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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Beer Olympic! Gold medalists as an accompaniment for beer!

Electrifying Beer, Must have item of watching the olympic games.
Gold medalists as an accompaniment for beer come here as various as participating nation of olympic.

Budweiser & Chips
It is lager made by distinctive way called ‘Beechwood Aging’. It flavoured fresh and dry matches well with greasy foods.

Tsingtao & Greasy foods
It is producted as clean mineral water added rice. It have distinctive aroma like a jasmine.
It matches well with greasy chinese foods

Asahi & Tacoyaki
It bring out a fresh and astringent because it remove almost sugar content.
It matches well with various foods in Japanese bar.

Corona & Nacho
It is pilsener that can feel soft made by a fermented agave. It matches well with plain foods like a chicken fillets and nacho.

Guinness & Spicy seafoods
It is stout made by baked barley. It has unique character that full body and mellow fragrance of baked barley. It matches well with spicy foods and fishy seafood.

Carlsberg & Korean style fried chicken
It is malt made by 100% barley. It is full body to don’t use other grains except barley and clear & cool. It matches well with chicken.


Paulaner & Fruits salad
It is organic wheat beers made by natural ripening. It has feature to fresh fruits aroma and abundance of suds. In addition it is low-calorie diet beer contained vitamin. It matches well with fresh fruits salad.

we recommend best restaurant having it on menu.
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Friday, July 27, 2012

Change your ordinary days by Sweet!

For your Sweet life!

Change your ordinary days by Sweet!

A drowsy evening, maybe do you have a break time with just coffee?
aren’t you boring that?
how about try new desert for your energetic rest day.

5 Delivery recommend dessert confidently good for snack in a drowsy evening.

Gobs of cool cream or custard oozing out of airy choux pastry shells lose out to molten chocolate fondue and souffles in the winter but hit the mark on a warm, sunny day.

In Britain, they are generally called profiteroles, in America cream puffs there are referred to as choux cream.

Dusted with powdered sugar, drizzled with chocolate syrup or presented nude, they emerge bite-sized or fist-sized, depending on the whim of their creator.

For now, Are you ready for change your life?
Then try it now! at here (Beard Papa’s)

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Curry, Golden ’Healthy Orchestra’ engendered by spices

Golden ’Healthy Orchestra’ engendered by spices

Story of Curry

Curry vs Curry

Original Indian curry to eat with almost foods like a nan, rice, meat. You may understand easy, if you think that is tomato paste.
Japanese style curry to eat with bowl of rice served with toppings like a pork cutlet, deep fried prawn.

Reveal curry’s identity!

Most people misunderstand that Curry is indian dishes. It isn’t incorrect answer. but it is a similar logic that oriental is china. Actually dishes contained various spices is commonly called curry in india area. Even there aren’t word which is curry in india. It is careful concern by restaurant for foreigner to seeing the word in restaurant

Why do most people misunderstand that curry is indian dishes. It is received opinion to originate from that english called dishes contained various spices of indian area curry.

There are some view why english called that curry. one of some view is that south indian called dishes or sauce “Kary”
The panacea of india.

It helps to prevent aging and dementia!
It is rich a curcumin excellent for anticancer!
It is a queen of natural antioxidant

we recommend best restaurant having it on menu.

Indian style (Salam Bombay)
Japanese style (Donburiya, Ebi-ten)

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Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Be the Reds!

With the emergence of colored foods, tomatoes have become one of the most popularized foods. As a proverb from Europe says, “The redder the tomatoes, the paler the doctor’s face,” tomatoes are a healthy food.

So 5delivery ferret out secret of Tomato for your health and light summer!

The reason that you should eat Tomato

1. Best for diet! It is 16kcal for 100mg.

2. Best for metabolism! Rich vitamin, mineral and fibers help to that.

3. Best for relieve swelling! Rich potassium help to excrete. It is effective means to relieve swelling.

4. Best for anti-aging! lycopene the red pigment in tomato suppress the propagation of cancer cells and be excellent anti-aging

Top secret of tomato!!

Eating cooked tomato better than uncooked!!

It increase 2~3 times absorb lycopene and other nutrition, when you eat cooked tomato!

5 Delivery knows solution that You can benefit easy from Tomato.

First! Make a choice your liking on this menu!


Monday, July 23, 2012

Buck up with Bubble tea!

Finally there's a drink that's fun to eat! Move over trendy coffee drinks and make way for the new drink craze that is going on right now, especially in communities with large Asian populations.

We can delivery just one bubble tea with ours utmost sincerity!

Top secret of Bubble tea!

Bubble Tea is the catch-all name for endless unusual names of this drink such as: tapioca pearl drink, tapioca ball drink, pearl shake, pearl tea, black pearl tea, big pearl, boba tea, boba ice tea, boba nai cha, milk tea, bubble drink, zhen zhu nai cha, momi, momi milk tea, QQ, BBT, PT, and possibly many other names.

