Sloppy Joes — ground meat in tomato sauce served over Cuban bread — have been an American favorite for over half a century. There are many claims to the origins of Sloppy Joes. One is from the H.J. Heinz Co., which, of course, made theirs with ketchup; another is a cafe in Iowa whose chef, J…

Fats... There’s a lot of talk lately about fats! Good fats, bad fats, high fat or low fat diets, fats for performance, weight loss, or inflammation.

Members of the Western New York Honey Producers are teaming up again in 2023 to offer several special programs.

I’m the first to admit I was a pretty terrible cook as a newlywed. Granted, I was barely a year out of college with little-to-no actual cooking experience under my 20-something belt, but still. Some of those first few meals I served my new husband were god-awful.

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(TNS) – Sticking to a healthy routine can be a challenge at any time of year, but with tempting meals, travel and stressors around the holidays, it can be easy to get off track. Dr. John Presutti, a Mayo Clinic family medicine physician, shares tips for maintaining a healthy diet, exercise r…

WARSAW — The Warsaw Rescue Squad has set its inaugural meat raffle. The event will take place Feb. 18 in the American Legion Hall at the Village Park. Doors open at 5 p.m. with the first spin at 6 p.m. The grand prize is a Blackstone Griddle, valued at $300. Floor raffles include bacon, shri…

GENESEO – The Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce is serving up a new food festival in February designed to bring attention to the unique food that Livingston County has to offer.

Congratulations are in order for Nick Kokonas, who won the award for best self-published cookbook from the International Association of Culinary Professionals this month. If you’ve ever sipped a gin and tonic and wondered why you’re drinking something that once was used to ward off malaria, …

The holidays are soon upon us, and because there’s always room for a dazzling dessert or late-night snack, many of us will be looking for new cookie recipes that will wow guests with the perfect mix of crunch, chew and irresistible flavor.

HOUSTON – The holidays often involve overindulging, and while the occasional decadent meal is enjoyable, some people may prefer to eat a healthier version of their favorite holiday treat. A Baylor College of Medicine dietitian provides recipe substitutions for some favorite holiday meals.

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HOUSTON – While holiday feasts bring friends and families together, it’s important to keep those with food allergies in mind when creating your holiday menu. A registered dietitian at Baylor College of Medicine gives advice on how to keep meals accessible to everyone in your circle.