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Winter is about the only time of year that the description "rib-sticking" actually sounds appealing. We burn more calories in the winter as we

Celeriac looks like Hannibal Lecter's lunch. A pale and ghostly cerebellum with tangled dreadlocks, it is never going to win any beauty prizes. Prepossessing,

Do you have menu monotony? Are you cooking the same recipes over and over again for the holidays? There is relief from this stubborn winter

Latkes, doughnuts and fritters -- in Jewish homes, everyone's frying this month, much as we have been for the last 2,000 years or so.

There are basically three approaches to devising a Thanksgiving menu. In the first, the foods are typical of New England where the first thanksgiving was

Parsnips used to get a lot more love in the United States. When this pale taproot -- native to Eurasia -- made its way to