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For Your Health: All About Fire Cider and How To Use It

Have you heard of Fire Cider? This popular herbal remedy, made from simple, raw ingredients that many of us use to cook with every day, is a combination of immune boosting herbs, roots, and peels steeped in vinegar. The good stuff to know – it’s reported to be anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, a decongestant, and circulation boosting. Iterations and ingredients will vary
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New Ways to Eat: Summer Watermelon

Welcome to “New Ways to Eat,” in which we will take beloved foods that are already great, just as they are, and then still have some fun gussying them up with other delicious things. It’s making a great thing even more great, because we can. Today’s Subject: the Watermelon. Some history, and a debate: is the watermelon
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Strange and Wonderful Snacks for the Return of Twin Peaks

Whether you’ve got hours and hours of binge-watching old episodes ahead, or if you’re planning Sunday evening viewing parties for the next few months, Twin Peaks is coming back onto many of our radars. And with so much screen time ahead, you’re going to need snacks. Director David Lynch has made it widely known that
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For Those That Believe Everything’s Better With Bacon…Meet The Bacon Jams

Spreadable bacon. Who knew? Bruce Kramer and Michael Oraschewsky knew…and did. The Bacon Jams was originally conceptualized as an ingredient in a snack on a Philadelphia Eagles tailgate menu, and the product line and popularity have only grown since them. Bruce Kramer and Michael Oraschewsky started selling their jam concoction online in 2013, and now sell them in nearly every
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March (Cheese) Madness Approaches – An Interview With Last Year’s Champ, L’Amuse

Flashback – the year was 2016. March Cheese Madness was the game. The categories: Firm, Semi, Blue and Soft. The players – 32 of our favorite cheeses. We ate, we voted, we ate some more.  L’Amuse, the reigning queen of aged Gouda to which all others simply bow, took home a stunning victory, crushing competitors
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“Nun Feta,” And How To Eat It

Our new favorite feta in the store has quite the story. It’s made by Greek orthodox nuns, in the city of Larissa in the mountains of the Peloponnese, in a monastery built by Saint Dominious in 1520. It’s also really good—we didn’t just buy it for the fun descriptors, believe it or not. Let’s step back a
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