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  • Building the perfect cheese board (Infographic)

    Build the perfect cheese board with Castello cheese this season. 

  • Rule the holidays using Alexa smart home technology

    Rule the holidays using Alexa smart home technology

    (BPT) – The holidays are known to be the most wonderful time of year, but often bring a sense of urgency and stress to many of us. Whether it's shopping for gifts, traveling to parties, cooking holiday meals or entertaining friends and family, you're probably thinking you could use an extra set...

  • Prep your kitchen against holiday pests with these 5 tricks

    Prep your kitchen against holiday pests with these 5 tricks

    The holidays are a busy time, filled with joyful gatherings, plenty of good meals and houseguests galore. But the jam-packed celebrations can also provide an opportunity for uninvited pests to find their way indoors. The experts at Terminix have a few tips for protecting your kitchen from insects,...

  • Tailgating 101 (Infographic)

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  • Luxury entertaining for the holidays

    Luxury entertaining for the holidays

    The holidays usher in a sense of celebration and opportunities for lavish seasonal gatherings. Award-winning Chef Michael Voltaggio knows how to create an experience that will not only entertain, but also thoroughly impress. When it comes to holiday hosting, Michael integrates seasonal ingredients...

  • 5 reasons mushrooms are trending up for 2019

    What will be the hot, trendy food for 2019? The simple, versatile and mighty mushroom.  Chefs, menu developers, sales data and even online social habits all suggest we may be seeing more fresh mushrooms in 2019 and beyond, whether they're found on top of your pizza, at the bottom of your grain...

  • Fresh ideas for 30-minute Mediterranean meals

    Fresh ideas for 30-minute Mediterranean meals

    With few having the time to devote to cooking an elaborate meal, a collection of delicious and dependable 30-minute recipes for a quick but satisfying meal can be handy. What else keeps things simple? Having fresh staples such as California table grapes on hand helps brighten up any recipe and...

  • Eating healthy, eating safe

    Eating healthy, eating safe

    You try to eat healthy, but the one thing you can't control is who has been handling your food and whether they are practicing adequate food safety. Each year, foodborne illnesses sicken close to 50 million Americans and lead to more than 130,000 hospitalizations and 3,000 deaths. A lot of these illnesses are...

  • A non-DIYer's guide to the holidays

    A non-DIYer's guide to the holidays

    There are those who meticulously decorate dozens of sugar cookies for the office cookie exchange, give bottles of homemade Irish cream to coworkers for the holidays or send perfectly curated gift baskets to family and friends. And there are those who may want to do all of that, but don't have the...

  • 5 Christmas party trends that will change your holiday celebrations this season

    5 Christmas party trends that will change your holiday celebrations this season

    The days between Thanksgiving and New Year's Eve are the busiest six weeks of the entire year for families thanks to a multitude of social gatherings. Chief among these celebrations is the Christmas party. With roots that date back to the Victorian era, the Christmas party has been a mainstay in...

  • New exchange program introduces young adults to corporate agriculture

    New exchange program introduces young adults to corporate agriculture

    For years, the International Farm Youth Exchange Association (IFYE) has offered young adults an opportunity to travel and learn about agriculture in a different country. Now, global agribusiness Syngenta is taking the program a step further by introducing a corporate component to the experience....

  • Holiday baking and wine pairings

    Holiday baking and wine pairings

    There are few holiday traditions as sweet as baking a selection of treats to share with family and friends. This is especially true for the California winemaking family the Mondavis as it is for families across America. As the season begins, Janice Mondavi, wife of third-generation CK Mondavi and...

  • Celebrating the Holidays with Recipes for Coffee Pleasure

    Celebrating the Holidays with Recipes for Coffee Pleasure

    Whether it's for a holiday brunch, a festive dessert course or an afternoon accompaniment for fresh-baked cookies, espresso-based beverages have become an integral part of seasonal entertaining. JURA offers an online recipe library of coffee specialties that are easy to make in JURA bean-to-cup...

  • 6 holiday hacks for easy entertaining prep

    6 holiday hacks for easy entertaining prep

    This sponsored content is provided by Brandpoint. This article sponsored by SharkNinja.  (SharkNinja) - Friends and family are a source of joy during the holidays, but entertaining is stress inducing for even the most seasoned hosts. It can feel like a race to get all your shopping, cooking and...

