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Chefs share tips to reduce food waste

By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

THE YANKEE CHEF: Make time for this sweet treat

Just like the classic cocktail flavor, these muffins are easy, delicious and will give you a natural high after one bite. ...

By Jim Bailey|


  • Diet and exercise

    Jump for fitness with ropes and games

    Jumping rope isn’t just a childhood game for recess but a fun fitness activity that can be enjoyed by adults as well.

    By Michilea Patterson @MichileaP on Twitter|

  • Home and Garden

    FROM THE GROUND UP: ‘Meeting’ a traveling tomato

    “Eccentric” is not a word I ever expected to see in a description of a tomato. But then, I hadn’t expected to come across a tomato like “Reisetomate.” Its German name translates to “travel tomato.” Why this designation? This heirloom has its roots in Central America where, reputedly, the native people would carry the fruits on trips. It makes sense. An individual tomato looks like a cluster of cherry tomatoes fused together. The lobes may be...


  • Lifestyle

    Havertown baker returns to Food Network for ‘Cake Wars’ appearance

    Havertown>> Havertown resident Dan Langan is going to war on the Food Network.

    By Kevin Tustin @KevinTustin on Twitter|

  • Food

    COOKBOOK: Lucy Buffett’s ‘LuLu’s Kitchen’ — carefree cooking approach

    Here on the West Coast, Jimmy Buffett’s laid-back anthems are famous. There is no one who doesn’t know “Margaritaville.” But on the Gulf Coast, it’s his sister, chef and restaurateur Lucy Buffett, who draws crowds for her margaritas — all seven versions of them.

    By Mary Orlin Bay Area News Group|

  • Food

    FOOD: Area chefs cook up corn six ways

    This Labor Day weekend, give “a salute to the kernel.” That’s what chef Art Roman calls the class he teaches all about corn. So take a page from his cookbook, think beyond the cob and celebrate some new recipes like sautéed corn, onion and zucchini with fresh mint.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

  • Food

    YANKEE CHEF: Sweet treat with European flair

    Yes, I agree! The directions look long and tedious but trust me on this. My recipe gives you the same great taste as the Sicilian original, but far FAR less ingredients and the prep time is halved. If desired, replace the orange juice with Grand Marnier or other orange-flavored liqueur.

    By Jim Bailey|

  • Food

    COCKTAILS: Make the perfect ‘Ti Punch

    Thad Vogler is an imposing figure in every sense of the word, respected among the upper bartender echelons, as well as among chefs — his Bar Agricole in San Francisco’s SoMa district has chalked up multiple James Beard award nominations. And aside from all that, at 6 feet, 8 inches, he’s just a tall guy.

    By Noelle Chun Bay Area News Group|

  • Lifestyle

    Access Sports Experiences offers opportunities for at-risk, special needs youth

    During the 1930s, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt saw his New Deal as an attempt “to construct a more inclusive society ... a country in which no one is left out.” Decades later, inclusion-related issues are still making headlines, and reformers are still doing their best to address them.

    By M. English For Digital First Media|

  • Lifestyle

    Prepare healthful, nutritious back-to-school lunches

    It’s that time of year again. Fading are the days of summer vacation fun and on the horizon are parent-teacher conferences, homework and packed school lunches.

    By Michilea Patterson @MichileaP on Twitter |

  • Lifestyle

    GRAPHIC: Celebrating 100 years of the National Park Service

    The Organic Act, establishing the National Park Service, was signed into law 100 years ago today.

    By Digital First Media |

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