Monthly Archives: February 2014

Hot Peppers - Can They Spice Up Your Health?

Posted on February 1, 2014

Peppers can spice up a meal, but can they spice up your health? Yes, they can. Chile peppers such as habaneros, serranos and jalapeños offer several potential health benefits. Capsaicin, a substance...

Spice Blends to Try This Winter

Posted on February 1, 2014

Single spices have their use, but don't forget about the blends! Combinations of spices and herbs are perfectly balanced flavors that have truly withstood the test of time, many of which developed...
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From the Tropics to the Tundra: Spices Warm Us Up

Posted on February 1, 2014

Though cultivation and preparation of many spices originated in some of the world's warmest climates, they're now popular worldwide, including in cold climates, such as Minnesota in winter. Though...
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Crank Up the Heat with Hot Peppers

Posted on February 1, 2014

Products flavored with habaneros, jalapeños, chipotles and ancho peppers are found in every department, in products like BBQ sauces, salsas, hummus, cheese and much more. How well do you know the...
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This Valentine's Day, Heat Things Up in the Kitchen

Posted on February 1, 2014

If you're looking to spice things up with your sweetheart this Valentine's Day, hit the market for ingredients and foodstuffs with heat! From fiery ethnic foods to kicky condiments, turn the dial up...
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Cold Fusion: Summer Favorites Become Winter Soups

Posted on February 1, 2014

Unless you're lucky enough to be reading this issue of "In Touch with Kowalski’s" on a beach somewhere, you may only be dreaming of warmer weather, maybe even warm-weather foods. We were inspired to...
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Easy Weeknight Soups

Posted on February 1, 2014

Homemade soup is the choice of the season, but it's not always an ideal option for a busy weeknight. Unless you had the forethought to make extra last weekend and freeze it, many soup recipes are...
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