Topic: Food

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Yuck! to Yum!

Most parents hope it’s a passing phase, but pickiness actually can be fostered in the womb and ingrained in infancy.  Babies’ first flavors are discerned

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Mason Jar Meals

Salads packed in large mason jars are easy make-and-take lunches for people who want a change of pace from sandwiches or a healthier alternative to

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Feast or Famine?

A form of food deprivation with a long history of religious and spiritual connotation is gaining a mainstream following. Intermittent fasting has the potential, according

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FRESH TOMATO BASIL SAUCE

Make this from-scratch tomato sauce recipe when you have an abundance of ripe tomatoes from your garden or the local farmers market. Cooking time varies

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SUMMER TOMATO SALAD

This lightly adapted recipe is from the late, great chef Anthony Bourdain. It is a simple yet flavorful mixture that is easy to prepare and

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QUINOA TABBOULEH

This is a gluten-free twist on the classic Lebanese tabbouleh. Fresh-picked, flat-leaf parsley and mint are the stars of the dish. Be sure to cut

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Shady Veggies

Health derived from home gardening is second only to superior flavors.   When a garden’s balance tips toward nightshades — tomatoes, peppers, potatoes and eggplants

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Quintessential Quencher

Consumers’ thirst for flavored water has come full circle. Round, ripe and ready for picking every summer, watermelon — as its name confirms — is

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Eat Like a Viking

Pickled fish, bitter greens and sour fruits typically test, rather than tantalize, the taste buds. These and other foods foraged by the Vikings and recently

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COCONUT TURMERIC RICE

Ingredients: 2 cups jasmine rice, washed 1/2 medium onion, chopped fine 1 3/4 cups water (or more as needed) 1 – 14-ounce can coconut milk

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Growing Garlic

Minced, chopped or baked, there is nothing subtle about this pungent, in-your-face cousin to the onion. Garlic is actually considered to be a vegetable and

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Sept. 2020 TOC:

  • Take to the River: Social distance on the water
  • Menobelly & Metabolism: Hormone changes and weight gain during menopause
  • Flexible & Functional: How KT tape works with the body to offer support and lessen pain
  • This Little Piggy: With the proper care, guinea pigs can be an endearing home companion
  • Pump Up and Push Through: Pushup variations build upper body strength
  • Mama Mia, Zucchini! 5 ways to enjoy abundant zucchini and summer squash
  • The Skinny on Sweeteners: Choosing natural sugars can have health benefits