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How to Find Out if Your CBD Gummies Have THC in Them

If you've been on the hunt for a strain of CBD gummies and want to make sure they don't have THC in them, there are some easy ways to find out. But before you start investigating, know that these tests are not 100% accurate. They're just good enough to help you know if your gummies do indeed contain THC or not. If you're using these hemp-based products for medical purposes, it's essential to know whether or not your CBD gummies have THC in them, as THC can seriously impair the effects of this type of healing treatment. Here are some... Read more →

BAD ECONOMY NEWS: Consumer Price Index Increased by 7 Percent, the Highest in 4 Decades

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX – DECEMBER 2021/ press release January 12, 2022 The Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (CPI-U) increased 0.5 percent in December on a seasonally adjusted basis after rising 0.8 percent in November, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Over the last 12 months, the all items index increased 7.0 percent before seasonal adjustment. Increases in the indexes for shelter and for used cars and trucks were the largest contributors to the seasonally adjusted all items increase. The food index also contributed, although it increased less than in recent months, rising 0.5 percent in December.... Read more →

CONSUMER ALERT: 28,356 pounds of ground beef products, may be contaminated with E. coli

WASHINGTON, Jan. 6, 2022 – Interstate Meat Dist. Inc., a Clackamas, Ore., establishment, is recalling approximately 28,356 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The raw, ground beef items were produced on Dec. 20, 2021. The products subject to recall and the labels can be viewed here. The products subject to recall bear establishment number “EST. 965” inside the USDA mark of inspection or printed next to the time stamp and use or freeze by date. These items were shipped to... Read more →


(NAPSI)—Now is the time for all things pumpkin: From pumpkin spice lattes and candles to pumpkin patches and carving, there’s something pumpkin for everyone—including your four-legged friends. Now you can share your love of pumpkin with your pooch. Just like us, dogs go crazy over the taste of pumpkin,” says Ronna Krahl, Vice President of Marketing—Companion Pet, Manna Pro Products, maker of Fruitables pet treats. “But what many people don’t realize is that there are also a number of health benefits that come along with the tasty treat.” The Power of Pumpkin Pumpkin isn’t just a delicious treat. When fresh,... Read more →

Public Health Alert: Beware of Imported Meat and Poultry Products from China

After Covid/Wuhan virus why is the United States Accepting Any Food Products from China? ~CNBNews WASHINGTON, Dec. 29, 2021 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) is issuing a public health alert for an undetermined amount of imported meat and poultry products from China. A recall was not requested because FSIS has been unable to identify and contact theimporters. The total amount of ineligible products is undetermined because the investigation is ongoing. The products subject to the public health alert and labels are listed here. The meat and poultry products do not identify an eligible... Read more →

Salad Products Being Recalled, Because of Listeria

December 20, 2021, Orlando, FL – Fresh Express is recalling certain varieties of its branded and private label salad products produced at the company’s Streamwood, Illinois facility because the product has the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. This organism can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. Although healthy individuals may suffer only short-term symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, Listeria infection can cause miscarriages and stillbirths among pregnant women. Consumers with these symptoms should consult their health care... Read more →

CNB DINING NEWS: Philly Restaurant Week Jan. 9-21

Bistro La Baia 1700 Lombard St, Philadelphia, PA 19146 PHILADELPHIA PA--From January 9-21, 2022, your favorite restaurants are offering multi-course prix fixe lunches for $25 and dinners for $40 to enjoy indoors or outdoors at the restaurant or at home. Whether you feel more comfortable dining out or taking home, support your favorite Center City businesses. Please support your servers by tipping generously. And be sure to visit each business' website or call for their current COVID-19 policy. For more specifics, visit the following Restaurant Week pages: CCD Restaurant Week Participant List View Page >> Restaurants With Outdoor Seating >>... Read more →

Outdoor Grilling: How To Grill Indirectly On Your Gas Grill

So you’re having a backyard barbeque, and you want to cook a whole chicken or ribs? You could just put them over the hot coals, but then they’ll be charred on the outside while the inside remains raw. Not good. The better way to cook these types of food is to grill them indirectly. It means cooking them not over the direct heat source but to the side or even further away from the heat. But before you turn on that gas grill, there are some golden rules to indirect grilling. What is Indirect Grilling? Indirect grilling is cooking food,... Read more →

