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  • Smoked Seafood: A Delicious Meal  By : Shannon Linnen
    One of the best courses to serve during summer is smoked seafood. For a light yet delicious meal, consider an appetizer of smoked oysters to start. These tasty treats can be bought in most markets as well as chosen farms that specially breed them to sell. If you are lucky enough to live by a port or in a town near the ocean, you will probably find oysters easily. Some may need to venture further away, but the trip will be worth it.
  • Smoked Salmon - Tasty Morsels from the Sea  By : Sherry Shantel
    While the waters of the Atlantic have been devastatingly over fished today for Salmon to be placed onto countless million dinner tables each year, the waters of Alaska are still very well populated with fish due to the fact of the guidelines fishermen have to follow in Alaska. In the nineteenth century almost all commercial Salmon were pulled from the Atlantic. Being canned in New England to be eagerly shipped off to California in the 1840s, and by the middle of the 1860's the tasty delights were actually being produced in California and then carried off to the east!
  • Seafood Combo Meals  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Seafood combo meals are not only tasty but are also easy to prepare. The variety of seafood available is more and it is hard to go wrong in selection. All the ingredients which are necessary to prepare Seafood combo meals can be had from your local grocery store.
  • Fresh Shrimp Great For Any Recipe  By : Shannon Linnen
    You should prefer to eat shrimp that is fresh as it is both healthy and delicious. You can use it to prepare any dish. Shrimp can be eaten with pasta salad, slaw or as an appetizer. It turns out to be a pleasing snack when served with lemon juice and cocktail sauce.
  • Kosher Snacks and Kosher Dining - delicious snacks  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Kosher snacks, healthy and diabetic-friendly delicious snacks, healthy snacks are offered by a multitude of retailers, but it's often hard to tell exactly what goes into them, or how healthy they really are.
  • Serving Gourmet Cheese, buying and storing  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Whether you're looking for a strong-tasting cheese to take your taste buds for a roller coaster ride, or you're looking to soothe you pallete with a smooth, creamy cheese, you need read all article to choose your cheese. Gourmet cheese comes in a large variety with well over 400 varieties just from the French cheese alone. From the mild to the strong, the soft to the hard, cheese is a great way to compliment any meal or snack.
  • About Smoked Seafood  By : Daniel Jowssey
    Hot Smoked
    Hot smoking, or ""kippering"", refers to the smoking process during which the internal core temperature of the seafood reaches 145 degrees of more for a specific period of time. Hot smoked seafood is generally flaky and doesn't slice well (fine with us , as we like big chucks of smoked fish!). It's got a burnished, golden exterior and is always a beautiful hors d'oeuvre.
  • Gourmet Food - a Matter of Taste and Location  By : Daniel Jowssey
    What I refer to is the social standing we feel compelled to assign to certain foods. Why, for example, is pate de foie gras considered a veritable viscount of viands, while liverwurst is regarded as peasant provender?
  • Easy Gourmet Cooking At Home  By : Flora Murkett
    A gourmet meal is characterized as an elegant meal prepared with the best ingredients.
  • Choosing And Preparing Wild Game Meats  By : Jim Hofman
    Many fine dining restaurants have featured wild game meats on their menus for years. Chefs have honed their culinary skills on these lean, easy to prepare meats for appreciate diners. Now, meats like elk, ostrich, alligator, bison, and more are available to the consumer market. As a result, there's been an increased interest in the best ways to choose and prepare these various wild game meats.
  • Wild Game Meats - How Do They Taste?  By : Jim Hofman
    Specialty wild game meats like buffalo meat, ostrich meat, alligator meat, and others are becoming increasingly popular with consumers and restaurant diners. Previously largely unavailable to the average consumer, these wild game meats are enjoying a renaissance. Not only are wild game meats low in fat and cholesterol, they are easy to prepare. But how do they taste?
  • Alaskan Smoked Salmon Tastes Great And Is Great For You.  By : Sherry Shantel
    Alaskan smoked salmon, with its bold flavor and vibrant color, is a favorite for many. Eaten with a bagel and cream cheese, or as the centerpiece of a meal, or in a summer salad, it's a delicious snack or meal for the family. But did you know that its healthy too?
