If you own an iPhone, Android, or any other smartphone, you know how popular food apps are. Now, AdAge takes a deeper look into food apps and how they affect consumer choices. The answer? They will make you eat healthier.In 2011, 17 million smartphone users looked up health-related content on their phones, up nearly 125 pecent from 2010, reports Kunar Patel of AdAge.
This box of chocolates will set you back $100,000, but it also comes with culinary excursions to New York City and San FranciscoShutterstockA private jet will meet you in New York City or San Francisco to start your 10-day Valentine& 39;s tour.IfOnly, a company that connects consumers with experiential gifts to benefit various charities, has come up with the most extravagant Valentine’s Day gift imaginable — a $100,000 box of chocolates.
Nesquick Cream: Hydrate the gelatin in 8 tablespoons of water. Mix the rest of the ingredients with the mixer on high speed until a thick cream results. (10 -20 min depends on the power of the mixer) The gelatin is liquefied in the microwave or in a bain-marie. Cool and add to the cream. The same goes for Straciatella cream.
Cocktails with less than 200 calories? We’re ready for swimsuit seasonWant to look good this bikini season? Put down the fruity, sugary cocktails and try a cocktail with less than 200 calories.You spent the last few months attending parties, soirées, and gatherings while eating, well, everything in sight.
Don't bake, it doesn't take long and Alex teaches you how to make it: oreo biscuit tart… perfect for tonight About 400 g of Oreo biscuits 150 g of melted butter 200 g of milk chocolate and cappuccino 100 g of dark chocolate, 85 percent cocoa 200 ml of sour cream Cooking 250 g of fresh forest Servings: 10 Preparation time: less than 30 minutes RECIPE PREPARATION Uncooked tart with biscuits, chocolate ganache and berries: Grind Oreo biscuits well in a blender with a mincer.
Fresh, in-season peaches make this simple dish really sing. If you want to cut back on sugar even further, you could easily omit brushing maple syrup onto the fruit, and it& 39;ll still taste quite good. This makes an lovely way to finish a summer meal, or turn these grilled peaches into a hearty breakfast by adding your favorite crunchy granola.