TIP OF THE DAY: Pisco From Peru

July 26th is National Pisco Day—a day to drink Pisco, and to try Brazil’s national cocktail, the Pisco Sour (recipe below). We’re about to introduce you to Pisco. Below you’ll find: The History Of Pisco Pisco Cocktails Pisco Sour Recipe   But first:     WHERE WOULD WE BE WITHOUT THESE FOOD STAPLES FROM PERU?…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: National Ceviche Day & Ceviche Recipes

June 28 is National Ceviche Day in Peru, where it one of the national dishes. The holiday has arrived in the U.S.—a healthy celebration. Ceviche—shellfish cured by citrus juice acid—has been popular in Latin America for many centuries. It dates some 2,000 years to an Inca dish of raw marinated fish. The dish was discovered…
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PRODUCT: Cetara Anchovies & Anchovy Pasta Recipe

Anchovies get a bad rap in the U.S. They typically appear on “most hated foods” lists. That’s because many people were first introduced to cheap, oily, odoriferus, overly salty and “fishy” tasting examples on pizzas or in Caesar salads at the local diner. One reason those anchovies are so intense is that casual restaurants don’t…
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COOKING VIDEO: Healthy Chips And Dip

  As a nation, we love crunchy snacks and creamy dips. As calorie counters, we don’t. In this video, chef Curtis Stone shows how easy it is to make your own lowfat baked chips (commercial chips can have 30% fat) and lowfat, low-calorie dips. They taste good and keep you looking good (Chef Stone looks…
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