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Salad product recall over E. coli bacteria impacts 22 states

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says thousands of pounds of salad products are being recalled due to a possible E. coli contamination

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Putting his spin on Thanksgiving tradition
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Putting his spin on Thanksgiving tradition

Thanksgiving always has been a favorite holiday for Brandon DeJaynes. "I enjoy cooking turkey, enjoy smoking different meats," said DeJaynes, owner and executive chef of the Convenient Chef in Quincy.

Table’s new star? The relaxed and versatile dinner bowl
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Table’s new star? The relaxed and versatile dinner bowl

For today’s bowls, stews and casseroles, a plate-bowl hybrid called the `dinner bowl’ is catching on

How to tame that intimidating winter squash
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How to tame that intimidating winter squash

Hard winter squash is comforting, filling and healthy to boot

Italy’s white truffle hunters worry about climate change
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Italy’s white truffle hunters worry about climate change

Rising global temperatures are causing worry about the future of Italy’s prized white truffles

Set the table early, and other tips for Thanksgiving hosts
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Set the table early, and other tips for Thanksgiving hosts

Divide the white and dark meat early. And other tips for a delicious Thanksgiving dinner

For 'Joy of Cooking' revision, editors mixed marriage, food
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For 'Joy of Cooking' revision, editors mixed marriage, food

For a massive revision to the beloved cookbook 'Joy of Cooking,' the editors mixed marriage and food - and survived

The ideal wine for Thanksgiving dinner? It's complicated
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The ideal wine for Thanksgiving dinner? It's complicated

For many of us who love to cook and host on Thanksgiving, one central mystery remains: What to pour

Despite fires, California wine is doing just fine - for now
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Despite fires, California wine is doing just fine - for now

The wineries of Sonoma County are largely unharmed despite fires that raged through the area this fall

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Officials: Chemical mixture applied by a second employee

Massachusetts authorities say the chemical mixture that resulted in the death of a Buffalo Wild Wings employee was applied by another employee