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Learn to make it at home! Plus 4 other easy Indian recipes.

Advocates say the rider is a bipartisan rebuke to a Labor Department proposal that would have allowed employers to control tips.

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States are cracking down on shipments by FedEx and other carriers.

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The latest sugar bomb on ice tastes like how a vanilla car air freshener smells.

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When you start with dried pasta, this is how you get properly cooked and well-seasoned noodles.

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FIRST BITE | The eyes have it at the Wharf’s bright new Mexican restaurant.

The best part about this homemade pasta sauce? You only need 3 ingredients.

Go classic with matzoh balls and finish sweet with some coconut-y brownies.

NOURISH | Chewy black rice, whole milk, chia seed and honey combine for a low-fat treat.

Change your life--or at least your dinner table--in less than two minutes. Never buy jarred sauce again. Entertain any time. Make your house smell delicious. Best part? You only need 3 ingredients.

With or without cheese, this is one easy, vibrant bowl of comfort.

We put four new spicy candies to the test.

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The group behind D.C.'s RAMMY awards is considering changing the selection criteria after a lawsuit against the chef and his partners.

Candy has gone extreme, spicing up familiar flavors with a dose of heat. The Post’s Maura Judkis tests the tingle of Jolly Rancher Hotties, Sweet Heat Starburst, Sour Patch Kids Fire and Sweet Heat Skittles.

Not many women have been featured on the show's past seasons, but this one seemed to present an opportunity to change that.

The reservations company's “Open Kitchens” campaign aims to remind restaurant workers of their rights.

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