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5 Medical Treatment Breakthroughs From The 1980's: Medicines and Devices That Were Discovered in The 1980's http://ow.ly/2EyLnt

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Justin and Caroline - the snowy day team!
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What is a girl to do during a winter like this??? Sophie's solution!
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If I say cinnamon, you say ... sugar? It's a popular combination, of course.
But if you're interested in the health-promoting effects of cinnamon, you may want to think anew about the spice.
For instance, says John Critchley, executive chef at Bourbon Steak Restaurant in Washington, D.C., why not add it to savory dishes? He uses cinnamon to create a spice and herb rub for lamb loin. He also whips up a great spinach salad with raisins, pine nuts and cinnamon.
Critchley is a fan of the intense aromatics in cinnamon, especially in Saigon — a cousin of the cassia varieties of cinnamon most commonly used in the U.S. and Europe. And he says adding cinnamon to spice blends is a great way to layer flavors when you're cooking.
And when you start to look at the potential health-promoting effects of the spice, there's even more incentive to experiment with it in the kitchen.

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