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Every so often, the linguistic stylings of New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni bring one to tears:
Pizza is many folks' an on-the-go lunch or dinner choice and a staple at kids' birthday parties. I’m not one to resist a tempting slice (it’s my favorite food, second to chocolate), but I can enjoy one without overindulging -- here’s how.
Introducing our new series that will share ideas for ways you can satisfy your biggest food cravings without blowing your calorie budget. First up, chips!
When you’re craving Mexican food, tacos top the list of need-to-have foods. With some simple swaps, tacos can be part of a healthy diet—read through our tips to find out how.
It is okay to indulge in ice cream every once in a while -- just keep these healthy tips in mind.
I admit it -- I’m a full-fledged chocoholic! Fellow chocolate lovers, rejoice: Small amounts of the sweet stuff can easily be part of a healthy diet. Learn our tricks to satisfy your chocolate cravings without going overboard.
Every year I celebrate Hanukah by enjoying the infamous holiday doughnut. Yes, I am a registered dietitian who’s telling you that it’s okay to eat a doughnut—can you believe it?! This doesn’t mean you have permission for a free-for-all indulgence, but if you really want a doughnut—then go for it using these tips.
I don’t eat a lot of red meat, but when the craving strikes, I don’t deprive myself. Here’s how to order up a dreamy burger while avoiding a calorie nightmare.
Bone broth: Is it a magical elixir or a delicious and comforting drink to keep you warm this winter? Watch this video from Food Network Kitchen to find out.
Everyone has a list of their own favorite ingredients, but there is one item that I know will bring a teary look of appreciation to just about every chef I encounter, and that is the morel mushroom. So much so that when I reached out to Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli for her opinion of the morel, she referred to it as the "sacred mushroom."
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