  • 5 DIY holiday activities for the whole family

    5 DIY holiday activities for the whole family

    'Tis the season for baking and crafting — the perfect ways to feel festive and bond with loved ones of all ages. From trying new recipes to creating crafts that will be cherished for years to come, plan a date for some holiday fun and let the memory-making with friends and family begin! These five...

  • 5 plant-inspired gift ideas for the holiday entertainer

    Finding the perfect gift for everyone on your list can be overwhelming, which is why RISE (Responsible Industry for a Sound Environment) is sharing its plant-inspired gift ideas for everyone from your holiday hostess to the "do-it-myself" duo on your shopping list. Urge your friends to amp up their...

  • 5 successful sides to wow Thanksgiving guests

    Whether you're hosting the entire meal or bringing a dish to share, there's no reason the turkey deserves all the attention this Thanksgiving. Using high quality, delicious ingredients is the key to creating quick, yet impressive side dishes to grace any holiday table. These recipes are not only...

  • Unique subscription club gifts to delight this holiday and beyond

    An incredible 80 years ago the first subscription gift program was created, offering people the option to give the gift that keeps on giving thanks to the Fruit-of-the-Month Club® from Harry & David. Because at that time many people weren't able to get fresh produce year-round, receiving a delivery...

  • Winter getaway ideas in Duluth, Minnesota

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. When the cold starts to set in, the birds fly south. But families looking for a memorable winter getaway know the fun is up north. With events and activities all season long, Duluth truly is the premier winter vacation destination in Minnesota....

  • 5 bonus ideas for your best Black Friday yet

    5 bonus ideas for your best Black Friday yet

    If your individual shopping trips are sprints, then Black Friday is your marathon — an action-packed, intense early morning hunt that's not for the faint of heart. And you love every minute of it. From that first warm cup of coffee while camping out with family and friends to finding amazing deals,...

  • 5 ways to simplify your holiday decorating

    It's here, the season of go, go, go. The time of year when there is so much to do, especially if you're hosting holiday festivities. You want everything to be magical and so you're planning events, buying presents, making plans for where everyone is going to sleep and all while working a full-time...

  • 7 ways to help a grieving friend during the holidays

    Anyone who has lost a loved one knows that grief does not take a holiday. While others are celebrating, those in mourning may feel their loved one's absence even more strongly. How can you help someone you care about cope with and gain comfort from what should be the most festive time of year? ...

  • The grocery store scoop: Debunking common myths

    When you enter a grocery store, you're suddenly faced with thousands of options. You want to get the staples you need and you want the best nutrition for your family, but it's easy to get overwhelmed. How do you know what's your best choice? "Options like brown versus vitamin-enriched white bread,...

  • One surprising way to prevent fractures for those over age 65

    Loss of balance, dehydration, attention deficits and loss of cognition are symptoms of hyponatremia, a condition characterized by low salt levels in the blood. The symptoms can occur with just slight hyponatremia and can have particularly harmful effects for the elderly as the condition is difficult...

  • Thanksgiving hosting: The struggle is real (Infographic)

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  • Gear Up for the New Dinner Party: With Bring-&-Share Menus and Something for Everybody

    Whatever happened to the formal dinner party? Between busy work schedules and the complexity of navigating food preferences and allergies, they can be hard to pull off — yet we still long for the pleasures of breaking bread (or an acceptable gluten-free substitute) with family and friends. Enter...

  • 5 unexpected holiday gift ideas

    Finding the perfect holiday gift is no easy task. Whether you're shopping for your mom, brother, sweetie pie or friend, finding a unique, memorable and most importantly likeable gift can be challenging. After so many birthdays, anniversaries and holidays, it can be hard to come up with new ideas....

  • Hangry holidays (Infographic)

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  • 5 Ways to Impress Holiday Guests this Season

    As the holidays approach, those who love to host know shopping isn't the only stress factor. Between groceries, cleaning the house, meal preparation and shoveling the driveway, it's always a race to the finish line. Follow these five steps to leave guests impressed by (and even envious of!) your...

  • 5 cleaning tips to save your sanity during the holidays

    Ready or not, the holidays are upon us. You may have visions of elaborate holiday décor or an extravagant light display to impress your neighbors. As you prepare for the season of parties, guests and entertaining, don't procrastinate. Prepare now so you can spend more time doing the things that...

