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Indian Spiced Chai Tea Recipe

By admin | December 29, 2011

By: Saira Malhotra Growing up, I never understood the fascination of spiced tea. While I enjoy a good cup of tea as well as spice in my every savored-bite, I could never fathom why one would combine the two experiences. Recent years have seen the rise of the ‘chai’. Becoming a quintessential choice of beverage Read More

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Detox Recipe: Green Tea and Clove Granita

By admin | December 7, 2011

By:Saira Malhotra Today’s final detox recipe for our Detox Mini Series is a dessert, because all meals should end with dessert. That’s why we’re featuring a green tea and clove steeped, honey sweetened Granita. B don’t be fooled by this this gravel textured frozen number with its dessert-like qualities; this Granita has a detox job to Read More

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Detox Recipe: Green Tea and Clove Granita

By admin | December 7, 2011

By:Saira Malhotra Today’s final detox recipe for our Detox Mini Series is a dessert, because all meals should end with dessert. That’s why we’re featuring a green tea and clove steeped, honey sweetened Granita. B don’t be fooled by this this gravel textured frozen number with its dessert-like qualities; this Granita has a detox job to Read More

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Interview With Michael Clayton: Harlem’s Lemonade and Iced Tea Purveyor

By admin | November 16, 2011

By: Michele Wolfson If you’ve ever walked around the streets of Harlem and felt parched, Harlem resident Michael Clayton always seems to be right there to rescue you. Michael Clayton offers Lemonade and Iced Tea “like your grandma used to make” all around central Harlem for $2 a cup. He has lived in Harlem for 30 Read More

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Ginger Tea Tonic Recipe

By admin | November 4, 2011

By: Ashley Bode Heading out on a Friday night, you might not expect to find yourself sipping on a cup of tea, unless that tea is spiked. Spirit makers and bartenders nationwide are realizing our love affair with tea and have taken this inspiration to the limit. Starting with the Long Island Iced Tea, bartenders have Read More

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Food Allergies at a Steady Incline

By admin | October 12, 2011

By: Dylan Rodgers What would cause a body to kill itself?  I am sure the first answer to conjure in your mind wasn’t “food”.  It wouldn’t have seemed logical to accuse the very thing that sustains our lives as the cause of roughly 200 deaths per year.  To be clear, I am not talking about improperly Read More

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Steak Sandwich with Horseradish Cream Sauce Recipe

By Emma Haberman | August 30, 2011

Uh oh! Your weekend BBQ got rained out and now your fridge is full of leftover steak. What a delicious problem to have! I am of the mindset that all leftovers can be brought back to life by whipping them into a sandwich – a good loaf of bread goes a long way. This sandwich is a Read More

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