Monthly Archives: September 2011

Pumpkin Ice Cream Recipe

This is my pumpkin ice cream recipe- it’s easy to make, and delicious topped with freshly whipped cream and toasted pecans!

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Cindy DeFlavio of Cibo in Regent Square

Unless you’ve been under a rock, it’s hard to miss all of the changes that have been taking place on Braddock Avenue. Most noticeably, there have been a myriad of new restaurants openings. One of those eateries, Cibo, has enjoyed a lot of early success. It’s changing menu, fresh seafood and homemade pastas have hungry patrons spreading the good word.

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Curry Away in Edgewood

There’s a small restaurant by the name of Curry Away on Edgewood Avenue in the small business/commercial district in Edgewood. Nestled between a car dealership, and a chiropractor, this authentic eatery serves some of the best Thai cuisine in the area. If you like all-things curry, you will be pleasantly surprised with the food being served at Curry Away.

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Western Medicine and Nutrition

What these physicians won’t tell you is that every medication has a negative effect on our physical well-being. For example, that pill you’ve ingested to help with your heartburn also rids your system of the acids required to break-down and process foods. It also kills healthy bacteria, disrupting the balance of healthy cultures that aid in digestion.

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Spicy Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Fall is almost here! Try this spicy pumpkin soup recipe; it’s sure to warm your bones.

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Kale Chips Recipe

Kale is an amazing vegetable. Besides being a versatile food, it’s also loaded with fiber, vitamins A, C, calcium, and iron.

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Knives are the most used tool in the kitchen, and can also be dangerous if not used correctly. Here are a few tips and techniques you can implement to help keep your working area safe.

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