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Curious Cookie – sweet toothiness


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Our panel of sweet tooths agree: “more, please.” How can something taste this good, and be good for us? We can attest to the wholesomeness and eminently edible qualities of 3 of their 4 lines, not having tasted the Sugar free/Low carb line.

All curious cookies feature natural or organic ingredients, zero grams trans fat, no hydrogenated or partially hydrogenated fats/oils, no chemicals, no genetically modified ingredients, no preservatives; and they’re Star D/Star K Kosher-certified. Here’s some of what’s in them — Plugra European style sweet cream cultured butter, unbleached flour, Madagascar bourbon vanilla extract, Bavarian Schokinag chocolate, and sulfate-free fruits grown in the USA. Unrefined evaporated cane juice is used in lieu of processed sugar — except in the sugar-free/low carb recipe, which uses Splenda. Check out their comprehensive, anatomy of a cookie for the complete lowdown on sweet toothiness.

curious cookie offers 4 lines of tantalizing flavors: Premium Gourmet, Muffin Top, Gluten Free, and Sugar Free/Lower Carbohydrate.

  • Premium Gourmet’s yummy flavors are: Ginger Cranberry, Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Raisin, Sugar ‘N Spice and to-die-for White Chocolate & Macadamia Nut or Chocolate Cherry. So flavorful, with out all the bad stuff.
  • Muffin Tops come in: Orange Cranberry, Blueberry, Strawberry and Berry Blast. So moist and rich.
  • Gluten-Free: (which are also lactose-free and casein-free) — Chocolate Chocolate Chip, Lemon Chocolate Chip, Ginger Cranberry and Chocolate Chip. For full-cookie-flavor.
  • Sugar Free/Low Carb: made with Splenda — Coconut, Ginger, Chocolate Chip, Oatmeal Macadamia Nut and Mocha Chocolate.

Single serving packages easily tuck into your backpack, handbag, lunch box or glove compartment. Curious Cookies make a wonderful gift for any occasion — choose your favorite tin or basket. Treat yourself to a few boxes, by ordering @ curiouscookie.com or calling 877-986-6928 (yummy-2-U).

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Monday, April 30, 2007

Booklamp by Bomdesign – recycled reading


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Shed some light on recycling and make a home decor statement in one bold gesture. The Boeklampen by the Dutch design firm, Bomdesign, takes recycling literarily. Used books are handcrafted into elegant lighting fixtures. Presumably more for show than utility, the lamps do make a striking visual statement.

Prices on the fixtures can run to €300 @ bomdesign.nl
(orders can be made by email)

see more cool finds in our Design Category

(via fashion of recycling)

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Green Golf Course – Club Pelican


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Golf courses are notorious for their negative impact on the environment. Destruction of natural habitat, fertilizer run-off and the use of carcinogenic pesticides are just a few of golf’s sins. On the other hand, the sport and its rambling courses appear to be gaining in popularity every year; (yes, I’ve hit a few errant balls into the woods myself).

So what to do? Go green, like Greg Norman’s Pelican Club, voted Best Eco-Friendly Golf Course, (this is all relative). The Pelican Club, located in Caloundra, Australia, (unless you’re a local, you’ll need to cash-in some of those carbon offsets to get there) has developed a chemical-free approach to green maintenance, and has installed nutrient filtration zones to protect nearby environmentally-sensitive wetlands. Many American golf courses should take note.

Club Pelican Golf Course

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monday’s mixed bag of green news


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bahar shahpar – classy tulip mini


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First signs of spring – tulips and minis.

Latest eco darling Bahar Shahpar shapes a lovely Ashima silk skirt for flirty stylish kittens; eco chic meets comfort and style. I love the high waist, perfect length, and deep pockets. available @ kaightnyc.com $230, a bit of a splurge, but so versatile and kicky.

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