  • Give a Gift They will Love With a Smoked Salmon Gift Basket  By : Sherry Shantel
    This holiday season, it's likely that you've already decided to give many of the people on your list a gift basket. Easy to design and purchase, they're also inexpensive. The hard part is deciding which type of basket to go with.
  • Smoked Salmon Gifts, A World Of Options  By : Sherry Shantel
    Smoked salmon is a delicious treat, regarded as an indulgent splurge because of its cost. With so many online shopping options however, you are sure to find smoked salmon gifts which will please everyone on your gift list and keep within your budget.
  • Alaskan Smoked Salmon Gifts Are Always Unique  By : Sherry Shantel
    This year, when you start shopping for Christmas gifts, there will be an overwhelming number of gifts to choose from. To make your gift truly unique though, you'll want to give something surprising and unexpected.
  • Lobster And Shellfish: A Tasty Adventures  By : Shannon Linnen
    A pleasure that nobody should miss is to enjoy a delicious dinner of fresh shellfish. It is easiest to do this, of course, if you live on the coast or nearby. However, if you live inland and don't have good access to seafood, there may be a specialty shop or a restaurant in your area that can sell you fish that were flown in that day. Of course the best place to get fresh seafood is from a reputable online seller. With the introduction of overnight delivery from Fedex to the continental US, there is absolutely no reason for you not to enjoy a fresh seafood meal on a regular basis. Frozen fish is not a great replacement.
  • Atlantic Smoked Salmon Gift Baskets are Sure to Wow  By : Sherry Shantel
    When purchasing your smoked salmon gift basket, there are many things to consider. What is your budget? What kind of taste are you looking for? Would you like to stick with fillets or branch out. Who is the intended recipient.
  • Lobster - An Impressive and Delicious Species  By : Isabel Da Silva
    When you dine on lobster, you may feel like you are truly eating like a king or queen. Lobster is often considered a delicacy and is a rich and delectable meal.
  • A Clambake for Christmas  By : Sherry Shantel
    Clambakes have widely existed for a hundred years now. Originally introduced by the Native Americans in the New England area, they are now known as New England clambakes. With the Christmas season approaching, it's a great time to plan a clambake with close friends and family for Christmas dinner.
  • There are So Many Alaskan Smoked Salmon Gifts to Choose From  By : Sherry Shantel
    When I think of Alaska, I think of crisp clean air, cool oceans, and beautiful landscapes. I also think of Alaskan smoked salmon. Alaskan smoked salmon gifts are a great way to share this delicious and healthy food with your friends and family, and it doesn't have to break your budget.
  • Christmas Gift Baskets  By : Blake Melancon
    Your one stop spot for your unique Christmas gift baskets for your family, friends and neighbors. Check out: http://www.wine-country-gift-baskets.com/christmas-gift-baskets/christmas-gift-baskets.php
  • Why Gourmet Food Gift Baskets Always Hit The Bulls-Eye  By : Brian F Connors
    Need a strategy to achieve victory during gift giving time? Find out here how you can raise the flag of triumph regarding your shopping duties.
  • How to Host a Gourmet Dinner  By : Emma Snow
    A French philosopher once said that eating alone was sadder than destitution. Certainly, no one likes to eat alone. Now that you have perfected that filet mignon, or vichyssoise soup, (or whatever your signature dish is), you will want to show off to your friends! But hosting a gourmet dinner is much more than good food.
  • Is Smoking Meat A Dying Art?  By : Adam Marianski
    Smoking meat is slowly disappearing as a preservation method but will always be popular in the back of a home owner’s house who cares for a superior and chemical free product. Nowadays it is less practiced by commercial meat processors who invented faster methods to induce the smoky flavor into meat products.
  • Is Game The Most Ethical Meat?  By : Andrea Flint
    For people with an interest in ethical food, game such as pheasant or venison has a lot to offer. It's totally delicious too!
  • Feast On Connecticut Clambakes  By : Sherry Shantel
    Traditional Connecticut clambakes aren't just a meal, it's an event - a social gathering that doubles as a very popular and delicious way to feed many guests, whether it be a wedding party, a corporate event, a family reunion or simply a romantic evening for two.
  • Why Smoked Meats Are More Popular in Europe  By : Adam Marianski
    Smoking meats was performed with their preservation in mind and the taste of the final product played a secondary role. The article explains why food preservation was of more importance in Europe than in the USA.
