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  • Children rally around dad with Alzheimer's

    Children rally around dad with Alzheimer's
    Irrepressible best describes 9-year-old Bradley Garner, whose enthusiasms range from baseball to gardening, trees and driverless cars. More reserved, his older sister, Frankie, 12, pursues similar interests in softball and nature, along with music...
  • Extreme pumpkins: Is a 1,985-pound pumpkin just too big?

    Extreme pumpkins: Is a 1,985-pound pumpkin just too big?
    The biggest pumpkins in the world keep getting bigger. This year the largest pumpkin at the annual Pumpkin Weigh-Off in Half Moon Bay, Calif., weighed in at 1,985 pounds -- bigger than any pumpkin in the contest's 40-year history. Still, it was not...
  • Recipe: Pumpkin pie with pecan brown butter streusel

    Recipe: Pumpkin pie with pecan brown butter streusel
      Total time: 2½ hours, plus chilling and cooling times Servings: 8 Note: Adapted from Quinn and Karen Hatfield. Pie dough 3/4 teaspoon salt 1/4 cup plus 3½ tablespoons water 2 3/4 cups plus 2 tablespoons (12 ounces) flour 3/4 cup (1½ sticks) plus...
  • Half of food produced worldwide is wasted, study finds

    Half of food produced worldwide is wasted, study finds
    Up to half of the food produced worldwide never makes it into a consumer's mouth, according to a new report. That’s as much as 2 billion tons of grub that’s wasted, according to a study released Thursday by Britain's Institution of...
  • Genetically Engineered Food Needs Labels

    If there's one thing that stands out for me during my 25 years in Connecticut, it was the quiet but delicious return of good food and local farms. For readers who are less than 40 years old, please remember, there were no farmers markets in the state...
  • Cities Must Preserve Farmland, Eat Locally

    In the next 40 years, the world will need to produce as much food as it has produced over all of human history. Across the planet, hundreds of millions of people go to bed hungry every night — and more and more of them live in cities. Tackling...
  • Preserve Southbury Training School Farmland

    Preserve Southbury Training School Farmland
    Large state institutions were once built to be self-sustaining; many had their own farms and grew their own food. Though some of those farms have been lost, remarkably some remain, the crown jewel of which is an 825-acre farm portion of the Southbury...
  • Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Cologne

    Travel Postcard: 48 hours in Cologne
    COLOGNE (Reuters) - Famed for its yearly carnival celebrations, there is more to Cologne than silly costumes and soccer's Lukas Podolski. Have a closer look at Cologne, or Koln, as it's called in German. It is a hub of European high-speed train travel....
  • Vegging out

    Vegging out
    Anyone who has tried to travel while minding a serious diet probably has had to compromise. After being offered only risotto or pasta at several restaurants in Italy, a vegetarian friend ordered "steak and baked potato, but hold the steak" in self-...
  • It's a dog's life in San Diego's funky Ocean Beach area

    It's a dog's life in San Diego's funky Ocean Beach area
    If dogs could talk, they'd sing the praises of Ocean Beach, a laid-back San Diego neighborhood. Here, canines have top-dog status — they even have their own beach. There's much for humans to like as well in what's known as the People's Republic of...
  • Oregon farm stay gives travelers a peek into rural life

    Oregon farm stay gives travelers a peek into rural life
    ALSEA, Ore. - Paco is a miniature Sicilian donkey - one of many endearing souls guests encounter when staying overnight at Leaping Lamb Farm, in Alsea. "Farm stays," as they're called, are popping up at a growing number of farms, ranches and vineyards in...