What Are Huckleberries & How To Use Them

You may think that only Huck Finn was named Hucklebery. But BabyNames.com actually lists Huckleberry as “ primarily a male name of American origin that means Sweet Berry.” Most of the fruits we enjoy today were brought to America from Europe. North America’s native fruits* are a selection of berries: blackberries, black raspberries, blueberries, cranberries,…
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Jambalaya Hot Dog Recipe For National Hot Dog Month

[1] The Jambalaya Hot Dog. You can use a Creole or Cajun sausage, or a good old American hot dog (photos #1, #3, #4 and #6 © McCormick). [2] A pot of jambalaya, served over rice (photo © Gelson’s Markets). [3] Zatarain’s smoked sausages, Cajun and Andouille. [4] Whip up jambalaya with a box of…
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Lowfat PB2 Cashew Powder & The History Of Cashews

[1] High-calorie, high-fat cashews are de-fatted into less than one-third of the calories (photos © Murray’s). [2] A jar of PB2 Cashew Powder (photos #2 and #3 © PB2 Foods). [3] Just add water and the powder becomes a spread. [4] Cut the calories by using nut powder instead of nut butter in sauces and…
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Mojito Cocktail Recipes For National Mojito Day

[1] The fixings for a classic Mojito. Note the sugar cane “swizzle stick” (photo © Jennifer Schmidt | Unsplash). [2] A classic Mojito at Seviche restaurant (photo © Seviche | Louisville). [3] A Cherry Mojito. The recipe is below (photo © Jochem Raat | Unsplash). [4] A Coconut Mojito. Here’s the recipe (photo © Firewater…
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