TIP OF THE DAY: Kamut Khorasan Wheat

Say what? KAMUT® (kah-MOOT) is the manufacturer and brand name of a Khorasan wheat that is available in the US. Khorasan is an ancient wheat, the grain of which is two times larger than modern wheat. It has a rich, nutty flavor. As produced by Kamut, it’s organic and whole grain—just as it was in…
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RECIPE: Chinese Dumplings With A Twist

Take a bite of bunny dumplings for the Year Of The Rabbit. Photo by A.S. Whitman | THE NIBBLE. One of our NIBBLE colleagues is currently vacationing in India. Passing through Delhi, he dined at an haute cuisine Chinese restaurant, The House of Ming. It features both Cantonese and Szechuan cuisine, but our intrepid reporter…
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RECIPE: Easy Healthy Recipes With Salsa

Want a home-cooked meal that’s good for you and couldn’t be easier? Cook with salsa! These two recipes for Chicken Salsa and Fish Salsa show just how easy it is to take the protein, a jar of salsa, and create an easy and delicious dinner. They also work with tofu. While the protein is cooking,…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Eat 1.5 Ounces Of Healthy Nuts

Seven nuts are heart healthy; but walnuts are the healthiest of all (photo courtesy © Superior Nut Company).   Many of us have been told to steer clear of nuts: They’re high in calories and full of fat. Ah, but it’s good, heart-healthy fat. The American Heart Association recommends eating four 1.5-ounce (about a handful)…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: National Peking Duck Day

January 18th is National Peking Duck Day. We’ll be running out to our favorite Chinese restaurant for the real deal, which we’ve been enjoying since childhood. It’s our favorite Chinese dish.     WHAT IS PEKING DUCK? Only white-feathered ducks are used in the preparation, what we call Pekin ducks (not to be confused with…
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