1,500 turkeys for the families and individuals served by the Center for Food Action

Englewood, NJ (November 19 2021) – Friday morning, the Bergen County Sheriff’s Office, The County of Bergen and Hackensack University Medical Center teamed up to deliver 1,500 turkeys for the families and individuals served by the Center for Food Action. The Bergen County Sheriff’s Department has made this donation an annual event, providing tens of thousands of Thanksgiving meals over the years. Led by Officer Aret Yesiltepe, the turkeys were purchased through funds raised through the PBA Local 134 Civic Association. Funding was also provided by a number of organizations including Hackensack University Medical Center and the The Contemporary Club... Read more →

The Shmaltz "Grand Finale Tour" Hitting New York City, Philadelphia, Tampa, Syracuse,

Troy, NY -- Monday, November 22, 2021 -- The biggest, the smallest, most award-winning, and still the only Jewish beer company in America, Shmaltz Brewing Company announces its farewell season after 25 years in the beer business with the first and final release of Bittersweet Lenny's RIPA in 16oz cans, vintage gems from the Shmaltz beer vault, and a fitting tribute, Exodus 2021 Barleywine Ale (8.8% ABV) brewed with Date, Fig, Pomegranate, and Grape. Shmaltz goes out with a bang with a nationwide "Farewell to Shmaltz Tour" a.k.a. the Class of '96 Celebration a.k.a. Let My People Brew a.k.a. The... Read more →

How to Reduce Food Waste at Thanksgiving

Your family’s Thanksgiving celebration can be even better when you know you’ve not let food or money go to waste. by Dr. Jean Buzby (NAPSI)—Each year, the average American family of four loses $1,500 to uneaten food—that’s about 1,160 pounds of food. At holiday or any time, it’s a good idea to think about how you can keep household food waste in check. Thanksgiving may be different this year, but we can still have a special celebration with a few adjustments, while, at the same time, reducing food waste. As the USDA Food Loss and Waste Liaison, I would like... Read more →

Jayne Ann Spackman, of Collingswood former employee of Chubby's and Steak 38

(nee Dominick) age 80 years, of Collingswood, NJ, passed away after a brief illness with her family by her side on October 26, 2021. Born in Atlantic City and raised in Margate, she was a graduate of Collingswood High School Class of 1958. Jayne Ann enjoyed a lengthy career in the restaurant business at Chubby’s in Camden and later at Steak 38 in Cherry Hill. Jayne Ann enjoyed many things in her life including the Philadelphia Eagles, Christmas Holidays, Atsion Lake and her children’s high school friends. She is predeceased by her parents, Nicholas and Isabel Dominick, her beloved daughter,... Read more →

Celebrity Chefs Share Favorite Holiday Meal Recipes

Cooks Who Feed celebrity partners offer holiday recipes to make the day even more special TORONTO, Canada – (November 2, 2021) – While many people have family favorite holiday recipes that they turn to each year, there are others who want to try something new. Whether they are adding it to their traditional dishes or creating a new holiday dining experience, it’s something people can have fun with. Having tried-and-true family recipes that are easy and pleasing is the key to pulling it off. “This is the time of the year when people have holiday meal gatherings and spend more... Read more →

Gloucester Township PD Thanksgiving Food Drive

We are now accepting canned food and non-perishable items between now and November 18th for our 2021 Thanksgiving Food Drive! Our food drive drop box is located at our GTPD Headquarters Watch Desk located at 1261 Chews Landing Road, Gloucester Township, NJ 08021. This time of year is often a burdensome time for some families. There are many parents that work nights and weekends to keep food on the table, but still struggle to make ends meet. Hunger knows no boundaries, it touches every community, including our own. When people think of those that face hunger they image a homeless... Read more →

Famous Southern Dishes & Where to Try Them

Authentic Southern cuisine is as diverse as the regions in the South and the people who live there. Cooks here have long been drawn to recipes that come from the area's mix of cultures, including Europeans, Native Americans, and Africans. Today, there are plenty of classic Southern dishes that you've just got to try whether you've just moved into one of the Atlanta houses for sale or you're planning a road trip through multiple states. Gumbo in New Orleans, Louisiana You'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who doesn't love the food in New Orleans, whether enjoyed on a white-linen tablecloth... Read more →

