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5 min ago | Copenhagen Post
In my family, we actually don't have too many traditional Christmas dishes that we make every year.
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Should PBS receive government funding?
2 hrs ago | ABC News
If you were to describe The Perfect Food, it might go something like this: healthful, delicious, bigger than a morsel and filling enough to fight hunger for hours.
6 hrs ago | The Detroit News
This is a tale of four reader recipes, three variations of them ... and madness.
The iOSphere sizzled as heated speculation and anticipation of the iPhone 6 being able to detect and recognize your face kept spirits buoyant.
Looking for a healthy snack? Grab a handful of berries. Whether strawberries, blackberries, blueberries or raspberries, these superfoods pack a healthy punch for your brain and your body.
Jennifer is a one in a million stay-at-home mom. She graduated from a liberal arts college but there is nothing liberal OR artsy about her.
It's the holiday season and time for desserts and this week I'll feature gluten-free recipes.
This is a recipe from Paula Deen 's Grandmother, and she calls it Meemaw's Kitchen Sink Christmas Cookies - meaning they have everything in them, but the kitchen sink.
Belting "Five Golden Rings" from the top of your lungs while singing the 12 Days of Christmas is as much a part of the holiday season as hanging stockings or drinking eggnog.
Nothing is more addictive than an old-fashioned butterscotch. A simple after-dinner treat does not have to be any more elaborate than a puddle of homemade butterscotch sauce poured over cook, cool vanilla ice cream.
Quality goods which may have been rejected due to labelling problems or over-stocking, are sold cheaply to those on benefits.
Caroline Cestaro of Nolan Middle School celebrated her 13th birthday Sunday with a red-velvet cake covered in white frosting with black polka dots.
St. Louis, MO - infoZine - "Some foods appear to soothe us; others fight the inflammation that comes with stress," Connie Diekman, director of university nutrition at Washington University in St. Louis , said.
MICHAEL J. MULLEN / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Patrice Lawrence of Dunmore, left, follows in the footsteps of her mother, Antoinette Perry, seated, in using homemade bread to help others.
In this photo taken Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, with pictures of backers Bill Gates, left, and Tony Blair, right, in the background, research associate Camilla Hall measures a protein isolate at Hampton Creek Foods in San Francisco.
How do you make a big, bold, savory French toast even bigger, bolder and more savory? Instead of building it a slice at a time, you build it by the loaf.