Now We’re Cooking With Gas - Gas Barbecue Grills

One of the most iconic images of Americana is a family out in their backyard, children playing, dog barking, Mom relaxing with a glass of lemonade, and of course Dad, standing next to a smoking grill. With an apron for his royal robes and spatula for a scepter, he is the king of this domain. No matter what, the steak, burger, chicken, pork, ribs, or hot dogs he is cooking will be the best ever. Read More 

What Are Your K-Cup Coffee & Drink Options?

If you love flavored coffee or if you like to try different brands and blends, then you'd probably love K-cups. K-cups make the perfect coffee every time since they are measured for a single cup and you can't make a mistake in brewing the coffee. This way of making coffee is perfect if you only drink a cup or two each day. It's also ideal if you like a different flavor with each cup since there is no coffee left over to waste. Read More 

4 Types Of Commercial Breakfast Equipment For Your Diner

If you are contemplating opening a diner, you'll want to be sure you choose the proper breakfast equipment. Most 24-hour diners will serve breakfast round the clock, so you are sure to make good use of the breakfast equipment you choose. Here are 4 types of commercial equipment for preparing diner breakfasts efficiently: 1. A Breakfast Countertop Griddle This commercial appliance is perfect for preparing hotcakes and sausage. Save space by choosing a countertop model for your diner. Read More 

Dining With Diabetes: Guilt-Free Mexican Food You Can Eat

Whether you've been a diabetic for years or you have recently been diagnosed with the disease, you may be restricted to a special diet that is low in sugar and carbohydrates. This does not necessarily mean you need to forgo all your favorite Mexican dishes. It's nice to know that dining out with diabetes does not have to be a major challenge. Overcome the obstacle by keeping these tips in mind next time you visit your favorite Mexican restaurant: Read More 

Low Stomach Acid: Signs Of And Treatments For This Common Ailment

If you've recently been diagnosed with Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease, GERD, or have been suffering with severe bloating, gas and acid reflux for years, you might think that too much stomach acid is the problem. You might be surprised to learn that the true culprit is actually a lack of adequate stomach acid. This disorder, which is known as hypochlorhydria, is a common problem that afflicts nearly 15 percent of America's population, according to Dr. Read More