TIP OF THE DAY: Bone Broth For Breakfast

[1] A hot, hearty, nutritious breakfast (photo courtesy Good Eggs). [2] You can buy bone broth in multiple or individual serving sizes (photo courtesy Appetite For Health).   Over the last couple of years, bone broth—made from the bones of beef or chicken—has become the nutrition du jour, for lunch, dinner, and for breaks during…
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PRODUCT: Easy Coconut Macaroon Mix For Passover

Macaroons are a delicious cookie year-round. The originals were invented by Italian monks from ground almonds. The name derives from the Italian maccherone. Italian Jews adopted the cookie for eight-day observation of Passover, because it was free of restricted ingredients like flour and leavening. The macaroon was introduced to other European Jews and became popular…
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FOOD 101: The History Of Jam, Jelly & Preserves

We’ve already done a turn on the the history of peanut butter. Today it’s jelly’s turn. Before we start on its history, check out the different types of fruit spreads: not just jam, jelly and preserves, but chutney, conserve, curd, fruit butter and marmalade. The history of jam and preserves begins with the history of…
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