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Biggest Loser contestant makes healthy food taste good

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When Scott Mitchell went on "The Biggest Loser" reality TV series, he was given a target of 1,800 calories per day. For someone who usually downed about 1,500 calories for breakfast alone, that was a...

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After a dawdling spring, a gold rush of daffodils

Daffodil shows move up the mid-Atlantic like flocks of robins in spring. The generally start in Richmond and Winchester, Va., and move north to suburban Washington,...


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Never miss another birthday

With so many demands and distractions in everyday life, it takes a conscious effort to keep up with your friends’ and family’s lives, too. A few...


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Yes, your dog can get the flu

Dog flu is a real thing, and the illness is spreading in the Midwest. Over 1100 dogs are known to have been infected by the recent outbreak, and the AP reports that...


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Finally, a canner anyone can use with confidence

This spring, my desire to start canning has been stronger than ever. Maybe it was the seemingly interminable winter. Perhaps it was my depleted pantry shelves. Or...


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Biggest Loser contestant makes healthy food taste good

When Scott Mitchell went on "The Biggest Loser" reality TV series, he was given a target of 1,800 calories per day. For someone who usually downed about 1,500...




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Brunching the data: Meal's popularity is gaining steam

WASHINGTON — Almost 120 years ago, long before anyone waited in line to feast on eggs Benedict and French toast, the word “brunch” appeared in...


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Community stalwart recognized for work with non-profits

A stalwart in the Top of Utah non-profit community for nearly 25 years is being recognized Wednesday, April 15, for her dedicated service. Just as she prepares to...


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Fish tacos, both at a great shack and at home

Vacations offer a chance to check out new restaurants and flavors. But to be honest, when my family travels, food usually isn't our focus. It's just sort of...


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Self-defense class teaches women to ward off attackers

OGDEN — You don’t have to be athletic or have much fighting experience to defend yourself against an attacker. But you do have to focus and be...


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More than one way to cook a sausage: Q&A

A recent online guest was food writer and former chef David Hagedorn. Here is an edited excerpt from that chat.  Q. I have always browned sausages and then...


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