Recipe: Pumpkin Pancakes with Spiced Clementines

| By Jamie Stolarz | It’s time to bring out the canned pumpkin and celebrate the Thanksgiving season. Pumpkin goes beyond pumpkin pie. From a dietitian’s standpoint, it’s a vegetable that adds vitamin A and fiber to your diet: Vitamin A is an antioxidant vitamin that helps fight free radicals in the body; these free radicals, if left unchecked, can cause cellular damage over time. … Continue reading Recipe: Pumpkin Pancakes with Spiced Clementines

Editor’s Shopping Cart: November

| By Kathryn Deen | Here are some of my favorite things from shops around Clermont. Pamper yourself or start your holiday gift shopping early! The perfect black wedge: A versatile, go-to shoe for interviews, networking or date night, these beauties toe the line between the formality of heels and the casualty of flats. The bows add a darling feminine touch, and the shiny layer … Continue reading Editor’s Shopping Cart: November

Keep Food Poisoning off the Table this Holiday

| By Jamie Stolarz | Staphylococcus aureus. Campylobacter. Shigella. These foodborne illnesses sound like dinosaur names or constellations in the sky. They seem far off – but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 6 Americans gets sick from foodborne illness each year. That’s every sixth seat around your Thanksgiving table. Talking about food safety isn’t the most fun part of … Continue reading Keep Food Poisoning off the Table this Holiday

Fall Fun & Halloween Happenings

| By Dylan Leigh Gamez | The city of Clermont comes alive with the undead and plenty of surprises throughout the spookiest season. From trick-or-treating events for little ghouls and boys to frightening fun for adults, there is a way for all Clermont mortals to enjoy a festive fall. Keep your spooky senses about you and keep an eye on Clermont Magazine for more events as … Continue reading Fall Fun & Halloween Happenings

Tips to Keep Dogs Out of Trouble this Halloween

| By Darrel Hager | Halloween can be “ruff” on your furry friends. Trick-or-treating visitors come with a slew of doggone dangerous situations, from potential bite incidents to dogs bolting out the door. Here are five tips to make things go a little smoother for Fido when the neighborhood kids come knocking on your door. Exercise: Take your dog out earlier that day and throw a ball, … Continue reading Tips to Keep Dogs Out of Trouble this Halloween

How Not to Get Sick From Halloween Candy

| By Jamie Stolarz | October. One of my favorite months for both the weather and the start of the holiday season.  With the holidays come many food events, starting with Halloween trick-or-treating and parties. But the holidays also bring the potential for lower-nutrient foods and weight gain.  How can you enjoy the holidays without the weigh-down from the higher-fat and higher-calorie foods?  Here are … Continue reading How Not to Get Sick From Halloween Candy