Over the past few years, gluten-free options have been trending in the food industry. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, which could cause health problems for some individuals. People who suffer from celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, or gluten intolerance must eliminate gluten from their diet. This article will discuss the rise of gluten-free options and how they could benefit your health.
So, you're thinking about opening a restaurant. With its growing demand in the United States, forecasts have shown an $898 billion sales record in the upcoming years. This figure presents an excellent opportunity for aspiring restaurateurs.
But before you get too far ahead of yourself, there are a few things you need to take care of first. One of which is finding the right vendors for your business. These people will provide you with the various necessities that are essential for making your food business thrive. Below are some of the most important vendors for a restaurant business.
It can be difficult to adjust your eating habits. Whether cake, cookies, or a drink with dinner, your guilty pleasures are too ingrained in your everyday life. This means that any attempt to shift your habits usually fails. But, while a wholesale change is difficult, you can make other adjustments, and one of the most effective, and even easy, is to eat more sustainably. How does one eat more sustainably, though?
Focus On a Plant-Based Diet
This might sound like a big step for beginners, but y7ou8 don’t need to throw all of your bacon and chicken thighs out in favor of eggplants and spinach. However, you can start to incorporate plant-based alternatives into your diet. Opting for a bean-based meal, rather than a ground meat one can offer the same texture, and with the right spices, you'd hardly recognize a difference. You can begin by doing one meal a week (let’s say Meat-Free Mondays), and then gradually adding more as you become more familiar and more ambitious with your creations.
For my birthday this year, despite my efforts to stay home and nurse a cold I picked up in India... The Hubs took me to my favourite hotel for Cocktails and Dinner.
Just a stones throw away, The Marbella Club hotel on the famous golden mile is really quite gorgeous and dripping in old school riviera glamour. An invitation too fabulous to miss so I threw on my louboutin's and headed out for the evening.
I have to share with you my favourite find in Ho ChI Minh City. Padma de Fleur was the most exquisite place ever, and I just had to share the pictures with you.
Located in the heart of old colonial French Saigon, Le Maison de RuNam D’Or is a lovely cafe over looking one of Saigon's main attractions, cathedral Notre Dame. If beautiful French colonial style architecture are your thing, you'll love this place.
One of the places we loved whilst visiting Ho Chi Minh City was The Park Hyatt, Saigon. It is such a beautiful setting for afternoon tea, with its shimmering chandeliers and beautiful floral arrangements. Id say it was a very simple and elegant affair, and I was so pleased that I could add this to my ever growing collection ofafternoon teas around the world.
If You're searching for the best places to eat in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam look no further, Iv done all the hard work for you!
After 15 years of frequenting my favourite city, Paris... I thought id share my best discoveries with you, and it might save me some time in the future as Paris is the place i'm most asked for recommendations. If you are looking for Fabulous places to surprise and delight you, read on!
What do you do when you stay at a super cute, and incredibly relaxing interior design oasis in the middle of august when it literally sweltering (Note to self, Marrakesh in August is not for the faint hearted)
You take it easy and take it all in, thats what.
When booking the trip, we knew it might be a little too hot for us so we made sure we booked somewhere we wouldn't tire of and that would keep us entertained on the too hot to go out afternoons (it was 43 degrees at some points)
I really couldn't imagine how anyone could get bored here. There are so many areas to explore, and when your done exploring you can sit back and enjoy.
The rooftop is the place to head to if you fancy being a little more social. It had changed vastly since the last time we were here (see the post here) which is once of the things I love about El Fenn, its always evolving.
And heres another thing I adore. The deserts.
They really are incredible! All of the food here is fantastic, but the deserts really are stand out. So much so, we found ourselves shamelessly heading to the roof in late afternoon for something sweet, indulgent and totally calorific!
This is my final post from our trip to Marrakech, one of my favourite places in the world to visit. So much so, we've just booked another trip...
A travel, beauty and lifestyle blog with the occasional afternoon tea by Angelina Belle
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