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SeaWorld’s baby orca, last to be born in captivity, dies
The sign at an entrance to a SeaWorld park (Photo by Matt Stroshane/Getty Images)

1:32 pm Tuesday, July 25, 2017

A 3-month-old baby killer whale died Monday at a SeaWorld park in San Antonio, Texas, the park announced this week. The baby, named Kyara, died after suffering serious health problems. She was born in April at the park, and veterinarians believe she died of pneumonia. SeaWorld...
Pork, peanuts and pesto - a healthful trifecta
Grilled Pork Cutlets With Cilantro Peanut Pesto. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Deb Lindsey For The Washington Post.

6:00 am Tuesday, July 25, 2017

This supremely tasty sauce takes the basic concept of a pesto into a delightfully different, boldly flavorful direction. With cilantro as its base, it could rightfully be considered an Asian-style variation on chimichurri sauce. However you characterize it, it is luscious in its...
Swapping proteins
Spring chef Tony Esnault uses seasonal vegetables from the farmer's market to prepare his Legumes de Saison. (Liz O. Baylen/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

6:00 am Tuesday, July 25, 2017

I recently helped a 16-year-old learn about choosing plant proteins - she had decided to become a vegetarian, but she wasn't really sure just what that meant. Her decision was based on the fact she didn't really like eating meat. While we perused the grocery aisles that are now full...
It's too hot to cook, but this easy dinner will keep you cool
Lentils With Hot-Smoked Salmon. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Jennifer Chase for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Monday, July 24, 2017

I used to have all the time in the world to make dinner. See, I was a freelance food writer, and it was my job to obsess about what to cook, how to cook it and how to frame it for an Instagram post. Then I did something crazy - took a full-time legit job as editorial director at...
NEW: CROS Ministries nears 40 years of feeding thousands
Volunteers Dan Sands, of Wellington, from, left, Tom Parker, of Royal Palm Beach, unload pallets of food at CROS Ministries Lake Worth Food Pantry at Our Savior Lutheran Church Thursday July 13, 2017. (Meghan McCarthy/ Daily News)

5:00 am Saturday, July 22, 2017

Rita doesn’t look hungry. The 56-year-old Lake Worth resident has had the same job as a door attendant in Palm Beach for 10 years. She gets paid every two weeks. She lives simply in a mobile home. And yet she rarely has enough to prevail from paycheck to paycheck by herself...
WATCH: Dusty Baker the turtle returns to ocean in Juno
Dusty, a teenage loggerhead sea turtle, was released by Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach Tuesday morning, July 18, 2017. Dusty was found floating offshore in St. Lucie County in February with overall poor health due to starvation. Hospital staff administered fluids, IV nutrition and antibiotics. Dusty is named after Dusty Baker, manager of the Washington Nationals, which holds spring training at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. (Bruce R. Bennett / The Palm Beach Post)

9:34 am Wednesday, July 19, 2017

A teenage loggerhead turtle later named after the Washington Nationals manager was starving when he was plucked from the sea a mile off St. Lucie’s coast in February. Six months and 20 pounds later, Dusty Baker was off the Loggerhead Marinelife Center’s disabled list...
After a quick spin in the blender, chia goes from slime to sublime
Berry Chia Cloud Pudding. MUST CREDIT: Jennifer Chase for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Wednesday, July 19, 2017

It was summer, a few years ago, and we were at a dear friend's house, finishing up a lovely, casual supper, when out of the fridge they came: little cups filled with chia pudding. The guests - none of whom had tasted this before - were all polite, but the expressions around the table...
Sports & Recreation

12:00 am Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Very Special Arts of Florida presents its annual Celebration of the Arts at the CMAA Therapeutic Recreation Complex at John Prince Park in Lake Worth Aug. 4. The event showcases the talents of VSA students including artwork, theater and jazz dance. The event, which runs from 7 to...
Do low-calorie sugar substitutes, artificial sweeteners help you lose weight?
Artificial sweeteners

10:14 am Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Of the 41 percent of American adults and 25 percent of U.S. children who consume artificial sweeteners, most consume them at least once a day, according to a study published earlier this year. » RELATED: These 9 healthy-sounding foods have more sugar than a Krispy Kreme...
Coffee and long life
Coffee at the Alma restaurant at The Standard, in West Hollywood, CA May 22, 2016. (Francine Orr/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

6:00 am Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Drinking a few cups of coffee every day just might help you live a little longer, according to two new studies. Researchers found that daily coffee drinkers were up to 18 percent less likely to die over the next 10 to 16 years, versus non-drinkers.  The findings were based on...
The sum of the parts makes this one delicious steak meal
Grilled rib-eye steak with onion straws. (Lee Svitak Dean/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)

