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Dress up your Thanksgiving meal with these 4 simple recipes

Thanksgiving is the Jan Brady of holidays.

You remember “The Brady Bunch,” don’t you? “Here’s the story…of a lovely lady” and all that?

The show featured one of the first blended families on television. Mike, Carol, their housekeeper Alice, and their six children all lived happily under one big mid-century modern roof.

Almost every plot involved the kids in one way or another. There was the time that Mike and Carol thought Greg was smoking and another where Marsha was cast as Juliet in a school production of “Romeo & Juliet.” Bobby played pool and Peter imitated Humphrey Bogart. It

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4 of Ina Garten’s Ridiculously Simple Appetizers to Add to Any Thanksgiving Menu

Don’t skip Thanksgiving appetizers with these simple starters from Ina Garten. The Barefoot Contessa has a variety of bite-sized dishes, from dips to toast, that require little or no cooking at all.

1. Tomatoes and Burrata is a 7-ingredient Ina Garten Thanksgiving appetizer

Savannah Guthrie, Ina Garten, and Hoda Kotb | Nathan Congleton/NBC via Getty Images

This might not be what one might expect to see among a table of Thanksgiving dinner appetizers but that’s, in part, what makes it a great addition. Tomatoes and Burrata is typically a no-cook summertime dish for Garten. Although it’s just as easy and

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Ask the Experts: Stick to your healthy diet and your budget by following these simple tips

Regional One Health’s clinical nutrition team helps patients improve their diet through small, realistic changes that add up to big improvements.

It’s possible to make those changes even if you’re on a tight budget. Some of their tips include cooking at home, buying healthy ingredients in bulk and keeping portion sizes reasonable.

Eating healthy can feel challenging if you’re on a strict budget – but according to our clinical nutrition team, there are ways to improve your diet that are also good for your bank account.

Regional One Health’s dietitians are sharing tips from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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10 Summer Grilling Ideas: Simple Steps to Delicious (and Faster) Meals

Fire is a mighty ingredient all on its own, adding an alluring smokiness to meat, seafood, cheese and vegetables. So skip the marinade: Grill your ingredients with only oil and salt, and over unrelenting direct heat for a crisp char. Then season them hot off the grill. This style of cooking takes little time and less planning — and can simplify and shake up dinnertime.

For a good time grilling, heed these tips:

Prep your ingredients, and get the grill super hot. Choose something slender and sturdy (like asparagus or scallions) or lean and marbled (like skirt steak or shrimp)

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Simple, healthy tomato appetizer recipes

Whenever I am tasked with cooking a fancy meal, I always check for tomatoes in the fridge because a tomato with a bit of touch up can never go wrong as an appetizer. These tomato dishes (or plates) are super simple and healthy yet fancy to make for any formal or informal event, including a romantic dinner or a quick hearty snack. The pop and contrast of color between the red tomatoes, green basil leaves and white almonds or mozzarella cheese gives a holiday aesthetic and makes it perfect for the camera. Each of these directions makes four servings, but

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