  • The Joy of Gourmet Cookies  By : Shea Gyngell
    Cookies are just about the perfect treat, and gourmet cookies are particularly delicious ways to turn ordinary events into special occasions. You can serve gourmet cookies at parties and on holidays, and they're great as gifts. Birthdays, anniversaries, graduations--any holiday at all is the perfect time to give a tin of gourmet cookies.
  • Smoked Salmon Gift Basket For A Great Gift  By : Sherry Shantel
    As the gift giving season approaches yet again, many consumers thoughts turn to gift baskets. They're an easy, affordable way to give personalized gifts to your loved ones, friends, or coworkers. However, creativity is also key. Does anyone really want another seventeen-tiered popcorn tower? So what's the answer?
  • Buying Seafood Online Can Have Many Advantages  By : Shannon Linnen
    It can be relatively difficult to enjoy the alluring taste of fresh lobster. Anyone who really loves their fresh seafood will agree that succulent fresh Maine lobsters tease the palate. Food fanatics everywhere relish at the thought of a juicy lobster with melted butter. It isn't real easy to get fresh seafood if you live inland, away from the coastal regions.
  • Cookies - The Perfect Gift For Any Occasion!  By : Tiffany Gaultier
    A simple sugary sweetness is the idea that is often conjured when the word cookie is uttered. The texture and flavor of Nana's secret chocolate chunk and raisin cookie or the crunchy sweetness of Mom's one of a kind macadamia cookies, let you reminisce about your childhood.
  • Smoked Salmon Gifts, Sure To Please Everyone  By : Sherry Shantel
    Smoked Salmon is thought of as a rich, indulgent treat, great tasting, but too expensive for the average budget. But with the great variety of smoked salmon gifts online, you can find exactly what you're looking for and keep your costs low.
  • Alaskan Smoked Salmon Gifts Are Simply Fabulous  By : Sherry Shantel
    It's so hard to find a unique, special gift that stands out, especially during the holiday season. When shopping for that special someone, you want to get them something that they'll remember and enjoy, but what should you choose?
  • Fresh Shrimp Makes Any Recipe Come Alive  By : Shannon Linnen
    You should prefer to eat shrimp that is fresh as it is both healthy and delicious. You can use it to prepare any dish. Shrimp can be eaten with pasta salad, slaw or as an appetizer. It turns out to be a pleasing snack when served with lemon juice and cocktail sauce.
  • New England Clambake - Now You Can Celebrate  By : Shannon Linnen
    A New England clambake is a fun and different way to celebrate a special occasion. It is a unique festive gathering idea and healthy to boot. It is no wonder, then, that this traditional Northeastern celebration has gained popularity outside New England region as well.
  • Gourmet Gifts Shopping The Easy Way  By : Brian F Connors
    Need a quick and easy solution to send just the right gift to someone who takes food very seriously? Find out the path of least resistance while sending superb gourmet food.
  • Lobster Makes A Tasty Seafood Dinner  By : Shannon Linnen
    Enjoying a delicious dinner of fresh shellfish is a pleasure that nobody should miss. It is easiest to do this, of course, if you live on the coast or nearby. However, if you live inland and don't have good access to seafood, there may be a specialty shop or a restaurant in your area that can sell you fish that were flown in that day. Of course the best place to get fresh seafood is from a reputable online vendor. With the introduction of overnight delivery from Fedex to the continental US, there is absolutely no reason for you not to enjoy a fresh seafood meal on a regular basis. Frozen fish is a poor substitute.
  • Wolfgang Puck Cookware - Trusting the Professionals  By : Riley Hendersen
    Wolfgang Puck cookware is designed and approved by the legendary chef himself. Wolfgang Puck is not only one of (if not the) most famous chef in America, but he may be one of the most famous chefs in the world.
  • How To Store Dry Herbs And Spices  By : Melody Thacker
    Dried herbs and spices add more than flavor to your meals, they can also provide some health benefits. Preserving the freshness and flavor of them will result in better tasting dishes, more of the associated health benefits and save you money too.
  • Gluten Free Foods, Yummy Tasting Friendly Food  By : Wycliffe Williams
    Gluten free foods enjoyed a successful 2006 and are expected to come on even stronger in 2007. Companies have nearly doubled sales of its gluten free brands in 2006. There has also been expanded distribution in the U.S. and throughout Canada.
