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Eating Sauerkraut on New Year's Day is a long-held Pennsylvania Dutch tradition that's believed to bring good luck throughout the upcoming year. The traditional meal usually also includes pork to represent rooting into the New Year. "This year we're ready. We've produced more than 130,000 tons of Sauerkraut to meet the demand. And we provide Sauerkraut connoisseurs plenty of ideas for preparing Sauerkraut recipes at our web site, sauerkrautnews.com," added Downs.
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Pistachios, when eaten in both 3 ounce and 1.5 ounce servings, resulted in study participants experiencing a significant reduction of the biological effects of acute stress. During the diets supplemented with pistachios, subjects had lower blood pressure during stress.
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Wholly Gridiron Game Time Dip
-- 1 Tbsp butter
-- 1/2 cup red bell pepper
-- 1/2 cup onion, chopped
-- 2, 15 oz cans black beans, rinsed and drained
-- 2 tsp fresh chopped jalapeno peppers
-- 1/2 tsp ground cumin
-- 1 cup salsa
-- 2 cups cheddar cheese, shredded
-- 14 oz Wholly Guacamole
-- 1/2 cup sour cream
-- 1 bag tortilla chips
1. Melt butter in skillet; add peppers and onion, Cook over medium heat until onion is softened. (4 minutes). Stir in beans, jalapenos and cumin. Cook until heated.
2. Transfer 1 cup of bean mixture to a food processor, cover and process until smooth. Return blended mixture to remaining mixture and stir to combine. Spread onto a 11x8 baking dish. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours or overnight.
3. Just before serving, layer over the bean mixture, salsa, cheese and top with Wholly Guacamole.
4. Spoon sour cream into resealable plastic bag. Snip off corner and pipe sour cream over the guacamole to resemble yard lines on a football field.