Where to score free coffee, cookies, tacos and more

Will Kreznick

Healthcare workers have always been incredibly valuable — although not always fully appreciated — but never has that been more so than the past year, as the nation and the world battled a global pandemic.

May 6 begins National Nurses Week, a yearly celebration of nurses that lasts until May 12, which just happens to be Florence Nightingale’s birthday!

This is always an incredibly important time to appreciate nurses and other healthcare workers, but it is now true on a whole other level. While we can’t begin to thank them for the incredible sacrifices they have made, and continue to

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Trisha Yearwood’s Old-Fashioned Strawberry Shortcake Recipe

Will Kreznick

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I’m a fan of salt and sweet mixed together. My grandmother Lizzie Paulk often used biscuits in place of pastry in her recipes. Nowadays, most people use angel food cake or pound cake for this dessert, but I like the old-fashioned mix of the not-so-sweet biscuit with the sweetness of the strawberries and the whipped cream. I serve this dessert in the summer with fresh-picked berries from our local strawberry farm.

Swap option: Instead of making a composed cake, you can turn this into personal-sized bowls. Cut the cooked cake into cubes and assemble the cake pieces, berries

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The 15 Best High-Protein Fast Food Meals You Can Eat

Will Kreznick

In an ideal world, we’d cook an elaborate spread for every meal. But fast food is sometimes the only option. According to the National Academy of Medicine, adults should aim for a daily minimum of 0.8 grams of protein per kilogram of body weight, or about 7 grams for every 20 pounds. That means you’ll want approximately 20 grams per meal, give or take, to stay in the suggested range. Luckily, there are plenty of restaurant chains with options that offer a boost of satisfying protein (and not just refined carbs). From a McDonald’s McDouble to Starbucks’s convenient

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Interfaith Food Pantry Shares Mexican Salad Recipe For Cinco de Mayo

Will Kreznick

MORRIS PLAINS, NJ – Interfaith Food Pantry’s Katy Galton is in the IFP Healthy Choices kitchen whipping up a salad for Cinco de Mayo.

“The IFP Healthy Choices Nutrition Education Program address community wide issues by ensuring individuals and families not only have access to fresh produce, low fat dairy and proteins, but also ensures that people know hot to prepare the foods we are giving them”, said Carolyn Lake, Executive Director for the Interfaith Food Pantry. “There is a definitive link between food insecurity and instances of diet-related illnesses such as hypertension and diabetes”

“Prior to COVID the Interfaith

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Global Food Flavors Market to 2028 – by Origin Type, Product Type, Application, Form and Region – ResearchAndMarkets.com

Will Kreznick

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Food Flavors Market Size, Share & Analysis, By Origin Type By Product Type By Application By Form, And By Region, Forecasts To 2028” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Growing demand for food flavors in food and beverages industry to mask unpalatable taste or enhance flavor of certain food products is a key factor driving market revenue growth.

Market Size – USD 23.09 Billion in 2020, Market Growth – CAGR of 4.4%, Market Trends – Constantly growing number of innovations and product developments, and strategic and innovative advertisement approaches by manufacturers

The global food flavors

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