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Fun, healthy lunchbox ideas

The daily routine of packing foods for lunchtime may seem boring, but the food inside those lunchboxes doesn't have to be. Consider your students' personality when planning school lunches.

Eating well at any age: How to fuel your mind, body and soul

It's common knowledge that children should eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, consuming all the nutrients needed to grow up strong. Many adults don't know that it's just as crucial to continue those healthy habits throughout adulthood and well into ...

The holiday season made easy

'Tis the season of wonderful company and delicious food! It's also that time of year to bring friends and family together, but preparing for holiday gatherings along with the hustle and bustle of holiday shopping can often be stressful and ...

Delight guests with a decadent dessert bar

Anyone who entertains knows it takes effort to make it look effortless.

Cook like a colonist

On Saturday, November 9, 2013, pull into the slow-food lane and experience an evening in the 17th century.

A healthy brain starts with a healthy plate

Now that our kids are back in school, they’ll need all the brain power they can get. Would it surprise you to know that our brain function is vitally connected to what we eat?

Howard County Firefighters contribute to cookbook

Howard County Firefighter Kevin Weisenborn has become used to cooking for the group of guys he describes as “10 very picky eaters” that he regularly feeds at the local firehouse.

Summer foods: Okra love it or hate it

This week, it’s all about okra.

As American as apple pie - the origins of picnic favorites

There's nothing quite so American as gathering your friends and family to celebrate Independence Day with a classic cookout.

Paula Deen and Southern food: Critics say credit is past due

No matter how you slice it, Southern food is complicated.

Five unexpected ways to get your kids to eat veggies - and like them

Peas, carrots, broccoli and spinach ... some kids love vegetables, but many do not.

National herbs and spices day

While herbs and spices are often talked about synonymously, they're quite the opposite.

Giant Food shares tips for safe Summer grilling

Ready, set, fire up those grills to kick start the summer season! Giant Food of Landover, Md. wants to make sure your next barbecue is a safe and healthy one by sharing food safety tips to keep top of mind ...

Teen chefs battle in healthy cooking competition

HealthCorps, a national non-profit co-founded by Dr. oz and his wife Lisa to combat the childhood obesity crisis, hosted a regional Teen Battle Chef (TBC) cooking competition on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 in Baltimore.

The food and the fun that define a glorious summer

When the weather warms, there are plenty of fun outdoor activities to enjoy, which means there's also a bounty of summer fare to eat. From the traditional to the intriguing, you never know what interesting food choices you may find ...

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