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This could be tastiest, easiest apple pie recipe you’ll ever try

Follow this simple recipe and you'll have a delicious homemade apple pie ready for your holiday table in just over half an hour.

November 24, 2016 | | Food


For a perfect Easter celebration, turn spring cupcakes into edible 'bunnies' and 'chicks'

A cupcake is just a blank canvas for delicious creativity. I wanted to make cute, Easter-worthy treats that would take these little blank canvases into spring. I thought I would stop with the fluffy Easter bunnies, but I couldn’t resist some little yellow chicks as well.

March 26, 2016 | Tara Bench KSL.com | Food


Breakfast: Does eating a morning meal matter for health?

Some people may find nutrition information frustrating in part because of seemingly conflicting messages in the media and other sources related to what to eat. One area of “controversy” is the idea that skipping breakfast has negative consequences for weight management and health indicators such as blood pressure or cholesterol levels. These potential negative impacts could be concerning in that results from a large population study suggest that skipping breakfast is common among American adults, with 18 percent self-reporting skipping the morning meal.

March 20, 2016 | Suzanne Lewis KSL.com | Food


Make an easy dinner with Chicken-Cauliflower Roast

One of my favorite things about working in test kitchens over the years are "family meals." We took the term from restaurants. Just before the evening rush starts in a restaurant, the kitchen staff will make and sit down to what they call a family meal. It's usually made from leftovers in the big walk-in refrigerators the industrial kitchens have. Sometimes these meals are more epic than the dishes served on the restaurant menus.

March 10, 2016 | Tara Bench KSL.com | Food


Cookbook review: 'Naked Nutrition' shares recipes, tips for plant-based diet

"NAKED NUTRITION: Whole Foods Revealed," by Amy Ward Choate and Annie H. Miller, Front Table Books, $21.99, 224 pages

March 02, 2016 | Christie Betzer Deseret News | Food


Nourishing an active lifestyle: eating for performance and pleasure

The benefits of regular physical activity are numerous and include support for reaching and maintaining a healthy weight, reducing risk for chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, maintaining bone health and even boosting mood and mental health. Given these and other benefits, many Americans are adding more daily movement into their lives so that they can meet the physical activity guidelines provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other health organizations.

February 19, 2016 | Suzanne Lewis KSL.com | Food


Cookbook review: 'Burritos!' offers basics, twists for breakfast, dinners and dessert

"BURRITOS!" by Donna Kelly and Sandra Hoopes, Gibbs Smith, $14.99, 128 pages

February 17, 2016 | Christie Betzer Deseret News | Food


Cookbook review: 'Thai Food Made Easy' lives up to its name

"THAI FOOD MADE EASY," by June Williamson, Front Table Books, $16.99, 127 pages

February 17, 2016 | Margot Hovley Deseret News | Food


Cookbook review: Authors recommend '101 Things to do with Rice'

"101 THINGS TO DO WITH RICE," by Donna Kelly and Stephanie Ashcraft, Gibbs Smith, $9.99, 128 pages

February 17, 2016 | Tara Creel Deseret News | Food


What is 'normal' eating?

Everyone seems to have an opinion about what you should be eating, how you should eat it, and when. The lure of diets can be intoxicating — promising quick, easy and drastic results. Everywhere you turn, there’s a new blog post, article, research study or casual conversation with a friend that revolves around weight and food.

February 04, 2016 | Paige Smathers KSL.com | Food


Cookbook review: 'Chia Crazy' puts the spotlight on an ancient superfood

CHIA CRAZY: Clean Eating with the World’s Greatest Superfood,” by Cherie Schetselaar and Britney Rule, Familius, $19.95, 136 pages

January 07, 2016 | Jeff Peterson Deseret News | Food


Shortbread cookies are delectable treat; presentation is key to great gifts

Your kind wishes of Christmas cheer are sure to be appreciated when you present your neighbors and friends with delicious homemade treats.

December 26, 2015 | Pam McMurtry Deseret News | Food


Easy 5-ingredient cookie is salty, sweet and decadent

My husband is a cookie freak. I try to always have cookies in the house, and my mother never comes to visit unless she brings a couple dozen. Yes, he is spoiled, and now I’ve found another cookie that he loves.

December 26, 2015 | Brenda Stanley Deseret News | Food


Spice up your holiday gift-giving with Krisp Kringle

Krisp Kringle is a crunchy cinnamon-coated popcorn and a red-hot spicy change from peppermint during the holidays. It is a favorite among my family members and is easier to make than traditional popcorn balls. One pot, a large bowl, your microwave and an air popper are all you need to whip up three gallons of tasty, buttery, cinnamon goodness. The crispness comes from a short bout in the oven. I like mine plain, but my husband prefers his drizzled with melted white chocolate, which reduces the spiciness.

December 09, 2015 | Pam McMurtry Deseret News | Food


Putting the ‘neighborly’ in neighbor holiday gifts

Extending warm appreciation for the "neighborliness" of our neighbors can be simple as well as heartfelt. From the guy who shares fresh tomatoes every fall to the gal who mows your part of the easement every other Saturday, and everyone in between, here are some ways to say thank you and happy holidays in a meaningful, generous and unique way.

December 09, 2015 | J'Nel Wright Deseret News | Food


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