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Day: March 16, 2021

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One of the highlights of the past year has been working on the Top Restaurants spin-off lists, which had me seeking out vegetarian feasts or sushi omakase sets that I could lift up with the kind of positivity that has been rare in the world this year. Every time we publish one, I’m so hyped up that I’m practically dancing in my office chair. But I have to admit that this latest one about Vietnamese food gave me a lot of stress, though I adore these restaurants and pop-ups. More than any other exercise of my expertise as a restaurant … Read More

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March is national Caffeine Awareness Month – ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – March is national Caffeine Awareness Month. Even though most soda doesn’t have as much caffeine as coffee or some tea, this caffeinated, carbonated beverage can have serious health effects.

Is it soda or is it pop?

Whatever you call it, how much do you actually know about it? Half of Americans say they have a soft drink multiple times a week. How much sugar does an average can of soda contain?

The answer is 32 grams. The American Heart Association recommends no more than 25 grams of sugar

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Finding one food that offers major health benefits, is accessible, and most importantly, tastes great is sometimes easier said than done. And as a registered dietitian, I have a shortlist of foods that check all three boxes. And among my brief list, the one food that tops it is the humble strawberry.

While there are other foods that pack a punch in the nutrition department, not many are as versatile and accepted as that juicy red berry that is loved by many. And if a food doesn’t taste good, why bother eating it—am I right!?

Why are strawberries the

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The New Hampshire Food Bank said it saw a sharp increase in demand for help during 2020. Officials said they distributed more than 17 million pounds of food last year.The unemployment rate has dropped significantly in New Hampshire as it appears the pandemic may be loosening its grip on the state. On Sunday, it stood near 3%, down from 16% during the height of the pandemic. But the food bank said the need for help is still alive.The 17 million pounds of food distributed was an increase of 3 million pounds compared to 2019.The food bank held 71 mobile food … Read More

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Hello again, friends. Happy (almost) St. Patrick’s Day!

Good news: This week’s Cooking with Courtney post is chock-full of tasty recipes for you and your family. Not one, but four. A quadruple threat. Woohoo!

I’ve got three recipes to help you ring in St. Patrick’s Day, plus a brand new, chocolatey and cinnamony bread pudding microwaveable mug cake recipe that can also be Irish-ified.

Let’s discuss that briefly first. We’ve got a lot of very tasty ground to cover today…

Bread Pudding Mug Cake

Courtney Teague/Feed the Soul

Never waste an unused baguette or bread loaf again! This bread pudding

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Sunday (March 14) was “Pi Day,” with the 3/14 date notation representing 3.14, the rounded form of π (pi). Many major pizza restaurant chains took the opportunity to leverage the increased awareness brought on by the holiday to build out their loyalty program base, launching exclusive discounts and promotions only available to members. The focus on increasing membership makes sense — in this month’s Delivering on Restaurant Rewards report, created in partnership with Paytronix, PYMNTS researchers found that 39 percent of restaurant customers are inclined to spend more when restaurants offer loyalty and

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