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Nacho fries and Quesaritos are not the solution.

Sweet and spicy, these salmon kebabs come together in a snap. Skip the grill and use your oven for even easier clean-up.

Featuring a bright and sunny Meyer lemon Bundt cake.

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Free Range on Food: Wednesday, Feb. 21, at noon

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Reports of melting appliances are limited to some batches of the brand's Gem Multicooker.

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WINE | DNA testing and a heritage vine program aim to help a California grape evolve.

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FIRST BITE | The Engine Co. 12 firehouse serves up the flavors of Trinidad and Tobago.

A few meaty recipes plus some plant-based options for your next taco night.

NOURISH | The healthful swap turns out just as creamy as Arborio rice.

Multiple publications wrote about it — but none checked to see if it was still on the menu.

This recipe is a real game-changer.

ANATOMY OF A DISH | The cool-weather food is packed with meat, vegetables and chickpeas

Vegans and those with dairy allergies have found the news that Co Yo contains trace amounts of dairy “distressing.”

The Washington chef will also publish a book this year detailing how he and his nonprofit fed millions in Puerto Rico.

It's a fiery cuisine, great for vegetarians and carnivores alike, with a bread like no other.

For those serious about “functional” and “medicinal” mushrooms, one nutritionist suggests visiting a doctor — not Goop.

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2.5 stars | At Rare Steak and Seafood, stay on the ground floor for moderately priced fun

With a sharp knife and a few simple tips, you can chop with confidence — and without all the fuss.

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