Monthly Archives: April 2015

Pistachios Strut Their Stuff

Pistachios aren’t just for ice cream anymore. Bartenders all around the country have discovered that the pale green goodness of the solid nut can be shaved into elegant curls for garnishing the rims of glassware or floated across a delicious concoction prepared with pistachio-infused liquor. Crush pistachios into granules for a crunchy rim decor on…

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Diners Welcome Le District

If you love French food and are in the New York area, you’re likely quite pleased with the news that Le District Beaubourg Brasserie is officially open. The site is 30,000 square feet, and is home to both a French restaurant and marketplace. Le District is even divided into four parts: The Garden District offers…

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The Egg Is Making a Comeback at the Breakfast Table

The egg has had quite a rehabilitation of its image lately. First, a health advisory panel of the U.S. government said there was no evidence that eating foods containing cholesterol actually increased levels of it in the body. As a result, it recommended lifting the admonishment against eating eggs. Now, eggs just got another mention…

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Fast Food Proximity Linked to Diabetes and Obesity

A new study is attempting to link diabetes and obesity to the number of fast food restaurants located near a person’s home. The study was based in the UK and focused on 10,000 individuals from all walks of life. Researchers found that there were nearly twice as many fast food joints in neighborhoods that were…

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McDonald’s Plans to Offer All- Day Breakfast

The one time leader fast food sales, McDonald’s, has been experiencing an overall loss in sales revenue over the past several years stated Sam Tabar. According to Wikpedia.com, The loss in sales revenue for the fast food giant are due to several causes including increased competition from other restaurants and changing consumer preferences. In an…

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