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Archive for February, 2014

The Scoop: 74,476 Reasons to Get a Bigger Pizza

We’ve boiled down the latest food news for you to peck at: Nutrition Labels Get Updated 74,476 Reasons You Should Always Get The Bigger Pizza Is Meat Made From Celebrities’ DNA a Thing? Watch Nick Kroll on Conan Eat Like a Guy in a ’70s Movie Chipotle Has a New Vegan Burrito And Then There’s [...]

10 Easy Ways to Eat More Fruits and Veggies

As a registered dietitian, I constantly find myself giving this advice to clients: Eat more fruits and vegetables. Why? Overall, they’re low in calories, high in fiber and water, and loaded with nutrients. Eating plenty of them daily can help you maintain or lose weight — and ward off various diseases. They also add so [...]

Now You Can Eat Dinner Hoisted Two Hundred Feet in the Air

There are some among us that count themselves as daredevils. They think nothing of skydiving from an airplane, riding a rickety roller coaster or eating an entire meal from Taco Bell. How do you take these people out to dinner? You can’t sit them down at a regular table. They’ll be bored to tears. Thankfully, [...]

Vegetarian Comfort Foods That Won’t Make You Miss the Meat

America’s meat dependency deserves a break. Sure, meaty meals can taste great and satisfying, but eating less of it is a smart choice, both for your health and the environment. Eating less meat can help lower your risk of heart disease and your carbon footprint. But it can often be a challenge to figure out [...]

Watch the Full Episode of Saucy & Sweet with Kelis

On Cooking Channel’s Saucy & Sweet, Grammy-nominated, Le Cordon Bleu-graduate Kelis starts her day with her publicist to discuss the marketing strategy for her upcoming album, Food (you may have heard the single Jerk Ribs).  After that, she swings by the local spice and cheese shops to stock up on fresh, exotic ingredients to prepare [...]

Beat The Wheat: Chocolate Cake with Peanut Butter Icing


AKA They Say It’s Your Birthday
 Happy birthday. Wow, you look fantastic! Let’s have some cake, shall we? Birthdays can be tough when you have celiac disease. You crave the cakes, pies and cupcakes you’ve always had, and most commercially made gluten-free cakes from a bakery or specialty store just don’t cut it. They’re dry [...]

Comfort Fest: Top 5 Chocolate Cookies

Churning out a batch of gooey or crispy chocolate cookies means you can get a weeks’ worth of desserts done all at once. Or, freeze the dough and make each cookie as needed. 1. Bobby’s Triple Chocolate Cookies Bittersweet chocolate, unsweetened chocolate and semisweet chocolate chips mean Bobby Flay’s cookies are the ultimate in chocolate [...]

Artists Undertake Expansive Sugar Cube City in Harlem

Some people like sugar in their coffee or their soda, or as a minor additive in their pasta sauce. Others, however, know that sugar was meant to act as the building blocks of a vast and extensive cityscape. A group of artists in Harlem count as some of these folks and are putting their sugar [...]

Hump Day Snack: Mardi Gras Monkey Bread Muffins

Let’s face it: We’re a long way from the good intentions of New Year’s resolutions. In fact, we’re now less than a week away from celebrating Mardi Gras with beads, booze, beignets and the grand traditions of Bourbon Street. The locals often celebrate with a classic cinnamon-laced king cake topped with sugary glaze and purple, [...]

Here is a Restaurant That Served Cat Food to People

Cats may look at their owners with a measure of disinterest, but that doesn’t mean we don’t love the heck out of those feisty fur-balls. Speaking of, just a few scant days ago was a holiday to honor said felines called Cat Day. Never heard of it? That’s because it’s only in Japan. To honor [...]

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