Get It Right, Get It Tight- Healthy Cooking With Michael Scipione!!!

Get It Right, Get It Tight- Healthy Cooking With Michael Scipione!!!

You won't catch PHL 17's Ashley Johnson in workout clothes this week, instead she's picking up a fork to “Get It Right, Get It Tight.” She joins Michael Scipione, a chef and nutrionist, in his kitchen to learn about healthy cooking. Scipione helps many …
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On Amazon, Cooking Up Friendly Reviews

Beneath the placid surface of Amazon, authors and reviewers have been in a ferment this fall. After several well-publicized episodes involving writers soliciting or paying for reviews, the retailer seems to be cracking down on log-rolling. Thousands …
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Cooking with Cookie Monster

The Cookie Monster Kitchen Cafe ($59.99) is a 30-inch tall kitchenette which is perfect for your toddler to learn the joys of pretend cooking. Use the play spatula and frying pan to help Cookie Monster cook the 6 pieces of pretend food for Elmo and …
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Cooking With Myra:

Prepare the filling by combining sugar, lemon juice and water in saucepan. Bring to a boil and add cranberries. Lower heat to medium and simmer until cranberries have popped. The liquid will get syrupy after 10 minutes. Add apple jelly and stir until …
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Chef Kirschner's Duck and Wild Mushroom Puff Pastry Pot Pie Recipe

Classifying Southern California's winters as mild is an understatement. However, subtle seasonal changes still necessitate warming foods. When looking for …
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Philadelphia Service Agency Begins Commercial Cooking Classes for Clients

“The way we're doing this is by preparing the students to be line cooks, to pass the 'Serve Safe' certification, to have them do internships and place them in jobs,” she tells KYW Newsradio. Davis says participants are referred from other agencies …
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Cooking With Limits

This year's Food Allergy Ball, which raised $4 million on Monday at the Waldorf-Astoria, honored the Massachusetts-based chef Ming Tsai, who opened his popular restaurant Blue Ginger in Wellesley in 1998. Even before it may have been fashionable, Mr.
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