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Minestrone, literally "big soup," is an Italian classic packed with vegetables, pasta, and beans. A bowl of minestrone can be a meal all by itself. Continue »
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Now that the holidays are behind us, we are looking for ways to eat healthy after a bit of indulgence. Eating more vegetables is a good place to start. So whether you live a vegetarian lifestyle, cook for a family member who does, or just want a great meat-free option to add to your family dinner mix, the chefs at The Culinary Institute of America suggest a delicious and healthy take on a classic comfort food with Beans Bourguignon. Continue »
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By Derrek J. Hull, Blogger-in-Chief With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the holiday season is officially in full swing. And if the thought of entertaining family and friends or braving the crowds at the mall is making you overly anxious, why not stir up a couple boozy concoctions to spice up the festivities? Holiday cheers! Read more. Related articles Thirsty Thursday: Roman Holiday Continue »
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By Derrek J. Hull, Blogger-in-Chief The National Restaurant Association's inaugural “What’s Hot in 2013 - Alcohol” survey of nearly 200 professional bartenders – members of the United States Bartenders’ Guild (USBG) – shows onsite barrel-aged drinks, food-liquor pairings, and culinary cocktails will be the hottest trends on restaurant drink menus. Already a strong trend on restaurant menus, local sourcing will also play a big role in mixology next year. Here are the top 10 drink menu trends for 2013: 1.... Continue »
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Today is all about voting and us being at our wit's end until we get the results. I thought I would lighten up the day with what we will all probably be doing while waiting for the presidential outcome: drinking.... Continue »
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Each week, we scout for great posts in our Typepad Showcase that fit a particular theme and are guaranteed to inspire. This week, we're rounding up the best of Typepad's food bloggers and spotlighting fall... Continue »
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If you love paper, you'll love Stationery Scoop, a blog by Heidi, owner of Botanical Paperworks. Botanical Paperworks manufactures and sells seed paper - after you've enjoyed your greeting, you can plant the card and... Continue »
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Harriete Estel Berman, creator of Ask Harriete, creates one-of-a-kind jewelry and sculptures from recycled materials. You're unlikely to find pieces like hers anywhere else, so take a look if you're shopping for someone extra special.... Continue »
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Eloise creates fairytale-inspired art that is sure to capture your imagination. You can choose from prints, jewelry, buttons and more. We especially love her new line of stationery that includes adorable journals and bookmarks. That's... Continue »
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NAME: Shauna Reid BLOG: The Amazing Adventures of Dietgirl TYPEPAD MEMBER SINCE: 2004 WHY WE THINK THE AMAZING ADVENTURES OF DIETGIRL ROCKS: Shauna Reid is an institution in weight loss blogging, and with good reason; she's been in the thick of food issues, understands life on the high and low... Continue »
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NAME: Ruth Reichl BLOG: Ruth Reichl TYPEPAD MEMBER SINCE: 2009 WHY WE THINK RUTH REICHL ROCKS: She probably needs no introduction, but Reichl was the Editor in Chief of Gourmet Magazine for ten years until its closing in 2009. Before that she was the restaurant critic of the The New... Continue »