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Rejoice in the possibilities of oatmeal

January is oatmeal month and while many of us may be turned off by the bland color and pasty consistency of it in our cereal bowl, we compel ourselves to eat it because we know how good it is for us.

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Get yourself a small slice of sunshine

Those darling clementine’s are at their peak right now so stop by the supermarket and treat yourself to something extra sweet.

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Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? They are good wit Brussels sprouts

We’ve all heard the expression living on a diet of bread and water.

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Be careful: Cranberries roll off the tongue

For most of us, cranberry sauce is a requisite part of our holiday feasts.

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Apples should never be considered forbidden

Apples have long been thought of as the forbidden fruit, which led Adam and Eve astray even though there is no specific mention of apples growing in the Garden of Eden.

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Take it all with a grain of salt

lt is born of the purest parents, the sun and the sea; so says Pythagoras.

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There's a lot to love about chocolate

Remember when your parents told you that eating chocolate would give you cavities? Well, they were wrong.

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An artichoke by any other name ...

When is an artichoke not an artichoke?

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What do you like on your pizza?

October is pizza month and, according to the American Dairy Association, it’s one of the foods we crave the most.

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Take advantage of the zucchini population

There’s no escaping it.

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Which food is the fairest of all?

heck out the Mohave County Fair and find out.

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Coffee: Enjoying life one sip at a time

If you like your coffee in the morning (or any other time of the day), thank a goat.

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Spices: Saffron is most expensive, taking thyme to explore worthwhile

Parsley, sage, rosemary and saffron are perhaps not quite as poetic as the Simon and Garfunkel version, but saffron does have the distinction of being the most expensive spice in the world so it should be worthy of a song.

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Spice wars led to the 'spice of life'

We have all heard the phrase “the spice of life,” but there is far more to those spices than meets the nose.

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An Ode to Honey: Positively Sweet

Pythagoras called it a food for the gods; that amber hued liquid we call honey.