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Charles Hopkins

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You've read your recipe. Now it's time to go shopping for all the ingredients to create your culinary masterpiece.

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Did you know that the turkey you thawed on the kitchen counter, instead of in the fridge, could now contain bacteria levels high enough to harm human life, even though you cant see, smell, or taste it?

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Cilantro's Long History

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Food & Drink |

Have you ever wondered why one cookbook calls for cilantro in there salsa recipe while another one calls for coriander.

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The kitchen is the perfect place for making memories. When you spend time baking, cooking and enjoying meals with your family, you create happy memories you and your children will cherish forever.

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A basic kitchen needs a selection of pots and pans, some basic gadgets, and a collection of common spices and condiments.

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Have you ever found yourself wondering how you can give a new lift to old favorites? Or worrying over how you can tempt those picky eaters?

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Summer Grilling

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Food & Drink |

Summer and grilling. What could be better? You throw the burgers on the grill ... wait - the kids want hot dogs. And Jimmy (not his real name) wants chicken.

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Brain Shrinkage During Pregnancy

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Women |

A 1997 British study conducted by researchers at the Royal Postgraduate Medical School found that a woman's brain shrinks during pregnancy.

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Would You Use a Nanny Cam?

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Parenting |

Youre a working mum with two children and have hired a nanny to help out.

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Organically Grown Foods

By Charles Hopkins | Published 04/25/2006 | Food & Drink |

The food we eat should be tasty, nutritious and healthy. The way it is grown should help, not harm our environment.

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