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Cookbook review: Chickpeas to the rescue

Love is a powerful motivator. It opens us to new ideas and challenges us to be our better selves. Yes, in the kitchen, too. 
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Thanksgiving: Let's talk turkey
11/10/2015 - Every year on Thanksgiving Day, the same scene plays out on countless American dinner tables. You score with the holiday bird's thigh meat (so moist and juicy) but its breast, most unfortunately, is a dry and stringy epic fail. Full Story

From Scratch: Apple clafoutis gives a fancy name to a simple dish
11/03/2015 - At the time, picking 50 pounds of "wild" apples seemed like a good idea. My husband and I found them while walking through the woods near our cabin in the mountains. Full Story

Step aside pumpkin spice: Salted caramel wants to be No. 1
11/03/2015 - Salted caramel is a classic flavor mashup that the French mastered centuries ago, but its stateside popularity has bubbled over in recent years. Full Story

Help sinking chips stay afloat in baked goods
11/03/2015 - Q: How do you keep chocolate chips from sinking in a cake batter? — Nancy Thomas, Royal Oak, Mich. Full Story

Bringing back the burrata
11/03/2015 - Burrata is like that friend-of-a-friend you're always running into. Suddenly everywhere. When did the soft cheese show up? Full Story

Lemon bars: Get started with gluten-free baking
10/27/2015 - Every home baker falls into a rut eventually. We make the same recipes, the same way, year after year. Full Story

3 recipes to make you reach for oregano
10/27/2015 - I used to go to a little seafood restaurant in Virginia that made fish that tasted unlike any I had ever had before. Full Story

Pair farfalle with lentil Bolognese for a thick, hearty dish
10/20/2015 - With due apologies to Apple, I'd like to coin a new phrase: There's a pasta for that! Too often, people get in a rut eating strand pasta (aka spaghetti) of some kind with tomato sauce. Full Story

Intimidated by whole chicken? Learn to roast that bird
10/20/2015 - Roast chicken just might be the quintessential dinner at home. The aroma, the luxurious flavor and the warmth of the oven draw family and friends to the table like magic. Full Story

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Jordan eager to get back in the ring with a 'Creed' sequel

LOS ANGELES (AP) — With "Creed" knocking out audiences and critics alike, Michael B. Jordan acknowledges he would love to lace up the gloves again for a sequel. Full Story