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August Yarden column | News

AUGUST WEATHER According to internet weather sources, the average high temperature in August is 91⁰ and the average low is 71⁰. Average precipitation this mouth amounts to 5.71 inches, only marginally higher than July’s average. According to weatherspark.com, this we are now in “the muggier period of the year.” The muggiest day of the year …

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Elevate Your Juice With These Gadgets and Ingredients

Shondaland Staff As we move through summer and look ahead to fall, eating well and feeling healthy remain top of mind. Making fresh-pressed, low-sugar juices part of your routine is a convenient way to flush out toxins and add extra nutrients to your diet. However, buying pre-made juice can be an expensive endeavour. Making your …

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Ms. Cheap: With grocery prices soaring here is a plan to cut food costs | Ms. Cheap

There is no question that grocery prices are skyrocketing – up as much as 10.8 percent this year (the largest annual increase in 41 years) according to the National Bureau of Labor Statistics. I’m sure you have noticed that a cart of basic groceries that used to be $50 or $60 at checkout is now …

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The Global Chef: Crudités à la Française | Food

August requires refreshing foods so French cooks often serve cooling crudités. For most Americans, the word crudités (kroo-deh-TAY) conjures up images of naked, raw radishes, aged carrot and celery sticks and possibly a few tired florets of broccoli and cauliflower cringing on a platter (sometimes accompanied by bean dip). Not too sexy. Have you noticed …

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Make This Smoked Jalapeño and Pineapple Coleslaw Recipe

Smoked Jalapeño and Pineapple Slaw | Photo courtesy of HarperCollins Smoked Jalapeño and Pineapple Slaw | Photo courtesy of HarperCollins If you have ever found yourself wandering down Union Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn, you’re bound to smell wafts of smoked meats and hear the clinking of cocktail glasses emanating from the beloved barbecue restaurant Pig …

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Extend your cilantro harvest and enjoyment | Gastronomy

Cilantro is also a favorite ingredient in guacamole, tacos, rice dishes and of course salsa. But as summer temperatures climb, cilantro quickly goes to seed. This can be frustrating, but using all parts of the plant or growing a heat-tolerant cilantro-flavored substitute can help. Gardeners in cooler climates can sow seeds every three to four …

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Column by Gary Church: Whodunit? Suspects named in tomato heist | Lifestyles

I have a personal favorite columnist, and no, it’s not me. I am second on my list. His name is John Friel. He is the manager of Emerald Coast Growers in Lancaster and writes a column for Green Profit magazine. What he wrote in his column this week devastated me. The title was, “What’s New? …

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