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Every batch of homemade beer does not turn out perfect, particularly for novices getting their feet wet as brewers. There may be some blips along the way, but important lessons can be learned through trial and error while honing the craft of brewing.

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My first kitchen job involved making six gallons of gazpacho every Sunday. This was back when earning your chops meant something, and making that whole batch with just a knife and peeler, no blender, was the most tedious task on my list. It was also the most popular dish on the menu. By the …

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Catfish can sometimes have a negative reputation. Wild-caught catfish feed off the bottom of lakes, streams and rivers, which can result in a muddy flavor. However, farm-raised catfish are fed a particular food that floats on the surface of the water, and as a result the fish has a fresher, …

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Many people are familiar with the conventional grilling wisdom that, when cooking meats, it’s best to “only flip once.” This has led backyard grillers to resist the urge to flip their foods in the name of flavor. But that conventional wisdom may not actually be that wise.

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Coca-Cola said Friday that it will debut a new Coke with coffee drink in stores in the United States in January to broaden its beverage lineup.

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Taco Mac announced it opened its first new location since 2017 on Monday in former Olde Towne Tavern and Grille site located at 835 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road. 

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Dunkin' is permanently closing 8% of its United States locations, which amounts to roughly 800 restaurants.

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Increased meal portion sizes have long been linked as a contributing factor to the American obesity problem. Studies have found that addressing meal portion size might be an effective tool for weight management, but most Americans do not understand the difference between portion size and ser…

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Every inch of the cilantro plant is edible, but the seeds (aka coriander) and leaves get most of the attention. At the farmers market the other day I spotted a bunch of cilantro with the roots still attached. I brought a bunch of those intact plants home and ate the leaves in tacos that very night.

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Bright images of apples and berries on the packaging of children's fruit drinks may be misleading parents. Confusing or exaggerated labels are blurring the distinction between drinks that are acceptable for children and those that contain added sugar or sweeteners.

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Corn is in season, so along with your lobster - whether steamed, grilled, baked or tossed in mayo, and placed in a buttered and grilled bun - you're likely shucking many ears of corn to steam, then slather with butter and sprinkle it with salt. Done.

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To say that COVID-19 transformed daily life would be an understatement. Few, if any, aspects of life were untouched once the virus hit.

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If you are looking to put some more flavor into your grilling this summer, adding a dry rub to your meat will help you put more flavor into your meat of choice without having any additional sauces. Although creating a dry rub might seem like a job for professionals, creating your own signatu…

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Kebab is a Turkish word meaning sword or skewer. According to tradition, the dish was invented by medieval soldiers who used their swords to grill meat over open-field fires. In Turkey, vegetables typically are cooked on a separate skewer.

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While fast food isn’t the hamburger’s only venue, it was engineered for life on the go. According to the official hamburger creation story as certified by the Library of Congress, the era began in 1900, when a customer rushed into Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut. He needed some fast f…

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