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Tips For Buying A Healthier Holiday Turkey

By Lynne Curry - (Zester Daily)-Before deciding whether to brine, deep-fry or spatchcock the Thanksgiving turkey, more Americans than ever are puzzling over a pressing ethical question: "Which type of bird should I buy?" The majority of…

Seasonal Hummus:Four Fresh Recipes

By Rinku Bhattacharya - (Zester Daily)-My first taste of hummus came years ago, at a potluck dinner I was organizing. Even before tasting the dip I was drawn to its elegant appearance, drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with paprika.…

Fall For Heirloom Apples’ Crispy Crunch

By Nancy Harmon Jenkins - (Zester Daily)-Mareeg.com-My house right now is filled with the fragrance of roses -- not from real blossoms, long gone from the garden, but from apples, piled in bowls on tables and countertops, wherever a hand…

Malaysia’s Night Market:The Meet And Eat Place

By Dave Hazzan - (Zester Daily)-Just south of the Thai border, on the northeast coast of Malaysia, lies Kota Bharu, a city of sweet, scrumptious Malay fare different from the rest of the country. Kota Bharu is the capital of Kelantan, an…

Anatomy Of A Perfect Lobster Roll,Maine Style

By Brenda Athanus - (Zester Daily)Years before the current popularity of lobster rolls my friend, Joel, a food-obsessed antique dealer, proposed we make a personal study of lobster rolls along the coast of Maine. It was a challenge I…

Greek Classics For Special Dinner At Home

By Clifford A. Wright - (Zester Daily)Greek food is one that is festive, healthy, simple and delicious, and Greek restaurants are always fun to go to. Greek food is easy to cook at home too, as long as you have the basic staples -- none of…

Italy’s Ancient Ritual Of Buried Cheese

By Cesare Zucca - (Zester Daily) Mareeg.com-Cheese lovers may want to travel to Italy's Sogliano al Rubicone in November.This little town in the Romagna region is famously known for the historical river Rubicon, which Emperor Julius Caesar…

The future of Cocktail culture

(Reuters) -Cocktail culture is booming and showing no signs of slowing, with forecasts showing that by 2020, there will be 400 million new consumers drinking luxury spirits. Historically cocktails were enjoyed by the Europeans and Americans…

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