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  • A Healthy Side for Your Thanksgiving Table
    Thanksgiving is a new holiday for me since we don’t celebrate it back home. My first one was quite an experience–I remember eating too much, feeling lethargic, and having turkey sandwiches for the next couple...
    by at November 18th, 2009 at 08:11 am
  • A Recipe for Flu Fighting Tea
    I was recently on business in Bangkok when I awoke with the type of bone aching pain I thought could only happen in cheap Halloween movies. I felt as though I had some form of the plague, avian flu or swine flu. With no idea...
    by at November 4th, 2009 at 08:11 am
  • Healthy Homemade Halloween Treats
    Forget the store-bought candies and commercially produced stuff. Satisfy your sweet tooth with these healthy homemade treats this weekend: Vampire Fudgesicles. Popsicles are great but often filled with artificial coloring,...
    by at October 29th, 2009 at 08:10 am
  • Why Tea Beats Coffee
      It would take me an entire day to write an ode to tea. I love it so much that I start and end each day with a version of this fascinating beverage. While I’m sure you’re all familiar with its health benefits,...
    by at September 25th, 2009 at 06:09 am
  • The Best Cookies You’ve Ever Had
      Remember the dusty map that they found in the attic in The Goonies? I’ve found something just as valuable. I don’t even know where it came from. My wife claims a blond intern gave it to me but of this I have...
    by at September 23rd, 2009 at 04:09 am
  • Spiced Lentils with Rhubarb Recipe
    Lentils and rhubarb make an odd couple. But in 2005, a month apart from each other, the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Times played matchmaker and brought them awkwardly, yet happily together. Here’s a simple...
    by at June 2nd, 2009 at 12:06 am
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    Rhubarb and Apple Crumble Recipe
    An English crumble is the perfect throw-it-together summertime dessert. The less fuss you make over your crumble, the better it will turn out. Case in point: the topping. The lumpier the topping, the better the crumble. Honest. The...
    by at June 2nd, 2009 at 12:06 am
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    Rhubarb Ginger Chutney Recipe
    Savory chutneys are easy to make: boil a mixture of vinegar and spices with a little sugar, then add a fruit or vegetable and cook on low heat until it magically turns into chutney (or compote, if you want to sound Frenchier)....
    by at June 1st, 2009 at 02:06 pm
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    Wilted Beet Greens with Italian Sausage
    These Italian style wilted greens can go with pasta for dinner. Or, skip the pasta and tuck them under a softly poached egg. Wilted Beet Greens with Italian Sausage 2 portions dry pasta (bow ties!) 2 sweet Italian sausages...
    by at May 28th, 2009 at 01:05 pm
  • Pretty in Pink: Beet Raita Recipe
    This Indian style salad is very simple to make and very pretty: as you stir it together the whole thing turns pale pink. I think it looks prettiest not stirred until completely monochromatic, so there are some pink stripes...
    by at May 28th, 2009 at 01:05 pm