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Why you should cook up a batch of this 'new' ancient grain
Sorghum Salad With Cucumber, Cilantro and Cumin Seed. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Sorghum, a whole grain that has been a staple food in Africa and India for centuries, is finally getting its moment on the American table. It is well suited for our modern world because it is highly nutritious with a mildly nutty flavor, it's gluten-free and it's easy to grow even...
Pediatricians say no fruit juice in child’s first year
If your kids don't eat their peas, or spinach, or broccoli, you may be tempted to try a trendy vegetable-infused juice like Apple Medley's from Mott's. (Bill Hogan/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

6:00 am Tuesday, May 23, 2017

The nation’s top pediatricians are advising parents to stop giving fruit juice to children in the first year of life, saying the drink is not as healthful as many parents think. In the past, the American Academy of Pediatrics had advised parents to avoid 100 percent fruit juice...
Think small: Quick grilling for Memorial Day with thinner cuts
Meco 2000 Portable Tailgate Charcoal Grill, $46 (Amazon.com). If you like to keep it simple, you'll like this. No frills with this simple three-legged version. (MCT)

6:00 am Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Empty-nesting opens new doors. I’ve come to appreciate a mostly empty fridge — no pressure to cook. Grocery shopping takes less time, especially with an expanded budget. The menu contains new additions — all quick-cooking and much of it indulgent. What has not changed...
16-year-old girl found dead, weighed 56 lbs; parents charged

1:53 pm Monday, May 22, 2017

A 16-year-old girl weighing just 56 pounds was found dead in her Iowa home, investigators said. >> Read more trending news  Police in Perry, Iowa, said Sabrina Ray lived with her adoptive parents, Misty and Marc Ray. The couple ran a state-licensed daycare out of their...
Metabolism myths
Bored with comfort food, Americans crave hot chili peppers, the hotter the better.

6:00 am Monday, May 22, 2017

Why can one person eat like a growing teenager and not gain a pound, while another person's every indulgence shows up on the scale? Chalk it up to individual differences in metabolism, muscle mass and physical activity. Metabolism is the process by which our bodies convert what we...
One simple dish changed the course of this visionary chef's life
Dan Barber's Scrambled Eggs. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Monday, May 22, 2017

When I asked Dan Barber, the chef whose name is synonymous with farm-to-table eating, to identify his favorite dish from childhood, I secretly hoped he might say Rice Krispies Treats. Because even a boy who spent part of his childhood on a farm wants marshmallows more than parsnips...
An old favorite returns to the rotation with a leaner look
Curried Singapore Noodles With Stir-Fried Veggies. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Monday, May 22, 2017

Curried Singapore Noodles was my standard order at a restaurant in Washington's Chinatown - until it wasn't. That kitchen's particular proportions of curried sauce, rice noodles, vegetables, egg and shrimp was the only way I wanted the dish to taste. Once that place closed and a...
The future of barbecue: No regions, no rules, lots of innovation
Jackknife Sandwiches. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Sunday, May 21, 2017

One weekend last October, some of the nation's top young pitmasters gathered on a pig farm just outside Durham, North Carolina, to participate in an event called the N.C. Barbecue Revival. On undulating farmland, the cooks, veiled in wood smoke, tended their creations while Duroc...
EXCLUSIVE: How did baby Tayla Aleman starve to death?
Alejandro Aleman is led from court after a hearing Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Aleman is facing charges of first degree murder, aggravated child abuse and cruelty to animals. Aleman and Kristen Meyer-Aleman are accused of starving their 13-month-old daughter to death. (Lannis Waters / The Palm Beach Post)

7:55 am Saturday, May 20, 2017

With 10 children, the Aleman family couldn’t be missed on the little Loxahatchee block, nestled among the slash and Australian pines. Dirty, shoeless and hungry, many of the children, ages 2-15, played outside almost daily, no adult around, when others their age were either...
Ethiopian cuisine is unlike any other. Why do some want to modernize it?
Injera tacos at the new Etete in Washington. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Deb Lindsey for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Saturday, May 20, 2017

Two summers ago, as part of owner Sileshi Alifom's ongoing campaign to refine his food at the white-tablecloth Das Ethiopian Cuisine in Washington, he attempted to create an East African lasagna. Semi-frozen sections of injera, the fermented Ethiopian flatbread, served as his noodles...
Lemon Blueberry Brown Betty is a spring version of a classic dessert
Try Lemon Blueberry Brown Betty topped with a scoop of frozen nonfat yogurt ice. (Tammy Ljungblad/Kansas City Star/TNS)

6:00 am Friday, May 19, 2017

So who, or what, the heck is Brown Betty? Betties are baked, layered puddings that date back to Colonial America, according to “The Food Lover’s Companion.” The layers came from (often brown) sugar and spiced fruit with buttered bread crumbs baked on top to bubbly...
One dish changed the course of this visionary chef's life: Scrambled eggs
Dan Barber's Scrambled Eggs. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Friday, May 19, 2017

