When I was a kid and adults asked me what I wanted to do when I was older, I gave people my forty year plan. I was going to play point guard in the NBA and after my all-star career ended I would become a globe-trotting archeologist. Then, reality set in.
Experts from a national research group studying health related behavior in the U.S. say we can expect certain health trends in 2013. Some of the top health and wellness trends we’ll see looking ahead are more gluten-free products on the market and less food waste. With heath care costs expected to rise 7% this year, more and more work places will put a premium on work place health.
Christmas culinary traditions differ from nation to nation, but you'd probably be hard-pressed to find one more surprising than the one in Japan. On December 25th, residents of the island nation line up to buy buckets of KFC for their yuletide celebrations.
Imagine everything you normally eat for Christmas dinner — turkey, sausages, potatoes, stuffing, vegetables, pudding (!)…everything. Now imagine all of it coated in batter and deep-fried until crispy on the outside
The fiscal cliff has been getting daily press as 2012 comes to a close. With no agreement, taxes will go up. However, that's not the only 'cliff' that could arrive in 2013. A dairy cliff is set to go into effect. A federal farm bill is set to expire on January 1st, if Congress fails to pass a new farm bill, the price of milk and other dairy products could jump sharply on January 1st.
The Augusta Salvation Army is doing distribution this week and for the food baskets they need meat. They have been looking for hams and turkeys. The type of thing you would buy as the center piece of your holiday meal. Simply by stopping by the grocery store, picking up something fitting and dropping it off to them you can really help out.
When it comes to the McDonald's soft-serve ice cream dessert the McFlurry, how many sprinkles is too many sprinkles? Here is the harrowing story of one brave woman who dared to ask the question, and was promptly fired.
This popular holiday drink is traditionally made by combining raw eggs, rum and dairy and leaving it all in the fridge for up to six weeks. We basically drink our weight in the stuff every December -- how on earth have we managed to avoid being sick all this time?
Given the time of year, you might think that helping the needy would be encouraged. But that's not what happened when 60-year-old school cafeteria worker Dianne Brame gave free lunches to a student who couldn't afford them. Instead, she was fired.
Kimberly Schlapman is more than just a singer -- she's an accomplished southern cook, too. This year, the Little Big Town star kicked off her very own cooking show, 'Kimberly's Simply Southern,' on GAC. And now she's coming back for a second season of down-home southern recipes.
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