TIP OF THE DAY: Peppered Popcorn

Add fresh-ground pepper to popcorn for a treat with heat. Photo by Katharine Pollak | THE NIBBLE. We were recently enjoying a shipment of delicious Doc Popcorn when one of the flavors leaped out of the bag to capture our heart and palate. It was Salt-n-Pepper: classic salted, buttered popcorn with a healthy dose of…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Healthy Bagels

Dill is often used to garnish a plate of smoked salmon—it’s a perfect pairing. So we tried snipping fresh dill onto our bagel with cream cheese and smoked salmon. The verdict: the more dill, the better. The pretty, fragrant herb also has a heap of health benefits. It has compounds that fight free radicals, neutralize…
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PRODUCT: Kodiak Cakes, Whole Grain & Delicious

These boxed brownie, cookie and pancake/ waffle mixes will make you want to roar for more. Photo by Hannah Kaminsky | THE NIBBLE. Are you looking for ways to add more whole grains to your diet? Or do you already shy away from white, processed flour in flavor of whole grains? In any scenario, take…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: 479° Popcorn

Whether you want to pop it yourself or buy it ready-to-eat, 479° Popcorn is a treat every popcorn lover should try. Whether you like sweet or savory popcorn, there’s a gourmet flavor for you. 479° Popcorn is hand-crafted in small batches in heavy copper kettles. While still warm, the popped corn is tossed with with…
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NEWS: Oatmeal, The New “Hot” Food?

A healthy, hearty bowl of Holly’s Oatmeal. Starbucks began selling oatmeal in portable covered bowls this fall, and it has proven to be one of the most successful food products the company has introduced, according to an article in this week’s Wall Street Journal. Smoothie chain Jamba Juice has launched oatmeal in Chicago, with a…
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