A signature dish of New Orleans, jambalaya is a traditional, one-pot favorite filled with bold flavor, perfect spice and a balance of seafood and sausage. From King Cakes in our bakery to The Big Easy wine, it’s time to get in the spirit of Mardi Gras!
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What java jives best with your favorite Girl Scout Cookies? We’re glad you asked! In celebration of everyone’s favorite seasonal sweets, our coffee bar pros have put together four fantastic cookie and coffee pairings you’re sure to enjoy.
Citrus like oranges, tangerines, pomelos, grapefruits, kumquats and other fruits have a wealth of health-boosting nutrients such as vitamin C (50 to over 100% Daily Value per fruit), fiber and potent cancer-fighting compounds, such as limonene. Check out some other interesting nutritional properties of common citrus fruits!
Turmeric root is a cousin of ginger root and can be used freshly grated in many recipes. Plus, there’s no need to peel the root as the skin is much softer than ginger root’s outer skin. Using fresh turmeric root may provide greater anti-inflammatory and antioxidant potency than dried turmeric powder, but both forms work well in a variety of uses, like these DIY recipes!
A healthier you is a hydrated you! It’s easy to quench your thirst even if you’re on the go with a sturdy, reusable Klean Kanteen water bottle by your side. For an extra energizing boost, try adding a dash of Ener-C vitamin drink mix!
Used in Indian curries and other Asian cuisines, turmeric sets dishes aglow with its rich yellow-orange color thanks to a special compound called curcumin. In fact the name curcumin comes from the ancient Sanskrit word for “yellow.” Research studies show curcumin has very strong anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, which means turmeric may “calm” irritated situations inside cells on a microscopic level such as in the heart and brain.