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Vegetarian options at fast-food restaurants

Check out these meat-free options at fast-food joints. Read more



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Environmental Nutrition: Trim pesticides in produce

It's time to tune into the Dirty Dozen, based on the Environmental Working Group's analysis of USDA tests on pesticide residues on conventionally grown produce. Even if you wash and peel produce, pesticide residues in conventional fruits and vegetables persist; almost 70 percent of conventional... Read more

EatingWell: Bring on the greens

This salmon dinner gives you a healthy dose of greens. This dish also features a simple method for doctoring a can of chickpeas: Just spice them up, and roast until crispy. Roasted Salmon with Smoky Chickpeas& Greens. Read more

The Kitchn: Give pork chops a Marsala makeover

For a fun, easy twist on chicken Marsala, give boneless pork chops a try for dinner instead. When cooked in a bit of browned butter and then simmered in a glossy sauce rich with golden-brown mushrooms and sweet Marsala wine, these pork chops can make dinner just a tad more elegant. It may seem a bit fussy to use... Read more

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Seriously Simple: Naked cakes are elegant and Seriously Simple

Michelle Heston is a colleague of mine I have known for many years. She is a seasoned public relations director for the Fairmont Hotels in San Francisco. For the last few years I have been watching her posts on Facebook, noting that they were nothing about hotels but instead beautiful cakes. Read more

Red lentils shine when you add garlic, ginger and curry

Small red lentils are one of our favorite legumes; they do not hold their shape when cooked but break down into a creamy, thick puree—perfect for a hearty, satisfying soup. Read more

Dive into a rich dish of zucchini, basil and mozzarella

This summer, my sister, Mary Pat, traveled to Italy on a bike tour. One of the advantages of biking through Italy is that you can eat anything and everything you want and not worry a bit about the calories. Turns out, my sister's favorite dish was actually a healthy dish of local zucchini, tomato sauce, basil and fresh mozzarella. It was served to her in a generous square like lasagna, but instead of noodles, the layers were made up of thinly sliced zucchini. Read more

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Here are the 10 best beers to drink this fall

Here's a look at the 10 highest-rated autumn seasonal beers, according to the rankings on RateBeer.com (and only one has pumpkin in it). Read more

40 cheeseburgers that have fewer calories than a Cheesecake Factory Caesar salad

This list may make you think twice about ordering a Caesar salad the next time you go out. Read more

Put ice in your hamburger? 27 great grilling tips

Grilling season is well underway, and we’ve got you covered. Before you break out the grill for the Fourth of July, check out these tips fr… Read more

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Connecticut's Shady Glen featured on television show

MANCHESTER, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut restaurant known for its unusual cheeseburgers is getting some national television exposure. Read more

UN says more worldwide going hungry, blames climate change

ROME (AP) — The number of hungry people in the world is growing again, in large part due to climate change that is wreaking havoc on crop production in much of the developing world, the United Nations said Tuesday Read more

New sugar label rules about maple syrup, honey coming soon

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says new guidance about added sugars that will provide an alternate labeling option for pure maple syrup and honey will be released next year. Read more

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