The 2018 Salmonella Epidemic is Still Making People Sick; America's Food Safety System Failed

A 2018 salmonella infantis infection linked to raw chicken products is still making people sick according to ProPublica. The Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative publication says the CDC and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, failed to do their jobs. (Wikimedia Commons) by Bernice Yeung, Michael Grabell, Irena Hwang and Mollie Simon ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. In May 2018, a rare and virulent strain of salmonella caught the attention of America’s top disease detectives. In less than two months, the bacteria had sickened more... Read more →

5 Celebrity Chefs who are Feeding the Hungry with Aprons

Cooks Who Feed offers celebrity-chef inspired aprons that help feed the world’s hungry TORONTO, CANADA – (October 22, 2021) – Chefs love to feed people and take pleasure in knowing that those who are eating their creations are enjoying the food. There are also some chefs who go a step further so they can help feed the world’s hungry. That’s what five celebrity chefs are doing, as they team up with Cooks Who Feed to help feed the hungry, one apron sale at a time. “I’m thrilled that these celebrity chefs have teamed up with us to help with such... Read more →

Butterball Recalling 14,107 Pounds of Ground Turkey Products

WASHINGTON, Oct. 13, 2021 – Butterball, LLC, a Mount Olive, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 14,107 pounds of ground turkey products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically blue plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. The ground turkey items were produced on September 28, 2021. The following products are subject to recall: 2.5-lb. trays containing “farm to family BUTTERBALL all natural Ground Turkey” with the case code 50211271, a sell or freeze by date of 10/18/2021, and timestamps from 2123 through 2302 printed on the packaging. 3-lb. tray containing “Kroger GROUND... Read more →

Brian “Boomer”Conroy, of Cherry Hill, formerly of Collingswood; Worked at Tutti Toscani

Brian “Boomer” Matthew Conroy, from Cherry Hill, formerly of Collingswood, NJ, age 36, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. Brian was a loyal friend & family member, full of random knowledge. He played golf like a pro whenever he picked up a club, rendering his roses gave him great joy, and he had a contagious laugh that got everyone going. His guitar playing and singing could capture any audience. It brought you back to the 1970's when the world was a different place. Brian worked for Tutti Toscani, regular customers will miss his welcoming face. He loved playing... Read more →

How to Satisfy a Picky Eater

You know what your kids need to eat but getting them to do so is another story. As a parent, you love cooking meals that your family loves and devours. Unfortunately, when one or more of your kids dislikes most foods, meal time can become a war zone. Satisfying a picky eater nourished is challenging. So, how do you feed a picky eater the foods they like and ones you know they need? Food is Fuel When children are just starting to eat table food, it’s pretty easy. You mash up vegetables and give it to them in small quantities.... Read more →

4 Great Foodie Gifts for Vegans

More and more people are moving towards a vegan diet as concerns over animal welfare and the impact mass farming has on the environment increase. For those who haven't adopted a vegan lifestyle, it can be hard sometimes when thinking about what to cook for them or get them as gifts if they are food lovers. However, with so many more vegan products being available on the mass market, it is much easier than you might think to get them the perfect gifts – and if you have a vegan foodie in your life, here are some things you can... Read more →

Top Herbs You Should Have on Hand

Throughout history, herbs have been used for medicinal purposes. From helping to draw out the infection to reduce swelling and inflammation, there is a specific science behind them. Herbs can treat a variety of conditions, both physically and psychologically. So, if you’ve been wanting to give herbal medicine a try, you first need to know the benefits and possible contraindications. Here are the top herbs you need in your medicine cabinet. Sage In addition to flavoring your stuffing, sage also hosts a slew of medicinal benefits. It’s thought to boost brain health and also improve overall function. Its healing properties... Read more →

Security Guard Involved with Altercation with Adelphia Restaurant Patron Charged with Aggravated Assault

Adelphia restaurant image On July 29, 2021, officers from the Deptford Township Police Department responded to the report of a disturbance at the Adelphia Restaurant on Clements Bridge Road in Deptford Township. As already reported extensively, a private security officer and his canine, employed through a security firm contracted by the restaurant, engaged a patron and were subsequently involved in an altercation with that patron, both at the front entrance and then in the restaurant’s parking lot. The patron subsequently suffered several puncture wounds due to bites from the canine. Following the incident, the Deptford Township Police Department promptly brought... Read more →

Gloucester City Business Owner Hosts Party for 200 People; Crowd Caused A Fracas, Blocked Traffic on Market St.

