PRODUCT REVIEW: Nip ‘n Tang

Cousin to a spicy honey mustard, Nip ‘n Tang adds the bite of horseradish.   Perhaps one of the most versatile condiments around, Nip ‘n Tang combines fruit and horseradish for a sweet and spicy profile—sweet fruit and spicy/tangy horseradish. If you like peach and mango salsa and honey mustard, you’ll like Nip ‘n Tang.…
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PRODUCT REVIEW: Sticky Fingers Easy Scone Mixes

Just add water: It’s ready in 12 minutes.   We’re not too keen on most scones—they’re dry, crumbly and leaden, requiring a slathering of butter and jam. But Sticky Fingers Bakeries has pulled off a minor miracle, with a line of English scone mixes that are moist, flavorful and ready to eat in less than…
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PRODUCT REVIEW: Dagoba Organic Chocolate

Dagoba organic cacao nibs—full of antioxidants.   Dagoba (pronounced duh-GO-buh, meaning “temple of the gods”) was founded in 2001 by “head alchemist” Frederick Schilling. His philosophy states, “You can deprive the body, but the soul needs chocolate.” Metaphysics aside, Dagoba creates some of the finest organic chocolate our tongues have ever encountered—28 dark chocolate and…
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PRODUCT WATCH: Wagatha’s Dog Biscuits—Organic, Kosher & Allergy-Free

Wag for Wagatha’s!   Wagatha’s of Vermont has just introduced three wheat-free flavors to its line of 100% organic and kosher premium dog biscuits. Many of the ingredients found in Wagatha’s treats are people food, like eggs, extra virgin olive oil, herbs, honey and tomatoes. The biscuits contain vitamins D, E, and B complex as…
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REVIEW: Kool Freeze Kulfi Bars (Indian “Ice Cream”)

Kulfi is rich, creamy, and has less fat than ice cream.   Kulfi, an Indian frozen dessert similar to ice cream but made without air (overrun), is now available in cool and refreshing ice cream bars. Made in California by Kool Freeze for American palates, they’re richer, creamier and less grainy than traditional kulfi. They’re…
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