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Month: April 2015

Darden Restaurants Announces That Its Seafood Isn’t Connected to Slavery

April 24, 2015

In March, the Associated Press drew international attention when it published an in-depth report detailing major Thai seafood suppliers usage of slavery. Following this investigation, many people felt too apprehensive to buy fresh fish, both from fresh seafood markets or restaurants. As a result, several companies have conducted their own examinations of their operations, with […]

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5 Surprisingly Healthy Snacks That Can Save Your Summer Diet

April 17, 2015

Snacks are all too often the downfall of dieting. But if you get hungry in between meals, you’re also more likely to gorge yourself when you do get around to eating lunch or dinner. The solution? These surprisingly healthy snacks: Plain Frozen Grapes Especially with plenty of hot summer afternoons ahead, this can be a […]

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Three Super Fun Alternatives to a Rehearsal Dinner

April 6, 2015

Rehearsal dinners are pretty much a necessity when it comes to planning a wedding. It’s a chance for the wedding party and important guests to gather for one last meal before the big day, and do a quick run through of the ceremony. The thing is, rehearsal dinners can seem like tired affairs and just […]

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Looking for an Easy Hummus Recipe? Here’s How to Create and Dress Up This Simple Dish

April 6, 2015

If you’re not very adventurous in your culinary life, you may have looked at the title and wondered, “What is hummus?” Hummus comes to us from the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions and is made from chickpeas. In fact, that’s where it gets its name. The chickpeas are mashed and pureed and are combined with […]

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