Looking east on Market Street from Broadway towards the railroad tracks. The Chosen Profection Soul Food store is on the right inside the yellow circle. Members of the Gloucester City Police Department responded to two calls to that location on July 3. According to GCPD Activity docket the first time the police responded was 8:47 PM, the caller said there was a large crowd of people standing outside the store; some of the people were underage and they were drinking alcohol. Two hours later, the crowd had grown to 200 people. (Photo credit Google Maps and Brianna) William E. Cleary... Read more →

Cordyceps mushroom extract: what is it and where to buy Australia

People used to think that those organisms that parasite on others can’t have positive sides. However, there are always exceptions to the general rules, and such is a cordyceps. Medical mushroom extracts with their adding gained trust in the modern society where everybody finds various ways of renewing the body's functions. This fungus is common for the Chinese who found it in ancient times and applied the product in national medicine in the shape of powder and soups. Nowadays, pharmaceutical companies import it abroad for selling to people who have a desire to solve their health disorders and prevent new... Read more →

Jersey Malls are Adding Honey Bees to Their Roof

With the catastrophe and decline of bees all around the world, Jersey locals want to minimise the vulnerability of this eco-dependant species. The declining bee population has long been an issue addressed on wildlife documentaries all over the world, and while many scientists and environmental scientists are trying to innovate ideas to sustain the species, Jersey local malls are doing their part in aiding the long-term goal. There are even talks of local tennis courts and the best bookmakers for tennis incorporating honey bees within the roofs of venues, but nothing has amassed to a definite go-ahead as of yet.... Read more →


LOBSTER ROLLS, GOURMET DOUGHNUTS, RAINBOW ICE CREAM:Foodies can now book one of seven women-led food tours from Newark to Haddonfield to Cape May New Jersey, U.S. (June 21, 2021) – Whether it’s a brunch-time stroll through Cape May‘s seafood specialists and authentic international eateries or a movable feast of Somerville’s international cuisine, New Jersey food lovers and visitors can experience it all through the New Jersey Food Tour Trail – seven women-led food tours that will resume operations by July 1. The New Jersey Food Tour Trail is a collaboration of fun and delicious food tours all over the Garden... Read more →

New Jersey Food Tours Are Back

LOBSTER ROLLS, GOURMET DOUGHNUTS, RAINBOW ICE CREAM Foodies can now book one of seven women-led food tours from Newark to Haddonfield to Cape May New Jersey, U.S. (June 21, 2021) – Whether it’s a brunch-time stroll through Cape May‘s seafood specialists and authentic international eateries or a movable feast of Somerville’s international cuisine, New Jersey food lovers and visitors can experience it all through the New Jersey Food Tour Trail – seven women-led food tours that will resume operations by July 1. The New Jersey Food Tour Trail is a collaboration of fun and delicious food tours all over the... Read more →

On The Town Food Tours

NEW JERSEY, USA — Looking for something fun to do when the weather turns warm again? Plus, when restaurants are able to safely open back up, you may be itching to get out and become a foodie! So, look no further than the New Jersey Food Tour Trail: your go-to interactive and guided experience involving fun food and drinks throughout the state. The New Jersey Food Tour Trail is a collaboration of food tours that operate in various regions throughout the state. The joining of tours was developed for tourists to create their own trail in an effort to “eat... Read more →

Dating Apps: Benefits of Using Them When You Are Over 50

Life isn’t over once you reach 50; for some, it’s only the beginning. Since the median life expectancy has grown in recent years, we can think of 50 as the new 30 and treat it as such. Relationships are essential, and if you’re over 50 and single because you just went through a divorce, have never married, or have lost your significant other, you can still experience love. The solution to finding love for mature people is using free mature dating apps, which can bring you closer to finding a perfect match. While it’s a given that finding love even... Read more →

