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Clubs of America | Jul 03, 2016

If you’re unfortunate enough to deplete your stock of pizzas from your favorite Pizza of the Month Club before the next shipment arrives, and you are having a pizza-based anxiety attack, challen…

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Clubs of America | Jun 20, 2016

It’s a rarity to find a recipe, kitchen cabinet or table that doesn’t include salt. There are over 14,000 uses for it, widely used for centuries as a food preservative.

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Clubs of America | May 18, 2016

Cheese is sometimes maligned by nutritionists, but some varieties offer surprisingly healthy nutrition!  Swiss cheese has just 53 mg of sodium per ounce, the least of all the hard and semi-soft chees…

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Clubs of America | Apr 09, 2016

It’s one of your favorite Pizza of the Month Club’s goals to keep things interesting by bringing our members not only a variety of pizza ingredients, but by offering diverse sauces as well…

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Clubs of America | Mar 11, 2016

Green is the second most popular color (following blue), synonymous with life, hope, vitality, nature, and a whole lot more.

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Clubs of America | Mar 01, 2016

No matter what kind of pizza, it’s a given that it will include some type of cheese.

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Clubs of America | Jan 01, 2016

One of the most beloved stories of all time, Snow White began as a German fairy tale, first published by the Brothers Grimm in 1812 as a part of the first edition of their collection, Grimms’ Fa…

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Clubs of America | Nov 23, 2015

Beginning as early as the 17th century in and around Naples, Italy, when anyone had a hankering for a pizza, all they needed to do was take a stroll through the streets of the poorer sections of the c…

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Clubs of America | Oct 23, 2015

Money aside, is green your favorite color? You’ll have to be more specific for anybody who knows their greens, as there is a minimum of 73 different shades of green.

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Clubs of America | Oct 02, 2015

It’s in recipes everywhere! Have you tried asparagus guacamole? (See recipe at far right.

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