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With so many grill-worthy summer days around the corner, the National Pork Board (NPB) is encouraging Hispanics as part of its new campaign ¡Prende el Sabor! to turn up the flavor on the grill this summer via a series of video vignettes, which will highlight why pork is the undisputed star at every barbecue in America.
The video series, featuring a fun and spirited grill named “Gloria” the neighbor grill, (@PrendeElSabor) will appear on (@PorkTeInspira) social media channels and website throughout the summer grilling season.
To view the multimedia release go to:
Summer is here, and that means it’s the perfect time to fire up the barbecue and turn outdoor patios and decks into nightly dining rooms. But with all the choices summer brings, finding the perfect and unique grill-able dish and beverage pairing can be overwhelming.
It’s all about remembering the rules of the game, says three-time James Beard winning Seattle Chef and Restaurant Owner Tom Douglas.
“Grilling is a sport,” he said. “It’s all about remembering your rules, creating dishes that are guaranteed to please and being the best grill-master in your neighborhood.”
To view the Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/7409451-tom-douglas-summer-grilling/
Fall is just around the corner which means that stadium parking lots and living rooms across the country will soon be filled with die-hard fans getting ready to cheer on their teams. Probably just as important as wearing your team’s colors AND lucky socks is planning the perfect tailgating menu.
Nearly one in six Americans get foodborne illness every year. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that risk of foodborne illness increases during summer months as the weather warms (making food more susceptible to spoiling) and as more people cook and entertain outside. The USDA recommends four rules for summer food safety: clean, separate, cook and chill.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/62222-foster-farms-cooking-channel-food-network-chef-aida-mollenkamp-grilling
Netflix, Inc. (Nasdaq: NFLX) has unveiled revealing, new information that confirms a sneaking suspicion— more than half (51%) of couples are likely to “cheat”1—but don’t start grilling your significant other or giving them the evil eye just yet.
A recent survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of Netflix2 revealed 51% of those in a relationship would “cheat” on their spouse/partner/significant other by streaming a TV program(s) they agreed to watch together before their partner had a chance to watch it. More specifically, more than 28 million3 U.S. adults (12%) confessed they had already cheated and 10% admitted they had been “cheated on4.” It seems as though sometimes that next episode of your favorite series is just too tempting to wait for your partner. Sneaking around with that addictive little show may seem like a minor form of infidelity—but don’t be surprised if it leads to a few slamming doors and a bit of the silent treatment.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/61735-netflix-survey-more-than-half-of-couples-consider-stream-cheating
Grilling season is in full swing, but the same old menu of burgers, hot dogs and macaroni salad could use some fresh ingredients and ideas. Whether you have a home garden or a local farmers’ market, summer brings an abundance of fruits and vegetables that are prime for grilling. In celebration of its 70th anniversary year, Organic Gardening magazine is keeping the season festive with recipes that take the garden to the grill.
Produce is the tastiest and most nutrient-dense when it is in-season, and it can be more affordable too. Grilling brings out the flavors and juices in fruits and vegetables: corn and zucchini take on a delicious, smoky flavor and the natural sugars in peaches and pineapple caramelize to perfection. Not sure where to begin? Organic Gardening’s Consulting Food and Wine Editor Victoria von Biel offers tips for a more flavorful grilling season.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/mnr/53919-organic-gardening-magazine-70-th-anniversary-recipes-from-garden-to-grill
The thrill of the grill! After more than two decades as “your resident foodie,” Program Host David Venable is dishing about his favorite tips and tricks to throwing the perfect backyard barbeque. From selecting just the right grill to finding all of those BBQ essentials, Venable is offering his recipe for the summer’s hottest must-haves.
To view Multimedia News Release, go to http://www.multivu.com/players/English/49808-david-venable-qvc-in-the-kitchen/