Poverty Level: the United States vs Africa

According to the dictionary, poverty means “the state of being extremely poor”. However, when most people think of poverty the visuals of a struggling African family or malnourished children come to mind. While both of these visuals hold serious stakes in reality, the poverty epidemic runs much closer to home than most Americans realize. Poverty is never thought of as an issue to which the United States could succumb, yet one in six Americans face hunger problems on a daily basis. While American poverty has been left under wraps for years according to many essay about poverty, international areas such... Read more →

What is Lyrical Lemonade and Why is it So Popular

No doubt you've come across a Lyrical Lemonade music video before. The song turns out to be a banger, and now your whole recommendations tab features music videos from prominent young rappers from westside Chicago. But what is Lyrical Lemonade and why are they making music videos for some of the biggest stars in the rap game? If you're looking for answers, then you're at the right place. In this article, we will look at the world-renowned Lyrical Lemonade brand and look at why is it so popular. So with all that out of the way, let's jump right into... Read more →

Catholic Charities & ShopRite Ending Hunger Together

Catholic Charities receives funding from annual ShopRite Partners in Caring Program “Ending Hunger Together” was a most appropriate contest theme for the annual ShopRite Partners In Caring Cheerios Contest, sponsored by ShopRite and General Mills. Wallybeth Figueroa, Catholic Charities senior case manager in Gloucester County, and Kevin Hickey (right), executive director, accept a donation from West Deptford ShopRite store director Mike Ross. The pandemic did not stop ShopRite associates from carrying out this annual campaign during “Hunger Action Month” in September, when they rallied to collect donations from customers to support the fight against hunger. Each year, ShopRite and General... Read more →

The Hatred and Violence Continues: Palestinian Mobs Attack Jewish Diners in LA and NY (video)

May 21, 2021 video courtesy of Fox 5 NEW YORK Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Jews being attacked at diners: There is nothing new under the sun about protesters on opposite sides clashing in the streets. There is something different, however, when innocent people who are minding their own business get attacked simply because they are of the same racial, ethnic or religious stock of one of the parties to the protest. This happened in Los Angeles on May 18 and in New York City on May 20. In both cases the victims were Jews and the attackers... Read more →

CNB Books: Enemy Within the Gates: The Secret Cabal and the Destruction of The Wes

United Kingdom – There was no better time for Tony Ankers to release ‘Enemy Within the Gates: The Secret Cabal and the Destruction of The West’. After all, the world has spent the last year believing the so-called “truth” about Covid-19; its origins, geopolitical response and the supposed vaccine that will heal humanity. But as Ankers knows, it’s yet another fabrication on the part of a secret cabal that has been controlling humanity for over a century. While it might initially sound far-fetched, Ankers presents his findings with fact, unambiguous evidence, over 1,000 footnotes, and over two decades of trying... Read more →

Summer on the Philadelphia Waterfront Starts with Opening of the Spruce Street Harbor Park

This Memorial Day Weekend, all Delaware River Waterfront Parks will be open and in full swing, with the addition of exciting new food and drink, marking the official return of Summer on the Waterfront. PHILADELPHIA (May 18, 2021) -- With the May 26th opening of Spruce Street Harbor Park, a stroll down Philadelphia’s Urban Boardwalk will lead you right into the return of Summer on the Waterfront just in time for Memorial Day Weekend. Between Race Street Pier, Cherry Street Pier, Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest, and Spruce Street Harbor Park, Philadelphians and visitors will once again have ample space to... Read more →

CNB Tips/Snippets:

Area Schools Getting Millions; Waterfront Restaurant/Storage Facility for Brooklawn

William E. Cleary Sr. | CNBNews LOVE YOUR MONEY--Washington has announced it is sending $2.765 billion to the state of New Jersey's Department of Education to be dispensed to school districts throughout the state. Gloucestercitynews.net graphic files According to the Courier Post, the Camden City School District will receive the highest amount of funding – $100 million – under the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund in the ARP Act. The funding formula is based on Title 1 No Child Left Behind standing and other factors. A random list of schools in the Camden County region and the money... Read more →

