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Food And Beverage

Tips for hosting memorable family reunions

September 26, 2010

The best part about family reunions, whether an afternoon picnic or a week-long event, are the memories that are created with loved ones. Stories are retold, laughs are shared, favorite family recipes are in abundance and new traditions are forged.

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Entertain with ease with these eight tips

September 20, 2010

‘Tis the season to be jolly. Hang the mistletoe, deck the halls and let the party planning begin. To help make your holiday gatherings a stress-free experience, here are some tips for easy entertaining from Deborah Locke, product manager and test kitchen director for RiceSelect, makers of Texmati rice.

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Whole grains offer a world of new taste to familiar foods

September 3, 2010

Americans are continuing to recognize that maintaining a healthy lifestyle includes making smart food choices. A good place to start is making whole grains a staple of your diet, as they provide many nutrients that are fundamental to the health and preservation of our bodies.

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Serve up spuds for a healthy meal in minutes

August 29, 2010

Cheryl Koompin knows a thing or two about getting dinner on the table for her family after a long day of work. She and her husband raised two boys while maintaining the family’s potato farm in American Falls, Idaho.

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Five tips to build a better salad

August 23, 2010

Salads are a staple for people trying to eat well or save on fat and calories, but not all salads are created equal. While all greens are low in calories, many people sabotage what could be a nutritious dish by adding heavy toppings like…

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Healthy alternatives for after-school snack time

August 16, 2010

The new school year is just around the corner, and with childhood obesity on the rise and an increased national focus on sensible eating, it’s more important than ever to offer healthy food alternatives to kids. And not just for school lunch.

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Great dishes for a carefree, casual feasta

August 8, 2010

Casual, laid back dining with family and friends is definitely a must for outdoor gatherings and what’s more relaxed than a utensil-free feast? Think beyond burgers, and serve up some party favorites that work well without a fork and knife.

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