Loud and clear, the word on the street is Google+. The new social media platform has already signed up an estimated 20 million users, making it the fastest growing social network ever.
Although it’s just been a month since the launch, the opportunities presented by Google+ are exciting a lot of people. Will restaurants add Google+ to crowded social media plates? If you are wondering how you can get ahead of your competitors, you should look into some tips on how to prepare for this new social media network.
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Ever dreamed of cooking for a family that took you on vacation with them, say, to the Bahamas, for free? Ever wondered if there is a cooking job that doesn’t require you to work nights and weekends for the rest of your life?
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Earlier in his career, Christopher Wynne put his Russian expertise to work researching arms proliferation for the American government. Now he’s engaged in geopolitics of another sort: deploying American fast food for the emerging Russian middle class.
London has some of the best restaurants in the UK and their list of famous, top-Aussie eateries is just as impressive. So if you’re after Aussie ribs from Down Under or an Outback steak, look no further than here.
A total of 14 Taiwanese chefs were announced in Taipei Sunday as winners of a preliminary round in the 4th International Chinese Culinary Competition, ensuring them places in the September finals in New York, according to the event organizer.
Using freshly squeezed lime or lemon is a great way to season your food and heighten flavors, instead of using salt.
Ground-breaking chef Ferran Adria held El Bulli’s last supper this weekend, closing the doors of his three Michelin-starred Spanish restaurant for another reinvention, that of El Bulli itself.
Chef Matt G is the guy behind the Chef Blog Digest, he is a well seasoned all rounder when it comes to all things culinary as well is a mad keen blogger in all aspects of the term.