7 Dishes You Definitely Shouldn’t Eat on a First Date

It often happens that on the first date of two unfamiliar people, some absurdity occurs anyway. Nevertheless, there are incidents that you can avoid. They are related to the food you choose. If you and your chosen one decide to dinner in a restaurant, it is crucial to know a few tips and peculiarities. Not all dishes that a restaurant serves are suitable for a first date. Remember which food you shouldn’t order at the first meeting when Ukrainian women dating so as not to drop a clanger. Tacos and Burritos Mexican cuisine is distinguished by its zesty taste, which... Read more →

Center City Restaurant Week Begins Today, May 17

PHILADELPHIA, PA--Center City District Restaurant Week returns May 17 through 28. Participating restaurants are offering multi-course prix fixe lunches for $20 and dinners for $35 to enjoy indoors or outdoors at the restaurant or to take home. Whether you feel more comfortable dining out or taking home, support your favorite Center City businesses to help restore jobs during CCD Restaurant Week. Center City District Restaurant Week May 17-28, 2021* $20 Lunch & $35 Dinner Enjoy special three-course meals at participating restaurants. Explore options for dine-in, delivery, or takeout today! *Not all restaurants are serving lunch, and not all restaurants are... Read more →

Silver Diner Annual Pups on the Patio Event

Pooches Invited to Silver Diner Outdoor Dining for 2nd Annual Pups on the Patio Peyton Cleary (CNBNews photo) CHERRY HILL, NJ – Wag your tails, pups! Back by popular demand, Pups on the Patio has returned to Silver Diner in Cherry Hill. Outdoor dining guests are invited to dine with their (leashed) furry friends now until the end of summer Mondays through Thursdays from 5 to 7 p.m. Outdoor seating is under a shaded tent, and water and dog treats will be provided. Dogs must be leashed on the premises. Pups on the Patio will also offer the chance for... Read more →

Come Back to Philly: Center City Restaurant Week

PHILADELPHIA PA (May 6, 2021)(CNBNews)--Center City District Restaurant Week returns May 17 through 28. Participating restaurants are offering multi-course prix fixe lunches for $20 and dinners for $35 to enjoy indoors or outdoors at the restaurant or to take home. Whether you feel more comfortable dining out or taking home, support your favorite Center City businesses to help restore jobs during CCD Restaurant Week. Dining out is different this year. Be a responsible customer: protect yourself, protect the wait staff, respect the needs of customers. We’ll get through this together. Parking discounts have gone digital! While enjoying CCD Restaurant Week,... Read more →

Chef Rene Johnson is a One Woman Healthy Soul Food Revolution

press release Chef Rene Johnson’s healthier, vegan spin on famous soul food staples has seduced some of the world’s biggest dignitaries, and it all started in her grandmother’s kitchen. From Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi to author and activist Dr. Cornel West, actor Danny Glover, Congresswoman Barbera Lee and California Governor Gavin Newsom; Chef Rene Johnson’s signature healthy southern-inspired comfort foods have fed guests at countless exclusive soirees from Washington to Hollywood. Describing her acumen for whipping up addictive soul food dishes for satisfied A-list crowds, Chef Rene Johnson shares, “My grandmother was amazing... Read more →

Three Top Tips to Help Ease Your Digestion 

One of the most annoying things to deal with is poor digestion and acid reflux. If you are familiar with IBS, IBD, or if you simply have a very irritable stomach, then you’ll know how difficult it can be to live with digestive issues. At times, these issues can be overwhelming which is why you need to get them under control sooner rather than later. Although there is no quick fix or miracle cure for everyone, there are different things you can do and try to help ease your digestion. If you’re lucky enough, they’ll work for you! Keep reading... Read more →

Down The Shore: Cape Beverage Partners with Great America Moonshine for SJ Distribution

