posts tagged ‘food & beverage’

Fresher Fish Tacos

Forget the guilt and make lighter, healthier fish tacos.

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Toasted Bliss

Cinnamon toast with artisan raisin-nut bread is a revelation.

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Prescription For Cookie Relief

Take a walk to derail the habit of trying to solve problems by eating cookies.

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Savory Sprinkles

The Japanese condiment furikake is delicious on more than just sushi.

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In The Kitchen: Wasting Less, Recycling More

Kitchen tricks for wasting less and recycling more.

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Creative Juices

Pushing boundaries in the kitchen can feed your creative soul.

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Asian Greens: Gai Lan

Gai lan is related to broccoli and cauliflower but, once cooked, retains a sweet, grassy flavor.

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Salad of Eggs

BACK TO BASICS | by JEAN GALTON
GOT EGGS? Egg salad is one of the most basic of sandwich fillings. But when the eggs are perfectly cooked, with the yolks still bright yellow and a tiny bit oozy, it can verge on the spectacular. Chop and peel the eggs while they’re still warm and combine with [...]

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Eating Those Greens

A frittata is a great way to work more dark, leafy greens into your diet.

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Take Them A Meal

Take Them A Meal helps family and friends coordinate meal deliveries when a loved one becomes ill.

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