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If your New Year's resolutions include changing your eating habits, welcome to 2015 — the year of ethically sourced choices. The newest food trend of 2015 isn't really new at all. It involves getting back to basics and filling your plate with fruits and vegetables like those your mama told you to eat back in 1982. To put the modern, 21st-Century spin on those old boring favorites, however, nutritionists this year recommend eating organic, ethically grown and slaughtered foods. They also recommend changing up your plate with more exotic off ... Read More»
Are you feeling a bit of the post-holiday blues? Well, you may have taken down the tree and stashed the party hats for another year, but there’s still one more holiday to celebrate before the season is really over. That’s right; National Peanut Butter Day is just around the corner. This January 24th, cap off the holiday season by feasting on some creamy, nutty goodness. But, what if you spent the last few months perfecting your eggnog and sugar cookie recipes and overlooked figuring out how to make the most of this important holiday? No ... Read More»
In many countries, the start of the New Year is marked by consuming traditional foods. Some are eaten to bring good fortune, others to encourage fame or happiness. If you've ever wondered where pork and sauerkraut, black-eyed peas, and other traditional New Year foods originated, you're not alone. We scoured the globe to find a few of the more interesting offerings and how they came about. Sour Grapes? We hope not. According to revelers in Spain, the sweetness of your grapes, or lack thereof, is a harbinger of how your new year will flow. Par ... Read More»
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 6 Americans are affected by foodborne illnesses each year. Don’t let your Christmas feast get ruined. Foodborne illnesses mean business, and you better be serious about it. Follow these safe food handling tips this holiday season: http://youtu.be/UMLPwrGE6vM CLEAN Don’t let bacteria spread into your hands and kitchen! Wash your hands with warm water and soap for at least 20 seconds before and after handling food. Wash cutting boards, dishes, utensils and counte ... Read More»