Apr. 12, 2021 at 9:40 AM Cape May, NJ — Cape Beverage is thrilled to welcome another stellar brand to their lineup. Great America Moonshine, brewed and bottled in Detroit, Michigan, will be distributed to the counties of Cape May, Atlantic, Cumberland, Salem, Gloucester, and Camden beginning April 19th. “Great America is an excellent complement to Cape Beverage’s portfolio,” says Cape Beverage CEO Ryan Krill. “They have a unique product that we don’t currently offer, and the liquid is fantastic. I was able to tour their facility in Detroit, and they are a first-class operation: these guys are total pros... Read more →

CONSUMER NEWS: Twice-Baked California Sweetpotatoes

Nutritious and delicious, there are endless ways to enjoy California Sweetpotatoes. (NAPSI)—Trying to incorporate more healthy foods into your cooking repertoire? Think California Sweetpotatoes. Nutritious and delicious, California Sweetpotatoes are filled with plenty of vitamins and minerals, loaded with fiber and are heart-healthy to boot. There are endless ways, classic and creative, to enjoy California Sweetpotatoes. Take these Twice-Baked Sweetpotatoes, for example. They make an excellent side or even main dish—hello Meatless Monday—and, since California Sweetpotatoes are available year-round, you can switch things up with seasonal ingredients. If you like getting creative in the kitchen, you’ll love using California Sweetpotatoes... Read more →

Baseball and Hot Dog Super Fans Wanted

With the Major League Baseball season starting up again, BonusFinder  is looking for baseball and hot dog  super fans to become their  official  MLB Professional Food Tester. The successful applicant will determine the BEST hotdogs to eat whilst watching and celebrating the new MLB season and what’s even better, you get PAID to do so.   That’s right, you could be paid $500 with all expenses paid for to watch baseball AND  eat some quality hotdogs! To apply, all you have to  do is fill in the form on their website and tell us why you would be PERFECT for the role: https://www.bonusfinder.com/about-us/blog/mlb-food-tester-get-paid-500-eat-hot-dogs-and-watch-baseball... Read more →

7 Instagram Accounts that Food Lovers Should Follow

Introduction Food is the true constant in life. Scintillating dishes and scrumptious meals never go out of style or season. For that reason, and for several others, the tree of Instagram accounts is ripe with channels that cover food. Even when it comes to Instagram marketing, posts that include food are several times more likely to help you gain engagement on Instagram. If you are looking for accounts that have left their followers on Instagram drooling, we have you covered. Read on for a list of seven Instagram accounts that every food lover must follow. 1. Smitten Kitchen With a... Read more →

Tips on How to Revamp Your Living Room

Get Inspired Having a vision of what you want to achieve is the best place to start when revamping your living room. You can get inspiration from social media sites, design magazines, blogs, and various websites like Pinterest. You also can borrow ideas from the different places you visit, including offices, interior design showrooms, and even your friends or relatives’ homes. Pay attention to the colors, spatial layout, and décor. Try to create a mental image that speaks to you, or better yet, take pictures to use as reference points when you start redoing your living area. Plan Your Layout... Read more →

Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Offering Culinary Specials for Easter and Passover

Celebrate Easter at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Savour the holiday with offerings from culinary partners JG SkyHigh, Vernick Fish and hand-crafted pastry this Easter at Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia. Easter Views Easter brunch becomes elevated at JG SkyHigh. Guests can enjoy a prix-fixe brunch (USD 125) including an abundant tower featuring osetra caviar blinis, avocado lettuce cups, smoked salmon, prosciutto, and almond pancakes. For the main course, guests can choose rack of lamb, lobster eggs benedict, or soft poached eggs. Finish the meal with a delicate strawberry pavlova dessert. For reservations, call 215 419 5000 or click here. Breakfast Provisions... Read more →

Indoor Dining in NY City and NJ Will Expand to 50 Percent Capacity March 19

Governor Cuomo and Governor Murphy Announce Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Governor Phil Murphy today announced that New York City and New Jersey will expand indoor dining capacity to 50 percent beginning March 19. Currently, New York City and New Jersey restaurants are operating at 35 percent capacity and the rest of New York State is operating at 50 percent capacity. This follows Governor Cuomo's announcement that restaurants outside of New York City will expand to 75 percent capacity beginning March 19. "In New York State, our decisions are based on science and data and we are encouraged by the... Read more →