8 Non-sushi Dishes to Try at a Sushi Train Restaurant
28 April 2015
Not everything on a sushi train is strictly sushi or a type of sushi dish. Visiting your local sushi train can be a great introduction to traditional Japanese cuisine and since sushi is defined as a rolls or small slices of slow cooked rice, seaweed (nori) seafood, egg and vegetables, people are often surprised to find there's a range of other traditional Japanese delights on offer. Here are eight other dishes that are likely to be up for grabs and worth trying when they next rotate past your table.
Finding A Perfect Restaurant For A Birthday Brunch
27 March 2015
Brunch is the perfect meal for a birthday celebration. It's a relatively low-key event that won't clash with too many other social commitments and can be styled to suit parties of any size and composition. Having your brunch in a restaurant frees you from the burden of getting up super early to start cooking for everyone and cleaning up afterwards, leaving your free to enjoy your birthday.
Here are some things to keep in mind when hunting down the perfect restaurant venue for your big birthday bash.
Top tips for the best barbecued chicken
17 March 2015
Roast chicken is one of the tastiest meals there is but unfortunately not everyone cooks the meal to its full potential. It also one of the most abused meals with the outcome of a dark coating and fatty skin. A barbecued chicken needs to be cooked to attain a moist texture with a pleasant, tender feel and a smoky skin. Not everyone is able to pull that off. But that can change if you get a little bit of information.
Embrace Reverse Osmosis Water Filter Systems For Cleaner Drinking Water At Home
3 March 2015
The purity of your drinking water should always be beyond reproach. Unfortunately, the water you get at home may contain numerous contaminants that can have varying effects on your health. This is especially vital if the water you are consuming at home is from a rainwater tank or well. Common contaminants in water include salts, metals, bacteria, chlorine, sand, mud, algae and even viruses. Remember that even treated water can accumulate harmful concentrates during storage or piping.