Saturday, May 16, 2009 ; Wall Calendar, Large Wall Calendar and Dry Erase Calendar

To set the daily schedule. we can not be separated from the calendar. calendar is now not only displays the numbers, but also a reminder to the agenda are we to do next few days, also as a room divider or sweetener. trends calendar now is wall calendar, in addition we can writing the daily schedule also background picture calendar can be change so not make you bored.

In retail and restaurant environments wall calendars are a great way to increase sales through educating your customers on news and happening. Wall Calendars can also help to organize your office, home, club or school with these fun, attractive large wall calendars, and with a variety of sizes and styles these wall calendars can be designed to meet your needs and match your decor.

To get anything done, you need structure. that means schedules, timetables, and accountability. without structure, you will become disoriented. With structure in you beautiful Wall calender, your schedule will become easy.

One example wall calendar you can find on the site wallcalendar. great selection of wall calendar that is unique and beautiful that match your needs.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Wasserstrom, Professional Cookware and Cooking Supplies

A chef with a very dependent equipment used. Professional cookware enables you to create a masterpiece with little effort. if your job in restaurant, no restaurant kitchen would be complete without commercial cooking supplies. Restaurant cooking supplies keep a busy kitchen operating smoothly.
In Wasserstrom you will find cooking equipment that you find, either for personal or for the restaurant. Wasserstrom offers more than 30,000 SKUs of brand name, quality restaurant supplies. Shopping at Wasserstrom was one of the best online shopping experiences for you. Their website is easy to use and fast, and they have a wonderful selection of cookware,rices are very fair for top quality merchandise and on time delivery.

Monday, April 27, 2009

Potrackixchange, Elegance and Class Pot Racks

See the kitchen clean and tidy kitchen is easier for a chef in cooking. one of the tools used for managing the kitchen equipment is like enclume pot racks

Enclume Pot rack should be comfortable, easy to reach location, and has a touch of style, elegance and class with the decor so that you can enhance your kitchen.

You can find of enclume potracks in site potrackixchange. The craftsmanship and design approach for which they are so well known is complemented by a complete range of finishes, materials, products, and designs. Try it and make you kitchen a real cook lives.

Saturday, December 27, 2008

ShopWiki, The Bigger Shopping Online

Online shopping has emerged into every corner of life, linking people to the culture of capitalism in frequent and daily ways. It lets us buy what we want, when we want at our convenience, and helps us to imagine ourselves buying, owning, and having positive outcomes by the goods available out there on the web. In ShopWiki we can finds everything products like Accessories, Arts & Crafts, Automotive,Babies & Toddlers,Books, Movies, Music, Clothing, Collectibles & Memorabilia, Computers & Software, Electronics, Food & Beverages, Health & Beauty, Home & Garden products, Jewelry & Watches, Office products, Pets, Sports & Recreation, Toys & Games, Weddings. Just search product what you need and you will found in here. With more 223,319,057 products from every store, this is the bigger online shop in internet. In Shopwiki you can sale you product and get right price and get immediately your consumer for your product. Shopwiki will be next generation "yellow page".

Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Dorayaki - Japan Recipe


1 cup adzuki beans
3/4 cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon salt


* 2 cups adzuki bean paste
* 1 cup flour
* 1/2 cup sugar
* 1 tablespoon honey
* 1/2 teaspoon baking powder
* 2 eggs
* 1/4-1/2 cup water


For the bean paste :

  1. Soak adzuki beans in water overnight.
  2. Heat adzuki beans in a pot with one cup of water. When they come to a boil, add two more cups of cold water. When they come to a boil again, drain the beans in a colander.
  3. Return the beans to the pot, add three cups of new water, and cook over high heat. When the beans begin to jump around after the water comes to a boil, turn the heat down to low and simmer until the beans are soft, about one hour. If necessary, add water so that the beans are always covered. Fastidiously skim off any foam that appears on the surface.
  4. When the beans are soft enough to break between your fingers, drain them in a colander.
  5. Return the beans to the pot again and mix in the sugar.
  6. Mash the beans continuously over medium heat until almost all the water has evaporated and a paste has formed, about 35 minutes.
  7. Add the salt and stir over medium heat for about 5 minutes more.
  8. Remove from heat and transfer the paste to a container so that it can cool.
  9. The paste may be kept in the refrigerator for three days and then frozen. (Makes 2 cups).

For the pancakes:

  • Whisk eggs with sugar and honey in a mixing bowl.
  • Add sifted flour and baking powder.
  • Slowly add water while whisking until smooth.
  • Drop small ladlesful on a lightly oiled fry pan or griddle to make pancakes that are about 3 inches in diameter. When bubbles start to appear, turn over the pancakes and cook briefly on the other side until golden.
  • Spread about two tablespoons of adzuki bean paste on one pancake, then cover it with another to make a sandwich.

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Oyako Donburi


2 chicken breasts cut into 0.5cm strips (marinade in 2 tbsp Kikoman Soysauce + !tbsp sugar)
3 green shallots diced (trim leaf sections and keep aside as garnish)
3 cloves garlic chopped
1 large brown onion sliced into thin rings
Chilly flakes (optional)
Sesame oil
Kikoman Soysauce
5eggs beaten lightly

Place 1/3 of all condiments into a small flatbased nonstick pan and saute in sesame oil till fragrant. Add 1 tsp of mirin, 2 tbsp soysauce and dashes of pepper. Stirfry till meat is cooked through. Add 1/3 of egg mixture and increase the flames on the stove for approximately 30 seconds. Do not stir condiments at this point. When the eggs are almost done and the bottom is cooked and brown, remove the egg+ chicken mixture from the pan with care. Lift from the bottom. You should get a nice circular shape. Spoon warm Japanese rice into bowls and sprinkle on a tiny bit of Japanese Furikake (available at asian stores). Don't forget to save the juices + sauce from the pan. Pour sauce into the rice mixture and top with egg+chicken. Sprinkle with chopped green shallots. Serve hot! Repeat the whole process again twice with the rest of the ingredients.

FRIED RICE - Japan Recipe

Ingredients and Directions

2 cup rice, cooked
3 each egg
1/4 cup onion, chopped
2 tablespoon green pepper, chopped
2 tablespoon peanut oil
3 oz mushroom, sliced
2 tablespoon soy sauce
1 cn water chestnut, sliced

Saute' onion and green pepper until onion is tender. Stir in rice, chestnuts, mushrooms and soy sauce. Cook over low heat for 8-10 minutes stirring frequently. Stir in beaten eggs, and cook 3 minutes longer stirring occasionally. Cooked cubed pork, beef or lamb can be added for varieties.