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  • EATINGWELL: Vegetarian Taco Salad

    EATINGWELL: Vegetarian Taco Salad
    Nobody will miss the meat in this colorful, zesty vegetarian taco salad. The rice and bean mixture can be made ahead and the salad quickly assembled at mealtime. Vegetarian Taco Salad Yield: 6 servings, about 1 1/2 cups each Active Time: 40 minutes...
  • SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: Pulled Pork for Fourth of July

    I love traditions. Ever since I first made this dish, my family and friends insist I serve it on Fourth of July. I am a fan of the punched up flavor of the cider vinegar barbecue sauce. As a Californian, I found a way to prepare this that fits in with the...
  • THE KITCHN: A satisfying but simple stir-fry

    THE KITCHN: A satisfying but simple stir-fry
    As much as I love eating out at fancy restaurants and watching TV shows like "Top Chef," the cooking that is closest to my heart is home cooking -- dishes that are humble and maybe a little homely but that feel like the food equivalent of a warm hug. This...
  • EATINGWELL: Maryland Corn and Crab Cakes

    By This corn and crab cakes recipe tastes like summer by the shore. The tomato and corn salad that accompanies them is a lively addition. Maryland Corn and Crab Cakes Yield: 4 servings, 2 crab cakes and about 1 cup salad each Active Time: 1 hour...
  • SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: When there's no kitchen, go for no-cook summer dishes

    SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: When there's no kitchen, go for no-cook summer dishes
    Wouldn't you know it? Upon returning from a dreamy Alaskan cruise, my husband and I were met by my daughter, whose first words were, "Now don't freak out, but there has been a flood in your kitchen." I didn't freak out -- until we came face to face...
  • Onion 'edgy': Tasteless and sickening

    The tweet went as follows: "Everyone else seems afraid to say it, but that Quvenzhane Wallis is kind of a (expletive), right?" The missing word is a bit of verbal sewage sometimes used to disparage women. Begins with "c," rhymes with "hunt." Its...
  • Happy Native American Day!

    It can sometimes seem a long way from Labor Day to Halloween. During that two-month-long stretch, it can feel like not much is happening in the form of those nonreligious, nationally celebrated holidays that give us a good reason to celebrate by cooking...
  • A favorite winter soup

  • Something worth waking up for

    Something worth waking up for
    The moment is approaching once again to spring ahead. Early this coming Sunday morning, the second Sunday of March, we set our clocks forward by one hour to begin Daylight Saving Time. That practice first became widespread during World War I, a way to...
  • Celebrate the farmer's market this Earth Day

    Celebrate the farmer's market this Earth Day
    This coming Monday, April 22, is Earth Day, which for 43 years in the United States and 23 years globally has dedicated itself to building awareness of environmental issues and the role we all can play in protecting our planet and conserving its...
  • Easing into grilling season

    Easing into grilling season
    Memorial Day, originally created almost a century and a half ago to honor the soldiers who gave their lives in the Civil War, has become a national institution -- a time not only to pay our respects to those lost in all our wars, but also to gather with...