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I Went to Whole Foods’ New Cheaper Store and Here’s What I Learned — Our Food Budgets, Ourselves

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Share You know that joke about how Whole Foods should be called Whole Paycheck? It seems the corporate poobahs have heard it, too. This year, the company plans to roll out more of their new lower-price-point supermarkets called 365 by Whole Foods Market. Sound familiar? Whole Foods’ longstanding, dependable house label 365 Everyday Value is the centerpiece of these stores, which promise to be an economic alternative while adhering to Whole Foods’ ideals of hormone- and antibiotic-free meat and milk; no hydrogenated fats, artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives; cage-free…

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24 Essential Recipes for Your St. Patrick’s Day Celebration — Recipes from The Kitchn

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Share When it comes to holiday celebrations, St. Patrick’s Day holds an array of delicious possibilities. It might not be traditionally Irish, but we’re just as excited to don something green and whip up a Shamrock Shake as we are to load our plates with corned beef and cabbage. From Irish soda bread and colcannon, to a Guinness-spiked chocolate cake and festive drinks, these are the 24 essential recipes for a memorable St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Breakfast Why wait until dinner to start the St. Paddy’s Day celebration? From scones…

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5 Obligatory Irish Foods You Should Be Eating on St. Patrick’s Day

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by Allison Milam in Holidays , March 14th, 2017 Even if decking yourself in green on St. Patrick’s Day isn’t your thing, odds are you can get down with some traditional Irish foods. These hearty dishes are so good, we don’t wait around for St. Paddy’s Day to dig in — but we’re so glad to have another excuse. Corned Beef Tyler Florence treats brisket to a flavor-packed brine, before slow-cooking it in a Dutch oven for hours on end. In the end, he achieves fall-apart Corned Beef and Cabbage…

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Sweet & Smoky Sausage Pizzas

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You’ll be surprised at the incredible flavors of this pizza. The wine, thyme and peach preserves elevate this pizza to company-worthy status. —Tammie Haas, Cape Girardeau, Missouri Recommended: 55 Snacks for Your March Madness Party Test Kitchen Approved Prep: 45 min. Bake: 20 min. MAKES: 32 servings Test Kitchen Approved Prep: 45 min. Bake: 20 min. MAKES: 32 1 pound bulk Italian sausage 1 teaspoon dried thyme, divided 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder 1/2 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon seasoned salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 2 teaspoons plus 1 tablespoon olive oil,…

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10 of Our Best Tips for Meal Planning for One | Kitchn

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Ginger and Cilantro Baked Tilapia Alternately, almost every recipe can be cut in half. All it takes is some simple math (like, seriously simple) and you might have to adjust the cook time, depending on what you’re making. Just keep an eye on it and you’ll be golden — but not too golden. Learn how : 3 Tips for Halving Any Recipe Like a Pro 2. Portion out your meat. As soon as you get home from the supermarket, break your packs of, say, chicken breasts into individual servings and…

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March Cleaning Checklist

Naturally Frugal Living / March Cleaning Checklist March Cleaning Checklist by Jody Leave a Comment I can almost feel those beautiful spring breezes and see those tiny buds ready to spring forth. That can only mean one thing, spring is on it’s way. This makes me ready to shed even more layers of clutter and filler around the house and pack it up for good, or at least until October-ish. If you are being bitten by the spring cleaning bug, I hope that you will join me again this month…

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Holi Special: 6 Tips on How to Make Natural, Homemade Colours

Holi Special: 6 Tips On How To Make Natural, Homemade Colours Holi Special: 6 Tips on How to Make Natural, Homemade Colours NDTV Food | Updated: March 10, 2017 20:38 IST Tweeter The festival of colours is here! It’s time to start the celebrations by getting all the basics ready at home. And the first thing on the list is of course Holi colours. While there are numerous stores in your neighbourhood from where you can pick up the colours from, they are definitely not safe for your health. Artificial…

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Holi 2017: 8 Ways You Can Protect Your Skin from Harmful Colours

Holi 2017: 8 Ways You Can Protect Your Skin From Harmful Colours Holi 2017: 8 Ways You Can Protect Your Skin from Harmful Colours NDTV Food | Updated: March 10, 2017 15:34 IST Tweeter The festival of Holi will be celebrated on 13th March this year. The long weekend makes it perfect to have a gala time with friends and family. Everyone seems to be gearing up to celebrate by bringing home a range of colours, preparing traditional Holi sweets and snacks, decorating the house, inviting people over home, so…

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Chana dal halwa recipe

Label : FESTIVALS , SWEETS Chana dal, split chick pea is soaked, roasted well in lots of ghee until aromatic, cooked in milk and added with sugar to make this simple sweet, chana dal halwa. I was thinking to post something simple and sweet as Holi special recipe, I though first I would try moong dal halwa, but then I saw this one and decided to make chana dal halwa. Never expected this much tasty result to be honest. But I knew it would turn out great when the aroma…

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Shamrock Yarn Craft

Naturally Frugal Mom / Shamrock Yarn Craft Shamrock Yarn Craft by Katie Hale Leave a Comment This Shamrock yarn craft for kids is an easy clover activity for St. Patrick’s Day. I love making fun things with the kids, and this Irish Shamrock Yarn Craft is a great addition to any St. Patrick’s Day or Spring craft activity. This is ideal for younger kids to make since it involves those fine motor skills. It is also a fun way to teach more about Irish traditions and the folklore around Shamrocks…