This drink is far from the plain-looking tea that you are generally familiar with and it is hard to explain to the uninitiated. It is non-alcoholic and non-carbonated. The tea is sweet, though it has less sugar than a typical soft drink. There are a huge variety of flavors to try, depending on the tea house or stand you visit. The drink is usually a mix of tea, milk, sugar, and giant black tapioca balls. The "bubble" refers to the foam created by shaking the freshly brewed tea with ice (the drink must always be shaken and not stirred).

For the first-timers, ordering a Bubble Tea can be an event. The tea is likely to be in pastel colors of pink, green or yellow. The unique ingredient of Bubble Tea is the tapioca pearls. About the size of pearls or small marbles, they have a consistency like gummy candy (soft and chewy). Being heavier than the drink they tend to always stay near the bottom of the glass. These drinks are usually served in large see-through plastic containers with an extra-wide straw to sip these jumbo pearls. Just sucking on the translucent straw creates a show, with pearls floating up in succession. Children like to blow the balls out from the straw to shoot at targets or at each other.

Some people find the tapioca balls bizarre and repelling. If you try it and like it - you'll crave the drink and never look at coffee the same way again!

The Bubble Tea craze has been huge in Taiwan, and other parts of Southeast Asia for the last 15 years. In fact, Bubble Tea has taken Taiwan by storm over the past decade. The drink originally started as a childhood treat in Taiwan in the late 1980's at small tea stands in front of the schoolhouses. Teenagers and elementary school children looked forward to their after school tea. Tapioca pearls are made mostly from tapioca starch. Tapioca starch is starch made from tapioca or bitter-cassava plant, sometimes called manioca or yuca in some parts of the world. The bitter-cassava plant is native to South America and was introduced into Asia sometime during the 19th century. Someone came up with the idea of adding tapioca pearls as a bit of novelty, and the idea spread. This created a new fad of adding tapioca pearls into the children's favorite tea drinks.

Bubble tea can be made at home, but preparing tapioca pearls can be quite labor intensive as the tapioca pearls must be consumed immediately to maintain freshness and not lose their soft gummy texture. It's easier to skip making it yourself and head down to the various Bubble Tea shops which have sprung up.

We can delivery just one bubble tea with ours utmost sincerity!

We recommend best restaurant having it on menu.

try it now! at here http://www.5delivery.com/

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Recipes You Can Make When You're Sick

We seriously hope nobody is suffering through a fluke illness this long weekend. Whenever illness strikes, though, we can recommend these recipes that are light on ingredients and Sudafed-coated thought, and have a few home-remedy healing powers, too.

Serious Eats writer Tressa Eaton, suffering from an unseasonal fever, poured her waning energy into recipes that use (mostly) common cabinet ingredients, don't require sauteing or mincing or anything much, and provide a warming, healing feeling. Her coconut chicken soup, for example, has a few wholly good things in it:

Garlic and ginger both have nutritive properties of their own, and they are fragrant enough that even with a stuffy nose you'll be able to taste them. I love adding coconut milk to hot soups. Its richness ups the comfort factor and there are many new studies showing that this traditional ingredient is anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-microbial.
Eaton also provides some seriously easy peas and a super-thick smoothie that sounds like a pretty decent throat coater. For a full afternoon of cold or flu killing, try Kelly Abbott's "Grandma's Penicillin" chicken soup.

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Friday, July 20, 2012

5Delivery: Naengmyeon (hangul: 냉면, naeng-myeon, naengmyun, naeng-myun, meaning "cold noodles")

Naengmyeon (hangul: 냉면, naeng-myeon, naengmyun, naeng-myun, meaning "cold noodles") is a Korean dish of long and thin hand-made noodles made from the flour and starch of various ingredients: buckwheat (메밀), potatoes, sweet potatoes, 칡냉면, naengmyun made with the starch from arrowroot (darker color and chewier than buckwheat noodles), and kudzu (칡). Varieties with ingredients such as seaweed and green tea are available. According to the 19th century documents of Dongguksesigi (동국세시기, 東國歲時記), it has been made since the Joseon Dynasty.

Originally a delicacy in northern Korea, especially the cities of Pyongyang and Hamhung in North Korea, naengmyeon became widely popular in Korea after the Korean War.

Naengmyeon is served in a large stainless bowl with a tangy iced broth, julienned cucumbers, slices of Korean pear, and either a boiled egg or slices of cold boiled beef or both. Spicy Mustard sauce (or Mustard oil) and vinegar are often added before consumption. The long noodles would be eaten without cutting, as they symbolized longevity of life and good health, but modernly, servers at restaurants usually ask if the noodles should be cut prior to eating and use food scissors to cut the noodles.