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(StatePoint) Whether you live for culinary adventure or unfamiliar items on your plate make you nervous, trying new foods is a worthwhile endeavor. But even avid foodies don’t have the time to try everything.
(BPT) - Should you buy eggs instead of cereal? Popcorn in place of pretzels? For consumers seeking “better-for-you” foods at the grocery store, these types of decisions can feel overwhelming, and for some, time-consuming.
(NAPSI)—Paul Hart, 26, a single father in Las Vegas, struggled with his weight for years. As he passed the 250-pound mark, Hart decided it was time for a change. He didn’t want to develop Type 2 diabetes like his parents and he wanted to be active and healthy to enjoy playing with his 6-year-old daughter. So when Hart stumbled on an ad looking to test a new online personalized health tool for weight loss, he decided to give it a try.
(BPT) - These days, when it comes to produce, the catch words are "local" and "seasonal." Local and seasonal, like fresh and organic, can mean a lot of different things, according to Jim Gallivan, department chair of Culinary Arts at The International Culinary School at The Art Institute of Atlanta and author of several cookbooks, including "The Adventure Cookbook" and "The New Spa Cuisine."
Some might say it was the greatest temptation since Eden.
(Family Features) We all want to eat more vegetables - and in the summer, when farmers markets and grocery stores are filled with fresh, colorful produce, it's easier than ever. From juicy red tomatoes and yellow sweet corn to vibrant green broccoli, seasonal produce can be even more enjoyable with the addition of spices and herbs.
(BPT) - This summer, take advantage of grilling fresh seasonal produce as well as meats, chicken and fish and trying some new marinades.
(BPT) - Don’t let the first “ding-dong” of the doorbell catch you up to your elbows in dirty dishes and half-finished appetizers.
In summer, outdoor dining is the name of the game -- whether you’re hosting friends or just feeding the family on your patio. Unfortunately, many traditional grilling options can be time-consuming to prepare and high in calories, fat and sodium.
(StatePoint) In summer, outdoor dining is the name of the game -- whether you’re hosting friends or just feeding the family on your patio. Unfortunately, many traditional grilling options can be time-consuming to prepare and high in calories, fat and sodium.
(StatePoint) With Easter just around the corner, you’re probably thinking about how to keep the holiday celebration fresh and new, while also honoring those family traditions everyone loves. One way to meld old and new in celebration of Easter is through everyone’s favorite holiday tradition -- the food!
From grilled asparagus and roasted yams, to pancakes, eggs and bacon, Sunday brunch at the Sundance Cafe at the Hilton El Conquistador has a variety for the entire family.
Each Sunday, the resort's Sundance Café is now serving-up a unique take on brunch with its Sunday Brunch buffet.
Tohono Chul Garden Bistro highlights the natural beauty of the southwest while offering exceptional cuisine. Located on the grounds of Tohono Chul Park, at 7366 N. Paseo del Norte, this restaurant is positioned in the center of a mystical desert environment, creating a delightful atmosphere for incoming guests.
When North decided to redo it’s menu, and restaurant décor, I have to admit I was a little skeptical. This Fox Restaurant holds a soft place for me as it became a regular stop when my husband and I would sneak off for a Sunday brunch date.
Arizona is not like most states. The seasons are not on schedule. Arizona barely has a fall, winter is mild, and spring is short-lived. That means planting can be tough for most gardeners.
A kaleidoscope of visually striking sights will light up the night at the Splash, summer charity event benefiting the arts.
As May approaches, so does the end of the school year, and luckily for me, graduation. But, with graduation comes parties, and lots of them.
Oro Valley’s Harvest Restaurant fell under new ownership in October, and after nearly six months of Reza and Lisa Shapouri setting the menu for both lunch and dinner, it was time to test the food.
I thought with asparagus being in season, I would share what has become a favorite in our house. Growing up, I just ate pepperoni pizza, and nothing else.
While the traditional favorite is pepperoni on pizza, asparagus is good for change.
With spring being here, the first thing that comes to this foodies’ mind is fresh asparagus.
Acacia real food & cocktails gets their name because they believe that “local, sustainable and naturally-produced foods are inherently better for consumption than the alternative.”
During Arizona Restaurant Week, eateries across the Northwest and throughout Tucson pick some menu favorites, knock real dollars off their prices, and reach out to new customers.