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Can your morning cup of joe make the world a better place?

Can your morning cup of joe make the world a better place?

Can’t start your day without a cup of coffee? You’re not alone; 63 percent of adult Americans drink coffee every day, according to the 2012 National Coffee Association’s National Coffee…

Adding traditional twists to the Thanksgiving meal

Adding traditional twists to the Thanksgiving meal

Across America, families will be spending Thanksgiving together, and more than likely, enjoying the same menu items they’ve enjoyed in years past. Interestingly, more than half of Americans would embrace…

Losing Pounds for a Purpose

Losing Pounds for a Purpose

              The law firm of Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, Club Fit NJ and Councilman Elie Y. Katz are cosponsoring  “Teaneck Pounds for a Purpose” to help residents get fit while…

Lights, camera, holiday party

Lights, camera, holiday party

With the holiday party season right around the corner, a growing camp of entertaining experts suggests approaching things a little less like Martha Stewart,, and a little more like Steven…

Get crafty with edible holiday appetizers

Get crafty with edible holiday appetizers

Don’t worry, Mom. In this case, it’s OK to play with your food. The latest online social media craze features awe-inspiring galleries of edible art, showcasing everyday ingredients transformed into…

Three simple ideas for creating an amazing cheese platter

Three simple ideas for creating an amazing cheese platter

An order of “extra cheese” is commonly heard in restaurants across the United States. In fact, this delectable dairy treat is enjoyed by people all around the world. The flavors…

How to lose a sweet tooth

How to lose a sweet tooth

Most of us have been there at some point. You somehow find yourself barefoot in your kitchen at midnight, eating ice cream out of the container. Alternatively, the mid-afternoon energy…

Tech tips and tricks for foodies and cooking enthusiasts

Tech tips and tricks for foodies and cooking enthusiasts

There’s nothing quite like sharing a meal to keep you connected to friends and family. Between busy schedules and long distances, even a quick meal can be tough to coordinate.…

See your diabetes in a new light this tailgating season

See your diabetes in a new light this tailgating season

Football season is here and along with that comes one of America’s favorite fall activities: tailgating! Tailgates are often synonymous with calorie-packed, high-fat foods that can make it challenging for…

New ways to enjoy fall’s bounty

New ways to enjoy fall’s bounty

Fall is a great time to try new recipes. Why? Because the markets are bursting with bounty of the harvest season.  Included in that bounty is the fall harvest of…