  • Gastronomy and the Loire Valley in France  By : Corina Clemence
    The specialities of Loire Valley Cuisine
  • Delightful Caribbean Dishes That You Must Try!  By : James Penn
    Caribbean islands were first of all inhabited by The Arawak, Carib, and the Taino Indians. These inhabited the present day British Virgin Islands, Cuba, Dominica, Grenada, Haiti, Trinidad, and Jamaica. And what they ate at that time? They ate mainly vegetables and fruits like yams, guavas, papaw, and cassava.
  • Belgian Chocolate Bars: Great Tasting Chocolates  By : Sam Smith
    Chocolate lovers know the power of chocolate and the search for the perfect chocolate bar. Belgian chocolate bars are some of the best tasting in the world. They make great gifts for any true chocolate lover you know.
  • Goat's Cheeses of the Loire Valley  By : Corina Clemence
    Detailed descriptions of the six AOC (Appellation d'Origine Controlee) goat's cheeses to sample during a holiday in the beautiful Loire Valley around Blois and Tours.
  • The Experts Speak Out On The Importance Of Enrolling In Culinary Institutes  By : Keith Londrie
    There are a lot of people who know how to cook. And a lot of people prepare great meals. But it is only through a formal education in the culinary arts that people can arm themselves with the knowledge there were a love-hate their craft to the next level.
  • Some Tips On Looking For The Best Culinary School Chicago-Kent Offer  By : Keith Londrie
    It has been said by many pet food becomes tastier under cold weather conditions. If this is true, then the most delicious bit dishes can surely be found in Chicago, dubbed as the Windy City.
  • Affordable Gourmet-style Recipes  By : John Pawlett
    Looking for recipe ideas that are easy to follow, inexpensive and relatively guilt-free too? Try incorporating an American household favorite -- canned tuna!
  • Lardo di Colonnata : A Tuscan Delicacy  By : Andrea Flint
    Lardo di Colonnata is a traditional delicacy of preserved pork fat from the mountains of Tuscany, Italy. Find out how it's made and how to use it.
  • Food in the Caribbean  By : James Penn
    The Caribbean is perhaps renowned for its white sandy beaches, but it also has some excellent cuisine and food for families and couples.
  • Why Chocolate Is Loved By People All Over The World  By : Gregg Hall
    Chocolate has been around for a long time, actually beginning in the Americas with the Mayans centuries ago. The Spanish brought it back with them in the early 1500s and it has exploded in popularity since.
  • Cooking in the Caribbean  By : James Penn
    Caribbean cooking introduces all visitors to some truly distinctive flavors through the addition of spices and other ingredients like mangoes, coconut, lime, cassava, papaya, yam, guava, and peppers.
  • Why You Should Learn The Basics Of Gourmet Cooking  By : Gregg Hall
    Gourmet cooking may seem inaccessible, something only wealthy people can enjoy, or even intimidating. There's no reason to feel this way about it. If you're interesting in gourmet cooking, that's the most important part.
  • A Look At The Dining Habits Of Ancient Romans  By : Gregg Hall
    It is only recently that the term brunch, referring to the time period between lunch and breakfast, came into fashion. This popular pastime was actually begun in Rome. The only difference is, is that they called it dinner.
  • Why Gourmet Coffee Is More Popular Than Ever Before  By : Gregg Hall
    There are those out there who have finer taste in that lovely dark elixir made from what are, in fact, berries. These gourmet coffee lovers don't just drink their coffee to give them a jolt in the morning (or afternoon, or evening); these coffee connoisseurs drink coffee because they savor the rich flavor and subtle tones of this increasingly popular drink.
  • Specialty Foods Are Special Gifts  By : Anna Woodward
    I find that specialty foods easily surpass the traditional gifts and are some of the best gifts given or received for three reasons: they're unique, there's a wide range of choices, and they're tasty!
  • A Muffin Is Not, Nor Will Ever Be A Cupcake  By : Mika Hamilton
    A muffin is not a cupcake, but how does one ultimately distinguish between the two delectable treats? They are both after all approximately the same size and shape and come in a variety of flavors. This article will illuminate some of the distinguishing factors.
