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Gretchen’s table: A spinach-mushroom quiche with cheesy goodness

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My family is not big on eggs, but they do love a nice slice of quiche. Luckily for me, the savory egg custard baked in a pie crust is easy to make (especially if you use a refrigerated crust) and easier still to personalize with favorite meats, vegetables and cheeses — often all the above at the same time.

Quick Fix: Crispy grouper pairs well with colorful salad

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A crisp coating of cornmeal is great for grouper fillets, adding texture to this sandwich supper. Mayonnaise mixed with sweet pickle relish makes a quick mock tartar sauce for the grouper.

Quick Fix: Keep healthy resolutions with this mushroom soup

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Going light on your calories after the holidays? Here’s a warm, welcoming vegetarian soup that won't break your calorie bank and takes only 15 minutes to make.

The 10 most memorable wines that I drank this year

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Picking my Top 10 experiences of 2021 wasn’t easy: I sampled great wines from 18 countries on six continents this year.

Hungry? Here’s why you should be eating goat meat

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Is America at long last discovering that goat is the G.O.A.T.? Having returned to my home in New York after three years abroad, I am surprised to see so many restaurant menus featuring my favorite form of protein, which I learned to love growing up in India.

Restaurants and shows close as omicron grips US

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City and state officials across the U.S. have pledged to avoid the COVID-19 shutdowns that caused an economic upheaval in the first year of the pandemic.

Our 6 favorite cookbooks for fall and winter 2021

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As the night continues to encroach on the light of day, we begin to look forward to cozy nights at home. We crank on the oven or stove, finding comfort (and ease) in casseroles, baked goods and soups, while at the market, even the produce seems heartier: bushels of sweet potatoes, beets, mushrooms.

The 15 best beers we drank this year

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As much as I’d hoped 2021 would be a fresh start, we all know how that panned out. While some of my beer colleagues resumed international travel and partied like it was 2019, I did an admittedly crummy job of getting out of the five boroughs.

The best holiday cookies

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Whether it’s an exquisitely decorated treat that evokes a falling snowflake, or a brilliantly decadent take on a classic recipe, there’s simply no better way to create instant holiday cheer than by giving someone a cookie.

A centuries-old Indian cheese takes hold in America

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Given the current obsession with plant-based cooking, cheese might seem like a food in decline.

Quick Fix: This turkey bowl a perfect recipe for Thanksgiving leftovers

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What do you do with Thanksgiving leftovers or really anytime you have a lot of leftovers? This turkey bowl is an answer. You can use your leftover stuffing, turkey and vegetables or use whatever cooked meat or vegetables you have in your fridge. Use this recipe as a guide for amounts and how to use them.

Diabetes Quick Fix: Fish in a Pouch with Garlic Couscous

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This is a wonderful way to cook fish. Sealed in a package with mushrooms and tomatoes, it steams in its own juices. Quick-cooking whole wheat couscous takes only 5 minutes to make and has a nutty flavor.

Welcome to the next generation of sugar replacements

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We’ve entered a new era in our love-hate relationship with sugar. After decades of trying to make substitutes like Sweet’N Low, Splenda and Stevia work for consumers, the sugar-alternative industry is fielding contenders with a better chance at unseating that ubiquitous substance.

Quick Fix: Dress up pork chops with this tangy maple syrup glaze

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Here’s a 10-minute meal that perks up boneless pork chops. It’s fast and easy to dress up pork chops with a tangy maple syrup glaze that packs a lot of flavor.

Quick Fix: Easy-to-make enchiladas topped with spicy sauce

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These Tex-Mex style enchiladas take less than five minutes to make using a microwave oven. They’re filled with chicken and refried beans and topped with a spicy tomato sauce.

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The 15 best beers we drank this year

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As much as I’d hoped 2021 would be a fresh start, we all know how that panned out. While some of my beer colleagues resumed international travel and partied like it was 2019, I did an admittedly crummy job of getting out of the five boroughs.

The best holiday cookies