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Roy High TV chef shares recipes in new cookbook

Tom Woodbury

As a kid growing up in South Weber, Tom Woodbury liked to experiment with food — creating the "perfect" peanut butter and jelly sandwich at age six, and doing a fourth grade science fair

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Winemaking: Without leaving your easy chair

Crowd-sourcing has become the Internet’s new favorite method of financing start-ups, authors and researchers. Now two wineries have adopted the idea to get


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Women's greatest threat isn't misogyny, it's counting calories

IRVINE, Calif. — I was lying in bed in my New York City apartment when the world went black. My breathing had gotten sluggish, and my heart felt like it was


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What a prostitute's tale tells us about sex

SÃO PAULO, Brazil — At the Livraria Cultura bookstore on Paulista Avenue, a waiter circulated with champagne on a recent Monday evening as a line


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Zucchini: It's not just for bread anymore

Yes, you may discover loaves of freshly baked zucchini bread occasionally cooling on Nicole Wycherley’s kitchen counter. But bread is far from the only way


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More ways to zap zucchini into your diet

Zucchini may be a plentiful vegetable, but it isn’t always the biggest star from the garden. “Zucchini is really bland and I think’s why people


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Gail Miller to headline Women's Forum

BRIGHAM CITY — Learn how to take better photographs, how to dress better, serve others and believe in yourself during this year’s 20th Annual


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Stay-at-home mother discovers career in her basement

OGDEN -- There is much said about the value of staying home with your children. But for Amber Crowell, 39, the reward was an exciting and successful career. When


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Have holes in your kebab strategy?

If early summer is asparagus season and midsummer is peak for tomatoes, then late summer is prime time for food-on-a-stick. State fairs are in full bloom, and that


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Love and marriage and bad studies that say nothing

Gosh, am I tired of the pop-sociology and pop-psychology studies popping up in my news feed. Almost every one of these has severe limitations that get ignored in


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Slow-roasting makes rich tomato sauce

Garden-fresh tomatoes are a summer wonder, offering endless possibilities. One possibility is slow-roasted tomato sauce — rich, flavorful, and hassle-free.


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