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Stop Worrying about Sodium

Over the course of the last decade or so, there have been countless dietary myths that seem to make sense on the surface, but don’t pass the test when actual human physiology and scientific research ...

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Food Comics: Chocolate Lava Cake

We are pleased to introduce Food Comics from The Chopping Block where our resident Cartoonist Tom O'Brien illustrates his cooking adventures. He shows you how to make a quick and easy Chocolate Lava ...

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Learn Your Wine Likes at a Retail Wine Tasting

  Are you a wine drinker who says, “I don’t know much about wine, but I know what I like.”? If so, you can increase your likes by attending retail wine tastings that bring wine power to the people.

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Delicata Squash Gnocchi

All hail delicata squash! Since I stock up on delicata now that it’s showing up in grocery stores and farmers markets, much like when I go apple picking and make all things apple, this time I am ...

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These Southwest Turkey Burgers are Full of Flavor

I find myself wanting a burger lots of times throughout the summer. In fact, pretty much every day. Winter, summer, really no matter what season it is, very few things in this world satisfy me like a ...

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A Tale of Two Cobblers

  Some of my favorite food blogs I’ve written have originated from dinner parties I’ve hosted. It might be somewhat selfish of me, but I will use the occasion as the perfect vehicle for a blog topic. ...

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Go Greener in your Kitchen by Ditching Plastic Bags

  This year I decided it was time to pay attention to how much plastic I was using and focus on ways to make cooking greener in my kitchen. Unfortunately, in the cooking industry we use lots of ...

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Meal Prep Tips to Help You Save Time and Money

  It's Wednesday night, you get out of work late, and one of the kids forgot to tell you that they have a science project due tomorrow. You could order pizza, but you already did that twice last ...

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Canning Boot Camp: The Next Step of Preservation

  We did a lot of canning growing up. All four of us kids helped out: pitting cherries, snapping beans and shucking corn. My dad did the planting, and we all helped tend the gardens while my mom did ...

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The Art of Marinated Sun-Dried Tomatoes

Every year, I look forward to the warm weather beckoning me to start my annual garden. Don’t get too excited. I don’t have a sprawling backyard, or any backyard for that matter – this garden is a ...

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