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    Avoiding recipe regret: how to record and revive your family recipes | Food

    Lisa Goldberg still experiences regret when she thinks about recipes from her aunt she wasn’t able to record. “My aunt was the best cook … [but] I only got a handful of recipes from her,” she says. Lisa Goldberg, far left, is a founding member of Monday Morning Cooking Club, which collates and preserves Jewish recipes. Photograph: Alan Benson Goldberg, the Sydney-based founding member of the Monday Morning Cooking Club, a not-for-profit dedicated to curating and documenting recipes from Jewish kitchens across Australia and the world, doesn’t want her children to have the same “recipe regret”: the particular kind   Read More

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    This $360 food processor is an investment in at-home cooking you’ll never regret

    When you make a purchase through the links in this article, we may earn a small commission. Our journalism is independent and not influenced by advertising. Learn more When Laura Wright, award-winning Canadian food blogger and author of “The First Mess Cookbook,” first started getting serious about cooking, she watched a lot of Ina Garten, hoping to glean some tricks of the trade. Time and time again, she noticed the affable chef pulling out her food processor. If the appliance made cooking easier for the Barefoot Contessa, then surely, Wright deduced, her own kitchen would benefit from one,   Read More

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    Recipe for success: 5 ways to enjoy your holiday meals without regret | Lifestyles Columnists

    There is a lot to be excited about when the holidays roll around, and the food you get to enjoy tops the list for a lot of people. Thanksgiving turkey, Christmas ham, pumpkin pie and mashed potatoes are more than enough to make your mouth water and stomach growl. Unfortunately, when you enjoy the food too much, you might find yourself carrying around a couple of extra pounds. Luckily, you can have your pie and eat it too. With some willpower and healthy strategies, you can plan ahead to enjoy your holiday meals without overdoing it. Here are some ways   Read More

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