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Whether you set up a tent in the backyard or the bedroom, with a little imagination you can enjoy all the fun of a real camping trip without s…

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During the Civil War, she served as a spy, scout, nurse and cook in the US Army. In a mission with Col. James Montgomery, she helped the army rescue more than 700 enslaved people during the Combahee River raid in South Carolina.

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Collards are very high in protein and calcium. Store bright collards in a kitchen towel in the refrigerator until ready to use. The delicate leaves typically won’t stay fresh for more than three days, but you can blanch them for 15 seconds and freeze for future use.

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Reader Lynn Todd has the right idea about eating out. It’s expensive.

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Still in need of gift ideas? Don’t fret — this gift guide will have just about anyone on your list covered. Whether you’re attending a white elephant exchange or you’re still stumped over that one family member, read on to find some unexpected presents that are sure to impress.

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Everyone knows we want our living space to look spotless for the holidays. If you're efficient and obsess over putting things where they belon…

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This base butternut squash soup recipe can be tweaked any number of ways, such as using ginger and tamari instead of rosemary and garlic. You can store leftover soup in jars in the fridge for up to 5 days, or freeze for up to 3 months. — Addie Broyles

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Our team of experts has selected the best stainless steel cookware sets out of hundreds of models. Don't buy a cookware set before reading these reviews.

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Wednesday represented a second-year of fundraising for the Orcutt Culinary Arts Program designed for kids ages 10-13, which was launched by Markee, a 30-year culinary veteran and director of child nutrition for Orcutt Union School District.

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Maybe your in-laws aren’t such great cooks. Or you’ve run out of ways to disguise the fact that the Brussels sprouts casserole that’s a staple at family gatherings is worse than vile. One solution: Fly your holiday dinner with you.