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Hearty, satisfying, and soul warming. This soup will help you survive a seemingly endless winter. Hearty Beef & Barley Soup Yield: 8 servings   Prep: 15 minutes   Cook: Stovetop- 1.5 hr, Crockp…

From LUDWIG Hearty, satisfying, and soul warming. This soup will help you survive a seemingly endless winter. Hearty Beef & Barley Soup Yield: 8 servings Prep: 15 minutes Cook: Stovetop- hr, Crockp… FROM LUDWIG

NYT Cooking: Fried food is probably not on anyone’s lists of healthy eats, but you have to start with this: Fat is good for you.<br/><br/>There are differences among fats, of course, but with trans-fats in full retreat and lard and butter making comebacks, the whole fat-eating thing is starting to make some sense. Of course, the key word is moderation. You can eat fat as long as%...

The key word with frying is moderation. You can eat fat as long as it’s high quality and you don’t eat it to the exclusion of plants. (Photo: Evan Sung for The New York Times)

How to make pickled beets. A tasty recipe with just a little sugar, not overly sweet. Grandma Ann's recipe that's been updated to include a hot water bath.

Used more sugar and a whole clove and allspice berry in each jar. These pickled beets are the best. Not too sweet, just right. Make them with golden or red beets. A small batch is easy to make and such a treat in the middle of winter.

This wonderful vegetable frittata is easy to make and is loaded with wonderful veggies and mushrooms (that you can customize to your liking). This Hip2Save.com Meatless Monday recipe is great for you and your family to enjoy.

This wonderful vegetable frittata is easy to make and is loaded with wonderful veggies and mushrooms (that you can customize to your liking