Italian Deli-Themed Party Food Ideas

Posted on: 29 March 2018

If you're hosting a party for a friend or loved one who loves Italian food, consider serving authentic Italian deli-style food at the event. Not only will it please the celebrant, guests of all ages will also appreciate the lunch or dinner offerings. You can make the food yourself, or save time by having your favorite local Italian deli or restaurant cater the event for you. You can work with them to design a menu filled with the guest of honor's favorite items.
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Dealing With Finicky Eaters? How To Get Your Kids To Try New Foods

Posted on: 9 December 2017

It's not always easy to get kids to try new foods. Unfortunately, if you don't get them to expand their palate, they could end up eating macaroni and cheese and hot dogs for a very long time. That's the last thing you want, especially if you want them to enjoy a wide variety of foods. Luckily, there are some things you can do to get them to venture out of their comfort zone, even at an early age.
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A Guide To Buying And Using Milkshake Machines

Posted on: 26 September 2017

When you own a restaurant, you'll be in a good position to bring in new customers by offering tasty treats. One of the best treats that you can offer your customers is a plethora of milkshakes. If you'd like to provide delicious milkshakes to your customers, you'll be able to do so by purchasing milkshake machines and keeping them in great condition. To make this happen, read on and learn all that you can about getting your hands on the milkshake machines that will serve you best:
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Think You Are Dining In An Authentic Italian Restaurant? The Food Always Tells The Truth

Posted on: 26 July 2017

Many restaurants claim to serve authentic Italian food. But many of the items that are served, or the way that they are prepared, are not authentic. Here are a few of the tell-tale signs that you are indeed eating authentic Italian food: The Caprese  Caprese is a classic Italian appetizer. It features fresh sliced tomatoes and chunks of mozzarella cheese and fresh basil leaves. However, many American Italian food restaurants place balsamic vinegar on top of their caprese.
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