  • Mexican Cheese is Hot Right Now: A Queso Primer

    Queso, anyone? With tortillas outselling hamburger and hot dog buns while salsa dethrones ketchup, Mexican food is more popular than ever in the United States — and cheeses are a key component of America's favorite Mexican dishes. But are all cheeses created equally? Queso is not just that ubiquitous,...

  • 6 simple ways to lower your sugar intake

    It's no secret — consuming too much sugar can have a negative effect on your health. Sugar consumption is associated with obesity, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, cancer and tooth decay. According to the 2017 National Diabetes Statistics Report, 30.3 million people have diabetes. November is American...

  • 4 tips to keep pantry pests off your holiday invite list this year

    Sorry, but your browser does not support the video tag. When it comes time to plan your holiday guest list, your invitees generally fall into one of two groups: those you want to invite, and those you feel you must. There is a third group, however, that's never intentionally included on any guest...

  • 5 ways to host a no-hassle holiday celebration this season

    The holidays are supposed to be a joyous occasion, filled with warm memories of family and friends. When it's your turn to host, however, the holidays can quickly turn into a stressful blur that involves cleaning, decorating and cooking all before the guests even arrive! Hosting loved ones doesn't...

  • How to assemble a holiday cheeseboard guaranteed to impress

    'Tis the season for getting together with friends and family to celebrate. Food is at the heart of the holidays, so whether you're hosting an event or attending as a guest, you'll want to whip up something to impress a wide variety of taste buds. The perfect solution: A holiday cheeseboard. Creating...

  • Top entertaining trends for a delightful holiday season

    It's that time of year again — when hosting holiday guests means sprucing up living spaces, brushing up on new recipes and hunting for the perfect stylish centerpieces. Before you plump guest room pillows, tinker with a new Christmas dessert or purchase the perfect place settings, there are a few...

  • Deck the halls with cherry preserves! Give your holidays a healthy twist

    Bring the gift of nutrition to holiday gatherings by incorporating sweet cherries into your favorite menu. It may not seem the season for cherries, but this is the time to raid the summer stash that has been frozen, dried or canned. Adding a bright, festive touch, sweet cherries will provide a...

  • Affordable affair: 7 tips for a holiday bash on a budget

    The days leading up to the holidays tend to be among the busiest of the year, with lots of celebrations taking place over a few short weeks. If you're hosting a holiday celebration of your own, you're following a national trend. Statista reports some 59 percent of Americans anticipate spending...

  • Visiting Philadelphia? Try West Philly for vibrant culture and cuisine

    A visit to Philadelphia is sure to be steeped in American history and culture. It doesn't get more American than the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776. And it doesn't get more authentically Philly than cheesesteaks at competing...

  • Family farmers from across the country talk turkeys

    It's 6 a.m. in Bell County, Texas. The sun is yet to peek over the horizon on what will become a steamy summer day, but Darrell Glaser is already strolling through his turkey houses to ensure the birds on his family farm are comfortable. The farm has been in Glaser's family for nearly 100 years,...

  • Time-saving tips and healthy tricks for holiday baking

    'Tis the season for cookies, cakes, candies and more! Those delectable treats are an iconic part of celebrations big and small. Whether you want to cozy up by the fire with your favorite confection or bring a few batches to the school bake sale, you're bound to be baking like crazy this time of...

  • Where does your turkey come from? It does matter

    It's 6 a.m. in Bell County, Texas. The sun is yet to peek over the horizon on what will become a steamy summer day, but Darrell Glaser is already strolling through his turkey houses to ensure the birds on his family farm are comfortable. The farm has been in Glaser's family for nearly 100 years,...

  • Can too much potassium be harmful? What you need to know if you have a chronic condition

    For people with chronic illnesses, nutrition is important — but some nutrients present risks for certain patients. Potassium, for example, has many benefits, but can be fatal for people with kidney disease if the level of potassium in their blood spikes. In the United States, there are more than...

  • Cultural Cuisine: Roy Yamaguchi's 6 tips for cooking pan-Asian inspired meals at home

    The preparation of a good meal can be about much more than satisfying your family's hunger. Not only can the process be fun, creative and rewarding, but it can be a meaningful way to share and learn about different cultures. The opportunity to share heritage is one reason celebrity chef and restaurateur...

  • Merry Merry Meatballs! 5 Ways to Serve Up Meatballs for the Holidays

    The holiday season is here, which means less time to cook but more time to make merry! And nothing makes people smile more than a dish made with one of America's favorites: meatballs. "Meatballs are awesome," says Catherine Lamb on international foodie website Food52.com. "And they are excellent...

