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MediterrAsian Fri, 15 Dec 2017 20:14:29 GMT  

Grilled halloumi and vegetable skewers
When we first started eating a diet of mainly Mediterranean and Asian foods (many years ago!) we regularly had to shop at specialty grocers to buy Mediterranean and Asian ingredients, from tahini to tofu, kalamata olives to oyster sauce, and miso to arborio rice. Not any more — thanks to the growing enthusiasm for ethnic […]

Grilled halloumi and vegetable skewers

When we first started eating a diet of mainly Mediterranean and Asian foods (many years ago!) we regularly had to shop at specialty grocers to buy Mediterranean and Asian ingredients, from tahini to tofu, kalamata olives to oyster sauce, and miso to arborio rice. Not any more — thanks to the growing enthusiasm for ethnic foods, most mainstream supermarkets now stock a wide variety of authentic international ingredients to cater to expanding tastes.

Supermarkets have also introduced more Mediterranean dairy foods onto their shelves, such as Greek yogurt and many different types of cheeses. These days, next to the cheddar, you can usually find a wide selection of cheeses from the Mediterranean region including Parmesan, ricotta, mozzarella, feta and halloumi.

Originating from Cyprus, halloumi cheese has the amazing ability to not melt over high heat. Instead it browns on the outside and softens delightfully on the inside without turning into a hot gooey mess.

These grilled skewers are one of the tastiest ways we know to enjoy halloumi. The fresh lemon and mint marinade adds a herby-citrus tang that balances the saltiness of the cheese. And the delicious golden brown exterior of the grilled halloumi lends itself perfectly to the sweet, caramelized flavor of the grilled vegetables. We often serve them alongside grilled fish or seafood together with some crusty bread and a simple side salad.

Here’s the recipe.

Chocolate miso cake
In the Mediterranean and throughout Asia, meals are traditionally finished off with fresh fruit. That’s not to say that sweet, rich desserts don’t exist in these regions. On the contrary, these cuisines offer a scrumptious array of desserts, cakes and pastries that would satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth. However, rather than making these a […]

Chocolate miso cake

In the Mediterranean and throughout Asia, meals are traditionally finished off with fresh fruit. That’s not to say that sweet, rich desserts don’t exist in these regions. On the contrary, these cuisines offer a scrumptious array of desserts, cakes and pastries that would satisfy anyone with a sweet tooth. However, rather than making these a regular part of their everyday meals, they’re regarded as occasional treats and reserved for special occasions and feasts. It’s a healthy food culture that our Western-style diets would do well to embrace.

This chocolate cake is an indulgent treat, but it also contains a number of healthy Asian and Mediterranean foods that you wouldn’t normally think of as cake ingredients.

Probably the most unlikely candidate is miso, fermented bean paste, a staple in Japanese cuisine that’s used in savory dishes like soups, braises and marinades. But miso in desserts? Don’t knock it until you’ve tried it! Sweet dishes are often balanced by a touch of salt, and miso adds a unique depth of flavor and subtle saltiness to this recipe.

Cake ingredients

This chocolate cake also has an amazingly soft, moist crumb thanks to the addition of two traditional Mediterranean ingredients, Greek yogurt and olive oil. It’s lovely with a dusting of confectioners’ (icing) sugar on top and a dollop of lightly-sweetened yogurt or crème fraîche on the side. Or for something a bit more decadent, we sometimes lightly ice the cake with nutella. The hazelnut flavor has a natural affinity with the slightly nutty flavor of miso.

This cake keeps well in an airtight container for a few days, and can be wrapped in plastic wrap and frozen for a few months, so you can enjoy a small piece occasionally as a treat rather than eating the whole cake in one sitting.

Here’s the recipe.


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HTC One Review: Top Of The Premium Pops?
UPDATE: After spending an extensive amount of time with the HTC One we have added our thoughts regarding the handset’s battery life. Click here to find out what we reckon. The HTC One is the latest Android handset from the Taiwanese manufacturer and is aimed firmly at the flagship end of the market, featuring a … Continue reading HTC One Review: Top Of The Premium Pops?

UPDATE: After spending an extensive amount of time with the HTC One we have added our thoughts regarding the handset’s battery life. Click here to find out what we reckon.

The HTC One is the latest Android handset from the Taiwanese manufacturer and is aimed firmly at the flagship end of the market, featuring a stunning design, 1080p Full HD display and innovative UltraPixel camera.