  • Are You Cooking Live Lobster Right?  By : Christopher Smith
    Cooking a live lobster can often be a challenging task for someone who has never tackled this culinary task. The directions included will take away the mystery of cooking a live Maine Lobster and will turn you into a lobster cooking pro.
  • Discover The Wonderful Age Old Health Benefits Of Black Tea  By : Gregg Hall
    The Chinese have been known for drinking tea, at least in movies and in restaurants. This picture that we have been given is a true picture, they have done this because of its refreshing and soothing effects. Black tea is an Asian tea and it comes from the plant called Camellia Sinensis.
  • Do You Know The Benefits Of Drinking Black Tea?  By : Gregg Hall
    By drinking black tea caffeine a person can receive relief from fatigue. It has been shown to be a stimulant, to increase speed in reaction time, increase alertness, and to improve concentration.
  • Enjoy Gourmet Flavored Coffee On A Budget  By : Melody Thacker
    You can indulge in gourmet flavored coffee as often as you like without guilt and without breaking your budget. It's quick and extremely easy to make your own favorite flavored coffee.
  • Keep Your Gift Giving Easy With Gourmet Food And Wine Baskets  By : Gregg Hall
    With so many holidays, so many occasions, and so many events, there is not 'so many questions', but one, which ends up burning at the back of our minds, that we must answer several times a year: what is the perfect gift that I can give them?
  • How to Use Whole Spices  By : Michael Sheridan
    Using ground spices may be quick and convenient, but for that special occasion nothing beats whole spice that you grind yourself. Not only will you get a better flavor, you will save money as well
  • Your Heart is the Primary Benefactor of Bamboo Leaf Green Tea  By : Vaughn Balchunas
    It has been reported that tea drinkers who drink 3 or more cups daily run an 11 percent less risk of heart attack or heart disease as reported in 2001 by the Journal of Epidemiology.
  • The Amazing Acai Fruit  By : Jerry Cahill
    Do you know about the Acai Berry Fruit? It is a blueberry like fruit from the Amazon area that exhibits excellent health benefits.
  • Geoduck "Gooey Duck" Clams  By : Jerry Cahill
    Have you heard of gooey duck clams? They are large clams found in the Pacific North West and are highly valued.
  • Is Paris Really The Gourmet Food Center Of All Europe?  By : Gregg Hall
    Lovers of fresh food will enjoy the markets that exist in Paris where you are able to walk around and rub elbows with the locals as you experience the thrill of the outdoor markets and enjoy the taste of the fresh produce such as fruits and vegetables and the newer organic foods.
  • BYOB In The Philadelphia Suburbs  By : Robert Bibb
    If you live in Philadelphia, or are in the area, these BYOBs are restaurants where you can take your own bottle of wine to compliment your dinner
  • How To Make Prosciutto - Delicious Appetizer  By : Mirko Davidovic
    During ancient times some unique and ingenious methods were developed for preservation of meat. In Europe pork is the meat of choice, producing a variety and acquired tastes throughout the regions.
  • Unique Wedding Favors Series: Personalized Tea Favors and Sweet Honey  By : Christine Harrell
    Learn about the culture of tea favors and just how they are the perfect wedding favor to give at any wedding engagement.
  • What is a Chocolate Fountain?  By : Joseph Then
    A chocolate fountain is usually made of stainless steel and serves melted chocolate. A motor at the base heats the chocolate placed in the heating tray. The heated chocolate then goes up through a column and when it gets to the top, flows down over multiple tiers. This chocolate flows over each tray until it reaches the base.
  • How to Plan a Cocktail Party  By : Lee Dobbins
    Tips on planning that perfect cocktail party.
  • Discover How To Turn Any Meal Into A Gourmet Treat  By : Lee Dobbins
    Are you looking for an easy way to turn your old favorites into something special? Lucky for you there is one secret and easy to use ingredient that can help give some class to almost anything you serve.
  • Forget About Sex And Have Some Chocolate Instead  By : Lee Dobbins
    We all know chocolate tastes good, but did you know it has emotional and physical benefits as well?
  • Caribbean Food For Everyone  By : Ralph Ruckman
    The intriguing thing about Caribbean food is that the cooks of this fine cuisine take special care when cooking the food. They are always busy adding their special touches to add to the delight of whatever dish they are preparing.