  • 6 healthy twists to lighten your favorite holiday foods

    It's hard not to dread the holidays if you're trying to maintain a healthy diet. Heavy meals packed with carbs and creams are often followed by sugary treats — leaving you ready to crash in a house full of guests. On the other hand, munching on a simple salad while loved ones dig into each delicious...

  • 10 simple fridge food swaps that promote healthier eating

    As the holidays approach, you probably want to clean out your fridge to make room for all the goodies you'll be cooking for family and friends. While you're digging through the expired and forgotten, it's also a smart time to look at what's in your fridge and think about how that's impacting your...

  • 6 tips for shopping in Guadalajara

    As one of Mexico's top artisanal hubs, Guadalajara offers culture, cuisine and shopping. Travelers can find everything from expertly crafted pottery to luxe leather goods in markets throughout the city. For those who travel the world in search of the best locally produced, stylish souvenirs, Guadalajara...

  • 5 surprisingly gluten-free Thanksgiving recipes to please a crowd

    Sponsored by Argo® Corn Starch This Thanksgiving, you don't have to choose between serving traditional dishes and pleasing your gluten-free guests. Argo Corn Starch is the secret ingredient to wow your friends and family with gluten-free versions of their favorite holiday recipes that everyone...

  • Tips for a swoon-worthy home upgrade

    Are your kitchen appliances older than your children? Do you scowl at your laundry because it just doesn't get as clean as it should? Have you rediscovered shirts piled up in the back of your closet? If you can answer "yes" to any of these questions, it's time for a home upgrade. If you haven't...

  • 5 tips for a mobile man cave that rivals home

    It's football time, and many Americans are making the annual pilgrimage to man caves forged in living rooms, basements or garages. There, fans hunker down for hours in the extreme comforts of recliners, snacks and drinks, and of course, mega-sized TV screens. Yet for others, the football experience...

  • How to Eat Like a Local in El Salvador

    Foodies with adventurous palates might be tempted to vacation in El Salvador just to enjoy its array of delectable local dishes. Of course, the green and lushly tropical country called "Land of Jewels" by the locals has much to offer beyond cuisine. Visitors can enjoy volcanoes, beaches, archaeological...

  • This fall, make way for maple as the season's hottest flavor (Infographic)

    To get to the bottom of everyone's favorite flavors and activities, Cheerios conducted a survey to uncover what consumers were most excited about this fall.  

  • Make your tailgating party the hotspot

    Tailgates down! Portable grills are full of mascot-stamped brats ready to be washed down by the contents of ice cold coolers. The scene includes enough family and friends to leave no leftovers behind. Rivalry-fueled rhetoric, bag toss tournaments and face painting mark one of the most anticipated...

  • Fall for pumpkin (Infographic)

    It's that time of year again! With pumpkin season in full swing, the possibilities on how to get your pumpkin fix seem almost endless, from the iconic pumpkin spice latte, traditional pumpkin pie, pumpkin bars and more. This fall it's time to spotlight the most anticipated flavor of the season....

  • Love your leftovers with these smart and safe tips

    From family feasts to office parties, the holidays bring an abundance of leftovers. Think mountains of turkey, buckets of gravy and stacks of side dishes. "This season, give yourself and your family the gift of enjoying holiday leftovers with food safety top of mind," says Shelley Feist, executive...

  • 5 secrets to brewing the perfect cup of coffee at home

    A cup of steaming rich coffee is one of life's simple pleasures, especially if you have some extra time to linger over those roasty aromas and flavors at your favorite coffee shop. The good news is you don't have to be a barista to achieve the same results at home. Apply these expert secrets to...

  • 4 things you should do to boost your fat IQ

    If you've struggled with your weight, you know that fat can be a bad three-letter word. You've warded against it, tried to reduce it and agonized over what fat can do to your self-esteem and your waist line. But how much do you really know about fat? And how much could you improve your life if...

  • What's next in Mexican cuisine? (Infographic)

    Cacique Inc. — the No. 1 brand of authentic Mexican-style cheeses, cremas and chorizos in the U.S. — is celebrating the profound impact Mexican culture and cuisine has in America by partnering with a panel of the world's top culinary talent to release predictions for What's Next in Mexican Cuisine....

