Food Swaps for a Healthy Fat Tuesday

Happy Fat Tuesday! If you’re a Mardi Gras lover like me, and were lucky enough to celebrate in New Orleans, then you know today is all about catching those final morning parades, resting, and indulging in some yummy traditional NOLA style food.  Even if it’s “fat”...

Why You Should be Infusing Your Water with Vinegar

Detox waters with fruits have been popular for years, but have you ever tried infusing your water with vinegar? Apple cider vinegar is made from fermented apple juice, generally used in salad dressing, marinades, vinaigrettes, food preservatives, and chutneys. As one of the most...

Here’s The Tea

As our environment grows more and more affected by our actions and carbon footprints, there are always ways to cut down and promote sustainability. Below are some of the most popular tea companies doing their part to help our environment!   Arbor Teas:  Based in Ann...

2019 Food Trends

There are so many foods trend for 2019, that we are just scratching the surface and will continue to bring you more food news throughout the year. Forecasting food trends is subject to consumers’ palates and preferences, but an early report from  Mintel, Global Food...

5 Tips for a Better Sleep Before the Holidays

The weeks leading up to the holidays can be extremely stressful – intense work deadlines, holiday party planning and making sure you’ve gotten everyone’s gifts (even if they didn’t make the “nice” list) can put your mind on overdrive when trying to fall asleep. Don’t...

Waste Not, Want Not!

About one-third of all food produced for human consumption goes to waste. Between consumers, manufacturers, grocery stores and restaurants, approximately 72 billion pounds of food is wasted each year that could be feeding a family facing hunger.   Various organizations partner with non-profits in order to do...

9/11 How To Deal with Trauma

The one thing that stands out in my mind about the events of 9/11 is how angry I was. For many months after the event, I couldn’t shake it. It actually began to seem abnormal to me. Everyone was sad, grieving and weeping, yet I...