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  1. Rhubarb: Nutrition and Savory Side Dish Recipe

    Rhubarb's ruby red, pink, and green striped coloring makes it one of the prettiest garden sights from spring to fall. This veggie (though it’s also considered a fruit) is packed with nutrients and can add variety to your diet. Sometimes it’s used in desserts, but there are lots of ways to cook rhuba

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  2. Grill Talk: 4 Tips for Outdoor Cooking

    Nothing says "summer" like barbecue, and firing up the grill can be an easy way to cook delicious, healthy food. These few tips can get you started. Choose gas if you're nervous about lighting up for the first time. Charcoal can be temperamental and messy, but a gas grill is as easy to light as a ga

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  3. 8 Fun Facts About Vanilla

    You know that vanilla is oh-so-delicious, but did you also know that it’s rare and expensive? Here are some surprising facts, plus a recipe for vanilla panna cotta. Vanilla is the only fruit-bearing member of the orchid family. The flower that produces the vanilla bean lasts only one day. The beans

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  4. Gluten-Free Baking: How to Prep Your Kitchen

    You're avoiding gluten because you have celiac disease, or because you have health problems, possibly fatigue or abdominal pain, caused by sensitivity to gluten or by gluten intolerance. Whatever the reason, you need simple strategies for preparing delicious and nutritious gluten-free meals and snac

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  5. Q&A With Rocco DiSpirito

    Born in Queens, NY, and educated at the Culinary Institute of America, Rocco DiSpirito is well-known as a celebrity chef, cookbook author, TV host, and food truck purveyor. 1. How do you juggle it all? "It's not easy. You have to carve out time, make decisions. It's like expediting in a restaurant k

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  6. Apricots: Pork Recipe and 5 Fun Facts

    1. When They're in Season Fresh apricots are available year-round throughout North America. From May through August, varieties mainly come from California and Washington. The rest of the year they're likely from South America. 2. How to Choose Apricots To select ripe apricots, look for fruit with a

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  7. No-Guilt French Toast and Other Breakfast Ideas

    Everyone needs a tasty, filling breakfast that supplies energy for the whole morning -- even if you're not a "morning person." Simple breakfasts can be satisfying, as these ideas show. Be a smoothie. One of the fastest (and yummiest) ways to get fruit, protein, and calcium is with smoothies. You can

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  8. An Italian-Style Christmas Feast

    Long before he stole the show as a runner-up on Bravo's Top Chef All-Stars, Mike Isabella was just another Italian-American kid in North Jersey who loved his grandmother's cooking. Every Christmas Day, Isabella's family would gather at his Aunt Connie's house, where his grandmother and aunts whipped

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  9. Coffee May Keep Your Ears From Ringing

    By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Aug. 8, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Being a coffee lover may be good for your ears, a new study suggests. Researchers found that women who consumed higher amounts of caffeine were less likely to have tinnitus, which is a steady ringing or buzzing in the ear.

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  10. Labeling Rules for Gluten-Free Products Take Effect

    Aug. 6, 2014 -- New U.S. labeling regulations for products that claim to be gluten free are a "major milestone," according to an expert. Under the Food and Drug Administration rules that take effect Tuesday, packaged food labeled as being gluten free cannot contain more than 20 parts per million of

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