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How to Serve Toddlers

January 4, 2013 Tram Le

Feeding your toddler really could be a full-time job. You want him or her to get all their nutrients and eat a variety of food groups, while limiting processed foods. Combine that with the toddler's

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Don’t Start Dieting Just Yet

January 3, 2013 Timi Gustafson

The holidays are over. It's time to assess the damage caused by delicious treats, fun cocktail parties and festive dinners that made us feel so good but now give us a sense of regret. It's

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To Buy Free-Range, or Not to Buy Free-Range

January 2, 2013 Karman Meyer

"Free-range." It's a relatively new term; it's slightly misunderstood; and it's used all the time regarding meat and dairy products. How would you define free-range? Is it something you have considered previously when choosing which

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Food and Fortune for 2013

December 28, 2012 Marisa Moore

Growing up in the Carolinas, I always knew what would be on the dinner table come New Year's Day. Without fail, my Grandma would make collard greens, Hoppin' John (field peas and rice), cornbread, and

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Happy “Shogatsu” for Japanese New Year

December 21, 2012 Melinda Boyd

In Japan the major religions are Buddhism and Shinto. This means that while stores may be decorated for Christmas, and holiday gifts and baked goods are readily available, Christmas isn’t the main attraction this time

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Love Avocado? Thank Los Aztecas

December 20, 2012 Virginia Tijerina Walls

If you have ever had fresh-made guacamole or chicken tostadas with avocado, you will agree with me: The avocado is unique! This fruit's origin in central Mexico goes back thousands of years, when los Aztecas