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I’m not one to make New Year’s resolutions — I tend to set annual goals on my birthday in July instead — but I do always roll (and I mean roll) into January with a big case of food fatigue and a vow to end the crazy nonstop...
Tags: Dietary Fiber, Cranberries, Potatoes, Green Beans, Garlic
email@example.comEditor's note: This is part of an occasional series of stories on children eating vegetables. The series explores ways to highlight vegetables' flavor and appearance as a way to work around the resistance some kids have to eating vegetables. February's...
Tags: Cheese, Cranberries, Recipes, Breads, Olives
Mardi Gras is next Tuesday -- got your king cake? At first sight, it may come across as, well, a little unusual. A large wreath-shaped cake bedazzled in vibrant shades of purple, green and gold — there's nothing subtle about it. It might be...
Tags: Noelle Carter, Butter, Google+, Epiphany, Ash Wednesday
The stroll to the U.S. Capitol is leisurely despite a soft winter sun and hard northwest breeze to encourage a quicker pace. I resist the farm urge to hurry; I take my time because this may be my last long walk in Washington, D.C. for a while and I want...
The big question for some of us on Super Bowl Sunday isn't who will win or which pricey TV commercial scores big with viewers. We want to know what there is to eat — and there better not be any fumbles. Here are three food strategies to help you...
Tags: Football, Chicken, Mayonnaise, Supervalu Inc., Mustard
In a part of the country that doesn't always respect its history, chef Kris Wessel's new Miami Beach restaurant, Florida Cookery, offers plenty to love. As its name implies, the restaurant is an homage to all that was and is great about food and...
Tags: Rentals, Key Lime Pie, Lobbying, Pineapple, Pies and Tarts
It seems every year, the New Year is the time when so many of us make healthy eating resolutions. Of course, January is when memberships for weight-loss programs boom. But, inevitably, the resolve to diet withers, and we go back to scarfing and feeling...
Tags: Aetna Inc., Sausages, Butternut Squash, Spaghetti, Garlic
If I were to gripe about the Restaurant Week lunch menu at Sepia (123 N. Jefferson St., 312-441-1920), it would be a mild complaint that the $22 menu has only two choices in each of its three courses. It's not a problem when you're a table for two; it...
In December, Clear Spring resident Lynn O'Neil entered Chunks of Coal Christmas Cookies in The Herald-Mail's Cookie Exchange Contest. Her entry was not selected to advance to the final round by judges, but it was distinctive — worth sharing with...
Details of the West Memphis 3 investigation can only be described as ridiculous. “They had one guy say that I looked at him and made him levitate. And this is in police records,” says Damien Echols, who in 2011 was freed from prison after...
Nearly 30 years ago, Marilyn Hembrock and her husband moved to the Smithsburg area. Her husband pastored a church and Hembrock taught school in Montgomery County, Md. But earlier, the couple spent time in Europe with the United States military. "He...
Tags: Coconut, Hurricane Sandy (2012), Recipes, U.S. Military, Germany
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