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Then I got me a piece of the goat's flesh and broiled it on the coals, but could eat very little.
We opted for individual puff pastry tarts spread with brie (or any soft cheese) mixed with chopped fresh basil, then topped with persimmons brushed with honey and then broiled until lightly browned and tender.
Washington, Aug 5 ( ANI ): A new study has revealed that eating baked or broiled fish weekly is good for the brain, as it boosts memory and cognition.
According to the report by Science Daily, eating baked or broiled fish once a week is good for the brain, regardless of the amount of omega-3 fatty acid it contains.
The risk of developing heart failure was lower for postmenopausal women who frequently ate baked or broiled fish, but higher for those who ate more fried fish.
Users simply type in the percent fat or lean of any one of five product types: raw ground beef, broiled patty, pan-broiled patty, pan-browned crumbles or baked loaf.
75), especially mesquite broiled and finished with garlic butter.
He had no qualms about participating in the Passover meal or eating broiled fish after the Resurrection.
The farm ministry will launch a credit facility in early March for the operators of broiled beef restaurants whose sales have taken a hammering from the outbreak of the mad cow disease in Japan, ministry officials said Tuesday.
To separate the yummers from the bummers, we tasted dozens (and dozens) of pieces of marinated broiled chicken breast.
Consumers report that they would like more broiled, baked or grilled seafood options, yet fried shrimp logged the biggest gain in orders last year, advancing 14%.
Scientists report that some seemingly healthful foods, such as broiled chicken and baked fish, expose the diner to high concentrations of compounds that may damage the cardiovascular system--for example, by binding to blood vessel walls and making them less elastic.