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This recipe is based upon one of my favorite pastas, cellentani — also known as corkscrew-shaped pasta — and is equally fun to cook, as it is to eat. You can set aside your cast-iron skillet for this one and pull out a stockpot for cooking the...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Salt, Marketing, Cheese, Cheddar Cheese
Good day class, today we have a continuation of my celebration to pasta with fresh ingredients. I’m looking at a blank document, but my mind is full of fresh ideas and a cleaned-out fridge filled with few ingredients. So let me begin by...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere was a big pile of spaghetti on Jonathan Stotelmyer’s plate. Then the spaghetti and the plate were gone. “I ate it all,” said Jonathan, 5, of Hagerstown. Katie Stotelmyer, 33, said it took her son about five minutes to eat the...
The next focus on frugal, cost-effective delicious meals is moving toward a celebration of pasta. This first dish will focus on spaghetti and two versions utilizing wonderful string pasta loaded with fresh flavor right from your fridge and pantry....
Tags: Garlic, Caesar Salads, Salt, Spaghetti, Bacon
email@example.comTo paraphrase the aphorism about alligators and draining the swamp, it's easy to forget, when quarreling with a child about eating vegetables, that this little person or adolescent is someone you love. Ellyn Satter, author of "Secrets of Feeding a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSmithsburg restaurant owner Rhoda Schiano Moriello reflected on her quick, one-day tour through the Fancy Foods Show in Washington, D.C. It was a challenge to work her way through more than 2,000 exhibitors and tens of thousands of products. "We...
By Melissa Tewes Special to The Herald-Mail What could be more fun than packing a picnic lunch and heading outdoors to spend a nice summer day with your family and friends? Don't let this fun day wreak havoc on your diet. Follow these tips on how to...
Tags: Health Treatments, Salads, Pasta Salads, Lettuce, Pies and Tarts
By Melissa Tewes Special to The Herald-Mail Holidays can be a fearful time in relation to food, nutrition and health. The holidays are here, which means there will be plenty of parties and potluck meals — where you have little control over...
By Melissa Tewes Whether you are eating out or dining in, the side dishes you choose to accompany your main entree can make or break your otherwise healthful meal. If you are dining out, try choosing restaurants that offer a variety of choices. Don't...
Tags: Salads, Pasta Salads, Salsa (genre), Soups, Croutons
With two children and a full-time job on the late shift, Shaquan Collier has advice any working mother can use: how to make quick meals that last. "I don't have time to spend eight hours in the kitchen," said Collier from the kitchen of her West End home...
Tags: Salads, Onions, Mayonnaise, Shrimp, Seafood
For the first time in my life, I had real, authentic Chinese food, not the American-ized stuff we're so used to. Not that I don't love what's on the majority of Chinese restaurant menus I've come across, but the food at New Haven's Taste of China on...
Liz Williams from Newton, N.C., wanted help finding a recipe for making baked lasagna that she had lost. She said the recipe came from a box of pasta she was using probably around 20 years ago, and it was the best lasagna ever. Back-of-the-box recipes...
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