Are you ready to switch to induction cooking ?, by Mary Hunt

During the 18 months we lived in a small apartment in preparation for our move from California to Colorado, I did not have a traditional stove and oven. Instead, I used my Breville Smart Countertop Oven and Duxtop Portable Single Burner Induction Cooktop. INDUCTION IS DIFFERENT Induction is definitely a …

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D&R Greenway Land Trust Announces Permanent Preservation of Ten Wooded Acres of Hopewell as Memorial Legacy

D&R Greenway Land Trust announces ten wooded acres of Hopewell Permanently preserved as a commemorative heirloom Princeton: Just in time for Memorial Day 2021, D&R Greenway announces yet another preservation success with the acquisition of 10 acres of land owned by Nutan Singh in Hopewell, New Jersey. In December 2020, …

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Filipino-inspired Music and Food Festival in San Pedro in October – Daily Breeze

Filipino culture will be celebrated with music and lots of food when a new festival arrives in San Pedro in October. Tickets are on sale for FAHMfest, (Philippine American Heritage Month) which is expected to draw up to 10,000 people per day at Pier 46 in San Pedro from October …

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Tips for reducing cooking time during confinement

Cooking in the event of a pandemic: tips for reducing cooking time during containment May 30, 2021: Cooking in the event of a pandemic: Tips for reducing cooking time during containment Balancing work from home while managing household chores is an art in itself. While cleaning can be postponed, cooking …

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Gardening can lead to food preservation

Emily Marrison, columnist Posted at 4:52 a.m.ET on May 30, 2021 TO CLOSE After an unusually cold start to May, we ended with unusually hot weather. Somewhere in between these extremes, many county residents started planting their home gardens. Due to home orders last spring, gardening was certainly on the …

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Bucks Knocks Out Hunger gives pantries healthy options

Bucks County United Way | Bucks County Courier Hours A recent survey by the Bucks County Hunger and Nutrition Coalition shows that locally, 59% of food insecure households include at least one person with a chronic illness – a statistic that matches the national results. Feeding America reports that of …

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NEPC denounces indiscriminate use of pesticides for crop preservation

The Executive Director of the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), Olusegun Awolowo, denounced the use of pesticide residues in the storage of dry beans and other legume crops. Mr. Awolowo spoke at a training program on “Appropriate Storage Practices for Dried Beans” Friday in Awka. Represented by Jackson Arnold, NEPC …

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“We are hungry”: little food for families fleeing the DRC volcano | Volcanoes News

Residents of eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) woke up to stronger tremors on Saturday morning, as fleeing families seeking shelter from a dreaded second volcanic eruption struggled to find enough food and water. Dozens of people died when Mount Nyiragongo volcano, one of the most active in the world, …

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Filipino chef now runs kitchen at Canlis restaurant – KIRO 7 news Seattle

There is a new executive chef at Canlis. The prestigious restaurant is banking its future on its first chef, who is neither white nor male. This leader breaks down barriers and finds a home as West Washington becomes real. It’s just an ordinary Friday in the kitchen of this 70-year-old …

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