PRODUCT: Cetara Anchovies, Among The Best

Anchovies get a bad rap in the U.S. They typically appear on “most hated foods” lists. That’s because many people were first introduced to cheap, oily, odoriforus, overly salty and “fishy” tasting examples on pizzas or in Caesar salads at the local diner. (One reason they’re so intense is that casual restaurants don’t take the…
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COOKING VIDEO: Healthy Chips And Dip

  As a nation, we love crunchy snacks and creamy dips. As calorie counters, we don’t. In this video, chef Curtis Stone shows how easy it is to make your own lowfat baked chips (commercial chips can have 30% fat) and lowfat, low-calorie dips. They taste good and keep you looking good (Chef Stone looks…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Crunchies Healthy Snacks

Addictively good and good for you snacks. Photo by Elvira Kalviste | THE NIBBLE.   Crunchy, freeze-dried vegetable and fruit snacks have been growing in popularity. They taste good, provide the crunch factor, are full of fiber and moderate in calories. If you haven’t tried them, you’re missing out. One of our favorite brands is…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Make Your Own Corned Beef & Pastrami

Some home cooks just like to go the extra yard. Why buy corned beef and pastrami when you can make your own? You can create the complex flavors and tender texture that will bring kudos from others at the dinner table while you get deeper in touch with your inner chef. The first time you…
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