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Summer Foods to Beat the Heat

By Tawnya Manion | May 30, 2013

Photo: John P
Photo: John P

Photo: John P

As temperatures begin to rise it’s important to consume foods and beverages that help lower your body temperature and make you feel refreshed and light. Luckily, nature provides an abundant array of seasonal fruits and vegetables that enable everyone to stay cool and revitalized all summer long. So, next time the heat robs your ambition to cook or dampens your appetite, try these tips to stay cool in and out of the kitchen.

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Happy Hour: Green Juice Cocktails

By Ashley Beck | May 1, 2013

photo by: roboppy
photo by: roboppy

Photo: roboppy

With the juice trend sky rocketing, it was only a matter of time before green juice found its way into our cocktails.  But honestly what could be better than combining your after work wind down with a refreshing companion that’s actually good for you. There is something about the mix of the two that seems just the right amount of wrong. It could be that it makes you feel less guilty to have that second cocktail. It could be the contrast of healthy vs. vice. It could even be that they cancel each other out. We’re not exactly sure and yet that’s precisely why it is the perfect union. Read More

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