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Are you ‘scrapping’? Tasty ways to use leftover food and save money

NBC senior business correspondent Stephanie Ruhle is trying to teach her family to about food waste and conservation so she did something that might seem a bit unusual to the initiated — she started cooking with food scraps. “Scrapping,” or using the stuff we normally throw out, from the tops of carrots to onion skins and even chicken carcasses is having a moment as more people turn their focus toward ways to help conserve and eliminate food waste.

“It’s always driven me nuts that we throw out so much waste, and that we don’t find a way to repurpose leftovers,”

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Six of the best BBQ recipes to make this Bank Holiday weekend

Barbecuing is a primal technique for cooking food: there is often nothing simpler. You don’t always need fancy gadgets – just food and fire. By cooking directly in the embers of a fire (such as the ribeye roast below), you take the simplest of foods and turn them into something special. You only need quality lumpwood charcoal or the embers of a hardwood or fruitwood fire. You can then simply place the food straight in the embers… That’s it.

Cooking in a cast-iron pan is another wonderful way to cook. You can get cast iron screaming hot, and it holds

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Cooking hub Epicurious faces backlash for boycotting beef in the name of climate conservation

Conde Nast food publication Epicurious announced it’s ditching all beef-related content as a pro-planet effort to promote sustainability and the movement is gaining some serious backlash from critics.

The Wall Street Journal released an editorial Wednesday criticizing the magazine’s decision to axe the bovine content and argued it will not solve climate change.

“Virtue signaling over red meat won’t make a difference on climate change,” the Journal editorial board writes. “The editors concede as

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“It’s Just Beyond My Wildest Dreams”

In Oprah Daily’s series, My Creative Space, newsmakers, celebrities, and other notable names reveal the place where they feel most inspired, open up about their prized possessions, and share a few things they can’t work without.

For nearly 15 years, Ina Garten has had the same commute to work: She walks out the door of her shingle-style home in East Hampton, NY, pads across the lush lawn, and enters the barn—a lofty, sunlit structure, where she develops her simple yet sophisticated recipes, and films her Food Network cooking show, Barefoot Contessa.

Photo credit: Hearst Owned

Photo credit: Hearst Owned

Every Monday, Jeffrey

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Food Is Not a Prop for Senator Jessica Ramos. It’s a Platform.

Last spring, when long lines at food pantries first began to form in Queens — where the coronavirus struck harder than almost anywhere else in the country — Jessica Ramos, a New York state senator, knew whom to call to feed her neighbors.

It wasn’t the thousands of family-run restaurants that define her district, whose biryani and enchiladas she so proudly promotes on Twitter, or even its street vendors, whose right to work she often steps in to defend. It wasn’t even the hospitality unions she worked for in her 20s.

It was Maureen Torrey, a farmer in

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