Grow Client Dedication Through The Art Of Giving Gifts

The fast evolving practice of giving corporate gifts is not as known to people as gifts given by individuals to friends and family. Corporate gifts are very distinct from individual gifts as they are a token of appreciation given to workers or customers.

How Corporate Gifts Can Still Be A Good Investment In A Down Economy

The success of any business enterprise is determined to a large extent by a strong relationship with its customers. Companies, which can impress, please and hold their customer base will always be able to survive the rough times. Corporate gifts never fail to achieve their task of keeping the customers happy and satisfied. These gifts, which may cost the company a nominal amount, will ensure that the clients remain satisfied, making it an excellent option even in times of recession.

Distance Learning Degrees - What Do Employers Think Of Them?

With the technological expansion of the Internet, distance learning degrees have become increasingly popular. With great support facilities and the convenience of online degree programs, parents and workers can still have a family and a job while receiving an education. Unfortunately, the Internet has also provided an avenue for individuals making money by selling bogus degrees over the Internet. In a 2003 report by USA Today, 400 diploma mills are already in operation, with the shameful industry already worth $500 million per year, and the numbers are still rising.

Unraveling the Power Of Hypnosis Training

Many reputed academies offer certified courses on hypnosis, particularly on its curative branch, hypnotherapy. The training modules are designed in order to make you fully skilled in the art of hypnotherapy, which can benefit you immensely in your life.
In hypnosis training, you are taught the skill of exploring an individual’s mind and finding the problems and their causes that might be taxing a patient. Improvement of the self as well as of people around you can be attained if you make use of the knowledge and expertise gained from such training.

Ital Stew (Vegetable Stew)

Add to: Recipe Box | | moani ala, 01/11/10Ital Stew (Vegetable Stew)

Black Bean & Tomato Quinoa

Add to: Recipe Box | | jiscilla, 01/11/10Black Bean & Tomato Quinoa

'Here Come the Herbivores'

This links to a  small collection of articles/ posts from different regions, reflecting a rise in awareness of/ participation in veg*n habits: http://www.ecovore.org/blog/?p=350.

Neighborhood socioeconomic status in relation to dietary intake and insulin resistance syndrome in female Japanese dietetic students - Corrected Proof

Abstract: Objective: An increasing number of studies in Western countries have shown that living in a socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhood is associated with unfavorable dietary intake patterns and health status. However, information on such neighborhood socioeconomic differences in diet and health among different cultural settings, including Japan, is limited.

Neighborhood socioeconomic status in relation to dietary intake and insulin resistance syndrome in female Japanese dietetic students

Abstract: Objective: An increasing number of studies in Western countries have shown that living in a socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhood is associated with unfavorable dietary intake patterns and health status. However, information on such neighborhood socioeconomic differences in diet and health among different cultural settings, including Japan, is limited.

What to do w/ 5 year old being away from home in an omni setting?

Our daughter just turned 5 and as I said in my first post here, she decided to go Vegan back in July of 09, we've been doing okay, I'm obviously not new to it. But here is my question (or few.) My Hubby is pure Omni. that will never change (sadly) and so are his parents, well they are the only people who watch our daughter, my family for various reason can't. The problem is they live 8 hours away, so when they watch her, they really watch her, right now she is at there house and will be until the 27th!

What you just can't cook

Aside from the obvious ingredients (milk, meat, egg...), are there certain types of recipes you've just never been able to manage? Why not? Do you plan to improve in those areas?

Onion soup gratinéed with cream-truffle mashed potatoes

Add to: Recipe Box | | TracyL, 01/10/10Onion soup gratinéed with cream-truffle mashed potatoes

Sonoma Chicken Breasts With Mustard Sauce

A simple and quick chicken saute--a restaurant quality chicken dinner ready on your table in just 30 minutes! The key to this recipe's success comes in flattening the chicken breasts to an even thickness before cooking them. They will cook evenly and stay perfectly moist throughout. Fabulous served with peas or asparagus spears, along with pan-fried or mashed potatoes. Recipe is a seriously adapted one, originally from Williams-Sonoma. -- posted by BecR

Peanut Butter Banana Muffins

These muffins will do a lot to assuage hunger pangs in the workplace because the main ingredients - high protein peanut butter and potassium-rich bananas - will provide an energy boost. Making your own healthy meals and snacks to take to work wil help balance your diet and your chequebook says Susan Mah, registered Dietician. -- posted by Chef mariajane

Classic Sangria

Here is a sparkling reipe for a classic sangria. Long enjoyed in Spain, sangria gained more far-reaching popularity when it was served at the Spanish Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair in Queens, New York. So Good!!!! -- posted by Chef mariajane

Spicy Shepherd's Pie

Add to: Recipe Box | | Foreign_Dream, 01/10/10Spicy Shepherd's Pie

Spicy Shepherd's Pie

Add to: Recipe Box | | Foreign_Dream, 01/10/10Spicy Shepherd's Pie

Homemade Egg Noodles

There is nothing better in soup than homemade noodles. I always make these for my Chicken Noodle Soup over Mashed Potatoes recipe. It's so easy anybody could do it! -- posted by Rollin in the Dough!

Re: New, but not

Re: Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Pasta Salad

This was pretty good, needed quiet a bit of salt for flavor though. Tasted the best cold after being in the fridge for a day- added fresh basil on top- a must!

Re: eating disorders

good luck with the support group, Amy! I hope it helps!

Re: Raw Chit-Chat!

awww storm thats so sad!!! i hope the crops fare well.  i wonder how much of this weather craziness is due to climate change at the hands of consumptive patterns and wasteful, irresponsible and unsustainable development?!oh i guess thats just the urban planning major in me kicking in...anywho, so i'm about to venture forth on a sauerkraut endeavor....i've got coconut kefir doing its thing in the cabinet, and i was thinking about fermenting chicha; but, eh, i dunna sounds a bit creepy to me..and too alcoholic.i think i'll stick to kombucha and kefir.

Chickpea and Roasted Red Pepper Stew

From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes. Serve over polenta. -- posted by dicentra

Thai Spiced Chicken and Carrot Stew

From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes -- posted by dicentra

Chicken Stew With White Wine

From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes -- posted by dicentra

Sweet Potato Chicken Stew

From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes -- posted by dicentra

Pork Potato and Cabbage Stew

From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes -- posted by dicentra

Chickpea and Pasta Soup

From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes -- posted by dicentra

Green Vegetable Soup

From 1001 Best Slow Cooker Recipes -- posted by dicentra

New, but not

Hello, everyone! I'm sort of new. New to you all fine people, but you're not exactly new to me. I've been visiting VegWeb for the past (almost) two years now. Which is about how long I've been vegan. My two year anniversary is actually in February.Anyway, my name is Lisa Marie. I'm 29 years old and recently moved to Illinois (from New Jersey) with my wonderful husband and our four year old son. I was just in the kitchen baking some BBQ tofu and figured I'd finally join. So here I am.

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