RECIPE: White Gazpacho, The Original Recipe

A specialty of Spain and Portugal, gazpacho is a cold raw vegetable peasant soup originating in Andalusia, the southernmost region of Spain. Originally made from old bread, olive oil and garlic, the recipe was in use when the Romans conquered the Iberian Peninsula (218-19 B.C.E.). The name is of Arabic origin, and literally means “soaked…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: National Zucchini Day, Spiral Zucchini & Zucchini Pasta

Whether served raw, roasted, baked, grilled, sautéed, pickled, or fried, zucchini is one of the most versatile vegetables, and a seasonal summer favorite that’s abundantly available at farm stands and supermarkets. This summer squash is very low in calories—33 calories for a medium zucchini. There are many wonderful ways to serve zucchini: Garnishes Gratin Grilled…
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PRODUCT: Tribe To Go, Hummus & Pita Chips Single Serve

Hummus is the second-fastest growing category in the grocery aisles with the on-the-go segment experiencing the most growth. Sales of hummus “snack sets” have seen major increases, up more than 70% since last year. So it’s no surprise that Tribe Hummus, a leading brand, has entered the category with Tribe Humus & Pita Chips, a…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Diet Ice Pops

Turn diet soft drinks into ice pops. Photo courtesy Taza.   Looking for something sweet, cool, and virtually non-caloric? You can buy sugar-free or no sugar added ice pops from Edy’s or Popsicle. Or, you can make your own from your favorite diet soft drink. It couldn’t be easier. Prep time is five minutes plus…
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