When I asked Dan Barber, the chef whose name is synonymous with farm-to-table eating, to identify his favorite dish from childhood, I secretly hoped he might say Rice Krispies Treats. Because even a boy who spent part of his childhood on a farm wants marshmallows more than parsnips...
Billion dollar race to break 2-hour marathon mark is afoot
In this Saturday, May 6, 2017 file photo, Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge, right, talks with Nike CEO and President Mark Parker after crossing the finish line of a marathon at the Monza Formula One racetrack, Italy. Eliud Kipchoge was 26 seconds from making history on May 6. Nike and Adidas have announced separate plans to attack the 2-hour marathon, with both introducing shoe lines linked to the effort. Wireless tech giant Vodafone last month said it was backing a third bid, hoping data gleaned from the quest will translate into wearable technology. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno, File)

6:00 am Friday, May 19, 2017

The two-hour marathon.  For distance runners, it's a mystical goal equivalent to the four-minute mile that Roger Bannister broke in 1954; a test so difficult some have estimated it may be 50 years or more before anyone achieves it.  Now the $270 billion market for athletic...
'Natural Foods Cookbook' author Beatrice Trum Hunter dies
This Sept. 17, 2011 photo provided by Robert Granoff shows Beatrice Trum Hunter at her home in Deering, N.H. Hunter, who wrote more than three dozen books including a pioneering natural foods cookbook in 1961, died Wednesday night, May 17, 2017 in Hillsborough, N.H. She was 98. (Robert Granoff via AP)

11:55 am Thursday, May 18, 2017

Beatrice Trum Hunter, who wrote "The Natural Foods Cookbook" in 1961, long before organic foods became a staple at supermarkets, and who took an early stance against pesticide exposure, sharing information with "Silent Spring" author Rachel Carson, has died. She...
Marble rye breads add some style to our daily sustenance
Cocoa powder is used to make the darker dough for marble rye. (Jerry Holt/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)

6:00 am Thursday, May 18, 2017

We eat with our eyes. We’re not sure who first made this brilliant observation, but they were spot-on, describing how our brains make a connection between a food’s appearance and how much we enjoy it.  Simply, the better it looks, the better it tastes.  That&rsquo...
Army vet’s service dog stolen in attack, pleads for return, ‘I need her’
An Army veteran from the Bronx, New York is looking for help in finding his stolen service dog. He was attacked on Mother’s Day and his 8-month-old puppy was stolen. He says he needs the dog and is desperate to find her.

7:05 pm Wednesday, May 17, 2017

A New York Army veteran is pleading for the return of his young service dog, who was stolen in an attack on Mother’s Day while the vet was out walking the 8-month-old puppy in the Bronx. Robert Lebron, 44, told PIX11 News that he was jumped during the outing by two...
'Fat and frail' seniors benefit from right exercise combo
FILE - In this Thursday, Jan. 3, 2013 file photo, gym members use a treadmill to warm up for a morning exercise class in Addison, Texas. A study released on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 suggests that heavy seniors who want to lose pounds safely shouldn’t skip the weight machines or the treadmill. Losing weight plus aerobic activity and strength training improved the health of older obese people more than weight loss plus either type of exercise alone. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

5:09 pm Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Heavy seniors who want to lose pounds safely shouldn't skip the weight machines or the treadmill, new research suggests. Experts have worried about recommending weight loss to older, obese people because it speeds up bone and muscle loss, increasing the danger of falls and broken...
How can fried rice be good for you? When you make it this way.
Sesame Fried Rice With Spring Vegetables and Egg. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Wednesday, May 17, 2017

This recipe turns a humble bowl of rice into a lip-smackingly tasty meal. It feels like an indulgence, but the dish is actually good for you. The bowl is brimming with colorful spring vegetables - asparagus, peas and carrots - that are stir-fried with scallion, ginger, garlic and...
Appetite for Mom's cooking remains, long after the plates are cleaned
Lemon Sponge Pie. MUST CREDIT: Photo by Goran Kosanovic for The Washington Post.

6:00 am Tuesday, May 16, 2017

It doesn't matter whether the maternal figure in your life worked daily magic in the kitchen or saw a kindred spirit in the canned-soup shtick of Peg Bracken. What you take away - the part that stays with you longer than the taste of a two-day spaghetti sauce - is that her efforts...
Feds and Walmart allege canned tuna prices fixed
Customers walk past the head of a bluefin tuna in front of a seafood restaurant at Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo Tuesday, May 16, 2017. Criminal and civil cases allege executives at the largest canned tuna companies were agreeing to collectively raise prices and limit promotions. Major retailers are taking aim at the most popular tuna brands in the U.S. - Chicken of the Sea, Bumble Bee and StarKist - saying they conspired to keep prices high for consumers. (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko)

4:33 am Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Executives of the most popular tuna brands in the U.S. — Chicken of the Sea, Bumble Bee and StarKist — conspired regularly to keep prices high for consumers with a taste for one of America's favorite sandwich ingredients, according to criminal and civil court records...
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