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Every year when Dr Amber Spry teaches a class on identity politics at Brandeis University in the United States, she kicks off with the same question on the first day. “Rather than the usual ice breakers,” she tweeted, “I ask: how does your family or...

CDC warns of possible hepatitis A exposure at Saco pizza restaurant  WGME Jonathan Cartu ...

Having a few ordinary condiments around can help make leftovers new. Or at least less old. They can also give a just-cooked meal easy-access extra-flavor. But sometimes you need more than basic to save your food from meh. In addition to standard-issue ketchup, mustard, barbecue...

Chicken salad is a classic. A bold harissa dressing gives it a fresh kick.  The Washington Post Jon Cartu ...

When chef Miriam Donaldson started her fundraiser to revamp the kitchen at Petaluma Fairgrounds’ Herzog Hall this past July, her plan was to get ahead of...

Whether it’s colourful baby carrots or crisp local asparagus, spring in Australia means a bounty of fresh local produce, and recipes that enhance what nature supplies. Preparing this recipe will leave you useful leftovers. “Make more croutons than you need,” Yotam Ottolenghi suggests. “They keep well...

Laquana Barber and Stefan Hawkins On opening day, the House of Vegans restaurant had...

Not many Top Chef fans would guess that the hit Bravo reality competition’s host, Padma Lakshmi, who was born in India and enjoyed great success in the United States, got her career start in Italy. Italy, in fact,...