BATTER UP FOR OPENING DAY Take me out to the ballgame, take me out to the crowd! OK, we got it out of our system. (Promise.) With the advent of spring comes a glorious time in Cincinnati: baseball season! Opening day is Monday, and to celebrate, we’ve got deals, coupons and specials to help you cheer on our beloved Cincinnati Reds. Just add ...read more
SPRING INTO CLEAN With the long haul of winter drawing to a close, prep your home for spring with mops and brooms, vacuums and rags, and a whole lot of elbow grease. Don’t worry—there’s sunny skies, and sparkling surfaces, ahead! CLEAN OUT Manage the clutter you’ve accumulated over the last year by sorting, recycling, and donating. If you haven’t used an object in at least ...read more
Red Rocks February Ladies, it’s time to rock your favorite red dress. In February, the color of love isn’t just about Valentine’s Day. All February, we’ll celebrate National Wear Red Day with our best crimson duds to raise awareness in the fight against women’s heart disease. Wearing red is a show of solidarity for the mothers and sisters, friends and daughters whose lives ...
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On National Wear Red Day, Celebrate by Enjoying These 10 Red Foods and Drinks 1. Make strawberry-flavored gelatin mixed with fresh strawberries and raspberries. Cut into squares before serving. 2. Frozen Watermelon Bites Alternate frozen cubes of watermelon and mint leaves on a skewer and serve cold. 3. Ravin’ Red Smoothie Blend 1 cup low-fat yogurt, ½ cup frozen strawberries, ½ cup frozen raspberries and 1 frozen banana. 4. Red Pasta Cook ...
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Dining on the Cheap and Healthy January is all about saving money and eating healthy. Dining out doesn’t seem to fit unless you are eating healthy while saving money at these local restaurants. Arby’s: Great choice for roasted roast beef, turkey, and premium Angus beef sandwiches, but did you know they also have Market Fresh salads and Market Fresh Sandwiches perfect for ...read more
Remember to Stay Physically Active this Holiday! The holiday season is about family and food – and all too often, adding a few extra pounds to our waistlines. Being physically active throughout the entire year is important to maintaining a healthy weight. The American Heart Association recommends that children (up to age 18) get at least 60-minutes-aday and adults get at least 150-minutes-per-week of moderately ...read more
Staying Heart Healthy Throughout The Holiday Season Content provided by the American Heart Association The winter season is chock full of delicious dishes and treats, but no one likes the extra calories and added pounds that can come with the seasonal food. Use these smart tips on substitutions and choices to enjoy your favorite winter beverages. You’ll stay heart healthy and look good in those ...
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Be a hero and rescue potential Thanksgiving Day disasters with these simple solutions. FOR THE BIRD • If you forgot to defrost the turkey, call around. Most grocery stores keep fresh turkeys available for that very reason. Or order a fresh turkey two weeks prior to Thanksgiving to eliminate any defrosting problems. • Get a meat thermometer and learn to use it before the big day. • 1-800-BUTTERBALL has a ...read more
Halloween is the kick off for not only creepy crawlers, but creeping weight gain. Brightly colored wrapped chocolates can be found at home, at the office, at school, even at the doctor’s office! Escaping the chocolate maze is one hurdle, next is Thanksgiving with all the homemade dishes and desserts. Even if you make it through Thanksgiving, enjoying everything in ...read more
Celebrate Beaujolais Nouveau’ on November 21st and learn what makes this celebration so special. Finally a dinner date for just the two of you. If kiddie cups is the only drink you specialize in, here are a few quick tricks that can help you pull off wine pairing with minimal knowledge. Red Or White White wines pair better with fish, poultry and pork. Reds are better ...read more