If you're like most people, you often aren't prepared to dress up an ordinary meal on the spur of the moment -- but sometimes, things happen that require an impromptu celebration. For instance, perhaps your spouse comes home with excellent news about a coveted promotion and you've already prepared a normal dinner and wish you had a way to make it more festive. Adding candlelight, using the good china, and picking a bouquet of flowers from the garden to place on the table are all great ways to create a celebratory ambiance, but there are also certain ways you can make the meal itself more special.
Your local bakery has a plethora of delicious breads and pastries just begging to be devoured. If you are used to buying your traditional French breads or fat yeasty rolls but want to try something new, you can explore bread by checking out different cultures. Here are some breads you just have to try the next time you walk into the bakery.
You may not think of this culture when you think of bread and pastries, but Japanese-style breads are becoming more mainstream in common American cuisine.
The pain of gout has the potential to reduce your range of motion and prevent you from walking any distance. Many attacks are powerful enough to wake you out of a dead sleep. Although you can work with your doctor to mitigate the pain of acute attacks, preventing future problems is a little trickier. In addition to preventive medication, you will likely need to start an exercise program and eat a well-balanced diet.