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By Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | October 17, 2010
The Federal Trade Commission's complaint against the maker of Pom Wonderful pomegranate juice was certainly worth headlines. The regulators have accused Pom Wonderful LLC of making unsubstantiated claims about the health benefits of its beverage, which it advertised as a panacea for heart disease, prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction, among other ailments. According to the FTC, most of the research the company cited did not follow standard scientific method or back up the advertised health claims.
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By Evan Siple and By Evan Siple | September 24, 2013
Ah, the Mule. The Buck. A magical combination of liquor and ginger - be it in ale or beer form - and a dose of citrus, creating one of Earth's finest and simplest delights. Every bar has it on their cocktail menu (and if they don't they certainly should) and most of them are pretty good, but we're always on the lookout for those common cocktails that are elevated above the rest. That cocktail is the Whiskey Ginger at Beatnik Bar. What elevates this particular common cocktail above the others?
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By Gerald Etter and Gerald Etter,Knight-Ridder News Service | March 15, 1992
When she was a child, says Cheri Calbom, co-author of "Juicing for Life: A Guide to the Health Benefits of Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Juicing" (Avery Publishing, $12.95, paperback), she wasn't particularly healthy or energetic."These days, I'm a high energy person," she says.What's made the big change in her life? According to Ms. Calbom, her new-found energy and health is due to juicing.For the uninitiated, juicing is simply taking advantage of the benefits of fruits and vegetables by putting them through a machine -- a juicer -- that extracts their juices while separating the pulp.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Evan Siple | July 9, 2013
Canton's Plug Ugly's Publick House is named after an obscure band of ruffians used to control election day polling by politicians. They had a brief existence in the 1850s and are rumored to have kidnapped Edgar Allan Poe for political machinations leading to his untimely demise. An interesting namesake, to be sure. Given that, obviously they should have a pirate-themed rum infusion, right? Of course. The name is Pirate Juice, a secret blend of seven different rums (and no, my palate isn't sophisticated enough to discern which ones)
NEWS
By Derrick Z. Jackson | August 5, 1994
IT IS a miscarriage of emotions to fret that the Juice is being squeezed because of his race.For sure, some white Americans would gladly give O.J. Simpson, the former football star, the juice for blowing his good Negro status in allegedly killing his white ex-wife. A poll last year by the National Opinion Research Center found that 20 percent of white Americans say interracial marriage should be illegal.For sure, most of white America sees and hears no evil in the criminal justice system.
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By ROB KASPER | January 9, 2008
Maybe it was the sight of all those fat Florida oranges being tossed in the air by the Kansas Jayhawks football players as they celebrated their televised victory over Virginia Tech in the Orange Bowl. Or maybe it was the knowledge that when the worst of winter hits here, luscious oranges imported from sunny climes arrive in the produce aisle. Or maybe I just needed a big dose of vitamin C. For whatever reason, I woke up the other morning craving fresh-squeezed orange juice. I hit the juice-bar trail.
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By SLOANE BROWN | April 5, 2006
Canton Square has a new drinking establishment, but its drinks aren't the kind more commonly associated with the area. Juice Phoria offers a healthful alternative - and perhaps, in some cases, antidote - to the alcoholic beverages served at its neighbor establishments. We're talkin' freshly squeezed fruit and veggie juice drinks like carrot/apple, apple/beet/ginger, carrot/parsley/celery/spinach and orange/grapefruit. You can also order fruit smoothies. The drinks all run in the $4.50 to $6.50 range, and can go higher in price if you add extra ingredients like bee pollen or acai.
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By Charlyne Varkonyi | May 15, 1991
Do you really know what you are buying when you reach for what you think is 100 percent pure orange or grapefruit juice?Better look again. Things aren't always what they seem in the juice labeling biz. And for some shoppers words like "fresh," "natural" or "real" may lead them to the wrong purchase.Twenty-five percent of the 400 grocery shoppers surveyed in Baltimore, Albany, N.Y., and Chicago who thought they were getting pure juice actually bought diluted juice beverages that were extended with water and sweeteners, according to a survey conducted for the Florida Department of Citrus by the Wirthlin Group.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 15, 2005
Jean Reed from Santa Rosa, Calif., was looking for a recipe for peanut-butter cookies that included orange juice in the ingredients. Norma Purlington of Rapid City, S.D., sent in a recipe for peanut-butter cookies that she has been making for many years that uses orange juice. She says it is one of her family's favorite cookies. These cookies look and taste much like a traditional peanut-butter cookie, but they do have just a hint of orange that makes them extra-special. Recipe requests Gail Rosenthal from Absecon, N.J., is looking for a recipe for German streusel cake.
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By Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | January 26, 1992
About 90 percent of Americans drink orange juice at least once a week for breakfast, but only 76 percent drink it regularly at other times during the day, according to a recent survey by the Florida Department of Citrus.The survey, by Beaumont Palmer & Co., was conducted to see how consumers view orange juice in their diet and when they're most likely to drink it. Orange is by far the top juice choice for breakfast. (The top beverage choice for breakfast is coffee and/or tea, with 48 percent choosing one of these.
