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Expert Interview Series: Nell Stephenson of Paleoista About the Benefits of a True Paleo Diet

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Nell Stephenson is the founder of Paleoista, a comprehensive health + wellness coaching platform she has built over the past 20 years which includes mindful eating, healthy cooking, exercise, and safe skincare. We recently spoke with Nell to get more information about what characterizes an authentic Paleo diet, and to learn about the myriad of benefits that this lifestyle approach ... Read More »

Expert Interview Series: Ted Miller of CookbookPeople About Customized Cookbooks and Gifts to Mail to Your Favorite Foodie

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Ted Miller is the co-owner of Cookbook People, which specializes in unique kitchen keepsakes that are perfect for the cook who has everything. We recently spoke with Ted about the importance of preserving traditional family recipes so that they can be passed on to future generations. Tell us a bit about yourself. Why did you decide to start a kitchen ... Read More »

Thought Leader Series: Grilling Goes Gourmet

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Trevor Kensey is an award-winning writer, photographer and self-styled “food raconteur”. To learn more about Trevor, please visit his blog, SisBoomBlog.com, where he delights readers with his inimitable style and still manages to share his most cherished recipes. Modern grilling is about a lot more more than the basic burgers, baked beans, and hot dogs of your childhood. Outdoor cooking ... Read More »

Thought Leader Series: Peruvian Foods to Tempt Your Taste Buds

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Alexis Schroeder is a 22-year-old fitness, finance and travel blogger. She writes about saving money while living a healthy, adventurous life in her 20s. Visiting Peru is not only on most people’s to-do lists because of Machu Picchu and the many other historical landmarks within the country, but also because of the amazing, traditional dishes offered within both small villages ... Read More »

Can Kennebunk Inn Beat Bobby Flay?

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Shanna O’Hea, chef/owner of Kennebunk Inn, famed for her Lobster Pot Pies and Lobster White Truffle Pizza, went head-to-head with Food Network legend Bobby Flay. Can her interesting Lobster Croque Monsieur beat Bobby’s attempt? Watch the Kennebunk Inn vs. Bobby Flay showdown below and get Shanna’s Lobster Croque Monsieur . Shop Kennebunk Inn’s Famous Maine Dishes!   3 New Ways to Enjoy ... Read More »

Recipe: The Ultimate Challah French Toast

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  There are few pleasures more delicious than the Friday night Jewish tradition of the breaking of challah bread. And Rockland County, New York’s Challah Fairy makes the enjoyment that much sweeter, because their kosher, nut-free, and dairy-free challah is the real New York deal. Friday night’s feast can be re-mixed into Saturday morning brunch decadence when you use leftover ... Read More »

Recipe: Corky’s Memphis Grits ‘n’ Q!

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    Corky’s BBQ‘s slowly cooked Memphis pork shoulder is delicious on its own but when added to grits, another southern classic, it makes for a crowd-pleasing side you can make in advance or an awesome savory breakfast. Corky’s BBQ, Memphis number 1 BBQ destination for dry-rub ribs and juicy pulled pork shared this recipe for Grits ‘n’ Q, Order Corky’s ... Read More »

5 Spring-Friendly Side Dishes to Enhance Your Steak Night

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We’ve curated the country’s best meat  from America’s cleanest ground beef from Mindful Meats‘ to Flannery Beef‘s marbled masterpieces to delicacies from America’s most famed butcher Pat LaFrieda. With all these awesome steakhouse greats just a UPS ride away, it’s time to get a steak night on the calendar. Here are five springy side dishes to create a steakhouse experience at home. ... Read More »

4 Ways to Make the Most of Your Alaskan King Crab Experience

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Famed for its delicate, slightly sweet flavor and spectacular meatiness, Alaskan King crab is the ultimate indulgence for special occasions, everyday eating, and gifting to food lovers, and it can be savored a number of ways. Whether you like to keep it simple and get cracking and eating or make the magnificent crustacean a component in a bigger dish, behold ... Read More »