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Food And Beverage

How to set a sustainable table Mediterranean style

April 1, 2010

Enjoy the healthy bounty of an earthy Mediterranean feast knowing that it’s good for you and good for the earth, too. Flavorful farm-fresh ingredients, natural decor with rustic charm, specialty shop treats and minimal paperware and packaging can turn dinner into a sustainable celebration with Mediterranean style.

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Reduced sodium doesn’t have to mean reduced flavor

March 22, 2010

What most at-home cooks don’t know is that it is possible to reduce the sodium in recipes without losing out on flavor. Whether it’s a traditional turkey sandwich or a pasta primavera, favorite foods can still be enjoyed when trying to reduce sodium.

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Get back to healthy nutrition basics

March 5, 2010

Even the healthiest eaters have their weaknesses – those foods that make them “splurge,” ignoring calorie counts and fat grams. It’s an easy trap to fall into; we’re surrounded every day by foods that taste good and inspire cravings.

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Discover fabulous new recipes this spring

March 1, 2010

Rain showers and blooming flowers aren’t the only things that will be kind to your sense of smell this spring. It’s also the time of year when you start to bake up homemade breads, cookies, and moist crumbly muffins. This year, mix in some new recipes with some longtime family favorites.

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Wholesome cooking at home

February 19, 2010

We all want to eat a nutritious diet that helps reduce the risk of chronic diseases and manage cholesterol levels. The same holds true for diabetics; in fact, many of the guidelines for a balanced diabetic diet are useful for anyone who wants to stick to a healthful diet.

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Winter cooking: Don’t give up the grill

February 16, 2010

The bold, unique flavor of grilled foods is more popular than ever – from steaks (the hands down favorite), burgers and chicken, to grilled vegetables and appetizers. And while grilling is typically thought to be the quintessential summer cooking activity…

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Convenient comfort foods warm the winter months

February 16, 2010

When old man winter just won’t seem to go away soon enough, one of the best ways to fight off the chill is with savory, hearty meals that can warm the body and soul. Known as classic comfort foods, these homemade favorites can satisfy even the heartiest of appetites.

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Tips from a pro: Home baking for professional results…

January 30, 2010

It’s pretty easy to fall into a baking rut. There’s the classic chocolate chip cookie, or maybe your kids have a home-baked favorite that you’ve made a thousand times. Once you get a recipe down, it sometimes feels easier to just go with what you know. But many bakers…

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