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Rainbow Soba Salad

Posted By Stacy |

Ingredients: 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 1 1/2 tablespoon low-sodium tamari 1 tablespoon honey 3 cups shredded carrots (about 6 medium carrots) 1 1/2 cup shredded green cabbage 1 cup shredded red cabbage 3 kale leaves, ste...

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Hanukkah Is Here Time To Make the Latkes

Posted By Stacy |

Making a great potato latke takes a little more skill than simply frying shredded potato in oil. Unless you know what you're doing, it's hard to get it right. There's always a chance the outside will burn, the inside won't cook enough and the entire ...

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Red Wine Hot Chocolate Is a Thing

Posted By Stacy |

Red Wine Hot Chocolate Is a Thing, and It's (Surprisingly) Delicious Frosé? That's a summer drink. Hot toddies, eggnog, mulled wine? Please, those are for your parents. No, no, the must-have drink of winter 2016, at least according to a small but d...

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Best Automatic Latte Machine

Posted By Stacy |

You all must be very familiar with the word latte. But there would be very few among you who knows about its origin and Best Automatic Latte Machine available in the market. Basically, Latte is originated from Italy, and ...

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Hormones, Metabolism, Tumeric, Magnesium and More

Posted By Stacy |

There have been some things on my mind as of late.There are so many buzz words out there. Frankly, I am confused. Can you really balance or hormones? Can you speed up your metabolism? Should I be taking Magnesium? What is all the hype ...

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Top 10 Ways to get More Fiber

Posted By Stacy |

I hate being told what I can't eat. Instead I ant to know, what should I eat. The answer is fiber. Boosting your intake of fiber in your diet should be tops on the list of anyone hoping to improve their nutritional profile.This is important inf...

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Move over, sweet tooth: Introducing the salt tooth

Posted By Stacy |

Maybe that's why you can never have just one potato chip. If you find yourself devouring the whole bag, you may have a salt tooth. High salt intake is a known risk factor for high blood pressure and stroke, so it's troubling that people with high ...

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Easy Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Posted By Stacy |

I loved roasted veggies.  This recipe works not only for sweet potatoes but I make Brussels sprouts and cauliflower the exact same way. Taking just a few minutes to pull together, these Parmesan roasted sweet potatoes totally fit the bill!  Not ...

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EGG WHITE OMELET BITES

Posted By Stacy |

  These high-protein treats are ideal for on-the-go breakfasts or early-morning tailgating. You can assemble them in the muffin pan the night before and refrigerate, then bake in the morning. To vary the recipe, mix in diced ham, oli...

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Gayle’s Mothers’ Noodle Kugel

Posted By Stacy |

This was amazing! I get requests at every holiday and then some to make this again and again. My mother passed away when I was only 12 years old and she was only 47. She was more of a ball buster than a ballabusta. Needless to say there weren...

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Try The Best-Tasting Raw Honey—Completely FREE

Posted By Stacy |

Whether you add a spoonful to your tea, drizzle some over oatmeal, or use it as a sugar substitute, honey is an indispensably sweet staple in most kitchens. But, if you’re used to buying honey that comes in the cute plastic bear bottl...

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RALPH LAUREN POLO BAR MIXOLOGIST BOX

Posted By Stacy |

Filled with iconic pieces from the Polo Bar, Ralph Lauren's first restaurant in New York City, this mixologist box is the ultimate tool kit for cocktail congnoscenti. Inspired by The Polo Bar on the corner of 5th Ave and 55th St., the Ralph Lauren P...

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FIG AND CANTALOUPE SALAD WITH MOZZARELLA AND PROSCIUTTO

Posted By Stacy |

A scattering of sweet melon and plump figs creates a beautiful backdrop for savory Italian flavors - crispy prosciutto and fresh mozzarella (you can use buffalo mozzarella, bocconcini or burrata). Serve this salad as a first course or a light meal wi...