  • Pickled onions add healthy kick to any dish

    You may have noticed more appetizers and entrees draped with pickled onions in the last couple of years. You may even have been adventurous enough to try them, learning how their tartness and onion flavor kick every dish up a notch. Pickling has been around some 4,000 years to preserve vegetables....

  • Tips from an executive pastry chef for simple holiday entertaining

    Whether you’re hosting a small holiday gathering with friends or a formal dinner party with family, entertaining can be stressful. But with a few simple food-focused tips, you’ll be on your way to throwing the perfect holiday get-together — headache-free. For ease of planning, Executive Pastry...

  • 5 tips to plan the perfect game day

    You’ve waited all summer for this but now it’s finally here again — the sports season trifecta. That’s right, football season, post-season baseball, the return of hockey and new professional and college basketball seasons on the horizon are all happening at once. It’s a sports-lover’s dream and...

  • 5 tips for staying calm, cool and collected when you're always on the go

    No matter what you’re chasing or up against — goals, bargains, chores, deadlines, your kids, etc. — life can be crazy. There never seems to be enough time to check everything off your to-do list, especially if you’re always on the go. Here are some tips and tricks for keeping your sanity while...

  • Forget 'wine rules': 4 unconventional wine pairings for guys

    Have you ever looked at a wine list and wished it actually told you what the wine tastes like? Have you ever wanted wine connoisseurs to stop swirling and sniffing, and just take a big sip? Well, you’re not alone. And American craft wine, The Federalist, and Dan Dunn want to do something about...

  • 3 alarming places where germs are hiding in your kitchen

    Your kitchen may look clean, but here’s the dirt on what’s really happening. Although a quick daily clean might keep some of the bacteria at bay, it’s important to remember that germs are lurking in the dark corners often overlooked! Since the kitchen tends to be where family and friends congregate,...

  • Do you really need less salt?

    More research seems to contradict the oft-stated notion that we eat too much salt. The latest such study appeared in The Lancet medical journal. The study found that for the majority of people there is no health benefit from a low-salt diet and no harm from the average salt consumption of most...

  • Touring through the best Italian wines

    Dreaming of an Italian vacation? You can experience the country's ancient, romantic regions without even leaving home. The wines of Italy embody the heart and soul of the regions in which they're grown. Letting the vineyards be your guide, travel from the Tuscan coast to the Adriatic's sandy beaches,...

  • Fun fresh pork facts for National Pork Month (Infographic)

    October is National Pork Month, and with fall flavors in full swing, it's the perfect time to add nutrient-rich pork to your shopping list.

  • United States of tacos (Infographic)

    Last year, Americans ate over 4.5 billion tacos — and we want to taco 'bout it! In honor of National Taco Day, Old El Paso is sharing some of the most loved taco recipes that represent each state, highlighting some of the surprising ones (We’re looking at you, Wisconsin, with your Taco Spaghetti...

  • Crunchy, crispy, juicy: 5 warm comfort foods featuring apples

    As the leaves change and the nighttime air takes on a chill, our thoughts naturally turn to warm, delicious foods that offer an element of comfort on a chilly autumn night. Some comfort foods are hugely rooted in nostalgia. Others are just so enjoyably crispy, crunchy, chewy, sweet or savory, they...

  • Low-salt diets may cause serious problems for seniors

    Loss of balance, along with dehydration, attention deficits and loss of cognition are symptoms of a condition known as hyponatremia, characterized by low salt levels in the blood. The symptoms can occur even with just slight hyponatremia and can have particularly harmful effects for the elderly...

  • Using data to deliver better customer experience

    Today, food delivery competition has expanded from traditional restaurants to include local grocery stores and data-driven giants like Amazon. To stand out, companies need a competitive differentiator. Domino’s, founded in 1960, cut through the increased competition’s crust and remains one of the...

  • Debunking myths about grocery store staples

    When you enter a grocery store, you're suddenly faced with thousands of options. You want to get the staples you need and you want the best nutrition for your family, but it's easy to get overwhelmed. How do you know what's your best choice? "Options like brown versus vitamin-enriched white bread,...

  • How much do Americans love pizza? A lot! (Infographic)

    October is National Pizza Month! To celebrate, Ellio's Pizza is sharing tasty statistics that prove America is pizza-obsessed. For more information, visit: https://ellios.com/.

