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Burger Bonanza: Part II

Posted on June 1, 2016

Bring something new to the table when you replace your favorite beef burger recipe with bison. Since bison are wild animals, the meat is naturally leaner than beef. It has fewer calories and more...
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Think Pink

Posted on June 1, 2016

Another rosé season is here, and it promises to be the best year for pink wines ever. Producers and suppliers were caught off guard last spring when rosés exploded in popularity like never before....
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Foodie History: The Moscow Mule

Posted on June 1, 2016

Bubbly, crisp and refreshing with lively layers and zingy lime, the Moscow Mule has fairly recently come to epitomize accessible sophistication. Its snappy spice of ginger makes for an incredibly...
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Minty Mocktails

Posted on June 1, 2016

Mint is one of the most popular herbs used in cocktails. It makes an appearance in many standard summer sippers, from Mint Juleps to Mojitos. But refreshment shouldn't be reserved for boozy beverages...
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Product Spotlight: Ripe Bar Juice

Posted on June 1, 2016

Cold-pressed, unpasteurized fresh juice mixers from RIPE Bar Juice are never heated or from concentrate. They make ridiculously fresh cocktails! Say "goodbye" to juice from concentrate, "ta-ta" to...
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Seasonal Supper - June 2016

Posted on June 1, 2016

As we transition to salad season, we still want a little sustenance – specifically steak. This seasonal supper combines the best of a traditional wedge salad with a bit of beef, and it couldn't be...
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Editor's Picks - June 2016

Posted on June 1, 2016

Our Editor's Picks for June 2016 are all about unique bits and bites that are each a tad different. From a new kind of chip to perhaps the best bacon idea yet, Culinary Director Rachael Perron has...
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Quinoa Fatigue? Give Sorghum a Go!

Posted on June 1, 2016

Quinoa's been all the rage for the last several years, but there's a "new" grain in town – sorghum. I'm on the bandwagon and I hope you will be, too.What's sorghum?Sorghum looks like Israeli couscous...
Posted in Health & Nutrition

Choline: Add It to the List of Good Things for Good Health

Posted on June 1, 2016

Choline is a nutrient we rarely hear about, yet it's doing impressive things in our bodies. It is essential to:a healthy metabolism (how we burn and use the food and calories we eat)brain...
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Our Award Winner

Posted on June 1, 2016

Kowalski's very own Nutritionist, Sue Moores, M.S., R.D., recently received two respected awards in recognition of her leadership and innovation in the area of food and nutrition. The Minnesota...
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