Wi-Fi-Enabled Cutting Board Could Change the Way You Cook: Re-posted from Mashable

By Bonnie Wertheim2013-06-25 00:55:57 UTC Over 70 inventors took to the drawing board this spring, jotting down designs that they believed could fix everyday problems for the #GetItDownOnPaper competition. The deadline for submissions was May 27, and scientists at Sharp Laboratories of Europe spent the first week of June evaluating each entry. After shortlisting the three best design ideas from […]

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Summer Grilling Season-No Problem….Unless You have Digestive Sensitivities!

Digestive Tip of The Month- Our first summer holiday has come and gone.    Memorial Day, too most of us, means the official kick off to the summer season; an extra day added on to our weekend, family gatherings, and grilling. Culminating in the honoring of our veterans who have sacrificed so much for the freedoms we have in this country. Interestingly […]

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Digestion Tip of the Month: A closer look at Lettuce

What do you do when you recieve unsolicited food “tips” while out to eat? Do you (A) smile politely and keep eating? (B) start a dialogue with them about why they are right or wrong? Or (C) Tell them thanks, then go home and look up the facts? Well if your anything like me- you go home and do the […]

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Digestion Tip of the Month: Keep “Balanced” During the Holidays!

We all enjoy the holiday season, and with good reason. The holidays bring out the best in us. Festivities, parties, twinkling lights, gifts, and a shared sense of giving back to our communities fill us with a joy that many miss the other ten months of the year. But with the good comes the bad, and during the holidays it […]

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How much do you enjoy Digestion Suggestion? Please nominate!

Hello Everyone! I am trying to get nominated for a writers blog contest that ends in a few weeks. The link below will take you to the site. I would love it if as many of you as possible would nominate your favorite food blog for consideration! The more nominations the better the chances. I appreciate that so many of […]

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Festive Foods for Fall: The Roycroft Inn (GF)

“Eat, Drink and be Enlightened”- that is the motto of the Roycroft Inn, and they couldn’t be more right. With a party of eight our journey began; stepping back in time to 1905.  Walking through the gigantic oak doors the first thing that smacks you in the face is the smell of yesteryear; that antique wood grained musty aroma of […]

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Digestion Tip of The Month: Living with IBS

An estimated 15-20% of all Americans have Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS. Despite the fact that diet plays a direct role in gut function many doctors fail to give their patients any IBS dietary or food guidelines for Irritable Bowel Syndrome treatment at all. Most website resources also fail to steer you in the right direction when it comes to proper […]

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What’s in a name…..Siena Restaurant (GF)

The phrases “fine dining” and “casual” don’t usually pair together. In most cases one cancels out the other; not at Siena Restaurant. Located at 4516 Main St. Snyder NY; Siena Restaurant takes the creature comforts of a rustic cabin in the woods and mixes it with the class and elegance that we’ve come to know in the world of “fine […]

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BBQ to the rescue! (GF)

As Rocky found Adrian- I found BBQ! Oh and how I’ve missed it so. If you’re thinking to yourself “I have gallbladder issues, high cholesterol and/or lactose issues; I can’t eat BBQ”. I’m here to tell you………you’re wrong! Just down the road, at 5007 Lake Ave. in Blasdell NY is none other than BW’s Smokin’ Barrels Barbeque.   This southern, […]

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Digestion Tip of the Month:Get educated; Don’t be afraid to ask

There are many food sensitivities out there that wreak havoc on the digestive system; but for many those sensitivities can turn into something more. Celiac disease is one of them. Celiac disease is a condition that damages the lining of the small intestine and prevents it from absorbing certain parts of foods that keep us healthy. The damage and lack […]

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