It’s cookie swap season, but due to the pandemic, you might want to keep the in-person “swapping” to a minimum. Don’t worry, because we’ve got you covered. Here’s some ideas to help maintain social distancing while still keeping up with the baking tradition.
Time changes from Daylight Savings can wreak havoc on your day. Before you reset your clock, consider setting a plan to prepare for the time change. Here’s some tips for setting your day.
The National Peanut Board has created a new game on Instagram called Paw for PB and it combines two of our favorite things: dogs and peanut butter. Share with your friends and family because each play equals more money for Best Friends Animal Society.
As part of our year-long Spreading Good initiative, we’ll be cooking for a good cause with Christina Tosi, chef, founder, and owner of Milk Bar. Proceeds from the virtual event will benefit the non-profit, The Birthday Party Project. Let’s put those peanut butter cravings to good use!
The National Peanut Board (NPB) will be in Anaheim, CA from March 3-7, attending Natural Products Expo West 2020. With over 86,000 industry professionals represented, this event is known as the world’s largest natural, organic and healthy products trade show.
We spotted a variety of plant-based products, from jerky to ice cream, and the show even offered a plant-based pavilion for brands to highlight their meatless goods. As brands continue to develop new plant-based products, the opportunities for incorporating sustainable, nutritious ingredients like peanuts will continue to grow.
If you’re going to go to all the fuss of throwing a party, then make it a memorable one. No offense to mom, but those old-school recipes laden with mayonnaise aren’t going to go over well with a refined foodie crowd. Check out these recipe ideas for a more sophisticated (and tasty!) soirée.
Whether you’re hosting a casual backyard barbeque or an upscale dessert party, a cheese and charcuterie board is a great addition to the menu. A crowd-pleasing appetizer board doesn’t have to require much prep time, and it will keep guests occupied so you can enjoy hosting.
College and university dining directors are tasked with delivering nutritious, flavorful meals that appeal to their young, discerning foodie clientele. While not all dining departments have mastered the course on “Healthy and Delicious Dining 101,” some are beating expectations by tapping into today’s food trends – specifically the increasingly popular cuisines of Southeast Asia.
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