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2 hrs ago | Visalia Times-Delta
Listen to great music by the Bobby Seals Whiskey River Band, relish in a delicious meal by Costa's Catering and enjoy an evening of fun, cheer and a chance to win a fabulous raffle gift.
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6 hrs ago | Putnam County Sentinel
Ron Deatrick serves food during last Thursday's Thanksgiving meal hosted by the Deatrick family.
10 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
It's always nice to cook something that's quick. What you might expect to be strong anise notes in the ouzo-spiked broth of these mussels is mellowed by an equal amount of white wine.
15 hrs ago | The Daily News Journal
After you've stuffed yourself with turkey and taters and gravy and pie and -- of course -- stuffing, you might be ready to do penance before the next rush of holiday calories.
Pairing omega-3 supplements with a diet rich in dark green vegetables may boost omega-3 levels in red blood cells, suggests new data that raises 'an intriguing and unexpected hypothesis'.
Onions, the third largest vegetable crop in the world, form a bulb in response to lengthening days, however the molecular mechanisms controlling this response were not previously known.
There have been a lot of frightening things found on or in food lately. Deadly spiders found in bananas and grapes are things that would scare anyone.
Overindulging on Thanksgiving is unavoidable, but feeling bloated and puffy doesn't have to be.
Vegetables are an essential component of maintaining a healthy diet. Eating vegetables lowers the risk of illnesses such as heart disease, cancer, and diabetes.
If "vegetables from outerspace" sounds like science fiction, I can assure you it isn't.
From Metropole's imaginative dishes to the fresh, local food at Bouquet, here are food writer Polly Campbell's 2013 reviews of the newest, best and worst that Cincinnati has to offer.
Butternut squash is a healthy, inexpensive and versatile food, but preparing it for a meal can be a daunting task.
Gardening is a forgiving pursuit. Get it wrong one year and you can start fresh again the next, wiser, with lessons learned.
Several new books have been released in the past few months that make the switch to a plant-based diet a lot easier.
Air travelers have reason to cheer: Food selection is getting better. On average, 76 percent of airport eateries now offer at least one high-fiber, cholesterol-free, plant-based menu item, reports Prevention magazine .
Lots of kids can't stand broccoli and other strong-flavored veggies like cauliflower and kale.