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Day: April 6, 2021

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If you are a seltzer water fan and you enjoy the occasional cocktail, then you have surely discovered the magic that is hard seltzer. A perfect combo of flavored seltzer water and alcohol, these pre-canned drinks have become a go-to accessory for boat days, beach days, and really any sunny day that calls for a refreshing drink.

Why the sudden rage? For one, these boozy beverages are lower in calories compared to traditional drinks like wine and many beers, in part because they are lower in alcohol content, too. And for folks who are not beer guzzlers or vino aficionados,

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PO‘IPU — The Grand Hyatt Kaua‘i Resort &Spa’s lobby fronting the registration desk bustled with activity Thursday during the final food drive for its furloughed associates.

That activity was not from guests checking into the resort, but instead belonged to hotel employees getting to pick up food packages from tables laid out in the lobby.

The Kaua‘i Independent Food Bank partnered with several local groups, including the East Kaua‘i Lions Club, Zonta Club of Kaua‘i and Hyatt employees in distributing nearly 500 food packages.

The distribution was set up for drive-thru, no-contact pickups, and also set up in the lobby

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Richard Chrz’s adapted wheelchair can elevate and lower, which helps him practice his culinary skills. (Favorite Chef photo)

LA CROSSE, Wis., (WKBT) — Richard Chrz of La Crosse didn’t make the Final Four in the Favorite Chef competition, but he says the experience increased his culinary confidence and redoubled his resolve to be an advocate of adaptive cooking.
The 48-year-old Chrz uses a wheelchair because of weakening in his leg and arm muscles when his Lupus evolved into a nerve disease.

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The lure of indoor dining has been hard to resist over the last year, and now that restrictions are being lifted across the country, you may have plans to head straight for your favorite eatery. But just because things are loosening up, that doesn’t mean it’s safe to reinstate your regular dining habits. According to guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ranking certain everyday activities by COVID risk level, ordering takeout is still considered safest and eating outdoors at a socially distanced table is a close second. Indoor dining, on the other hand, can pose major

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Bobby Flay may be known for his skills in the kitchen, but it isn’t a new restaurant or a new show that has him in the news this time. It’s actually because of his Maine coon cat, Nacho, that he’s making headlines this week. Yep, you read that right. Nacho is stealing the show and by taking a page from his owner’s book.

Launching a cat food brand by the name of Made by Nacho, the Food Network star and his Instagram-famous feline are taking the pet food industry by storm. The new line includes both cat food and

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Our book, It’s Always Freezer Season, is all about using the freezer more strategically, with recipes for your “freezer pantry” that will help you get to dinner faster—things like buttermilk biscuit rounds and chicken stock—as well as freezer-friendly mains, like enchiladas and macaroni and cheese, that can be made completely from start to finish, then frozen for a busy day. 

But we learned that it’s just as important to understand how to freeze as it is to understand how to unfreeze—and by that, we mean how to thaw and reheat food that’s been frozen. Whenever you’re getting ready

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