Fall is in full swing and everyone has soup on the brain. Whether you’re looking for a chicken soup to help stop the cold you’re afraid you're coming down with or a pumpkin soup to serve at Thanksgiving, it’s time to break out your favorite Dutch oven or soup pot and get cooking.
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Between burgers at summertime barbecues, spaghetti and meatballs, and braised ribs throughout the winter, Americans eat a lot of red meat. On average, we eat more than 100 pounds of red meat a year, and show no signs of slowing down. But what you don’t know about meat can actually hurt you. It’s... Read more
Cold and flu season is upon us, and the best way to stay healthy is to maintain a balanced and nutritious diet.
Fall brings loads of local, nutrient-rich foods to farmers markets and grocery stores around the country. Although you may not think of them as superfoods, some of the most iconic fall... Read more
Hanukkah is celebrated in many ways, but most importantly (and deliciously), it’s celebrated by eating fried food.
The story of Hanukkah starts with the Maccabees defeating Antiochus, ruler at the time, who had prohibited the practice of Judaism and was trying to destroy the Holy Temple. This... Read more
Stomach disorders affect more than 60 million people in the U.S. each year, and every day 1 in 18 Americans have heartburn. Whether it's IBS or newfound gluten intolerance, tummy troubles are on the rise and there is more than one way to help ease the pain.
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There are perks to summer fading into fall: cooler weather, pumpkin everything, and of course, football. While team rivalries can certainly drive a wedge between friends and even family (blood isn’t thicker than football), there are some football season rituals that bring us together — like... Read more
Boneless, skinless chicken breast gets a bad reputation for being boring and flavorless. Although the skin and bone add lots of flavor, the skinless, boneless variety offers convenience, which is perfect for those crazy nights you only have a few minutes to put dinner together.
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Store-bought nut butter varieties of today are vast compared to the days when peanut butter was the only option you could pair with jelly. Take it a step further and make your own nut butters at home; all you need are some nuts and a food processor.
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