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3 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal

When summer's bounty is just too much, make soup

They want to look away, but they can't because curiosity trumps fear. I'd understand this reaction if I were at a horror flick, as I have been known to look away only to have my head reeled back by the ominous music.


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4 hrs ago | Taranaki Daily News

Kumara soup with a twist a true comfort

Recently in our catering kitchen for a staff lunch, chef Ronnie whipped up a pumpkin soup enriched with peanut butter.


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6 hrs ago |

New restaurant Troy: Armed with a viral video, is this a Staten Island food phenom?

The ancient city of Troy is legendary in world history - it was the battle stage for the Trojan Wars and fodder for colorful tales illustrated by Homer.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Staten-Island, NY, New York, NY, Baked Goods, Bread

10 hrs ago | USA Today

Las Vegas' tastiest hangover cures

We're pretty sure rou jia mo doesn't mean "hangover cure" in Mandarin, but eating one does certainly help.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Hamburger, Breakfast

11 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald

Recipes to make the most of winter vegetables

This week, as we celebrate the imminent arrival of spring, I'm looking at all the fabulous winter vegetables that are still going strong and creating delicious ways to keep enjoying them.


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14 hrs ago | Erie Times News

Hints from Heloise: Don't waste those broccoli stems

Dear Readers: Want to save food money by using what you probably throw away? Here's how I use the stems of broccoli , and it's tasty too.


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Thu Aug 21, 2014

Six O'Clock Solution: The raw beauty of yellow peppers

While we enjoy perfectly formed peppers, produced in hydroponic greenhouses and imported most months of the year, local peppers come in various shapes and sizes.


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Detroit News

Grab green tomatoes off the vine early for new or classic dishes

One good philosophy: When life gives you green tomatoes, put them in a frying pan, a pickle jar or a cake or a soup or a casserole.


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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Cold soups will bowl you over

There's nothing more appealing than a cup or bowl of refreshing cold soup on a scorching day, whether it's served as a first course or with a healthful salad or sandwich to create a light summer meal.


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Two-Bean Soup With Kale

This hearty vegetarian soup warms up chilly nights. Use any type of canned beans you happen to have on hand, and add rotisserie chicken or Italian sausage for a heftier dish, if you prefer Heat a large Dutch oven over medium-high heat.


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Bloomberg briefing /

We have re-imagined our design in a bold new way. Before we roll it out for everyone, we are giving select readers an opportunity to try out the new design.


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Northwest News and Tribune

This soup is as cool as a cucumber

Summer is cucumber season, and grocery stores and roadside produce stands are selling the crop at prices so low they are jaw dropping.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Recipes, Athens, GA, Clarke County, GA


Sweet Tomatoes promotes new quinoa salad

Sweet Tomatoes and Souplantation restaurants are promoting a new quinoa and feta salad, available through the end of August, to provide consumers with fresh and trendy ingredients, said Kari Nagel, a spokeswoman for the San Diego-based soup, salad bar and bakery concepts.


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The Times-Tribune

Beet the heat West Clifford woman's chilled Lithuanian beet soup makes perfect summertime meal

BUTCH COMEGYS / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER West Clifford resident Lynn Conrad displays a batch of Saltibarsciai, aka Cold Red Beet Soup, this week's featured recipe for the Local Flavor: Recipes We Love contest.


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The Spokesman-Review

Lentils for more than just soups, stews - Wed, 20 Aug 2014 PST

Packed with protein, fiber and folate, they're hearty, stick-to-your-ribs ingredients, popularized in America by 1971's "Diet for a Small Planet."


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Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Melon Mania lets the good times roll

Take I-80 east toward Reno. Exit at Sierra College Boulevard, turn left. Travel 7 miles to Hwy.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Recipes, Drink, Cocktails, Supplement, Calcium

Tue Aug 19, 2014

'In A Nutshell' uses nuts and seeds to add flair to modern cooking: Cookbook review

"In A Nutshell," by Cara Tannenbaum and Andrea Tutunjian, features modern dishes featuring nuts and seeds, like Poppy-Crusted Scallops.


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Star Tribune

Landon Schoenefeld named Master of the Market

Officially, Landon Schoenefeld of HauteDish in Minneapolis is the winner of this year's Chef Challenge at the Minneapolis Farmers Marke t.


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Comfort Foods Almost as Good as Mom Made Them

Great comfort food is like an old friend: it's just what you need no matter how you feel.


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The Japan Times

Japan's historic love of corn

The fact that corn or maize has a Japanese name - tA morokoshi - indicates that it entered the country centuries ago, before it was the norm to import the name of a food as-is and spell it out phonetically .


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