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Need some fall comfort foods? Flavorful twists on 2 classics, apples and bread

Need some fall comfort foods? Flavorful twists on 2 classics, apples and bread

The smells of warm apple pie or fresh baked bread are two of the pleasures of fall. Especially in today's anxiety-provoking world, there's a welcoming spot at home for cozy comfort foods.
Handfuls of fresh herbs enliven Sardinia’s fregola-studded soup

Handfuls of fresh herbs enliven Sardinia’s fregola-studded soup

As chef Luigi Crisponi stood in his Santa Rughe restaurant in Sardinia, he insisted there was nothing he can teach about s’erbuzzu.
B.C. conditions are magic for mushrooms in bumper season for fungi, tasty and toxic

B.C. conditions are magic for mushrooms in bumper season for fungi, tasty and toxic

VANCOUVER — Mushrooms large and small, tasty and toxic, are popping up across British Columbia this year in what experts say is a bumper season for fungi. B.C.
Michelin-starred eatery tops Air Canada's 2023 list of best new Canadian restaurants

Michelin-starred eatery tops Air Canada's 2023 list of best new Canadian restaurants

MONTREAL — Toronto’s Kappo Sato has claimed the top spot of Air Canada’s 2023 list of Canada's 10 best new restaurants.
Americans are still putting way too much food into landfills. Local officials seek EPA's help

Americans are still putting way too much food into landfills. Local officials seek EPA's help

CHICAGO (AP) — More than one-third of the food produced in the U.S. is never eaten. Much of it ends up in landfills, where it generates tons of methane that hastens climate change.

Alaska faces new backlog in processing food stamp benefits after clearing older applications

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) — An Alaska state agency faces a new backlog in processing applications for people seeking food stamp benefits, more than a year after it first fell behind in recertifying applicants.
From Uzbekistan, a cuminy rice pilaf comes studded with sweet pops of flavor

From Uzbekistan, a cuminy rice pilaf comes studded with sweet pops of flavor

In Tashkent, Uzbekistan’s capital, the streets are lined with paddle-wielding chefs called oshpaz who expertly tend to the sizzling contents of enormous cauldron-like pans.
Not all Halloween treats come in wrappers. Some come in a pumpkin

Not all Halloween treats come in wrappers. Some come in a pumpkin

For many kids, and some die-hard adults, the runup to Halloween is cause for elation. There's the trying on of costumes, the laying in of a generous supply of candy for trick or treaters, and, of course, the pumpkin decorating.
Rectangular pies inspire this weeknight salami-mozzarella pizza

Rectangular pies inspire this weeknight salami-mozzarella pizza

Store-bought dough brings homemade pizza into the realm of easy weeknight cooking. To simplify prep even further, we took a cue from rectangular focaccia-like Sicilian pizza and Roman pizza al taglio.
Natasha from 'Natasha's Kitchen' makes waves in the food world with a simple approach to dishes

Natasha from 'Natasha's Kitchen' makes waves in the food world with a simple approach to dishes

NEW YORK (AP) — It started with a simple salad. Natasha Kravchuk began building a cooking mini-empire by combining cucumber, tomato and avocado. When a TV anchor shared the recipe on Facebook in 2015, the dish went viral.