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FOOD: Use your noodle with help from the pros

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FOOD: Go nuts for pecans. Area chefs share some recipes

In the kitchen of Malvern’s Strawberry Bakery, French chef Jean-Pierre Bournazel multitasked — prepping a 12-foot piece of puff pastry for Napoleons, cutting lemon squares and creating Instagram-worthy praline chocolate cakes. ...

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    HOME COOK: Make the ultimate Korean bibimbap at home

    Every country has a distinctive comfort food. For Korea, it’s bibimbap, the rice bowl topped with grilled beef, a veritable veggie rainbow and a fried egg, drizzled with spicy gochujang and mixed with a spoon.

    By Mary Orlin Special to Digital First Media|

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    FOOD: Two trendy kitchen gadgets to try now

    It’s Valentine’s Day. And while kitchen gadgets don’t rate high on the list of romantic presents, here are two you’re bound to love — an air fryer and an electric multicooker like an Instant Pot.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

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    FOOD: Surprise your valentine with homemade truffles

    They come in flavors like champagne, red velvet, strawberry cheesecake and crème brûlée. They’re small in size, big in flavor, and they scream, “Valentine’s Day!”

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Home and Garden

    FROM THE GROUND UP: Get inspired by the new All-America Selections

    There’s a lot that has to happen before flowers come popping out in our gardens. Even before the seeds show up in store displays and garden catalogues, there are years of development, trial and error, striving for certain characteristics worthy of introducing to the public. One of the steps along the way is in-ground trials of the new varieties: how will they hold up under normal growing conditions?

    By Pamela Baxter|

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    FOOD: 5 stellar soups to warm your soul

    Got plans for game day? Call an audible and host your own “Soup-er” Bowl.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

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    FOOD: Nutrition experts offer tips to cut sugar

    There’s no way to sugarcoat it. “Most of us eat more sugar than we should,” said Judy Matusky of Athens Nutrition in Ardmore. “Where are all those added sugars coming from? And once you can identify where they’re coming from, how can you cut back?”

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media|

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    QUICK COOK: Try a super bowl of soup

    January is always a time for me to set intentions for the year, to clean out my closets and my body. But cleansing does not have to be hardcore. No need for fasting or eating food that tastes like cardboard. I make it a goal to create delicious meals. This soup is a great example of a delicious and healthy dinner.

    By Bibby Gignilliat Special to Digital First Media|

  • Advice

    HEALTHY LIVING: Keep off the pounds for good

    The holidays are over, and as the fog of eggnog, gingerbread and candy canes lifts, many people find themselves confronting the harsh reality of the bathroom scale.

    By Karen D’Souza Bay Area News Group|

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    THE TREND IS TO BLEND: Meat-and-mushroom recipes to try tonight

    Imagine an award-winning pitmaster serves you a juicy cheeseburger piled high with toppings. Bet your mouth’s watering. But this isn’t your typical patty. There’s a twist — button mushrooms blended with the beef.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

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    QUICK COOK: Indonesian flavors spice up dinner

    This simple, vibrant curry, which originates from the Indonesian island of Java, makes a splendid “introductory” curry. It’s mild enough for sensitive palates, since it does not include any chiles and the white pepper is optional, and it’s super easy to make.

    By Stacie Dong and Simran Singh Special to Digital First Media|

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