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Taste December 2013

We’ve got unique treats to satisfy the cravings of everyone on your list.

 

Wilderness Poets Nut Butters

Delectable spreads that stand out from the routine horde of sweets, these turn toast into a treat.

Chocohigos Chocolate-covered Figs

The person who is capable of sharing this box with a friend is a very generous person, indeed.

Olli Tartufo Salame

Earthy truffles and rich pork, together in one luscious salami. We’re inclined to call it “hog heaven.”

Tony’s Backcountry Winter Blend

Fair Trade, certified organic and locally roasted, this rich and balanced roast is perfect for the season.

Anchor Brewing Special Ale

This limited edition beer has a new, secret recipe each year and impresses on the first sip.

Organic satsumas

Our certified organic Owari Satsumas are an old Japanese variety grown on a small ranch in California; they’re extraordinarily easy to peel and an absolute standout for sweetness and flavor.

Hand-pulled candy canes

Our oversized candy canes are available in a beautiful array of vegetable-based colors. The hand-pulled canes use natural flavorings and are made in the U.S.

Blue Lotus Traditional Masala Chai

Made in Oregon from certified GMO-free ingredients, this quick mix lets you sweeten to taste and add the milk type of your choice.

Finnriver Cranberry Rosehip Cider

Straight from Port Townsend, this beautifully crafted cider begins with a base of Washington apples, and is finished with just the right mix of tangy red cranberry juice and tart rosehips.

Chocolove Almonds & Sea Salt in Dark Chocolate

Smooth, semi-sweet Belgian chocolate, dry- roasted almonds and a sprinkle of sea salt crystals. In other words, a bar of pure bliss.

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Ask the Nutritionist, December 2013

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During the holidays it’s easy to overindulge given all the festive foods surrounding us at home, at work and at parties. If you are worried you may be overdoing it and would like to better control the number of delicious calories you consume at your next holiday feast, here are my top five tips for smart holiday feasting.