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Rainbow Soba Salad

Posted By Stacy |

Ingredients: 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 1 1/2 tablespoon low-sodium tamari 1 tablespoon honey 3 cups shredded carrots (about 6 medium carrots) 1 1/2 cup shredded green cabbage 1 cup shredded red cabbage 3 kale leaves, ste...

READ MORE »

Hanukkah Is Here Time To Make the Latkes

Posted By Stacy |

Making a great potato latke takes a little more skill than simply frying shredded potato in oil. Unless you know what you're doing, it's hard to get it right. There's always a chance the outside will burn, the inside won't cook enough and the entire ...

READ MORE »

Red Wine Hot Chocolate Is a Thing

Posted By Stacy |

Red Wine Hot Chocolate Is a Thing, and It's (Surprisingly) Delicious Frosé? That's a summer drink. Hot toddies, eggnog, mulled wine? Please, those are for your parents. No, no, the must-have drink of winter 2016, at least according to a small but d...

READ MORE »

Best Automatic Latte Machine

Posted By Stacy |

You all must be very familiar with the word latte. But there would be very few among you who knows about its origin and Best Automatic Latte Machine available in the market. Basically, Latte is originated from Italy, and ...

READ MORE »

Hormones, Metabolism, Tumeric, Magnesium and More

Posted By Stacy |

There have been some things on my mind as of late.There are so many buzz words out there. Frankly, I am confused. Can you really balance or hormones? Can you speed up your metabolism? Should I be taking Magnesium? What is all the hype ...

READ MORE »

Top 10 Ways to get More Fiber

Posted By Stacy |

I hate being told what I can't eat. Instead I ant to know, what should I eat. The answer is fiber. Boosting your intake of fiber in your diet should be tops on the list of anyone hoping to improve their nutritional profile.This is important inf...

READ MORE »

Move over, sweet tooth: Introducing the salt tooth

Posted By Stacy |

Maybe that's why you can never have just one potato chip. If you find yourself devouring the whole bag, you may have a salt tooth. High salt intake is a known risk factor for high blood pressure and stroke, so it's troubling that people with high ...

READ MORE »

Easy Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Posted By Stacy |

I loved roasted veggies.  This recipe works not only for sweet potatoes but I make Brussels sprouts and cauliflower the exact same way. Taking just a few minutes to pull together, these Parmesan roasted sweet potatoes totally fit the bill!  Not ...

READ MORE »

EGG WHITE OMELET BITES

Posted By Stacy |

  These high-protein treats are ideal for on-the-go breakfasts or early-morning tailgating. You can assemble them in the muffin pan the night before and refrigerate, then bake in the morning. To vary the recipe, mix in diced ham, oli...

READ MORE »

Gayle’s Mothers’ Noodle Kugel

Posted By Stacy |

This was amazing! I get requests at every holiday and then some to make this again and again. My mother passed away when I was only 12 years old and she was only 47. She was more of a ball buster than a ballabusta. Needless to say there weren...

READ MORE »

Try The Best-Tasting Raw Honey—Completely FREE

Posted By Stacy |

Whether you add a spoonful to your tea, drizzle some over oatmeal, or use it as a sugar substitute, honey is an indispensably sweet staple in most kitchens. But, if you’re used to buying honey that comes in the cute plastic bear bottl...

READ MORE »

RALPH LAUREN POLO BAR MIXOLOGIST BOX

Posted By Stacy |

Filled with iconic pieces from the Polo Bar, Ralph Lauren's first restaurant in New York City, this mixologist box is the ultimate tool kit for cocktail congnoscenti. Inspired by The Polo Bar on the corner of 5th Ave and 55th St., the Ralph Lauren P...

READ MORE »

FIG AND CANTALOUPE SALAD WITH MOZZARELLA AND PROSCIUTTO

Posted By Stacy |

A scattering of sweet melon and plump figs creates a beautiful backdrop for savory Italian flavors - crispy prosciutto and fresh mozzarella (you can use buffalo mozzarella, bocconcini or burrata). Serve this salad as a first course or a light meal wi...

READ MORE »