Although HTC has always made great looking Android handsets with decent specs, the manufacturer has never really hit pay dirt in terms of sales. Even last year’s beautiful HTC One X never really got the public acclaim it deserved. Could the HTC One be the handset to remedy this lack of recognition and give the company a real contender in the high-end stakes? Read on to find out…

Key Features

  • 4.7-inch 1080p Full HD display
  • UltraPixel Camera with HTC Zoe functionality
  • Android Jelly Bean OS with HTC BlinkFeed
  • Metal unibody construction
  • HTC BoomSound stereo speakers and amplifier
  • 1.7GHz quad-core processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 32GB and 64GB variants available

Design & Hardware

Straight from the off, the HTC One leaves no doubt that this is a handset that means business. An all-metal and glass construction complete with polished chrome edges result in a look and feel that is 100% premium. The device is also full of lovely little touches such as the precision machine-drilled speaker holes which really add to the flagship feel. There is the distinct air of Apple’s finest when viewed front on but the HTC One is arguably even better looking, particularly in the silver colourway.

The stylish luxury continues when picking up the device, with the curved rear and tapered sides resulting in a ultra-comfortable feel. It’s not particularly light or slim, being thicker and heavier than the Samsung Galaxy S III, but this bulk comes across as reassuring rather than cumbersome.

Dominating proceedings on the front of the handset is a 4.7-inch display and it’s only right that the screen takes centre stage because it’s quite frankly a bit of stunner. Operating at full 1080p HD, the display is every bit as good as the specs suggest, with a level of vibrancy and clarity that has never been seen before on a HTC handset. Motorola Moto G Complete

Although it’s not huge, the screen is of a high enough quality to be a real joy to use – even watching a full movie on it isn’t going to give you a headache. In fact, the Sony Xperia Z aside, the HTC One’s sizzling screen is the best display currently available on an Android smartphone. Best Cell Phone Plans for Seniors

The story is the same when checking out still images and the outstanding sharpness really comes to the fore with high resolution images. Even browsing menus is a pleasure, with icons virtually jumping out of the display. If you were being very fussy you could argue that that the display is bit heavy on contrast (resulting in occasionally unrealistic color reproduction), but that would just be nit picking. Motorola Moto X complete

The rest of the hardware spec on the HTC One is just as impressive as the display. At the beating heart of the device is a 1.7GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor which is helped along by 2GB of RAM. These make navigating around the HTC One completely lag-free, whether undertaking serious multitasking or getting involved in processor-intensive gaming. Best Cell Phone Companies

Storage is covered to thanks to internal space options of both 32GB and 64GB. Annoyingly though, there is no expandable microSD card storage, so if you fill the onboard space up, it’s only cloud storage from there on in. That said, the preinstalled Dropbox app is pretty well-integrated into the device, making uploading and sharing pretty much seamless.

In terms of battery life the device offers decent enough performance without being anything to write home about, with a full days use possible between charges when the handset is used moderately. In fairness, getting a full day out of one lot of juice when the phone has such an impressive screen and the constantly updating BlinkFeed is pretty good really. Sony Xperia Z1 Compact Complete

Software & Multimedia

HTC has plumped for Google’s Android Jelly Bean as the operating system of choice on the HTC One, but the manufacturer has taken the radical step of introducing a totally new style of user interface.

Known as HTC BlinkFeed, the innovative bit of functionality brings together live news, social network updates and even image galleries, into one unified space. The interface itself is similar in design to something like Flipboard, with a heavy emphasis on images, and is fully customisable offering feeds from a number of news outlets and social networks including Twitter and Facebook. Family Mobile Plan

To be fair, BlinkFeed might not be everyone’s cup of tea. It really is unlike anything seen within an Android device and does take a bit of getting used to. Thankfully, the traditional Android homescreen is available via a simple swipe to the left from the BlinkFeed screen. It is even possible to revert to using the usual Android/HTC Sense interface as your homescreen within the settings.

As is par for the course on all Android smartphones, all of the Google bits and bobs we have come to know and love are firmly in place on the HTC One. This means seamless integration with Google +, Gmail, Google Now and the beautiful Chrome web browser. It is also quite refreshing to see that HTC has not preloaded the handset with tons of useless bloatware, preferring instead to provide useful stuff like Car Mode and Dropbox.

HTC smartphones have always been equipped with pretty decent cameras, but the HTC One really takes things a step further with its brilliant snapper. The company has bravely moved away from the idea of megapixels, instead introducing its own UltraPixel technology. Without getting a too techy and yawnsome, this basically means that the sensor lets in more light and pixels are larger, which results in a higher quality image.

