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News For Week of October 27, 2014

TWO TRICKS FOR JUICING LEMONS (Monday, October 27): Well, I thought I'd talk a little bit about Lemons, because you know this time of year we want to of course be eating healthier, and you don't want to be adding salt to everything. So one of the things you can do is, of course add Lemons. But I thought I'd show you a quick little trick in how to get most of the juice. There are two things you need to do to get most of the juice out of tha

News For Week of October 20, 2014

WHY ONIONS MAKE YOU CRY (Monday, October 20): It is National Chemistry Week, so I thought I'd have some fun this week and go down the Produce Aisle and talk a little bit about chemistry. There are chemistry actions and reactions that go on in fruits and vegetables that make them taste sweeter, or look better, or feel better, or whatever the case may be. So I thought it'd be fun, the very first one are Onions. You know, Onions make you cry when you cut them, right? So when you cut

News For Week of October 13, 2014

PRACTICALLY PERFECT GRAPES (Monday, October 13):  Mary Poppins. That's what Bert would say. I love that show, and I have the Mary Poppins of Grapes. Why's that? Because they're practically perfect in every way.

News For Week of October 6, 2014

BE THE NUTRITIONIST FOR YOUR FAMILY (Monday, October 6): So the NBA training camps are all opening up all around the United States. You know, a lot of these NBA players, they have like their own trainers, they have like their own nutritionists. Well, Moms, Grandmoms, you are the nutritionists for your family.

News For Week of September 29, 2014

HOW TO PICK FALL POMEGRANATES (Monday, September 29): You know it's fall when you walk down the Produce Aisle and you start seeing some fall Produce Items. One of the first ones you see in September is this right here: The beautiful Pomegranate. Holy Toledo, these have become so popular the past few years, haven't they? They're extremely healthy for you, that Pomegranate juice inside. So Pomegranates, how do you pick out a good Pomegranate?

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