Five Ways To Use Cheese Curds, That We Bet You Didn’t Know About!

Over the last decade the popularity of cheese curds has risen outside of North America. Delicious, fresh and squeaky curds have now become an essential part of restaurant menus.

Made from curdled milk, cheese curds have a rubbery texture with a mild and salty taste. The best thing about cheese curds is they actually have some nutritional benefits.  You can get lots of protein, vitamins and minerals from cheese curds.

You can eat them raw or use them as an ingredient in a dish. They are so versatile that you can pretty much have them for every meal of the … Read More

How to impress your guests during dinner

How to impress your guests during dinner

For smoother relationships, you can invite people over for dinner at your home. Socializing with others over a couple of foods and drinks is great, but you have to ensure your guests enjoy a positive experience. Here are ways you can impress your guests during dinner:

Ensure the atmosphere is calm and colorful

First, you have to start with cleaning your house. Dirt does not make anyone comfortable. Besides, it doesn’t speak well of you if your guests find it everywhere they step in dirty. Ensure your sitting room, hallways, and every other room your guests will use are … Read More

Junzi Kitchen Is The Chinese Fast-Casual Restaurant You Need To Try

Prior to this whole quarantine ordeal, you could normally catch me at a fast-casual restaurant a few times a week. From Panera Bread and Cosi to Dos Toros and Chipotle, I’m always in the mood for a quick and tasty meal that won’t break the bank. Living in NYC, that is usually hard to come find. However, I’ve never seen the fast-casual concept come to life for Chinese cuisine until I discovered Junzi Kitchen.

What Is Junzi Kitchen?

Junzi Kitchen, derived from what Chinese philosophy calls pursuit, is dedicated to creating the best authentic Chinese food using healthy and seasonal

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When it comes to numbers of fast-food chain restaurants, Minnesota ranks low



a group of people standing in front of a store: Minnesota’s oldest Dairy Queen dates to 1947 and stands at Lexington and Larpenteur in Roseville.


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Minnesota’s oldest Dairy Queen dates to 1947 and stands at Lexington and Larpenteur in Roseville.

Minnesotans have relatively low access to national fast food chains.

That’s one of several takeaways from a recent study conducted by NiceRx that uses Census Bureau data to break down the number of fast-food restaurants per capita, then ranks that information on a state-by-state basis.



a group of people standing in front of a store: Minnesota’s oldest Dairy Queen dates to 1947 and stands at Lexington and Larpenteur in Roseville.


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Minnesota’s oldest Dairy Queen dates to 1947 and stands at Lexington and Larpenteur in Roseville.

Minnesota’s place is near the bottom, at No. 42.

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