The label “grass fed” is everywhere you look in grocery stores today, but what is it exactly, and are all those labels accurate? Mark Keller and Ridge Shinn give us the Big Picture.
(December 5, 2018, by Cirina Catania, Sr. Editor, USTimes.biz) As we approach the holidays, my thoughts always turn to, “What am I going to cook and who I am going to cook for,” and if you’re a foodie like me, that’s always on your mind, particularly during the holidays! Shortly before Thanksgiving this year, I
(York Springs, PA, August 25, 2018, All Photos by Cirina Catania, Senior Editor, if you repost, please attribute the photo credit! Thanks.) Did the whole town come out for the 150th Anniversary Celebration in York Springs, PA? It seems like it! Everyone was having a great time. I saw lots of families, some fun dancing
(Cirina Catania, March 29, 2017) Editorial: We love this one! About time we got back to our roots. Hardee’s new branding is featuring, “Food, not boobs!” And we say, thank you!
Coffee…the very word conjures up warm aromatic thoughts and early morning sun-up face-the-day determination. What is the best coffee, what beans do you look for, how do you brew it, organic vs regular beans and…the perfect espresso? My interview with Berlin-based food chemist Colin Andersen led me happily wandering into the world of coffee-making and
Who loves cheese? We love cheese! And we are delighted to learn there is an American Cheese Society non-profit dedicated to providing the “cheese community with educational resources and networking opportunities, while encouraging the highest standards of cheesemaking focused on safety and sustainability.” Cornell University’s Dr. Frank Kosikowsky founded the organization in 1983 and the