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Content tagged with “November/December 2009”

September/October 2009 Letters to the Editor
Is Your Supper Safe?  Re “Is Your Supper Safe?” [September/October], I would caution you about endorsing irradiated...
Impressively Easy Dinners
Other than the cat’s birthday, I don’t throw many parties. Most nights we’re content with our quiet unsocial life and...
Sharing The Kitchen
Alone in the kitchen? Impossible! My kitchen is noisy with echoes. With every move I make I hear the voices of every...
Health Perks of Drinking Coffee
That morning cup of coffee does more than just help you to get going, suggests a rush of recent research. Here’s how...
The 5 Best Pasta Sauce Recipes
One of the greatest gifts I ever received was a small plastic container filled with pasta sauce from my uncle’s freezer...
Gnocchi with Love
I’m not Italian, but I grew up making gnocchi. My Aunt Kay married an Italian, James Kiomento, “Uncle Jimmy K,” who...
Editors’ Picks: 5 must-dos for the season
Help a garden grow by sending a virtual seed—tomato, basil, carrot or radish—to a friend (go to woodbridgewines.com/...
Sharing Farm Shares
Amy Seek envisioned a CSA (community-supported agriculture) share that provided high-quality produce to all members of...
Bounce That Cranberry
When John “Peg-Leg” Webb poured a load of cranberries down his storage-loft stairs (his wooden leg made it impossible...
Eat Fruit, Stay Slim?
People who eat dried fruit and drink 100 percent fruit juice may be leaner than those who don’t, suggest two new...
Help a Friend Quit Smoking
Did you know that fruits, vegetables, dairy products and noncarbonated beverages, such as water and fruit juice, make...
Which Napkins Are The Greenest?
Which napkins are more environmentally friendly—cloth or paper? For the answer, we asked Pablo Päster, environmental...
How Alcohol Affects Your Body
HYDRATION Alcohol depresses the production of antidiuretic hormone (ADH), which helps keep you hydrated. Dehydration...
Winning Holiday Cookies
The aromas of vanilla, cinnamon and chocolate that hung in our offices during the weeks we tested this year’s cookies...
Make-Ahead Side Dishes
I am in love with side dishes. I choose entrees based on what comes with them. I go to steakhouses because I want the...
Giving Back: A Harvest Dinner
Alice Waters is not often speechless. The woman who has been at the forefront of the local food revolution, founded one...
Is Cooking a Lost Art?
POLL: How often do you cook? With the popularity of movies like Julie & Julia and books like Michael Pollan’s The...
Is the Party Over? The Latest Research on the Pros and Cons of Drinking Alcohol
I was so happy with the French paradox. This was the phrase researchers came up with in the early 1990s to explain the...
Fight Fat with Breakfast
Eating a meal made with “slow-release” carbohydrates, such as oatmeal or bran cereal, before you exercise may help you...
The Soy & Breast Cancer Conundrum
Soy is touted as a food that can prevent breast cancer—and also implicated as one that might promote it. It all comes...
Double Nut & Date Tassies
The two-bite pecan tarts satisfy the sweet tooth with far less guilt than pecan pie.
Chocolate Coconut Meringues
These chocolate, coconut and almond meringue cookies are so light and airy, they are a perfect little treat that’s not...
Almond Cherry Bites
Dried cherries, ground almonds and a drizzle of chocolate make these cookies festive for the holidays.
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