Food Gurus: 20 People Who Have Changed the Way We Eat and Think about Food, Kindle edition now available

Posted by admin

I have always been slow-paced. I do suffer with depression and ADD. No matter how much coffee I consume or how fast I pace myself I tend to be moderately-slow. Only at rare times will I go super fast—but it’s to the point that I’m about to lose my sanity. I get stressed out easily in a fast-pace mode. The problem is that the field that I’m interested—culinary arts-restaurant is fast-paced. I am soon beginning a new job–dishwasher. The manager wants me to start as a dishwasher to see how fast I can work in that position and if I’m good…then he’ll consider me as a prep cook (something I wanna do). Will I ever reach that fast-level pace or not? Any job I’ve worked at…I always had a struggle with my pace. Another thing is that whenever people interview me they tend to think I’m super cool and fun…and I do have and carry that persona but it comes and goes as my moods change. I pretty much grew up unsocialized and closed-in…I struggle with being open and fun and being myself. Like, people want to be around me and all, but I really feel I got nothing to offer them and they’re just falsely hoping for something that isn’t there. I’m pretty boring (intellectual though), ignorant of alot of topics and bad listener. I have people at work who think I’m super cool and want to hear every word I got to say…but I hardly ever open up or say much lol. I guess the mysterious/quiet part of me keeps them interested lol. I don’t open up much with anyone only my family…everyone else knows nothing about my interests, life, past or hobbies. I don’t share much with people and I keep conversations on the surface.

Thu, 27 Dec 2012 16:54:24 GMT
more info…

Food Gurus: 20 People Who Have Changed the Way
We Eat and Think about Food, Kindle edition now available

In his new book, Food Gurus: 20 People Who Have Changed The Way We Eat and Think About Food, restaurateur and food author Stephen Vines satisfies your craving for food history. He profiles 20 of the most notable movers and shakers of the culinary industry and their signature recipes, career advice, and business strategies.

(PRWeb December 22, 2012)

Read the full story at

more info…

@altonbrown just made your chicken wings… you are a culinary maestro!
@altonbrown just made your chicken wings… you are a culinary maestro! (Ben Klanecky)
Sun, 30 Dec 2012 01:58:51 +0000
more info…

Comparative study on the hepatoprotection to heavy metals of Zingiber officinale.

Pharmacognosy Res. 2012 Oct; 4(4): 208-13
Nwokocha CR, Owu DU, Nwokocha MI, Ufearo CS, Iwuala MO

Zingiber officinale (Zingiberaceae) is a herb used for culinary and therapeutic purposes due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant potentials.We examined its protective ability against mercury (Hg), lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd) accumulation in the liver. MATERIALS #ENTITYSTARTX00026;Ground Zingiber officinale (7%, w/w of feed) was administered to rats either at the same time with the exposure ofheavy metals (group 2), a week after exposure to heavy metals (group 3) or given a week before heavy metal exposure (group 4) for six weeks. Animals were exposed to either of Hg (10 ppm), Cd (200 ppm) and Pb (100 ppm) in drinking water. The heavy metal accumulations in the liver were determined using AAS.Weight losses induced by these metals were not reversed by Zingiber officinale administration. There was a significant (P

more info…

Share and Enjoy: These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages.
  • Digg
  • Bumpzee
  • Facebook
  • Furl
  • Mixx
  • NewsVine
  • Reddit
  • StumbleUpon
  • YahooMyWeb
  • Google

  • 20 culinary trends to watch for | Max Burn
  • Sutter Home Family Vineyards Invites Casual Cooks to Submit Burger Recipes to the 2013 Sutter Home Build a Better BurgerĀ® Recipe Contest
  • Popular South Beach Food Festival Prepares for 12th Edition
  • The James Beard House Experience
  • Gladys still sound good! And she’s beautiful!
  • Cut the Fat: a Taste Test of Culinary Arts Education
  • Resolved Question: So I got put in Culinary class this year…?
  • Comments are closed.