Whatever the geekery behind it, the UltraPixel camera is a total revelation. It manages to capture images with a level of sharpness and saturation that is pretty much unparalleled in the smartphone world. Without a doubt, this really is at the front of the smartphone pack for camera technology.

But it doesn’t end there with the HTC One’s camera capabilities. The strangely named HTC Zoe is an utterly bonkers yet amazing camera mode that grabs a 3-second burst of HD video and 20 photos every time your press the shutter button. These visual snippets, which HTC like to call ‘Zoes’, can then be edited to within an inch of their lives with the ability to do things that would previously be the preserve of expensive programs like Photoshop.

With just a few taps of the screen it is possible to stitch a sequence of images together, add lighting to an image or even enhance the skin and eyes of any faces in the image. While this may all sound outlandish, in practice it works like a dream and is so simple to use that even total novices will be able to grasp it quickly.

One of the most impressive features of HTC Zoe is the ability to erase elements from an image. For example, if you are trying to snap a lovely landscape image of somewhere picturesque and someone wanders across the scene, just a single tap will get rid of them from your snap. It really is that easy and really does that work that well.

Of course, you might want to keep your Zoe animated (no sniggering). This is entirely possible, giving you a little living photograph for you to keep in your gallery or even share via the HTC Zoe Share service.

If traditional video recording is more your bag, then the HTC One has this covered too with 1080p HD capture possible. Dual-capture is built right in so you can grab still images while recording and also included is a rather cool slow motion mode. To be totally honest, the video quality when shooting slo-mo is quite drastically reduced, but this doesn’t stop it being a fun little bit of functionality to mess around with.

As is now the norm with HTC smartphones, the HTC One comes complete with Beats Audio integration and as such, all audio output is optimised and EQ’ed up to the nines. Also included is a new technology dubbed ‘HTC BoomSound’ which essentially consists a pair of stereo speakers on the front of the handset for an improved audio experience. Unfortunately, the output, while certainly being loud, is somewhat tinny with very little bass response to speak of. Still, it is a big improvement on the usual tiny onboard speakers that most handsets have.

Performance & Verdict

The Android handset market place is a busy one at the moment, so the question to be asked is can the HTC One really force its way to the front of the crowd? Well, thanks to its exceptional build quality, gorgeous display and mind blowingly good camera, this is a device that has risen immediately to the very top of the class. BlinkFeed might be a bit of an acquired taste and ‘BoomSound’ is not as impressive as it appears on paper, but even these cannot stop the device being absolutely top notch.

Although the competition is getting ever hotter in the flagship Android arena, there can be little doubt that, in the HTC One, the Taiwanese company has created a device that is one of the best Android smartphones currently available.


Motorola Moto G Complete Guide
Got a Motorola Moto G but not sure how to do something on it? Not to worry as we’ve come up with a comprehensive guide for all the things your handset is capable of doing. Navigate using the links below or download the full guide by clicking on the PDF logo. If you can’t find … Continue reading Motorola Moto G Complete Guide

Got a Motorola Moto G but not sure how to do something on it? Not to worry as we’ve come up with a comprehensive guide for all the things your handset is capable of doing.

Navigate using the links below or download the full guide by clicking on the PDF logo. If you can’t find what you’re looking for just leave a question in the comments and we’ll try our best to get you an answer.

Getting Started

What’s in the box?

In the Motorola Moto G box you will find:

  • Motorola Moto G handset.
  • Safety Guide.
  • USB lead.
  • Get Started Guide.
  • Back Cover Removal Guide.

How to insert your microSIM

Click here to read our feature on how to insert your microSIM card.

How to charge your phone

To get your Motorola Moto G set up and fully charged:

  • Unravel USB cable.
  • Take large end of the USB cable and insert into USB plug adapter (not included).
  • Take small end of the USB cable and insert into charging port on the bottom of the device.
  • Insert plug connector and plug into wall.
  • Switch on.

Alternatively you can charge your device using your laptop. To do this:

  • Take large end of the USB cable and slot it into USB port on laptop.
  • Take small end and insert into charging port on the bottom of the device.

How to set up your phone

To set up your Motorola Moto G straight from the box:

  • Press the Power button to switch on the device.
  • Select your chosen Language and tap Start.
  • Select a Wi-Fi network by tapping the network name or tap Skip to skip this section.
  • If you wish to continue without an internet connection tap Skip Anyway, otherwise tap Don’t Skip.
  • If you accept the Motorola Data Privacy Settings tap Accept And Continue.
  • If you have a Google Account tap Yes and fill in the relevant details, otherwise tap No.
  • If you do not have a Google Account and wish to set one up tap Get An Account, otherwise tap Not Now.

