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Easter Brunch at the Figge Art Museum PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Anne Coffman   
Thursday, 14 March 2013 15:26
Sunday, March 31st, 2013  -  10am-2pm

On Sunday, March 31st, The Figge Art Museum is hosting the Easter Brunch prepared by Heart of America chef Dave Mickelwright. The brunch will take place in the elegant dining area with river views as your backdrop. After your meal, browse the unique merchandise in the Museum Store, or talk with a docent for an informal exhibition tour. Your brunch receipt is your ticket to free admission to the museum, as well as a 10% discount in the Museum Store! Prices are $22.99 non-member, $19.99 member; children 4-10 $10.99 and under age 4 is free.

Menu
Fresh Fruit Platter with Raspberry cream
Asst. Danish & Fresh Pastries
Asst. Salads & Marinated Vegetables - Small Peel & Eat Shrimp, Smoked Salmon

Oven Baked Waffles w/ all toppings
Plain Scrambled Eggs
Denver Egg Casserole
Bisquits with Sausage Gravy
Cheddar Hashbrown Casserole
Applewood Smoked Bacon
Sausage Links

Mashed Potatoes with Turkey Gravy
Candied Yams, Green Bean Casserole, Buttered Corn O'brien
Macaroni & Cheese
Roast Turkey w/ Sage Dressing, Carved Ham
Carved Prime Rib - Au Jus & Horseradish
Asst. Dessert Cakes and Fresh Baked Pies

Reservations are required and can be made by calling 563.345.6647 (reservations only, please).

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Join Wisk Away Cafe for St. Pat's Feast PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Laura Prichard   
Thursday, 14 March 2013 14:59
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Easter Brunch Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Anne Coffman   
Monday, 11 March 2013 11:41

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Time: 10am-2pm

 On Sunday, March 31st, Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse, 1300 River Dr, Moline; will host Easter Brunch from 10-am-2pm. Reserved seating is recommended. Enjoy an elegant Easter brunch buffet with Chef Carved Prime Rib, Classic Breakfast, Carved Ham, Waffle Station Lasagna, Chicken Madeira, Omelet Station, Seasonal Fruit, Gourmet Desserts and Much More. Prices for the brunch are $22 per person, $12 children age 12 and under, High chair age free. For more information visit johnnysitaliansteakhouse.com. To make reservations call the restaurant at 309-736-0100.

Johnny’s Italian Steakhouse, 1300 River Dr, Moline, IL 612654

 
Kids Cooking Class This Sunday! PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Laura Prichard   
Wednesday, 06 March 2013 12:34

SIGN YOUR KIDS UP TODAY FOR THE COOKING CLASS ON MARCH 10, 2013.!

CALL (563) 659-0770 TO RESERVE A SPOT IN THE ST. PATRICK'S KIDS COOKING CLASS.

 
Bacon – The Next Health Craze? PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Ginny Grimsley   
Friday, 01 March 2013 10:52
… And 4 More Unlikely Good-for-You Foods
Recommended by Celebrity Dietician

Bacon has always been popular, but now it’s the standard by which many express affection with the ubiquitous online meme: I love you more than bacon.

It’s considered by many to be the ultimate food indulgence, but according to Dr. John Salerno, a protégé of “Atkins Diet” creator Dr. Robert Atkins, bacon is one of the healthiest foods you can eat.

“Many think of bacon as one of the guiltiest pleasures possible, but it has also been shown to alleviate the effects of diabetes, heart disease and strokes,” says Dr. Salerno, author of “The Silver Cloud Diet,” (www.thesilverclouddiet.com). “Nitrate-free bacon is an excellent source of high protein, low-carbohydrate energy that helps to reset the metabolism, and it’s filled with amino acids delivered without the risk of dangerous levels of mercury, which can be found in many fish.”

Need more reasons to love bacon?

• It has a 4:1 ratio of protein to fat;
• It contains choline, which boosts memory and healthy brain function;
• It’s composed of monounsaturated fats, the kind that contains lots of healthy fat-soluble vitamins and minerals
• It’s a potent source of oleic acid and saturated fats, which help reduce levels of low density lipoprotein (LDL), lower triglycerides, and raise HDL – commonly referred to as the good form of cholesterol.

Dr. Salerno says there are other indulgent-yet-healthy foods out there, including:

• Butter: Butter contains the highest amount of butyric acid found in a natural food source. Butyric acid is recognized for its roles in cellular health, antioxidant protection and metabolic properties; it also increases energy and may prevent cancer. Butter derived from natural, grass-fed animals is recommended.

• Barbecue: Add sauces and condiments and this American favorite will have more starch and sugar than Salerno recommends. But the main ingredient – meat – speaks to the heart of a low-carb, high-protein diet. Grass-fed hamburger meat and organic, hormone-free chicken provides the nutrients your body needs. Stay away from the buns, sugary condiments, sauces and marinades, and you can enjoy a healthy barbecue.

• Omelets: Eggs contain lots of cholesterol and saturated fats, which have been demonized throughout the latter half of the 20th century. Fortunately, we know there is such a thing as good cholesterol and fat. Packed with vitamins, minerals and one of the best-absorbed proteins we can feed our body, any negatives associated with eggs are far outweighed by the benefits. Natural, unprocessed cheeses and cream add to the nutritional value of an omelet.

• Chocolate ice cream: Ice cream made with organic egg yolks, heavy cream and a small amount of stevia herb for taste, instead of sugar, is actually a healthy dessert. Fats are fine, with the exception of trans fats, so long as dieters control their carbohydrate intake. Humankind did not evolve with the vast amount of foods today that contain complex carbs and hidden sugar. Our bodies are used to high amounts of natural fat and a limited amount of unprocessed carbs.

About Dr. John Salerno

A board-certified family physician, Dr. John Salerno has been pioneering complementary medicine for more than 20 years. Best known for his Silver Cloud Diet nutrition program, anti-aging supplements, and natural therapies, Dr. Salerno has crafted original treatment plans to restore human health. His publications and professional studies have made him a popular expert on the physiology and assessment of many complex medical conditions. Dr. Salerno was a protégé and colleague of prestigious Dr. Robert Atkins and served as a clinical preceptor at the Yale University School of Medicine for three years. He has worked with Hollywood actress/author Suzanne Somers (bioidentical hormone replacement therapy pioneer); actor Steven Cannell; and president of the International Congress of Integrative Medicine, Dr. Hiroyuki Abe M.D.

 
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