  • National Seafood Month: 5 reasons to choose sustainable seafood

    October is National Seafood Month, and one of the best ways to keep the world’s waters full of life is to choose certified wild, sustainable seafood. Not only is it better for the environment, but it helps ensure a steady supply of an important natural resource that people around the globe depend...

  • Why Puerto Rico plays a vital role in agriculture

    For a region the size of Connecticut, Puerto Rico packs a big punch when it comes to its contribution to world agriculture. Many people are unaware, that the 5,335-square-mile commonwealth is the research and development headquarters for up to 85 percent of the commercial corn, soybean and other...

  • This Season the Hygge Design Trend is Back and Bold

    Last year, the Scandinavian concept of Hygge took the interior design stage by storm with people around the world flocking to buy cozy blankets and sheepskin throws. This year, Noa Santos, interior co-founder of interior design company Homepolish says that hygge has experienced a rebirth and visually...

  • How does your kitchen organization stack up? (Infographic)

    Here are four simple tricks for keeping your kitchen organized all year long.

  • Shop like a local in Guadalajara

    As one of Mexico’s top artisanal hubs, Guadalajara offers the best in culture, cuisine and shopping. Travelers can find everything from expertly crafted pottery to luxe leather goods in unique markets throughout the city. For those who travel the world in search of the best locally-produced, stylish...

  • How one state is fighting food waste

    Up to 40 percent of food grown, processed and transported in the United States is never eaten, yet one in eight Americans suffers food insecurity. The average four-person family wastes $1,500 a year on food. Food waste in manufacturing and packaging costs corporations $2 billion each year — plus...

  • Beyond the Liberty Bell: Exploring Western Philly

    A visit to Philadelphia is sure to be steeped in American history and culture. It doesn't get more American than the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, where the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence in 1776. And it doesn't get more authentically Philly than cheesesteaks at competing...

  • 10 ways to beef up your tailgating game

    The leaves are turning, the temperature is dropping and tailgaters are coming out in droves to support their favorite team — but more importantly, show off their grilling skills with beef as the star of the show. Tailgaters young and old converge in the wee hours of the morning outside stadiums...

  • It's anniversary time for this fun-loving digital dragon

    What entertained you in the 90’s? Was it the last episode of Seinfeld? The first episode of Friends or big, exciting adventure films like Titanic, Saving Private Ryan or Armageddon? Maybe you remember something else, and no, we don't mean heading out to the mall in your flannel, your overalls,...

  • Recipes to make your school year lunches fast and delicious

    The school year is underway once again and for you the race is on. If you’ve been down this road before, then you know these nine months feel like a full-blown sprint where you are constantly running from one obligation to the next. And that doesn’t leave a lot of room to prepare meals and eat...

  • Recipes for fast and delicious school year lunches

    The school year is underway once again and for you the race is on. If you’ve been down this road before, then you know these nine months feel like a full-blown sprint where you are constantly running from one obligation to the next. And that doesn’t leave a lot of room to prepare meals and eat...

  • Recipes to make your school year lunches fast and delicious this year

    The school year is underway once again and for you the race is on. If you’ve been down this road before, then you know these nine months feel like a full-blown sprint where you are constantly running from one obligation to the next. And that doesn’t leave a lot of room to prepare meals and eat...

  • The truth behind food labels

    When we visit the grocery store, we’ve become accustomed to a dizzying array of options. There are labels touting everything from food safety to environmental and ethical standards. Making the best decision for your family, your health and the good of the planet is important, but how can you possibly...

  • Choose wisely: Complete vs. incomplete proteins

    Now that more people are aware of the health benefits of eating protein — and the effectiveness of low-carb diets — they’re increasingly seeking ways to enjoy that nutritional powerhouse in their daily diets. Many, however, may be unclear about the important nutritional differences between complete...

  • 30-minute Mediterranean meals with grapes

    With the onset of fall, new schedules and an invigorating pace, eating nourishing meals is an important way to keep up energy levels. With few having the time to devote to cooking an elaborate meal, a collection of delicious and dependable 30-minute recipes for a quick but satisfying meal can be...

  • Fresh grilling ideas for entertaining

    When it’s time to entertain, the grill can be a host’s best friend by making it a breeze to cook and relax outside at the same time. Grilled Flank Steak with Southwest Corn and Grape Salad is guaranteed to please the senses with its tasty flavors; beautiful color medley from red and green grapes,...

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