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FDA Trans Fats Ban May Target Your Favorite Food

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

favorite food Find out whether the new rule will change the way you shop for groceries.

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What is your most and least favorite dish/food?

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

There are several foods I enjoy eating, but fried chicken beats them all, hands down. Though fried foods aren’t the most healthiest ones to eat, I must prepare fried chicken at least once a week, but I fry it in olive oil. My least Favorite Food is homemade biscuits, because they would irritate my throat. To me they were dry and hard. The rest of the family loved them, but not me.I never enjoyed eating these and hated when my mom cooked them for breakfast. After a while when she prepared homemade biscuits, she’d make can biscuits specifically for me. Otherwise, it was bowl of cold cereal.

My favorite food is sushi. I can't make it so I only can have it on occasions, but it's totally worth it.
My least favorite food is my mother's morrocan chicken. She puts wayyyy too many spices in…

GROCERY HAUL | Favorite Healthy Food

Friday, October 4th, 2013

favorite food Grocery Haul! Healthy Foods! … well mostly…mostly ; ) I have been wanting to film more food related videos & my new set up totally makes this possible – leave me your requests & thumbs up if you like the idea of healthy food demos/snack ideas etc : D

Hope You Enjoys this somewhat random video haha

xo’s Tati

PS What’s your current favorite “healthy junk food”

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UDI’s “Gluten Free” Pepperoni Pizza
Kettle “Organic” Potato Chips – Sea Salt (Favorite)
Mamma Chia – Kiwi Lime (My Favorite)
Almond Breeze Vanilla Almond Coconut
Mezzetta Habanero Hot Sauce
Amy’s “Gluten Free” Burrito
Suja Cold Pressed Juice – Glow (My Favorite)
UDI’s “Gluten Free” Snicker Doodle Cookies
Mamma Chia Squeeze – Green Magic & Strawberry Banana (Favorites)
Stevia in the Raw
MRM All Natural Egg White Protein – Chocolate


Tati / Glam Life Guru
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What is your favorite food at your favorite ballpark?

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

My favorite ball park is Safeco Field, since it’s the closest and only one I’ve been too.

Seattle is a big seafood city. It’s home to Ivars Seafood. The best thing is the Fish and Chips or the Clam Chowder in a bread bowl. Only complaint is if you want a Coke you’re going to have a bad time since Pepsi is a sponsor and it’s the only thing they sell in the Stadium.

What’s your Favorite Food item at your teams stadium?

Sheboygan Dog (San Francisco). Big sausage sandwich pulled high with grilled onions. My arteries are still hardening from my last visit.

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Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

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Jimmy Fallon’s Monologue: Obama’s Favorite Food, Hillary Clinton Children’s Books

Saturday, July 13th, 2013

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Jimmy Fallon’s Monologue: Obama’s Favorite Food, Hillary Clinton Children’s Books

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What country does your favourite food hail from?

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Turkey. The majority too.

Where does your favourite/majority of your favourite food come from?

British foods and recipes

February Favorites ft. LOTS OF FOOD!

Saturday, June 1st, 2013

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Food Fixes for Your Favorite Everyday Meals

Sunday, April 21st, 2013

favorite food Simple solutions for improving your favorite meals, from breakfast to dinner.

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Need to Easily Make Fast Chinese Food?

Saturday, April 20th, 2013

These days many of us are out of our home for over ten hours in a day, and there is little time to prepare a good and rather healthy meal.  I’m going to review some tips that will save you time in preparation your Chinese meals.  Here are some great quick ways to cook your Chinese food fast:

1. Use common ingredients as substitute for hard-to-find ingredients.  Some Asian foods may not be available in your local grocery store.  You may substitute other foods when cooking your meals.  If you need Asparagus in your dish, you can substitute broccoli, string beans, and other green vegetables.  Another example would be substitution for black mushrooms.  You can use fresh American mushrooms.

2. Buy food ingredients in larger quantity.  A) Buy a whole chicken.  Remove the bones or debone the chicken and use the bones for soup stock.  Use the chicken meat for your Chinese dishes to be stir fried with vegetables for your refrigerator.  B) Another technique is to buy a fresh fish like walleye or tilapia.  Remove the bones from the fish known as filleting the fish.  Save the bones for soup stock and use the fillet part of the fish for stir frying.  As you can see there are numerous ways, use food when buying in bulk.

3. Make several meals from bulk purchase.  For the chicken that is not used in your large quantity purchase, keep it in an aluminum foil, and place in the freezer for your next meal.  For a fast and easily thawing technique, place the aluminum foil with fish between two pieces of meat.

4. Use leftover food for your meals.  If you could a Chinese vegetable dish for the previous night, you can easily as some noodles or rice to make it meal one day or two later.  Or, you may a few pieces of steak with some spices to give your new meal a bit more flavor.  I would advise using food as meal if it’s been there for several weeks since you may get ill from eating it.

5. Make some quick bites if you’re really pressed for time.  Buy some frozen steam buns from the store.  It comes in a variety of flavors from red bean paste, black bean paste, and chicken or meat filling.  Steam a few extra buns for breakfast and leave a few cooked one in the refrigerator.  Microwave the steam buns for an afternoon or evening snack. 

6. Save energy and fuel by using your equipment efficiently.   When you’re steaming those buns, you can use the other layers of the steamer to steam other food items too.  Most good steamers have two or three levels to steam food.  Buy a three level steamer if plan buy one. You can steam a variety of food for your meals like meats, vegetables, and even cooked rice.

7. Prepare sauces in advance.  Put your favorite sauces together in a jar, and store them for later use.  We have a 12 oz. jar of black bean sauce, but put it away in the refrigerator to store away for up to 3 weeks.  When we need that right flavor in our meals, we take a few teaspoons and put in right into our wok.  We’re ready with our meals within minutes.

Tristan Lum