Join World Food Day To End World Hunger

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Let World Food Day inspire you to be a part of the solution to ending world

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hunger. The first World Food Day started on October 16, 1981. It was established by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). This day offers the opportunity for collaborative [...]

Ann Romney To Donate 100% Of Proceeds From New Cookbook To Brigham And Women’s Hospital In Boston

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Ann Romney, wife to politician Mitt Romney, mother of five grown sons and now a best-selling author. Ann’s new book, The Romney Family Table is a collection of recipes, stories and beautiful family pictures. They say the kitchen is the heart of the home, and Ann does a glorious job of giving a glimpse [...]

Joe’s Crab Shack Partners With Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry Campaign

Getting ready to dig into my Cajun Style Queen Crab. It looks even more delicious in person!

Getting ready to dig into my Cajun Style Queen Crab. It looks even more delicious in person! (Photo Credit: Zeina Yacoub)

My recent cravings for a scrumptious sea food dish brought my family and me to one of the nation’s most renowned sea food chains, Joe’s Crab Shack in Schaumburg, IL. From the [...]

Pure Madness Chocolate Partners With National Breast Cancer Foundation

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As the month of October turns pink, it will also be delicious. Starting today and continuing through the month of October, Pure Madness Chocolate will donate $1 from their truffle collection to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Have your truffle and eat it too, all for a wonderful cause.

The National [...]

Review Of Crave Liqueurs

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The excitement of tasting two out of the three liqueurs was a little overwhelming at first….Crave Chocolate Chili and Crave Chocolate Mint sounded so heavenly that by the time I received them in the mail I literally tore the box open, unscrewed the tops and immediately poured the liqueurs into sipping shot glasses. Of [...]

Fried Green Tomato Recipe With Remoulade Sauce

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Every September I get a bountiful batch of red and green tomatoes from my mother’s garden in Providence RI and I always make my friend green tomatoes recipe. Now I am sharing it with you.

Ingredients:

4 large green tomatoes

1 cup flour

2 eggs

2 tablespoons of milk

2 [...]

Crustless Quinoa and Spinach Quiche Recipe

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This recipe is a farmer’s market goldmine of fresh ingredients. Simple, delicious and quite elegant. This crustless quiche highlights quinoa, farm fresh eggs, spinach and onions. If you are new to quinoa this is the dish that will win you over. Also a delicious vegetarian option. Add in pancetta for a flavorful addition. Take [...]

Fruit Salad With Agave Dressing

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Here is a refreshing fruit salad that can be a great breakfast with granola and Greek yogurt or sweet dessert to end any meal. No frozen fruit used in this recipe. Only fresh will do. Enjoy!

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Ingredients:

Salad

1 cup seedless white grapes 1 cup [...]

Super Seeds for Super Powers

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Are you ready to access your super powers?

Like vibrant energy to get you through the day. Clear mental focus at work. Lasting strength and stamina for workouts and sports.

These super seeds made a huge difference in my diet, and I recommend them to most of my clients. [...]

Review Of Top Chef Brian Malarkey’s Cookbook, Come Early Stay Late

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One of my favorite food shows for years has been Bravo’s “Top Chef” and one of my favorite chefs competing was Brian Malarkey. His upbeat personality, genuine infectious smile and of course his skills of being a chef for more than 20 years caught my eye early on.

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