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FOOD

Sarah Nasello's recipe for this easy vegetable side dish includes Parmesan and rosemary.
A Place For Hope Food Shelf, together with the Great Plains Food Bank, will host a pop-up food distribution event on Wednesday beginning at 4:30 p.m. and lasting until 125 boxes are gone.
For $22, families can get a share of food equivalent to $200 worth of groceries, with a variety of products like meat, fresh produce, cereal, snacks and baked goods, through Ruby's Pantry.
In today's "Home with the Lost Italian" food column, Sarah Nasello shares a recipe for her Festive Onion and Olive Cream Cheese Dip that's quick and easy to prepare.

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This week, Forum columnist Tammy Swift writes about her experience making Melting Snowmen Cake Pops.
You want to give a gift to the "Ted Lasso" superfan on your list, but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg? Baking a batch of Ted Lasso cookies (AKA "Biscuits with the Boss") cost just $3, and here's the super simple recipe.
Delight any guests you may have during the holiday season, whether they're stopping by for an hour or several days
The legumes can add nutritional value to curries, salads and quiches.
In today's "Home with the Lost Italian," Sarah Nasello shares her tip for opening a pomegranate and putting it to good use in a delicious, nutritious salad.
After swerving to miss a fully roasted turkey along the interstate on Thanksgiving day, columnist Tammy Swift asks: How did Tom Turkey get there? Who can even afford to throw away a turkey, what with food prices these days? And who would go through the trouble of stuffing, basting and roasting a turkey — only to fling it so callously out the window?

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In today's "Home with the Lost Italian," Sarah Nasello shares a recipe for a special holiday treat that came from a client's grandmother.
Area chefs sharpen their knives against haters of the bird and say they "can't imagine doing Thanksgiving without a turkey."
In today's "Home with the Lost Italian," Sarah Nasello shares her family's top picks from the year, including a homemade pie crust recipe that could come in handy this holiday season.

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