· If you would like to move data over from your old handset to your Moto G using Migrate, tap Start Migrate, otherwise tap Maybe Later.

Software

What’s the latest software available for my phone?

The Motorola Moto G runs Android KitKat version 4.4.2.

How to update your phone’s software

  • Ensure that the device is connected to a Wi-Fi network.
  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap About Phone.
  • Tap System Updates.
  • If an update is available, read the terms and conditions and tick the box to accept if you agree.
  • Tap Confirm and the device will automatically update your software.

How to perform a factory reset

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap Backup And Reset.
  • Tap Factory Data Reset.
  • Tap Reset Phone.
  • Tap Erase Everything.

Where can I get more help?

If you have any more questions about your phone’s software, head over to the Phones 4u forum and get in touch with the team, who will be more than happy to help you out.

Accounts, Messaging and Applications

How to set up a Google account
Click here to read our guide on how to set up a Google account on your phone.

How to set up social network feeds
Click here to read our guide on how to set up a social network feed on your phone.

Does my phone have an app store?

Yes, the Motorola Moto G is serviced by the Google Play Store. Click here to find out more about smartphone app stores.

How to download an app

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Play Store icon.
  • Search for a specific app by tapping the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Tap on the app you want to install.
  • Tap Install.
  • Confirm by tapping Accept .

How to delete an app

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Settings icon.
  • Tap Apps.
  • Select the app you wish to uninstall.
  • Tap uninstall.
  • Tap OK to confirm.

Connectivity and Internet

How to set up Wi-Fi

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Settings icon.
  • Move the Wi-Fi slider to the on position.
  • Tap Wi-Fi.
  • Select the network you wish to connect to.
  • Enter any required passwords and tap OK.

How to set up a Wi-Fi Hotspot

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Settings icon.
  • Tap More.
  • Tap Tethering And Mobile Hotspot.
  • Tick the box next to Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot turn on.
  • Tap Set Up Wi-Fi Hotspot.
  • Change your device name, security settings and password if you so wish.
  • Tap Save to return to previous menu.

Camera and Multimedia

How to take a picture or video on your phone

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Camera icon on the Home menu at the bottom of the screen.
  • Compose your shot.
  • Tap the screen to capture your image or tap the film camera icon to capture video.

Motorola Moto X complete guide
Got a brand new Motorola Moto X but not sure how to do something on it? Fear not as we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to get your started. Scroll through or navigate using the links below, and if you’ve got a query and we havne’t covered it, let us know. Leave us a comment … Continue reading Motorola Moto X complete guide

Got a brand new Motorola Moto X but not sure how to do something on it? Fear not as we’ve put together a comprehensive guide to get your started.

Scroll through or navigate using the links below, and if you’ve got a query and we havne’t covered it, let us know. Leave us a comment at the bottom of the post and we’ll get back to you.

  • Getting Started
  • Software
  • Accounts, Messaging and Applications
  • Connectivity and Internet
  • Camera and Multimedia

Getting Started

What’s in the box?

In the Motorola Moto X box you will find:

  • Motorola Moto X handset.
  • Safety Guide.
  • USB lead.
  • Get Started Guide.
  • SIM pin

How to insert your microSIM

Click here to read our feature on how to insert your microSIM card.

How to charge your phone

To get your Motorola Moto X set up and fully charged:

  • Unravel USB cable.
  • Take large end of the USB cable and insert into USB plug adapter (not included).
  • Take small end of the USB cable and insert into charging port on the bottom of the device.
  • Insert plug connector and plug into wall.
  • Switch on.

Alternatively you can charge your device using your laptop. To do this:

  • Take large end of the USB cable and slot it into USB port on laptop.
  • Take small end and insert into charging port on the bottom of the device.

How to set up your phone

To set up your Motorola Moto X straight from the box:

  • Press the Power button to switch on the device.
  • Select your chosen Language and tap Start.
  • Select a Wi-Fi network by tapping the network name or tap Skip to skip this section.
  • If you wish to continue without an internet connection tap Skip Anyway, otherwise tap Don’t Skip.
  • If you accept the Motorola Data Privacy Settings tap Accept And Continue.
  • If you have a Google Account tap Yes and fill in the relevant details, otherwise tap No.
  • If you do not have a Google Account and wish to set one up tap Get An Account, otherwise tap Not Now.

