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    This TikTok Shows How To Make A Baby Yoda Gingerbread

    I know it’s been over a year but, hey, I’m not over Baby Yoda yet! No one is, TBH, and the second season of The Mandalorian has definitely helped to revive our obsession. With the holiday season in full swing, there are quite a few Star Wars gifts you may have purchased, and while I’m sure the recipient will be appreciative of those gifts, they probably aren’t as mesmerizing as this WILD Baby Yoda gingerbread sculpture. This content is imported from TikTok. You may be able to find the same content in another format, or you may be able to   Read More

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    Dress Up For Good Health: Study Reveals Surprising Link Between Formal Clothes And Healthy Food Choices

    There may be a link between your attire and the food choices you make. Highlights Formal attire has increasingly become a thing of the past due to Covid-19 A study has found links between formal clothes and food choices The findings suggest those wearing formal clothes may prefer healthy food The global Coronavirus pandemic has brought life to a standstill. With little or no outdoor activities, citizens are staying in and working or studying from home. Formal clothing is now practically a thing of the past, as comfortable casuals are all that we practically wear. However, if a recent study   Read More

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    Recipes for New Year’s Eve Food at Home

    Whether you’re ringing in the new year with Champagne and caviar or with a lucky plate of black-eyed peas and greens, the Cooking staff at The Times has compiled recipe ideas for a celebration at home. Cocktails Start the night off by mixing yourself a Grown-Up Granita, Mark Bittman’s take on the slushy Italian dessert usually made from water, sugar and fruit. In this version, you mix a good-quality sorbet with gin. Pour into champagne flutes, top with Prosecco, garnish with mint leaves and serve immediately. Another option is this Champagne Cocktail, a recipe Mr. Bittman calls “appropriately   Read More

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    This Quick Shrimp Recipe Comes With a Delicious Bonus

    SPECIAL SAUCE Prepare an extra batch of the rosemary-caper butter and keep it in the freezer, ready to make a meal of most any protein. Photo: CHELSIE CRAIG FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, FOOD STYLING BY PEARL JONES, PROP STYLING BY BETH PAKRADOONI By Kitty Greenwald Dec. 31, 2020 6:09 am ET The Chef: Rebecca Wilcomb Illustration: Michael Hoeweler Her Restaurant: Gianna in New Orleans What She’s Known For: Cooking that honors Italian grandmothers, including her own, for whom the restaurant is named. Pristine ingredients, the best local produce and Gulf seafood. YOU MIGHT call Rebecca Wilcomb an ingredient whisperer.   Read More

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    Here’s a Healthy Dalgona Coffee Recipe That Everyone Can Love

    © Courtesy Cynthia Sass, MPH, MA, RD, CSSD What is dalgona coffee? Whipped coffee became a social media obsession in 2020, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic. The concoction ranked number two among most-Googled recipes in the U.S., second only to another quarantine craze, sourdough bread. (Here were the best healthy food trends in 2020.) While the Instagram-worthy treat may be novel to many, it’s actually not new. Whipped coffee drinks have been popular around the globe for years, including in India, Greece, and China. The version dubbed dalgona coffee, which became especially trendy this year, got its name   Read More

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    10 Recipes That Brought Us Comfort in 2020

    Below, Atlantic staffers share the recipes, habits, and cooking lessons that have helped us make it through the year, one meal at a time. Tteokbokki Cooking in a quiet kitchen can make the holiday season feel extra lonely, so I’ve been pulling up YouTube chefs to keep me company. Maangchi, the Korean YouTuber and cookbook author, always teaches me new tips and tricks, but it’s her positivity and warmth that have made me a fan. Her tteokbokki is the perfect spicy and sweet dish for cold winter days, and watching her videos makes me feel like I’m with family. —   Read More

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    Lucky food recipes that should always be served on New Year’s Day

    On New Year’s Day, these lucky food recipes deserve a spot on the table. Start New Year’s Day on a good note with these lucky food recipes. While some people believe in superstitions and others don’t, a tasty recipe always deserves a place on the table. From experienced cooks to even just ordering from your favorite restaurant, a delicious meal to start the year is always appreciated. Here are some lucky food recipes that will start the New Year right. Pork Roast Pork is considered a lucky food, especially on New Year’s Day. A simple pork roast can be mastered   Read More

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    DCM: What Pet Owners are Being Told Depends on the Source

    Since July 2018, when the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that the agency was investigating reports of canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs eating certain grain-free foods, many pet owners have become concerned about the ingredients in the diets they’re feeding their pets. Conflicting news reports and social media posts – some based on fact but mixed with fiction and a dose of fear – have not helped clarify the issue for consumers. As a result, many pet owners are turning to their veterinarians and trusted retailers for advice on selecting the most appropriate and safe foods for their   Read More

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    Myrtle Beach Food Lion grocery store closed causing food desert

    Sonia Buchanon walks in front of the closed Food Lion on Hwy 501 toward her home on Cedar Drive. She cuts behind the empty store toward a wooden bridge and into a small patch of woods where residents have carved out walking trails to and from the former grocery store. For the last two weeks, Buchanon has made the two mile walk from her home to Walmart on Seaboard Street to do her grocery shopping. Friday’s trip was light with three plastic bags dangling from her left hand. The walk is significantly longer than the 10-minute round trip to the   Read More

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    JLB looks back at a wild year in food

    Anyone who’s worked in restaurants, even a little, knows what “86” means.  “Table nine wants a Caesar salad, 86 anchovies!” “Tell the servers to 86 the cauliflower special!” “We’ve got coffee still but 86 espresso!” “86” means it’s gone, done, all used up. It means you don’t want it or don’t have it. It means what once was there is no longer.  Finally, praise-be-hallelujah-hurrah, it’s time to 86 this godforsaken year. Just because 2020 will soon be gone, doesn’t mean it will be forgotten. Far from it. We who’ve survived these last several months will bear them like battle scars   Read More

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