Six Steps to Spring-Clean Your Pantry

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Between hearty winter meals and holiday cooking, your pantry can get cluttered quickly. Spring is the perfect time to clean it out, and we’re here to give you a hand. Check out the six steps you need to tidy up your kitchen pantry. Keep the good stuff. There are quite a few items that last … Read More

Discover a New Spin on a Southern Staple

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Forty years ago in 1978, Mrs. L.H. Wiggins of Greensboro, North Carolina submitted her Hummingbird Cake recipe to Southern Living magazine. This pineapple-banana spice cake with cream cheese frosting became their most requested recipe, and they still stand by her original, indulgent, delicious creation. However, every year Southern Living also offers up variations on the … Read More

A Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Rhyme

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We got so excited about St. Patrick’s Day—all the green, the food, the games and decorations—that the only way we felt we could express our enthusiasm properly was through a poem. Plan yourself a St. Patrick’s Day party, And cook recipes that are rich and hearty. Leprechaun Hat S’mores sure to make you smile, And … Read More

The perks of eating a plant-based diet.

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February is American Heart Month, making it a great time to explore new eating styles with added health benefits. Consuming more plant-based foods and reducing animal-derived foods may lower your risk of coronary heart disease.1 A growing wellness trend called plant-based eating promotes a diet that consists of whole, unprocessed foods like vegetables, fruits, beans, whole … Read More

Influential food figures and ideas to honor them.

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Join Publix as we celebrate Black History Month and the many contributions African Americans have made to the foods we grow and eat.   George Washington Carver Scientist and educator George Washington Carver is often credited with saving agriculture in the South by convincing farmers to rotate cotton with soil-enriching crops like peanuts and soybeans. … Read More