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Holiday Gift Suggestions This Week: Cuban Autenticidad

Cuban cocktails like the Mojito and El Presidente are best enjoyed with a great Cuban cigar, and Cigars of Habanos makes obtaining these luxury stogies a possibility with its free (no order too small or too far) worldwide shipping. Cigars... Continue Reading →

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Get A Sweet Taste Of Summer With California Avocados

(NAPSI) Summer is officially here, which means that California avocados are at the peak of their season, readily available and optimally delicious. Now is the perfect time to incorporate this nutritious and delicious fruit into just about any dish this... Continue Reading →

National Fried Chicken Day: Serv(ey)ing America’s True National Bird

Did you know?... The ultimate soul food originated in our own backyard—where Scottish chicken-frying methods were combined with West African seasoning traditions to create what is now one of the world’s favorite guilty pleasures? To celebrate National Fried Chicken Day... Continue Reading →

‘Save The Peels!’ – Join the eatCleaner® Challenge

In the U.S. alone, we eat more than 3.2 billion pounds of bananas each year – that’s 304 bananas every second. The discarded peels add tons of organic waste to our landfills, which wreaks havoc on our environment and health.... Continue Reading →

National Irish Coffee Day is January 25th! You need some recipes…

It's never too early or two late to enjoy a cup of coffee. And in honor of National Irish Coffee Day coming up on January 25th, we're passing along a couple of Irish coffee recipes, one with and one without... Continue Reading →

Gluten-Free Recipes from Explore Cuisine for National Spaghetti Day

National Spaghetti Day is January 4th!  And Explore Cuisine has sent over some recipes that any foodie can enjoy to celebrate this holiday or any day of the year. With delicious spaghetti made from chickpeas, lentils, black beans, edamame and... Continue Reading →

National Potato Day French Fry Addiction

Only 0.8% of Americans don't like French fries. Seriously.  We're addicted! For National Potato Day coming up on August 19, National Today asked 1,000 peeps about everyone's favorite carb. Consider this: Nearly 1 in 5 Americans say French fries reign... Continue Reading →

DIY Popsicles For Summer Scorcher Relief

Summer's been a scorcher! If you're health conscious like me, just any old thirst-quencher isn't going to do. Don't waste your chill-time searching. DIY instead! This Ginger Cantaloupe Popsicle recipe, sent to us this week from sustainable meal delivery company Terra's Kitchen... Continue Reading →

Summer Pops, Pies and Dairy-Free ‘Frozen Paleo’ Treats

On Summer days like the ones we've had, “I scream, you scream, we all scream,” for something sweet and cold to relieve the heat. Scream no more except with delight! A new book,  Frozen Paleo: Dairy-Free Ice Cream, Pops, Pies,... Continue Reading →

THE SAVEUR 100: What to Cook in 2016

Wait for it...and bam!  Saveur Magazine just published their annual guide. From Go-To Curry Pastes (#10) and Coffee in Taipei (#65), toOne-Hour French Onion Soup (#75) and Why We Love Watercress (#63), The SAVEUR 100 is the annual guide to... Continue Reading →

It’s National Popcorn Day! You Need a Recipe…

Here's some trivia for you: At least six localities (all in the Midwestern United States) claim to be the "Popcorn Capital of the World;": Ridgway, Illinois; Valparaiso, Indiana; Van Buren, Indiana; Schaller, Iowa; Marion, Ohio; and North Loup, Nebraska. And that... Continue Reading →

December 17 is National Maple Syrup Day: #Yum #Yummy #Yumminess

You don't need an excuse. National Maple Syrup Day is December 17th  and it's all the justification you need for an appetizing morning meal, made from the perfect recipe for the crowning breakfast sweetener. And we got a little help on... Continue Reading →

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