Tuesday, October 18, 2016

What’s for Dinner Depends on the Generation at the Table

What’s for Dinner Depends on the Generation at the Table, Stay Warm with Squash, Small Town Brewery Not Your Father's Vanilla Cream Ale

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October 18,  2016
 
 
 

The NPD Group’s “A Generational Study: The Evolution of Eating” takes an in depth look at each generation’s motivations, needs, and wants when it comes to dinner.

They compare the eating styles to be as different as the music that each generation listens to and calls their own. 

According to the report, millennials, who are all about personalization and wanting to add their own touch, want more control and involvement in the foods and meals they eat and believe that playing a part in the cooking process equates to cooking from scratch. As a result, this generation has shifted some of their dinner occasions from eating out to preparing meals at home. Millennials have been incorporating more side dishes into their dinners. 

 
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Stay Warm with Squash
Festive and flavorful, a single serving of delectable orange squash is chock full of vitamin A and potassium. A staple in the diets of Native Americans long before the pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock, squash, pumpkins and other gourds have come to signify the arrival of the fall harvest and bounty.
Phil's food reviews
Small Town Brewery Not Your Father's Vanilla Cream Ale
This is an unusual review for us. It's actually a 4.1% beer with added vanilla extract along with other natural and artificial flavors. Since it is a beer, they don't require nutritional information to be on the package. Watch my full review.
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Phil's Food Reviews for October 17th, 2016:  This week Phil reviews vanilla beer, a coffee creamer made with coconut oil, a delicious veggie dip for kids and adults, one of the best frozen lasagnas ever, and amazing new flavored cashews.

A Healthy Halloween for Children With Food Allergies: Halloween is a time when parents who have children with allergies need to be very careful in monitoring the candy their children eat. Reading labels is extremely important at this time as some candies may have ingredients such as peanuts, tree nuts or milk that you would never assume were there. To assist parents, The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network (FAAN) has prepared a list of tips to help keep your children safe while having fun this year on Halloween.

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