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Sometimes It's Not Just About the Food

Sometimes It's Not Just About the Food

I had the best dinner the other night. Unlike many dinners, it wasn’t about the food. It was about the people.

Kay Logsdon

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I Guess I'm "Old School"

I Guess I'm "Old School"

Grilling today (or so I’m told) means stepping out onto the deck or patio, turning on the gas grill burners, plopping some meat on the grates, and in a few minutes, dinner’s ready. Sounds, um…“efficient ...

Bill Bailey

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Weekends are for Cooking

Weekends are for Cooking

When I’m not writing about food, eating food, or watching food being photographed, I’m usually making food. That means that my weekends are generally consumed with shopping, chopping, and cooking. But this weekend is Mother’s ...

Kay Logsdon

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A Lemon Meringue Addiction

A Lemon Meringue Addiction

Lemon curd, meringue, fresh strawberries. This Passover dessert welcomes Spring in a big way, and tempted us all away from our desks for a bite (or more) of a tart surprise.

Kay Logsdon

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The Smell of Banana Bread in the Morning

The Smell of Banana Bread in the Morning

Maybe it was the poll we had on the other day – the one asking what you do with your brown bananas. The majority responded that they make banana bread. It’s what we would expect from ...

Kay Logsdon

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The Importance of Being Nice

The Importance of Being Nice

Culinary Institute of America (CIA) student, Allison Cox, blogs about her experiences at the esteemed culinary school and about her externship experience at The Food Channel.

Allison Cox

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Just Add Meat

Just Add Meat

There is a certain irony, isn’t there, in trying to life live to its fullest . . . while ensuring that you sustain life through healthy habits.

Kay Logsdon