• Appetizers

    13 Best Super Bowl Appetizers From Target

    If you’re still trying to figure out what you’re going to be eating while you’re watching the Super Bowl, it’s definitely time for a Target run. Whether you’re trying to plan a finger food feast or a classy spread with grown-up fare, you should definitely put some of the best appetizers from Target on your Super Bowl party menu. They’re easy, cheap, and most important of all, delicious. I spend an embarrassing amount of time and money in Target — the vast majority of my family’s wardrobe, home decor, and groceries are all bought there — so I can assure  

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  • Fat Free Food

    Wellness Wednesday: Learn a new recipe each week

    Drooling over food pictures in cookbooks or on Instagram, but find yourself fixing the same staples each week? With so many food blogs and pictures of professionally-styled dishes at our fingertips, the thought of trying a new recipe may seem more overwhelming than enjoyable. However, trying a new healthy recipe each week can be interesting, exciting, and worth the work. Healthy doesn’t have to be boring and mastering new culinary skills can help up your enjoyment at dinner (and lunch and breakfast).   Benefits Trying a new new recipe can make you more mindful about what you eat. When cooking for  

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  • Fast Food Restaurant

    Vegan Fast-Food Chains Are Spreading Nationwide. Can McDonald’s Keep Up?

    America’s fast-food industry is undergoing a plant-based transformation and only those who adapt will survive. Led primarily by McDonald’s, the proliferation of fast-food in the 1950’s set a standard for how most Americans have eaten ever since: fast and cheap. Now, with concerns mounting around public health and a growing awareness of the large role of animal agriculture in the climate crisis, many consumers are turning to a new crop of fast-food chains. Vegan fast-food chains have been around as niche concepts for some time in the US, with California-based Veggie Grill being one of the first to pioneer the  

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  • International Food

    President Biden Appoints UAPB Chancellor as Chair of Board for International Food and Agricultural Development

    Chair Appointment Marks a Historic First for Board Chancellor Laurence B. Alexander President Joe Biden has announced his intent to appoint new members of the Board for International Food and Agricultural Development (BIFAD), including Chancellor Laurence B. Alexander as Chair. BIFAD is a seven-member, presidentially appointed advisory committee to USAID to ensure it brings the assets of U.S. universities to bear on development challenges in agriculture and food security and supports their representation in USAID programming. Dr. Alexander’s appointment as BIFAD Chair marks the first time the board is chaired by a leader of an 1890 public land grant university,  

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  • Healthy Food

    Healthy food restaurant endorsed by Naomi Osaka opens in West Palm Beach

    Support local journalism by getting a digital subscription to The Palm Beach Post. For a limited time, new subscribers can get full digital access for six months for only $1. Sign up here.  Sweetgreen, a national salad chain with a cult following and celebrity partner – tennis star Naomi Osaka – opens its long planned West Palm Beach location at The Square Tuesday. The fast-casual restaurant with Washington D.C. roots originally was slated to open in November at the plaza, then known as Rosemary Square. It makes its debut in the space between the Casper and Tommy Bahama stores. 

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  • Coffee Recipe

    Celebrate Irish Coffee day with this recipe from Slane Distillery

    A moment of appreciation for Irish Coffee for the day that’s in it, please. There’s nothing like cosying up by a pub fire, watching in anticipation as the bartender carefully spoons the whipped cream atop your warming tipple. After you’ve gotten the courage up to actually ask them for one, that is. Always has scared the bejaysus out of me – I’m forever ready to anxiously blurt “absolutely no worries if not” if it seems like it could be the slightest inconvenience to prepare. Just me? Luckily, whipping up a boozy brew appears to be no hassle at all for  

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  • Coffee News

    ‘Dutch Gum’ Maker Secures $2.3 Million for Coffee Pulp Product DevelopmentDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

    Daily Coffee News photo by Nick Brown. This is a representative photo and is not intended to depict Dutch Gum or its ingredients. Dutch company PectCof has secured a €2 million (US$2.2 million) funding round as it works to scale up production of a food product that uses coffee pulp as a primary ingredient. The product, called Dutch Gum, has been tested as an emulsifier, stabilizer or texturizer in various candies, sauces and beverages. It involves the reuse of coffee pulp, a byproduct of post-harvest coffee processing that is often either discarded as waste or composted for reuse on  

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