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  • Test kitchen bonus: Add Florida mangoes to your menus

     
    Florida mangoes moist interiors are one of the home cook's best-tasting adhesives. Mashed for sauces, mangoes cling to meats and seafood on the grill to hold in flavor and juices. Pureed into drinks, mangoes make a great emulsifier for chilled beverages,...
  • New red watercress from Fellsmere’s B&W farms brightens produce bins

     
    First red celeryfrom Central Florida agriculture behemoth Duda, now red watercress (right) from B&W Watercress, a local grower in Fellsmere (Indian River County). Wild Red Watercress is a rare heritage variety home cooks can only find from B&W, a famil...
  • Ticket Replay: Michelle Obama's health reform plan for restaurant menus and families dining out

     
    The Democrat wants Americans to eat healthier in restaurants, but look what her husband does....
  • Test kitchen bonus: A global bean primer with recipes

     
    It's hard to find a food that has traveled as well as the little legume. In ancient times, its portability made it a staple of travelers, explorers and conquerors. In modern times, these nutritional powerhouses have opened up a world of ethnic cookery for...
  • Do you supplement?

     
    A recent study released by the National Center for Health Statistics found that Americans increasingly are taking vitamins and other supplements. According to the report, nearly 57 percent of adult women and about 50 percent of men took supplements....
  • Wondering What To Do With the Kale in Your Garden? Make Chips!

     
    Kale is really good for you. It’s packed with vitamins and calcium. But if you’re like me it may be one of those vegetables that you’re never quite sure what to do with. I’ve just discovered that kale makes the......
  • Get chocolate, sugar out of school milk

    Get chocolate, sugar out of school milk
    Thirty years ago, kids drank twice as much milk as they did soda. That ratio has reversed. To keep the udders flowing, the milk industrial complex is fighting sugar with sugar. It is turning milk into a soft drink, commonly known as "flavored milk.''...
  • Pumpkin on the rebound

    Pumpkin on the rebound
    Pumpkins aren't just for pie anymore. For as long as there has been Thanksgiving, it seems, Americans have clung stubbornly to the notion that pumpkin, unlike its sister squashes, is meant to be served on a crust and under whipped cream. And on only one...
  • Cranberry Scone Gift Mix

    Cranberry Scone Gift Mix Ingredients: - 1/2 cup quick-cooking oats, uncooked - 1 1/4 cup flour - 1/4 cup (packed) brown sugar - 1 teaspoon baking powder - 1/4 teaspoon(s) baking soda - 1/4 teaspoon(s) baking soda - 1/4 teaspoon(s) salt - 1/2 cup...
  • Letters: Different views on the need for vitamin D

    Letters: Different views on the need for vitamin D
    I was deeply saddened with the Institute of Medicine report that we are a healthy nation in regard to our calcium and vitamin D intakes ["Sweeping Away the Hype About Vitamin D," Dec. 6]. As a physician keenly interested in my patients' nutrition status...
  • Love it, Like it, Hate it - Lunch Box 'Extras'

    Love it, Like it, Hate it - Lunch Box 'Extras'
    Packing your own lunch means that you get to make it as nutritious as you want.  For many of us, though, just a sandwich on whole grain bread isn’t quite enough – we like to have another little snack or two with it.  And depending on which...