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Nagoya is famous for quite a few foods and Nagoya-style Fried Chicken Wings is one of them

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Sweet savoury sauce coated all over the deep-fried chicken wings is so tasty. The spiciness from the generous amount of pepper makes this dish so unique. Nagoya-style Fried Chicken Wings makes it into the top 3 of the Nagoya’s specialty gourmet food. In Japan, people call it ‘Nagoya no Tebasaki’ (名古屋の手羽先), meaning Nagoya’s (‘Nagoya no’, 名古屋の) chicken wings (‘tebasaki’, 手羽先). The name only indicates something to do with chicken wings, but people know what it looks like and how good it tastes. Origin of Nagoya-style Fried Chicken Wings Nagoya no Tebasaki was accidentally invented by a restaurant owner in Nagoya....

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Eating healthy during the holidays can be tough.

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Starting around Thanksgiving and lasting through January, you’re compassed by endless treats at parties, get-togethers, and grocery stores.  What’s more, your normal fitness routine—working out, preparing meals, getting plenty of sleep, and so forth—will likely be interrupted with travel, festivities, and other obligations.   Many fitness folk respond to this scenario by battening down the hatches and trying with all their might to resist the onslaught of indulgences, but this isn’t necessary. As we’ve covered in previous articles, you can maintain a fit, lean, healthy body while enjoying high-calorie meals and treats over the holidays if you use the right strategies....

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Eye of round, a simple boneless beef roast, is what’s called a “whole muscle” cut of beef

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It’s one of the best roasts sliced and served with gravy or for making Beef Wellington….and for leftovers, too. Whether you’re cooking eye of round with a slow cooker, InstaPot (Instant Pot), or your oven, this roast is fast, lean, and delicious. Beef Eye of Round Roast Recipe Please Note: We do use referral and affiliate links here for products and services that Chef Alli loves and recommends. Howdy! Chef Alli Here. Let’s Get You Cookin’….Shall We? 🙂 Eye of Round Roast. Yowza! I can honestly say that even though I’ve cooked SCADS of beef all my life, I have...

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11 things that helped me transition to a vegan diet

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— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Three major things contributed to my transition towards a vegan diet: My two cats who I would jump in front of a train for, a very sobering and graphic YouTube video by animal rights activist Gary Yourofsky, and a recent certificate I completed in plant-based nutrition from Cornell University that advocated for a whole food plant-based diet to promote heart health and reduce cancer risk. My reasons for making the switch are clearly a mix of both ethical and health reasons....

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Everybody loves a classic homemade chicken pot pie – it’s a given! Loaded Bubble-Up Chicken Pot Pie is made with a simple biscuit crust and is filled a creamy, hearty filling made with cream of chicken soup, shredded chicken, crispy bacon, and veggie

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s. It’s an easy and fast chicken casserole your family will love to dig in to. Such yummy comfort food. Loaded Bubble Up Chicken Pot Pie Recipe Howdy! Chef Alli Here. Let’s Get You Cookin’….Shall We? 🙂  Living here in the Heartland, it’s pretty common to enjoy a lot of meals that serve up Chicken Pot Pie. I love how versatile it is – you can make it in your favorite casserole dish, or like in this recipe, I’ve used a good old cast iron skillet for my vessel of choice. Love me some good cast iron cookin’! And, there...

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