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Everybody Eats: Chicken options endless

By Meredith Hines-Dochterman, For the GazetteI've always admired the people who spend an entire day cooking in order to have a week's worth of meals r ...

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Everybody Eats: Planning for a party can be both stressful, fun

A friend of mine recently spent a week in Spain after another friend texted her to say he found airline tickets for less than $300 - if they left the ...

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Cook Club: Ole! Taste the flavors of Mexico while celebrating Cinco de Mayo

May starts out very early with a day of celebration. Namely, the Mexican holiday, Cinco de Mayo. This holiday which technically commemorates Mexico's ...

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From the Pantry: Add the umami factor to spring salads

Once spring arrives, salads start hitting their stride. Potatoes, squash and other hearty vegetables we subsisted on for their seasonal attributes now ...

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Everybody Eats: Old favorite rejoins dinner rotation

You know how some families have dinner traditions? When I was little, it was French night. It consisted of French bread, cheese and fruit - an incredi ...

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From the Pantry: Lemon cookies are a perfect spring treat

I always have loved sugar cookies.That love comes from my great-grandma Edna who stocked her freezer with tins of her thin, crisp sugar cookies with j ...

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Cook Club: Get a taste of Paris with French yogurt cake

Welcome to the launch of our third year of The Gazette KCRG-TV9 Cook Club. In our first year we worked our way through different cooking techniques. L ...

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Bone broth trend sweeps the nation

Step aside green juice, bone broth is here. The superfood trend may finally be making it's debut in Iowa, but it's nothing new. Our ancestors have bee ...

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Everybody Eats: Homemade breakfast can keep your life sunny when its cold

I started watching Jerry Seinfeld's web series "Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee" recently. I wasn't a huge "Seinfeld" fan when the television series ...

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Everybody eats: Mailing Christmas cookies is tricky work

I don't mail cookies, or any homemade treats, that often.I've been known to deliver plates of food to friends and neighbors, or pack a container of so ...

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Quaker Oats marks 100 year anniversary of distinctive packaging

One hundred years ago, Quaker Oats owner Henry Crowell dreamed up a new way to package oatmeal. Crowell had purchased a struggling oat mill business ...

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A breakfast casserole fit for your house guests

Since last week was Thanksgiving, maybe the last thing you want to think about is cooking. But the leftovers probably are disappearing by now, and tho ...

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Cook Club: Cranberry Strudel is perfect treat of the holiday season

When it comes to holiday spices, cinnamon may be the champion of the Christmas season. Pine cones are infused with its warm sweet spice. Candles flick ...

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Pizza doesn’t have to come from a box

The other day, as I was making dinner, my son wandered into the kitchen, took a look at potatoes bubbling on the stove and said: #x201c;You know what ...

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Cook Club: Fall flavors mix black beans and butternut squash

Butternut squash - a name that is almost pinch-your-cheeks cute - is one tough vegetable. Like most of its winter squash counterparts it bears a thick ...

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