  • 10 Teas That Heal  By : Ron King
    Tea has many healing properties. Here are 10 natural healing tea therapies.
  • Setting Up Your Kitchen For Gourmet Cooking  By : Lee Dobbins
    Here are some basic necessities that every kitchen needs.
  • Online Food Delivery Services Are Tops  By : Sandra Stammberger
    Have you realized how much time you spend shopping at the grocery store? Are you sick and tired of having to waste this precious time, when you could be spending it with your family instead? If so then you need to start looking into food deliver services in your area. These services are catching on like wildfire and more and more communities are cashing in on these great deals and wonderful time savers.
  • The Incredible Edible Olive  By : Lee Dobbins
    Olives have been eaten and the oil used since biblical times but it wasn't until recently that they have enjoyed so much press due to their cardioprotective properties. Find out more about this amazing food including the many varieties of olives available.
  • Buying, Storing and Serving Gourmet Cheese  By : Lee Dobbins
    Whether you are having a fancy wine and cheese party, or just enjoying a slice of cheese with an apple for a snack, your gourmet cheese will taste a lot better if you learn how to purchase, store and serve it properly.
  • Buying a Barbeque Grill  By : Charles Kassotis
    Before shopping, give some thought to the type of grill that will best suit your lifestyle, eating habits, and convenience. This article offers guidelines for consideration to those who are planning to buy an outdoor cooking grill.
  • Is it a Grill, a Broiler or a Salamander?  By : Michael Sheridan
    Well, it doesn't really matter much what you call it, it's a simple device for applying heat to food. I'm going to call it a grill, because it takes less time to type.
  • The Gentle Art of Poaching  By : Michael Sheridan
    Delicate proteins like fish and eggs respond well to kind treatment, like being cooked in liquid kept just below boiling point
  • Change Your Diet, and Eat the Mediterranean Way  By : Dave Saunders
    Mediterranean food diets are increasing in popularity because they are not based on popularized fads but rather a model which comes from literally thousands of years of use. Discover the principals behind the Mediterranean diet and apply them for a better tasting, and better for you, diet.
  • Thicken That Sauce!  By : Michael Sheridan
    With most sauces and nearly all types of gravy you will need to use a thickening agent at some stage. But it's important to note that they tend to behave differently.
  • Is Your Cookware Poisoning You?  By : Michael Sheridan
    For over 40 years scientists have known that the fumes from hot non-stick surfaces can kill pet birds in the home. So how safe are they for you?
  • Reductions; Proving That Less is More  By : Michael Sheridan
    Any liquid can be reduced just by heating it - but why would you want to do that?
  • Boiling - The Test of a Good Cook  By : Michael Sheridan
    The ability to use boiling correctly as a cooking method is the hallmark of a good cook. It's really not as simple as it first appears.
  • The Art of the Marinade  By : Michael Sheridan
    It's a sad fact that these days it has become almost essential to marinade most cuts of meat, unless you intend to casserole them. There's a how and there's a why.
  • Herbs and Spices  By : Michael Sheridan
    Blending herbs and spices with food is the essence of great cooking. It's also far more simple than you might have been led to believe.
  • How to Cook Lobster  By : Michael Sheridan
    French chefs plunge them into boiling water; English ones, in an attempt to appear more humane, drive kitchen knives through their skulls before doing the same thing.
  • Oil or Butter? They Are Both Fat!  By : Michael Sheridan
    The amount of fat you eat is largely determined by the way your food is cooked. Using the right oil is not just a question of flavor, but of temperature too.
  • The Perfect Omelet(te), How to Cook It  By : Michael Sheridan
    Eggs are one of Nature's little wonders, and what do we do with them? We smash them, beat them and fry them into a leathery submission! Well here's my homage to the humble egg.
  • Don't Burn It - Roast It!  By : Michael Sheridan
    Despite plenty of evidence to the contrary, I still see recipes that insist you should cook meat at high temperature for the first twenty minutes or so to seal it. Let's put this myth to bed once and for all.
  • How to Peel Almost Anything  By : Michael Sheridan
    If you've ever struggled over a bowl of pickling onions, or spent hours trying to get the skin off peaches without mulching the fruit, help is at hand.

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