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Recipe: How to make your own flavored salts

Despite the bad rap that salt has gotten, it enhances the flavor of food and adds an extra dimension to your presentation.  Plus, contrary to popular belief, salt added at the table is not the culprit of high blood pressure (but you read my blog so you probably know that already). As a student and […]

Recipe: Cooling Cherry Granita with Mint

For those of you who may not be experiencing this, we’re in a heat wave for the next few days in NYC.  Heat wave means sticking no-cook recipes and enjoying cold foods that cool me down.  Fresh cherries are in season right now, and they’re a perfect treat to cool down with. ‘Granita’ is an […]

Recipe: Homemade Almond Milk

Though I don’t have anything against cow’s milk, I don’t really enjoy drinking it.  The only time I’ll have milk is on cereal (and that happens about twice a year).  I’m not opposed to it; I eat cheese and yogurt, I just don’t like drinking milk.  And I know I’m not alone. However, I do […]

Recipe: Spiced Wine

Wine has some incredible health benefits, giving me an excuse to enjoy it frequently.  Actually, I suppose ‘frequently’ is a relative term.  I probably enjoy a glass of wine a few times a week, most often when I eat out.  Eating out gives me a great opportunity to try a variety of wines, some that […]

Recipe: Spring Sangria

I love Sangria, especially as it the weather begins to warm up; it’s not so hot out that I want a frozen drink, but its warm enough to want something cool and refreshing.  I’m partial to red wine anyway, but you could certainly make this with white wine too. The best part of this recipe is […]