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Grill-Roasted Turkey: A Tasty Twist On Tradition

Carving a Turkey

A tasty twist on turkey adapted from cookbook author Kathy Gunst’s “Notes from a Maine Kitchen.”

(NAPSI)—If you want a traditional, perfectly carved, Thanksgiving turkey but would like to bring a delicious twist to the meal, then look to chef, cookbook author and James Beard−award nominee Kathy Gunst. She has discovered a way to [...]

Kick Bad Food Habits

Kick Bad Food Habits

A new book describes an easy-to-follow lifestyle to help you beat food addiction and create balance and happiness in all areas of life.

(NAPSI)—Here’s a surprising fact: Not only do drugs and alcohol alter your brain chemistry in ways willpower can’t control, but so does the wrong food. However, most people don’t see food [...]

Good News For The Lactose Intolerant

Lactose Intolerant

Use plain goat milk or lactose-free yogurt in place of mayonnaise in recipes for coleslaw dressing.

(NAPSI)—For the estimated one in 10 Americans who suffer from lactose intolerance, dairy is a dilemma.

Dairy’s Dietary Importance

The National Institutes of Health says dairy is “the most significant source of calcium, which helps to form [...]

Introducing Solid Foods

Introducing solid food

Introducing solid food into your infant’s diet can be less stressful than many parents fear if you use practice, patience and respect.

(NAPS)—Here’s food for thought for many parents: Introducing solid food is not just about what babies eat but how they eat. Babies need solid foods so they can start developing the necessary [...]

Enjoy Your Food And Be Healthy, Too

Dietary Fats

When it comes to fats and good health, the key is to eat the right types of fats.

(NAPS)—You may be surprised to learn that some of the fats you eat are an important part of a healthful diet. When it comes to fats and good health, here’s what you need to know. First, [...]

Pack A Healthier Lunch For School

Healthier-Lunch

Focus on plant foods. Think veggies, fruits, whole grains, beans and legumes.

(NAPS)—With children back at school, it’s time to think about packing a healthy, nutritious lunchbox. Following the USDA’s new “MyPlate” guide to healthier eating, ideally, half of the lunchbox should be fruits and vegetables, with the other half split between protein and [...]

Baking Homemade Brownies

Homemade Brownies

Following these simple tips ensures that you will have delicious brownies that the whole family can enjoy with little or no hassle.

Baking homemade brownies is one of life’s sweetest delights. The smell of the brownies baking in the oven never fails to attract every family member to the kitchen to await the finished [...]