Top Pick Of The Week

December 30, 2008

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Whole Grain Bagel

Is a bagel “healthy” food? Yes, when it’s a whole grain bagel like this one from French Meadow Bakery. Top it with 0% fat, thick Greek yogurt instead of cream cheese (we like Chobani, FAGE and Oikos brands). Photo by Claire Freierman | THE NIBBLE.

WHAT IT IS: Our “healthiest” Top Picks Of The Week of 2008, to get you started on a healthier 2009.
WHY IT’S DIFFERENT: These are the “guilt-free” Top Picks: Your doctor would approve.
WHY WE LOVE IT: It’s easy to eat healthy and deliciously at the same time.
WHERE TO BUY IT: See the individual reviews.

Have A Healthy New Year, With These Healthy Top Picks Of The Week

CAPSULE REPORT: We wish you a happy and healthy New Year. In fact, you can start 2009 with a pantry full of some healthy Top Picks Of The Week from 2008. These delicious foods will not only meet with your approval; they’ll get the nod from your doctor, nutritionist and trainer, too.

Read the reviews of all of these products, by clicking on the links above. And watch for our January “health month” issue, online January first.

THE NIBBLE does not sell the foods we review
or receive fees from manufacturers for recommending them.

Our recommendations are based purely on our opinion, after tasting thousands of products each year, that they represent the best in their respective categories.


Toast To The New Year

Juhlin Champagne 2009 Tiny Bubbles by Kate Simon Discovering Caviar, Andrea Swengel
Champagne Guide, 2009, by Richard Juhlins. This review of the 4,000 best-selling Champagnes is packed with information and loaded with Juhlin’s engaging style. You can make the most of your visit to Champagne, or to your local wine store. Click here or more information or to purchase.
Tiny Bubbles: Fizzy Cocktails for Every Occasion, by Kate Simon. Forty refreshing cocktails made with Champagne, Prosecco, Cava and other sparkling wines. Drinks include favorites like Mimosas and Champagne Cocktails, as well as new creations. Click here or more information or to purchase.
Discovering Caviar, by Andrea Lynn Swengel. There are 101 ways to prepare caviar in this little book, which can use expensive or inexpensive caviars. There are also storage guidelines and tips on serving (though we have plenty in THE NIBBLE’s Caviar Section). Click here or more information or to purchase.


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