· If you would like to move data over from your old handset to your Moto X using Migrate, tap Start Migrate, otherwise tap Maybe Later.

Software

What’s the latest software available for my phone?

The Motorola Moto X runs Android KitKat version 4.4.2.

How to update your phone’s software

  • Ensure that the device is connected to a Wi-Fi network.
  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap About Phone.
  • Tap System Updates.
  • If an update is available, read the terms and conditions and tick the box to accept if you agree.
  • Tap Confirm and the device will automatically update your software.

How to perform a factory reset

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap Backup And Reset.
  • Tap Factory Data Reset.
  • Tap Reset Phone.
  • Tap Erase Everything.

Where can I get more help?

If you have any more questions about your phone’s software, head over to the Phones 4u forum and get in touch with the team, who will be more than happy to help you out.

Accounts, Messaging and Applications

How to set up a Google account
Click here to read our guide on how to set up a Google account on your phone.

How to set up social network feeds
Click here to read our guide on how to set up a social network feed on your phone.

Does my phone have an app store?

Yes, the Motorola Moto X is serviced by the Google Play Store. Click here to find out more about smartphone app stores.

How to download an app

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Play Store icon.
  • Search for a specific app by tapping the magnifying glass icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Tap on the app you want to install.
  • Tap Install.
  • Confirm by tapping Accept .

How to delete an app

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Settings icon.
  • Tap Apps.
  • Select the app you wish to uninstall.
  • Tap uninstall.
  • Tap OK to confirm.

Connectivity and Internet

How to set up Wi-Fi

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Settings icon.
  • Move the Wi-Fi slider to the on position.
  • Tap Wi-Fi.
  • Select the network you wish to connect to.
  • Enter any required passwords and tap OK.

How to set up a Wi-Fi Hotspot

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Apps icon on the homescreen to go to the Apps menu.
  • Tap the Settings icon.
  • Tap More.
  • Tap Tethering And Mobile Hotspot.
  • Tick the box next to Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot turn on.
  • Tap Set Up Wi-Fi Hotspot.
  • Change your device name, security settings and password if you so wish.
  • Tap Save to return to previous menu.

Camera and Multimedia

How to take a picture or video on your phone

  • Press the power button and swipe the padlock symbol up the screen to unlock.
  • Tap the Camera icon on the Home menu at the bottom of the screen.
  • Compose your shot.
  • Tap the screen to capture your image or tap the film camera icon to capture video.
  • To stop recording, tap the Stop button.


About Low Fat Cooking Mon, 27 Mar 2017 10:25:05 GMT  

Pork Medallions with Blackberries
Pork Medallions with BlackberriesThe nice thing about pork tenderloin is that it's quick and easy to cook, even more so if you slice the tenderloin into medallions. About as lean as a skinless chicken breast, pork, while technically a red meat, makes a good alternative to chicken if you're looking to eat some lean protein. It has a rich flavor, so a smallish quantity can be very satisfying. These Pork Medallions with Blackberries make an elegant dish you can serve on a regular weeknight.

Pork with Blackberries Photo © Fiona Haynes, licnesed to About.com

Pork Medallions with Blackberries originally appeared on About.com Low Fat Cooking on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 12:36:59.

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Seeing Red
I love to eat fresh strawberries right out of the container, but I also enjoy a number of recipes that include these wonderful red berries. In some recipes, it's fine to use frozen strawberries, as they are frozen shortly after picking. If you can, though, enjoy fresh strawberries only when they're in season, when their flavor and texture are at their absolute best. So if you have a hankering for, say, a fresh strawberry sorbet or some delicious freezer jam, try some of these yummy low-fat strawberry recipes.

Balsamic Strawberries © Fiona Haynes, licensed to About.com

Seeing Red originally appeared on About.com Low Fat Cooking on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 00:34:10.

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The Best Berry Recipes
Nectarine and Berry Salad

I know I ought to delve into all the healthful reasons why we should be eating berries -- chiefly, how they contain disease-fighting antioxidants that can help reduce the risk of cancer and other diseases. And this is important stuff to know. But quite honestly, I love eating berries regardless of their healthful properties. Sweet, in-season berries are quite simply nature's candy. Enjoy them fresh and raw from the farmers market or incorporate them into all manner of recipes from fruit salads to muffins to frozen treats. Here are some of my favorite berry recipes, including the one for this gorgeous nectariine and berry fruit salad.

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