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Gifts for foodies guaranteed to leave taste buds dancing

Gifts for foodies guaranteed to leave taste buds dancing

Between the growing trends of boutique restaurants, creative home cooking and entire television networks dedicated to food, you probably know a few people who consider themselves “foodies.” Whether they love…

Sweeteners: an easy way to live and eat healthier

Sweeteners: an easy way to live and eat healthier

With diabetes and obesity cases at alarmingly high levels in the U.S., people are starting to take small steps toward leading healthier lifestyles to try to prevent these issues. Eating…

Steps for creating the ultimate game day space

Steps for creating the ultimate game day space

Looking for a great space to chill out and hang with the dudes? Call it the basement, the garage, a home bar, or just a room dedicated to enjoying the…

Unique and nutty twists on traditional holiday recipes

Unique and nutty twists on traditional holiday recipes

With the holidays fast approaching it’s time to enjoy some of the season’s tastiest foods. Small twists can turn a traditional dish into a holiday classic. The good news is…

Dish up the love this holiday season with time-honored recipes

Dish up the love this holiday season with time-honored recipes

The heart of the holiday season centers around the bonds created during celebrations and traditions – Thanksgiving dinner, cookie exchanges, Christmas and Hanukkah parties and more. These special moments are…

Staying happy and healthy this season the active way

Staying happy and healthy this season the active way

The holidays are a time to share joy and happiness with loved ones. Yet with long lines, holiday parties and traveling, this time of year can really be exhausting. Add…

Simple steps to perfect slow-cooker meals

Simple steps to perfect slow-cooker meals

The slow cooker captures the essence of the season with the first sniff of simmering comfort food. Convenient, economical and versatile, slow cookers are becoming popular again. “This isn’t your…

Going gluten free may not be enough to manage celiac disease

Going gluten free may not be enough to manage celiac disease

If you suffer from abdominal pain, diarrhea, bloating, joint pain, skin rash, mouth sores or tingling in the legs and feet, you may be one of the approximately 1 percent…

Baking basics are a recipe for holiday success

Baking basics are a recipe for holiday success

Whether your end-of-year festivities involve mistletoe and ho-ho-ho, a menorah and dreidel, or a kinara and seven colorful candles, holidays of all cultures seem to have one thing in common:…

Summer is here: Celebrate with your family

Summer is here: Celebrate with your family

Facing busy calendars and over-scheduled summers, Americans are dedicating, on average, only 40 minutes a week for family time, according to a research study from the NYU Child Study Center.…

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