TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: SooFoo Whole Grains & Legumes

Sandwiched between holiday feasting and Valentine’s Day sweets, January is “Healthy Food Month” at THE NIBBLE. Our first few Top Picks of the year are foods that are delicious and healthy, to start the year on America’s second most popular New Year’s resolution: lose weight/eat healthier (first on the list is better money management). SooFoo,…
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COOKING VIDEO: Healthy Tuna Salad Recipe

  Most people make a new year’s resolution to eat healthier. So we’re starting the new year with a way to turn that family favorite—mayonnaise-laden tuna salad (or chicken salad)—into a healthy dish, rather than one filled with calories and cholesterol. Yes, it means giving up the mayo. If you need to take baby steps,…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Host A Monthly Tea Party

You don’t need a fancy tea set to host a tea party; everyday cups will do. Photo by Sara Sang | IST.   Afternoon tea—not high tea*—is a traditional British meal taken in mid-afternoon. It’s an elegant snack and social hour between lunch and dinner. A pot of tea plus nibbles—a choice of finger sandwiches,…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Check Your Spices, Dried Herbs & Canned Goods

Happy New Year! Some people we know spend New Year’s Day in bed with a book. Others go out to brunch or a movie, watch football or go ice skating. One couple hosts an annual Bloody Mary party (January 1st is National Bloody Mary Day). We check our dried herbs and spices for freshness (and…
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