This fast, simple spread will add a kick to your typical hummus, as well as some essential vitamins. Make use of the abundant butternut squash this season and serve it at your next party. Curried Roasted Butternut Squash Hummus Spread Recipe courtesy of Celine Steen at Have Cake, Will Travel 2 cups chopped roasted butternut […]
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British celebrity Timmy Mallet found himself booted off of the UK reality show I’m a Celebrity…Get Me out of Here! after the producers organized a challenge where they had to eat kangaroo penis and testicles blended into a variety of drinks and he refused.
A trio of Anderson, California girls are in hot water with their fast-food employer for dipping themselves into the sink used to clean dishes and taking photos that landed on Myspace.
Whether you have a cold or it’s cold outside, soup season is here and there’s no better way to use an abundance of winter greens than this Chickpea and Kale Soup. While the name mentions North Africa, you won’t have to go that far to gather the ingredients, just check your local farmers market. North […]
With an abundance of sweet potatoes and brussels sprouts in local Farmers Markets, there’s no better way to use the season’s bounty than this hearty chili, a perfect dish for cold nights.
The Swiss Army may have mandatory military service, but if you’re underweight or vegan, don’t expect to receive your marching orders any time soon.
We’ve all had pumpkin pie and it seems everyone has a favorite recipe or variation of it, but what about when you want to eat seasonally, but aren’t craving sweets? Here are 10 pumpkin recipes to satisfy your savory side and take advantage of the current farmers market bounty.
Due to studies suggesting vegetarians have stronger immune systems and are 40% less likely to get cancer, as well as recent outbreaks of E.coli traced to a Vermont slaughterhouse, PETA is urging Blue Cross of Vermont to lower insurance rates for vegetarians, while increasing those for meat eaters.