Do you love cheese? If you love cheese, we share a perfect recipe that is so easy to make and so delicious. To prepare camembert bread you will need to cut off the top of the bread loaf, make a big hole to place camembert inside. Next, make incisions on bread and fill with the mixture of rosemary, garlic, and olive oil. Finally, bake it for 25 minutes. This is a perfect dish for your party and your friends will totally like it.
If you are too lazy to cook pasta in a pan, we have a perfect and easy recipe for you. You will love the recipe of pasta cooked in a mug. You will need a mug, a scoop of pasta in it. Add water and microwave for 2 minutes. Next, add some milk and any grated cheese you like and stir. Enjoy your perfect pasta!
One more quick recipe is a cheese sandwich that you can make using an iron. Sounds crazy? No, this cool recipe will change your life. Take a slice of bread, put cheddar of cheese and cover with another slide. Wrap in foil and place the iron on each side for 5 minutes. Ready!
Check out helpful ways to eat chips: keep your hands clean and east chips using chopsticks; you will find a tip how to eat every last bite without getting crumbs everywhere; you can cook a giant chip in the oven.
Moreover, you will find shocking facts why food in advertisement looks so wonderful. We share surprising methods that food photographers use to make photos look so delicious and attract a lot of customers. You will learn that cream is usually replaced with shaving cream as it doesn’t melt. When you buy French fries, they look so disappointing. Here is an easy trick to make a perfect photo – photographers use kitchen sponges and toothpicks. Watch our video to find more shocking facts!

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04:51 Secrets of food commercials
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14:11 Cool cheese recipes

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