12:00 am Tuesday, July 18, 2017

In many households, steak is a special occasion kind of meal, one that rarely needs a recipe to prepare. But there are times when some formal directions can improve a slab of meat, even one that’s cooked right. This is such a case, with three recipes that together make for...
With Clooney assist, US aid groups team up on Africa crisis
FILE - In this April 13, 2017, file photo, Yemenis present documents in order to receive food rations provided by a local charity, in Sanaa, Yemen. Eight of the largest U.S.-based aid groups are joining together in a new campaign to address what the United Nations calls the world's largest humanitarian crisis in more than 70 years. More than 20 million people are at risk of famine in nine African nations and Yemen, but Richard Stearns, president of Federal Way, Washington-based World Vision, says it has been overshadowed amid the controversies surrounding President Donald Trump's administration. (AP Photo/Hani Mohammed, File)

1:18 pm Monday, July 17, 2017

Eight of the world's biggest aid groups are joining together in a new campaign to get more attention in the U.S. for what the United Nations calls the world's largest humanitarian crisis in more than 70 years. More than 20 million people are at risk of famine in nine African nations...
Communion bread must contain some gluten, Vatican says

6:00 am Monday, July 17, 2017

The unleavened bread that Roman Catholics use in the celebration of communion must contain some gluten, even if only a trace amount, according to a new Vatican directive. The directive, which was dated June 15 but received significant attention only after it was reported by Vatican...
Do the duo of prosciutto and melon one better - with salad
Cantaloupe Salad With Arugula and Crispy Prosciutto. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Monday, July 17, 2017

This recipe spins the classic Italian prosciutto-and-melon duo into an elegant summer salad. Cutting the cured ham into ribbons and heating it quickly in a skillet might make a traditionalist cringe, but I am completely enamored with the way doing so results in crisp, flavor-concentrated...
FOG celebrates 30 years of healthful food
ADVANCE FOR USE SUNDAY, JULY 15 - In this July 7, 2017 photo, Marty Mesh, executive director of Florida Organic Growers, poses with a pepper plant at Siembra Farms in Gainesville, Fla. Mesh helped form the nonprofit organization to educate farmers and the public about organic production through programs and initiatives. (Andrea Cornejo/The Gainesville Sun via AP)

7:01 am Sunday, July 16, 2017

Dealing with social justice issues associated with organic farming has been at the core of Florida Certified Organic Growers and Consumers of Gainesville's work since the group's creation. Known as FOG, the nonprofit this month will celebrate 30 years of fighting for organic farmers...
Bake chicken and peaches together, and they make their own sauce
Baked Chicken Breasts With Peaches. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Sunday, July 16, 2017

An interesting thing happened on the way to delivering this recipe. It's a one-pan dish that fuses a few spices and brown sugar with ripe peaches and that old weeknight standby - boneless, skinless chicken breasts. Prep work is minimal: Blanch the peaches, peel and slice them. Pound...
This top chef traces her passion to an offal beginning
Sauteed Veal Kidneys With Herbs, Prunes and Cream. MUST CREDIT: Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Thursday, July 13, 2017

It's probably fair to say that there aren't many 7-year-olds willing to even try veal kidneys, much less love them. And to have those kidneys define, in some primal way, the course of both a life and career seems singular. When Angie Mar visited Paris with her parents in 1989, that's...
Another use for summer's sweet cherries: In a simple grain salad
Warm Brown Rice and Chickpea Salad With Cherries. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Wednesday, July 12, 2017

I'm never surprised at how much I love cherries. They're a summertime favorite, a member of my beloved stone-fruit family. But I tend to eat them out of hand, or perhaps as part of the morning trifecta of yogurt-fruit-granola. Or, of course, baked into a cobbler or pie. Every now...
Slice, season, skewer: The secret to building flavor when grilling lean meat
Use the crispy grilled pork on a rice noodle salad with romaine, cucumber, mint, basil and roasted peanuts. Styled by Mark Graham. (Michael Tercha/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

6:00 am Wednesday, July 12, 2017

e all struggle to add flavor and intrigue to lean meats, such as chicken breasts and pork tenderloin. The grill helps. Heck, the grill adds interest to most everything we cook. Season the food highly, and dinner doldrums disappear. To get crispy edges, moist interiors and super-fast...
Sports & Recreation

12:00 am Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Alex Sorgente, 19, of Lake Worth, has qualified for this weekend’s X Games after placing fifth among the top 12 in a skateboarding qualifier last month. This will be Alex’s sixth trip to the games (he finished fourth last year) and he will compet against eight other Americans...
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