I discovered Postobon Manzana (Apple) Soda quite recently, when I dined at a new Colombian Restaurant in the city. It tastes very delicious and, as you can see, it is quite Pink!
Over the past two years, I’ve enjoyed covering the slow return of various favorite trade shows, such as the Affordable Art Fair and NY Now while holding-out for what I like to call ‘The Big One.’ Finally, after an absence of two excruciating years, the Summer Fancy Food Show (sponsored by the Specialty Food Association) made what can only be called a triumphant comeback in June of this year. It has taken me this long to distill the experience because, wow, the show was just overwhelming on so many levels.
For those in-the-know about natural remedies, it’s no secret that the Elderberry plant has been called “nature’s medicine chest,” since its berries and flowers are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system. Elderberry dietary supplements are available as gummies, lozenges, syrups and teas to help ease inflammation, lessen stress, improve heart health, and to prevent and mitigate cold and flu symptoms. As we move through the pandemic, having a strong immune system is more important than ever. While researching elderberry supplements after recovering from Covid, I was introduced to Elderberry Immune Support from Good Made Great Foods, which makes adding an elderberry supplement to your wellness routine convenient and delicious.
If you are like me, the many restrictions brought on by the pandemic have not dampened your desire to have nice things, or the quest to keep comfort and joy in your life as much as possible. In practice, this means that if I can’t go to a bar for cocktails, I bring the bar to me in the form of keeping my favorite spirits and mixers stocked and ready to pour. Pandemic Drinking: You Are Doing it Right. Continue reading Product Review: NEFT Vodka, Because You Like to Have Nice Things
Do you like Tea? I sure do. Hot, Iced, Whatever; Tea is a marvelous drink whose appeal transitions seamlessly from season to season. Spring in NYC is a great time to rediscover your love of Tea, because there are chilly days when you want to warm up with a cup of hot tea, and a slow move to warmer weather that may have you craving a cold glass of freshly brewed iced tea. With Tea Drops, a delicious and convenient way to drink tea that takes the tea bag completely out of the equation, you can have both!