Wednesday, October 1, 2014
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Cooking

After-school snacks help kids refocus and stay alert after a long day at school, but store-bought snacks can get pricy and be less than nutritious. Here...
If you're looking for a different spin on BLT, hold the mayo and think sweet and crunchy. Since apple season is under way, this BLT gets a crunch from crisp apple slices. And the juicy slice of tomato on a BLT pairs well with the apples.
For more than two decades, thousands of adventurous eaters have descended upon Marlinton, West Virginia for the annual West Virginia Roadkill Cook-off...
YOU'VE heard the expression "Tastes like a million bucks." It's not just a saying for Downingtown resident Lynne Laino. On Nov. 3, Laino will compete as a finalist in the 47th Pillsbury Bake-Off contest.
To get people to eat well, you don't have to say a word. Just cook delicious, healthful food for them.
Makes 6 servings 3 pounds pork, trimmed of fat and cut into 11/2-inch chunks 1 cup flour, seasoned with salt and pepper
Pumpkin flavor is synonymous with autumnal baking, but pumpkin puree serves as a healthy substitute year-round. For oil, the ratio is one to one - one cup oil is simply replaced with one cup pumpkin puree.