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bread

Our Daily Bread

Humans have been baking bread since they first ground grain, made it into a paste and spread it on a hot rock. Archaeologists have found evidence of starches from plant roots and grasses, as well as rudimentary mortar-and-pestle grinding stones dating back 30,000 … read more

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Cornish Hens

Recipes and Tips for a Downsized Thanksgiving Dinner

Editor’s note: This excerpt and recipes were adapted from “Thanksgiving for Two (or Four): Downsized Recipes for Today’s New Thanksgiving Dinner,” a recently released cookbook by Cynthia Graubart, a James Beard Award winning cookbook author. The book captures the reality of Thanksgiving 2020 … read more

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pumpkin bread

The Perfect Recipe for Pumpkin Bread

Fill your house with the aroma of fall with warm slices of this Pumpkin Loaf dolloped with butter. Find more seasonal dessert recipes at Culinary.net. Pumpkin Loaf Ingredients: Nonstick cooking spray 4 eggs 3 1/2 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking soda 2 teaspoons … read more

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food safety

Three Sustainable Food Labels You Should Know About

We’ve all seen people reading the labels of food, beverage and supplement packaging to look at the ingredients and nutrition facts — chances are you have, too. More than ever, shoppers are looking at labels to make sure products match up with their … read more

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salmon on cedar

New Study on Heart Health: Get More Omega-3s

If you’re trying to improve your heart health, chances are you’re doing things like moving more and eating better. Making sure your diet delivers heart-healthy nutrients, including healthy fats, is a smart strategy. A new study from Mayo Clinic Proceedings provides more evidence … read more

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Pumpkin Walnut Sage Risotto

Two Fall Comfort Recipes with Seasonal Ingredients

While this autumn season will likely look different than years past, wholesome meals celebrating fall flavors provide something to look forward to. Along with fall favorites like root vegetables, Brussels sprouts, apples and cranberries, kitchen staples like walnuts also have their own prime … read more

The White House

An Evening Fit for a President

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Americans vote on Nov. 3 for the president of the United States — the 59th presidential election since George Washington was elected in 1788. Celebrate this quadrennial occasion by hosting a dinner party fit for a president, featuring food, libations and pastimes enjoyed … read more

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Skillet Macaroni and Cheese

A Twist on the Mac-and-Cheese

Turning to easy recipes that require minimal cooking time can help take the stress out of busy back-to-school evenings while increasing the opportunities for sharing family moments together. Skip the long cook times of complicated dishes and instead turn to an option like … read more

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The Sip

Summer Slushies

Just because we’re all grown up doesn’t mean we don’t love a good summer slushie. Snow cones and frozen treats are one of the things that mark childhood summer memories of fun. When the weather turns hot, an ice-cold treat hits the spot. … read more

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