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Badrinath Ki Dulhania: Varun Dhawan’s Chiseled Look Took Serious Effort

Varun Dhawan would be seen in Badrinath Ki Dulhania with Alia Bhatt. He would playing the role of a small town boy from Jhansi Varun underwent a special fitness routine for his character Varun Dhawan would be seen in Badrinath Ki Dulhania with Alia Bhatt. The film releases on 10th March, three days before Holi. Chartbuster songs, quirky dialogues and crackling chemistry between the leads, Badrinath Ki Dulhania seems to be packed with all the essentials required for a perfect Holi Blockbuster. Varun is particularly excited for the role as…

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The Different Types of Grapes for Eating & Making Wine

The Different Types Of Grapes For Eating & Making Wine The Different Types of Grapes for Eating & Making Wine Ashwin Rajagopalan | Updated: March 03, 2017 11:30 IST Table grapes: are grown for domestic consumption Wine grapes: grown primarily for wine production. Raisins and currants: classified as dried-fruits Switzerland’s Heidiland region was the setting for arguably the country’s best known work of fiction – Heidi. It’s here that I also stumbled upon Schloss Salenegg. The French might not approve, but the Swiss confirm that it sis one of Europe’s…

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Greek Tomato Soup with Orzo

My recipe for manestra, which means orzo in Greek, is a straightforward and very easy to make recipe. A few steps is all it takes to transform simple ingredients into a creamy, tomatoey one-pot-wonder in about 30 minutes. —Kiki Vagianos, Melrose, Massachusetts Prep: 10 min. Cook: 25 min. MAKES: 4 servings Prep: 10 min. Cook: 25 min. MAKES: 4 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, chopped 1-1/4 cups uncooked whole wheat orzo pasta 2 cans (14-1/2 ounces each) whole tomatoes, undrained, coarsely chopped 3 cups reduced-sodium chicken broth 2…

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You Can Eat Breakfast with Your Favorite Disney Characters

You Can Eat Breakfast with Your Favorite Disney Characters Clara Olshansky Subscribe This article originally appeared on FWx This is definitely the most enchanted breakfast you’ll ever have: this spring, Disney’s Trattoria al Forno restaurant on Disney World’s Boardwalk is turning their Bon Voyage Breakfast into a “character dining experience.” Disney characters including The Little Mermaid ‘s Ariel and Prince Eric and Tangled ‘s Rapunzel and Flynn Rider will be circling the restaurant and chatting with customers while they eat their meal. So yeah, you can eat pancakes with a…

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This Is What the Junior League Actually Does

This Is What the Junior League Actually Does This Is What the Junior League Actually Does From food trucks to mega coat drives and adoption days, these Southern Junior Leagues are super heroes to the communities they serve. Courtesy The Association of Junior Leagues International, Inc. It’s no secret, the Junior League does a lot of good throughout our region . Here, we’re sharing a few of our favorite fundraisers and projects from Southern chapters. Junior League of Augusta The Little Black Dress Initiative This fundraiser was developed by the…

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Fat Tuesday Or More Like Paczki Day

Fat Tuesday Or More Like Paczki Day No Comments | Written on February 26, 2017 at 10:45 am , by Elizabeth Pietraszek EMAIL PRINT COMMENT Fat Tuesday is here and everyone’s been waiting for it! Seriously, who wouldn’t love an excuse to stuff their face with the best desserts? The time has come for not only your favorite, but everyone’s. It only took you and many others to fall in love with the famous Polish donut. Keep reading for the recipe… Didn’t order yours ahead of time? Neither did we,…

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The First 40 Days Without My Son – Pinch of Yum

February 21, 2017 The First 40 Days Without My Son A few weeks before Afton was born, I bought a book called The First 40 Days . Have you heard of the 4th Trimester? You know, those fresh days after you bring your baby home, when you – the powerful, beautiful, natural mother – are reeling and healing and head-over-heels in love all at once? This book embraces the idea that we should look at pregnancy and birth as more than three trimesters. That there’s so much healing and adjusting…

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Revealed: This Year’s James Beard Foundation Awards Restaurant and Chef Semifinalists

Nick Kim and Jimmy Lau, Shuko Anita Lo, Annisa Ignacio Mattos, Estela Carlo Mirarchi, Blanca, Brooklyn, NY Joe Ng, RedFarm Alex Raij and Eder Montero, Txikito Ann Redding and Matt Danzer, Uncle Boons Missy Robbins, Lilia, Brooklyn, NY Justin Smillie, Upland Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske, Contra Alex Stupak, Empellón Cocina Jody Williams, Buvette Gastrothèque Best Chef: Northeast (CT, MA, ME, NH, NY State, RI, VT) Unmi Abkin, Coco & The Cellar Bar, Easthampton, MA Karen Akunowicz, Myers + Chang, Boston Tyler Anderson, Millwright’s, Simsbury, CT Mucuy Bolles and…

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Buffalo Meatballs in Puff Pastry Cups

Buffalo Meatballs in Puff Pastry Cups – Delicious buffalo sauce meatballs stuffed inside baked puff pastry cups and topped with blue cheese dressing! Hello, my dear friends. Please meet yours and mine Superbowl chow! ⬆ 🙌 🍴 Before you say it, let me clarify: I know that “super” and “bowl” should be two separate words, but the NFL could actually go after me for using their trademarked term on my public blog… *eye roll* That’s not all I know… I know a few more things. Here they are: I know…

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