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  • Picnics aren't just sandwiches and chips! Think dessert, too

    When it comes to packing a picnic, the savory items are easy. Sandwiches and wraps. Potato and pasta salads. Chips and dips. It's all very transportable and all very easy to eat while perched on a blanket in the grass. But dessert can prove less obvious....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great chopped salad ideas for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great chopped salad ideas for Meatless Monday
    It's Meatless Monday. Even if you have no intention of going vegetarian full-time, there's no reason you can't give it a try once a week. And with these tempting chopped salad recipes, you won't even miss the meat. Fresh vegetable chopped salad: BLD...
  • Family Meals Matter: Snack smarter, improve family's eating habits

    Family Meals Matter: Snack smarter, improve family's eating habits
    Kids and adults are snacking more than ever before. Up to one quarter of our daily calories now come from foods eaten outside of mealtimes. In order to snack smarter and improve your family’s eating habits, try preparing family meals with foods...
  • Let's Eat: Simple Cheese Quiche

    Even little hands can pitch in to make this simple yet elegant dish, which works just as well for breakfast as it does a lazy, early-afternoon brunch. This recipe pairs cheddar with fresh chives, but any fresh herbs parsley, thyme or marjoram would be...
  • Ask the Test Kitchen: How do you cook Shishito peppers?

    QUESTION: I planted Shishito pepper plants in my garden this year. What are some ways to prepare/cook them? Denise Krupa, Sterling Heights, Mich. ANSWER: Shishito peppers are a mostly mild chile pepper native to Japan, where they are a popular snack...
  • 'Mallmann on Fire' puts primitive cooking on the table

    It was a surprise to open a cookbook thinking I'd get new ideas about barbecuing, only to find the chef-author cooking on grills the size of bedsprings. After venturing into Francis Mallmann's new book, "Mallmann on Fire: 100 Recipes," I discovered its...
  • Cook's Corner: Caribbean-style jerk burger heats up grilling season

    Weber surveyed grill enthusiasts to ask what they're looking for and found that: 50 percent are looking for a splash of color to accent their grills. Black is still classic (30 percent), stainless steel is waning (23 percent) followed by red/brick red...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Pasta dish packed with tangy feta flavor

    There's a good variety of feta cheeses available at grocery stores, from the traditional Greek-style made from goat's or sheep's milk to cheese packed in brine to ones that are seasoned with herbs or have added ingredients. Feta often comes in a solid...
  • Cookbook helps keep Choctaw-Apache Tribe's legacy alive

    On the eastern shore of the Sabine River, on the Texas-Louisiana border, the Choctaw-Apache Tribe of Ebarb, La., has called a corner of north Louisiana home since the 18th century. The tribe is recognized by the state of Louisiana but so far has not...
  • Tarting it up: Rhubarb adds a slash of flavor and color to spring

    If you've never indulged in rhubarb, this year you should: High in vitamins C and K (which plays an important role in bone health), and a good source of dietary fiber, it provides a pretty nutritious bang for your buck. Rhubarb also is one of nature's top...
  • Salads for the main course are a quick fix

    Main dish salads for dinner are a quick and easy option solving the dinner time dilemma. Start out with any variety of greens such as romaine, green or red leaf lettuce, arugula or spinach and top it with a hearty ingredient. Today's recipe is topped...