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Raspberry Meringues

Airy meringues are topped with siggi’s yogurt, fresh raspberries, lime zest and white chocolate.
Posted Tue., Sep. 27, 2016

How You Can Fight Hunger and Malnutrition

When I was a freshly minted registered dietitian, I thought I was going to change the world of clinical practice. Today, I dedicate my life to addressing nutrition and alleviating hunger.
Posted Mon., Sep. 26, 2016

3 Sneaky Substitutions for Kitchen Improvisers

I am not much of a strict recipe follower. I prefer to follow creative inspiration rather than do what the recipe tells me. Here are three of my favorite substitution discoveries in the kitchen!
Posted Fri., Sep. 23, 2016

Yogurt Waffles with Strawberry-Rhubarb Syrup

Light Belgian waffles topped with a homemade strawberry-rhubarb syrup is the perfect breakfast or brunch for springtime.
Posted Thu., Sep. 22, 2016
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Straddling the line between alcohol abuse and eating disorder, "drunkorexia" involves restricting food intake, bingeing and purging, and excessive exercising to "make room" for alcohol. What you need to know about this worrying trend.
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Boston Favorites Recipes

Gather friends and family to enjoy a taste of the tropics and exotic ingredients in these sensational summer meals.

Shallots: The Subtle, Sweet Member of the Allium Family

While home cooks often use shallots interchangeably with onions in recipes (three to four shallots are equal to about one medium onion) their flavors are actually quite different. Shallots have a more subtle, sweet flavor that is less pungent than onions. Their complex flavor resembles a combination of both garlic and onion.
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Crazy for Crucifers: 13 Cruciferous Vegetables Brimming with Nutrients

Kale has been the "It" vegetable for years. Now, its cousins, members of the botanical family referred to collectively as cruciferous vegetables, are enjoying overdue culinary cachet in the United States.

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When most people hear “yoga,” they think of the physical practice. But in fact, The Yoga Sutras contains only one verse about physical poses. Most teaching is devoted to understanding the mind and living a harmonious life.

Beyond Recycling: The Three Rs of the Environment in the Kitchen

"Reduce, reuse, recycle." Often people focus their energy on the final word of this ecological trifecta — but the first two are just as important (if not more so)! Tackle waste in the kitchen with these tips.

How Dutch Ovens Do (Almost) All the Cooking for You

A classic enameled Dutch oven is considered by many to be the workhorse of the kitchen. On the stove or in the oven, use a Dutch oven to cook roasts, braises, soups, stews and casseroles, as well as any recipes that can be prepared in a conventional oven.
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Where Can I Find Stock Images for My Food Blog?

Looking for high-quality photos for your food blog or website? Use these stock photo resources, or learn how to take your own!

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The Power of Virtual Reality Comes to FNCE

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App Review: Kurbo Health Coaching

Parents will have decide if it's a good fit for their children, but Kurbo can be a fun educational tool and tracker that can help children and their parents to eat better and be active.

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Videorama is a video editor that lets you use existing video footage and photos to compile movies that can be easily edited, saved and shared to social media.

App Review: Food Monster

By compiling thousands of vegan recipes into one easy-to-use app, Food Monster wants to make it easy to follow a plant-based diet and effectively protect the environment.

App Review: A Color Story

A Color Story is a photo editing and creation mobile app designed to create images that pop with bright whites and brilliant color.

App Review: Handpick Recipes & Ingredients

Handpick Recipes & Ingredients helps you find recipes for the ingredients you have on hand. Simply pick your ingredients and discover dishes.
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Cheese Board with a Natural, Rustic Look

Cheese Board with a Natural, Rustic Look

The JK Adams Strata Slate cheese board offers a unique surface for serving cheeses and hors d’oeuvres. With a deep gray color providing a natural and rustic look, it comes equipped with a dust-free chalk pencil for writing labels of the cheese you're eating right on the board.
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Several weeks after opening the Excalibur 2400 4-Tray Dehydrator, it's still on my kitchen counter because I've had so much fun testing it. The Excalibur dehydrator is simple to use: simply fill the trays with your favorite fruits or vegetables, close the door, select a temperature, turn it on and leave it for several hours.
Easy En Papillote on a Weeknight

Easy En Papillote on a Weeknight

When I pulled the Emile Henry Papillote Fish Steamer from its box, the first thing I noticed was its good looks (so sleek, so French) and I couldn’t wait to put it through its paces!
A Safer Grater

A Safer Grater

My husband was grating cheese fast and furiously … and grated his knuckle! It only takes one mistake like that to avoid using a box grater forevermore. That's why the Paderno World Cuisine Drum Grater is awesome.
Fresh Mini Baguettes at Home

Fresh Mini Baguettes at Home

The only thing better than the smell of homemade bread in your kitchen is the taste of fresh, warm baguettes straight from your oven. But making delicious bread — with perfectly crunchy exterior and soft interior — is a job for the bakery, right? Wrong!