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5 ways you can use Fruit Jams in Desserts

Pump up the jam! Instead of a handmade fruit preserve or syrup, each of these simple dessert ideas benefits from a jar of National Fruit Jams. These delights incorporate a variety of jams including apple, strawberry, mango, and more. You can't go wrong with these recipes for fruit-flavoured short bars, cakes, mousses, muffins, and more. Whether you start with a...

7 ways you can make your scrambled eggs better

We enjoy putting eggs through each meal of the day. You can't go wrong with a sunny side up with toast or over easy in a huge bowl of ramen. Eggs are a terrific way to start the day, and they have a lot of advantages: they're cheap, easy to prepare, cook quickly, and are a good source of protein....

8 must-have utensils for a home chef’s kitchen!

Few things are more essential than food in the kitchen. Utensils, however, are some of the very few that might just be as important as the food itself since they are crucial for cooking, eating, and preparing meals. Having the proper cooking equipment is critical to cooking excellence and minimizing frustration since this equipment allows for precise and fast-paced food...

3 am ideas for Midnight Cravings

Have you ever decided to go to bed early, thinking that today is the day I fix my sleep schedule but your tummy just wouldn’t have it? Even if you do manage to toss your phone aside and go on a social media hiatus, there are just days (or rather nights) when those midnight cravings just won't let you sleep....

The Many Uses of Turmeric

Turmeric, a member of the ginger plant family, has its origins in Southeast Asia and is grown commercially there, particularly in the Subcontinent. The benefits of the herb are limitless and it is arguably best known as the major spice in curry. Turmeric has a warm, bitter flavor and is commonly used to season or color curry powders, mustards, kinds...

5 Surprising Uses for Vinegar

Vinegar is as ancient as society: evidence of it has been discovered in Egyptian urns dating back to roughly 3000 B.C., while Babylonian texts documenting vinegar use stretch back even farther, to about 5000 B.C. Vinegar, sometimes known as the "poor man's wine" in earlier civilizations, was frequently carried by Roman soldiers, the Bible mentions troops offering the liquid to...

Ultimate food hacks to save time

Are you tired of ordering out day after day? Those long commutes and unbelievable city traffic leaving you incapable of cooking for yourself? Well, do we have some food hacks for you! We, at National Foods, know the comfort and relief that a simple homecooked meal can bring after a long tiring day and we are here to help you...

Biryani ki Kahaani – Origins of Biryani

“India Pakistan ki jang mei, jeet Biryani ki hui hai” (in the war between India and Pakistan, Biryani has emerged victorious). I can still hear my grandfather’s voice echo inside my ears as he filled my plate with the Delhi Wali Zafrani Biryani and told me about his experience with the indisputable king of rice. My grandfather migrated from Delhi...

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