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FACT: There is even a National Rum Day, August 16
The multicoloured tapestry of rum styles spanning the Caribbean, Central and South America is as rich as the history and culture that encircles this great spirit.
Simple to make and quick to cook, these snappy shrimp are inspired by the cocktail of the same name, and the marinade includes many of the same ingredients. Because the acid in the lime juice can “cook” the shrimp, only marinate them for 10 minutes before cooking, Otherwise, they’ll become rubbery. Read more
Generally made with rum, tropical drinks are gaining popularity once again—and we’re not talking about the tooth-achingly sweet drinks, but rather those made with real fruit juices and homemade syrups. Try some of these classic tiki cocktail recipes and tropical drinks now. Cheers! Read more
IT’S SUMMER! SAVOR IT WITH ONE OF THE SEASON’S BEST GIFTS – JUICY, CREAMY, SUPER-SWEET MANGOES.
The chefs at Pritikin have created the best ever mango recipes because all their recipes deliver everything that’s great for us, like great flavor and great nutrition, and virtually nothing that’s harmful, like saturated fat, sugar, and salt.
“Cool off with our favorite icy, creamy treats, from Peanut Butter Chocolate to Pomegranate Berry. Yum!”
Eating non-native lionfish is good for the environment
Yes, people do eat lionfish and they are delicious! … and eating lionfish is great for several reasons:
Eating non-native lionfish is good for the environment. It is the ultimate in responsible seafood selections because removing lionfish helps our reefs and native fish stocks recover from environmental pressures, lionfish predation and overfishing. Eating non-native lionfish into extinction would, in this case, be a very good thing.