January-February 2016

Magisto (Version 3.11.2)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App Magisto features basic and limited tools but requires no editing skills, making it user-friendly for anyone seeking a simple way to compile existing images and motion clips into an attention-grabbing video,

January-February 2016

Splice (Version 3.2.3)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App A basic video editor with several perks, Splice offers a large free music library, filters, sound effects, motion control, transitions and text options. Users can easily customize video background colors and

January-February 2016

Vee for Video (Version 1.5.1)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App This feature-rich app allows users to shoot, edit and share videos on the go. Import or record footage in segments and easily drag and drop to reorder or delete clips as

January-February 2016

Videoshop Video Editor (Version 5.0.1)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App Comprehensive and easy to use, Videoshop boasts a long list of features to edit and design videos. Start with animated titles, then add voiceovers, music, photos and filters as desired. Speed

January-February 2016

VivaVideo (Version 4.4.8)

December 18, 2015 Marisa Moore

Synopsis of the App With fun and functional features, this lighthearted video-making app is a cinch to use. The in-app video camera allows users to apply special effects while shooting footage, create picture-in-picture videos and

January-February 2016

Hazelnuts are the Overlooked Tree Nut

December 18, 2015 Sara Haas

While other continents have cultivated hazelnuts for centuries, North America has a relatively young relationship with them. In the mid-1800s, an English settler planted the first hazelnut tree in the Pacific Northwest. Now, the hazelnut

January-February 2016

Phyll Dondis Ribakoff: Fighting Hunger in Boston

December 18, 2015 Food & Nutrition Magazine

In the Boston area, Phyll Dondis Ribakoff, RD, LDN, is active in the fight against hunger and food insecurity. Working with dietetic interns at Sodexo, she teaches how to reach food-insecure families through nutrition and budgeting education, and inspires them to participate in

January-February 2016

Super-Seedy Granola Bars

December 18, 2015 Alexandra Caspero

Super-Seedy Granola Bars These grab-and-go bars are packed with fiber, protein and healthy fats. Cover them with plastic wrap to store in the fridge or freezer for a quick, portable snack. See more “Highlighting Healthy

Olive-Chickpea Flatbread
January-February 2016

Olive-Chickpea Flatbread

December 18, 2015 Romina Barritta de Defranchi

Olive-Chickpea Flatbread Perfect for dipping and dunking into soup, this gluten-free and authentic Argentinean flatbread, also known as fainá, is evidence of the Italian influence on this South American country. See more “Highlighting Healthy Fats”

Farm-to-Table Frittata
January-February 2016

Mini Mediterranean Frittatas

December 18, 2015 Karman Meyer

Mini Mediterranean Frittatas Get a taste of the Mediterranean at breakfast with these mini frittatas! Make a batch over the weekend and reheat each morning for a quick and filling breakfast on the go. See

January-February 2016

Tuna Crispettes

December 18, 2015 Sara Haas

Tuna Crispettes Tuna is tossed with olive oil, fresh thyme, garlic and olives, placed atop toasted whole-wheat baguette and then garnished with feta cheese and baked. Serve as an appetizer, snack or light meal. See

January-February 2016

Olives are Mediterranean Marvels

December 18, 2015 Kerry Neville

Unlike many fruits, olives have a bitter taste and are rarely eaten raw. Often, they must be cured in order to be palatable. Oleuropein, which gives olives their bitterness, is drawn out during the curing