Tag Archives: Food

Fresh Ideas for Valentine’s Day


February 14th, Valentine’s Day is coming up fast and you want to do something a little different this year. You don’t want buy the same old heart shaped box of chocolate and a dozen red roses; you already did champagne … Continue reading

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Go On! Have a Cup of Airmeith’s Naturals New England Chai

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In some parts of the world the word Chai is just the word for tea. The Chai I am talking about is the rich thick brew that is made with black tea, whole milk, a combination of various spices and … Continue reading

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St.Patrick’s Day Tradition – U.S. Version


Although the exact beginnings of corned beef have been lost to history, it most likely came about when people began preserving meat through salt-curing. Evidence of its legacy is apparent in numerous cultures, including Ancient Europe, and the Middle East. … Continue reading

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Autumn Tonics & Foods


The beginning of fall brings with it change. Preparing yourself for the cold months ahead is just as important as the more commonly known Spring cleanse. During the fall season it is all about building your immune system, nourishing yourself … Continue reading

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Horseradish – Herb of the year for 2011


Horseradish is a botanical superhero, able to clear sinuses, boost the flavor of sauces and provide lush vegetation in a single bound. Its versatility and underappreciated ubiquity make horseradish a perfect candidate for the International Herb Association’s Herb of the … Continue reading

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