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Friday, October 20, 2017

North America treat mystifies Europeans

October through December are prime months for pumpkin pies -- a uniquely North American treat that mainly puzzles Europeans. In fact, expats routinely complain that...

New food nutrition labels now list ‘added sugars’

The useful nutrition labels on foods now contain a new element: Added Sugars. The listing now allows consumers to tell how much sugar is naturally...

Iron-skillet seared chops and peaches

Here's a meal that brings out the flavor of the delightful peach, even if, as a yankee, you get store peaches that are routinely...

Time for some zucchini. And more. And more.

They can be fun to grow and this is the problem. One vine of properly watered and pollinated zucchini produces enough squash for a family....

Low-carb stuffed peppers spice up the season

Bell peppers have it all: They are nutritious, fun to grow, pest resistant and beautiful. Unlike most, bell peppers (named for their distinctive shape)...

Happy National French Fry Day!

July 13 is National French Fry Day! Folks everywhere can participate by enjoying one of the many varieties of the classic food. French fries, also...

Shrimp and asparagus: A lovely combo

It was the favorite vegetable of Julius Caesar, King Louis the XIV, and Thomas Jefferson. But the history of asparagus begins long before that. The...

FUNDRAISER – The Donut Kitchen is coming to Warren Memorial Hospital’s...

The Donut Kitchen is coming to Warren Memorial Hospital's NORTH Entrance on Tuesday, July 18, and is making their delicious donuts fresh for you...

Over 50 and back in the kitchen for fun and nutrition

After a lifetime of cooking for a family, seniors can find themselves happily in the kitchen again. In fact, cooking can actually be fun when...

Mint tea from the herb garden

A refreshing treat to try in the summer is mint tea from your herb garden. Pick roughly a dozen sprigs of mint and pull...