NEWS
May 31, 2013
I have been watching Oriole games held in Camden Yards and on the road, and the baseballs have been flying out of the ballparks like they were shot out of a cannon. Home runs are regularly being hit as far as 450 feet. If there are 10 or 11 hits in a game, at least three of them are often home runs. In Toronto's ballpark, where the Orioles and the Blue Jays recently played each other, many of the home runs were hit so hard and so far that I thought I watching golf balls being hit off of a tee. What is this, Home Run Derby or a legitimate baseball game?
ENTERTAINMENT
Wesley Case | August 22, 2012
Canton's Plug Ugly's Publick House picked a prime spot in O'Donnell Square. It falls in between Looney's Pub and Claddagh Pub, two well-established Irish haunts where most Baltimoreans know what to expect: cheap beer, Top 40 hits ad nauseam and hordes of young professionals. Replacing the old Helen's Garden restaurant with a shiny two-level bar would seem like a great way to make a splash. Yet every time I've visited Plug Ugly's since its March grand opening - 10 or more, at least - I've been consistently underwhelmed.
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By Meekah Hopkins | November 2, 2011
The fall cocktail menu at B&O Brassiere proves that it takes more than just apple and pumpkin flavors to capture the season. "I wanted to create a drink that screamed fall - something that was rich and yet lively," head bartender and mixologist Brendan Dorr explains. His spirited concoction, the Orchard Express, a twist on the brandy-and-cognac-heavy Sidecar, speaks to both. The Express is a zippy infusion of more sophisticated autumnal tastes. The base spirit is still cognac - Remy Martin VS - but Dorr lightens the mood with two key ingredients: a Rothman & Winter apricot cordial and Cocchi Barolo Chinato.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | October 8, 2011
Horse racing Lemon Juice sweet at Laurel Futurity PTK LLC's Lemon Juice sat behind his entry mate Oil Rig, then surged down the stretch to win the $75,000 Laurel Futurity, the feature offering on a sunny autumn afternoon at Laurel Park on Saturday. Run for the first time since 2007, the historic fixture brought together nine 2-year-olds. Lemon Juice, a Johannesburg colt trained by Dane Kobiskie , won his second stakes race in as many starts, this time under jockey Travis Dunkelberger , in 1 minute, 11.38seconds.
BUSINESS
By Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | July 18, 2011
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport has announced two new tenants it said will appeal to travelers looking for healthier options. Be Relax is now offering spa services at a 275-square-foot location in Concourse A and a 1,125-square-foot location in Concourse D. It will offer manicures, pedicures, massages, facials and other services. Jamba Juice has opened a 504-square-foot location in the food court that serves Concourses A and B. The menu at Jamba Juice includes whole-fruit smoothies, juices, teas, wraps, salads and sandwiches.
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June 6, 2011
So much for the mother's milk of American politics. In Baltimore, it's orange juice. Del. Keiffer Mitchell endorsed Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's re-election campaign in a video released Monday -- one day she drew crowds to his OJ stand at the farmers' market. Coincidence? Mitchell copped to the quid pro quo when I spoke with him just now. He said Mayor SRB came by his stand Sunday. She wasn't buying, but her photographer took a glass of juice. Soon a crowd gathered to see the mayor, and suddenly Mitchell was squeezing up a storm.
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,Special to The Sun | November 30, 1994
Q: About two months ago I canned lemon juice from a recipe that called for 1 quart lemon juice, 1 teaspoon Fruit Fresh and sugar to taste. I processed it for 5 minutes and then put it into 1/2 pint jars. The juice has now turned brown. Is it OK to use?A: The juice is probably fine since a natural browning will occur due to oxidation in even the commercial lemon juice. Tinted glass is used to hide this color. If the juice is very dark or has any off smell or taste do not use it.When you process the juice, make sure the acidic juice does not come into contact with reactive metal.
BUSINESS
By Orlando Sentinel | October 28, 1990
LAKELAND, Fla. -- America's favorite breakfast juice -- Florida OJ -- will be more abundant and cheaper this year as record-busting crops now appear only a few seasons away.Shrugging off the effects of last winter's killer freeze, the Florida citrus industry within four years could be harvesting a record 217 million boxes of oranges, the Florida Citrus Commission was told in a report released last week.The good news in the short run means retail orange juice prices should fall 12 percent in the coming year to about $3.76 a gallon.
SPORTS
By The Washington Post | May 3, 2011
Multiple times over the course of this season, the Washington Capitals characterized stinging defeats and growing pains from a new style of play as lessons that would help guide them through the playoffs. But as they head to Tampa Bay for games 3 and 4 of this Eastern Conference semifinal series, the Capitals cannot afford to learn anything else the hard way. Trailing the Lightning two games to none, Washington must capture at least one victory in back-to-back games for a chance to extend its season and advance to the conference finals.
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