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A&E >  Food

Water Cooler: Lentils a nutritious summer staple

UPDATED: Thu., June 17, 2021

Looking for something light, cheap and nutritionally dense to eat all summer? Look no further than the lentil. This versatile legume can be used in a variety of cold salads for an easy and nutritious summer staple.

A&E >  Cooking

For better toast, ditch the toaster and instead fry it

Toast is not a new invention. It has been a popular method for prolonging the life of bread as far back as Roman times. It was first placed directly on fires and scorched. “Toast” comes from “tostum” in Latin “to burn or scorch.” 
A&E >  Cooking

Water Cooler: Decadent pastrami at home

UPDATED: Wed., June 2, 2021

Pastrami is the cured king of the delicatessen with its perfect tenderness and distinct blend of peppery, smoky and tangy flavor that can only be created through a long brining process.
A&E >  Cooking

Water Cooler: Impress Mom with pancakes from scratch

UPDATED: Wed., May 5, 2021

Are you planning to surprise someone with breakfast in bed this Mother’s Day weekend? Although most any mom will appreciate your efforts no matter what, one way to impress is to present her with perfectly fluffy and rich pancakes.