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  • Margarine: Don't believe everything you've heard or read
    Margarine: Don't believe everything you've heard or read about this food
    Sometimes we read something on the internet, andwe think it is true. Sometimes we hear a convincing story, and we think it is true because it sounds like it could be true.There is an internet story that has been circulating since 2003 about the...
  • Margarine not created equal
    Butter spreads are not all what they say (Video)
    Having some margarine on those pancakes or corn on the cob?Do you know that not all the "healthy" margarine's are not created equal? In a quest to have the healthiest margarine on the table at my house I did some homework. In the...
  • Cheese
    Healthy grocery shopping: Dairy aisle
    The dairy aisle should be one of the easiest sections of the grocery store to walk through; milk, cheese, yogurt… seems simple enough, right? Until you realize the multitude of choices these aisles offer: Greek yogurt, light yogurt,...
  • Margarine is a popular food all over the world
    What are the major differences between butter and margarine?
    In an article in the December, 2011 edition of Cooking Light magazine,by Phillip Rhodes called Buttery Numbers, it defines and explains notonly the different types of butter and how they are made, but alsothe maindifference between butter and...
  • You should always use butter in your baking, not margarine
    Butter, lard, margarine, vegetable shortening: What's in them?
    Buffalonians can feel Spring in the air, and Easter is right around the corner. Many will begin baking cookies and cakes for Easter, and somewhere out there someone will begin baking for the first time. First time bakers have lots of questions,...
  • Margarine patented in Binghamton, NY
    Margarine patented in Binghamton, New York
    One-hundred and thirty-nine years ago, on January 3, 1871, Henry W. Bradley patented oleomargarine in Binghamton, N.Y., creating the first substitute for butter, which had been used for centuries.Bradley created a “new or improved lard or...