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After dropping about 20 percent of her body weight, Naveena Shine, the 65-year-old Seattle area woman who got worldwide publicity for trying to live on just light and no food, is calling it quits with her grand experiment.
This is not a typical spaghetti alla carbonara. The traditional dish is a simple combination: spaghetti tossed with sauteed guanciale (pig's cheek, but often crisped pancetta or bacon are used instead), fresh eggs, Parmesan and Romano cheeses and lots of black pepper.
GETTING A GOOD GRIP ON GRILLING
If the Masumoto family has done its job, you may never think about peaches the same way.
You already know you should keep a food journal if you want to lose weight, right?
Keep frozen, cooked shrimp in the freezer to make this quick, diabetes-friendly salad on the spur of the moment. Succulent shrimp and romaine lettuce are the base for this tasty Caesar Salad.
Q: To add protein to my almost meatless diet, I add about 1/4 cup canned chickpeas to my salad. How long can I keep them in the refrigerator once I open a can? Should I store them rinsed and drained, or with the liquid from the can?
It's strawberry time.
HOW SWEET IT IS
With summer just around the corner, I can't get my mind off of dinner salads.
Once many years ago I came across a fish vendor at the farmers market with a whole tray full of beautiful fresh anchovies. On a sudden impulse, I bought them all. Real anchovies - the ones that have been packed in salt to last - are an essential flavoring, the garlic of the sea.
A cold drink on a hot day is one of summer's pleasures. Multiply your refreshment with some new drink ideas.
Yep, smart eating can make you feel better through all three trimesters. We look at common symptoms you may experience, from morning sickness to heartburn to insomnia, and come up with some foods to try.
Thanks to farmers who are growing under polytunnels - also known as hoophouses - fresh, local beets are available practically year round.
A large bowl of steamed clams, some parsley potatoes and a chilled glass of white wine bring back memories of sitting on a deck overlooking the sparkling water in Connecticut.
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