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  • FOOD

    Congress takes up food-labeling fight

    The federal government and a number of states are on a collision course over labels for genetically engineered food.

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    Muffuletta: Engineering a sandwich

    My robot is old school: Wind him up and he lurches across the desk, orange tin arms swinging, red tin boots shuffling, black tin eyes deep in concentration. And though he makes excellent company, I'm glad I didn't invite him to the robotics competition. Frankly, things have changed.

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    The incredible, edible poached egg

    Forget the chicken versus egg debate. The real question is: Why do we limit the poached egg's potential to eggs Benedict or its siblings Florentine, Mornay and Oscar?

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    Session IPAs offer flavorful, low-alcohol brews

    There's a reason that session India pale ales have names like DayTime, Go To, All Day and Easy Jack - they're meant to be had early (say, lunch) and often (a couple won't derail your day) thanks to a combination of intense hop flavor crossed with low amounts of alcohol.

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    Put to the test: 3 gadgets designed to get the perfect egg

    For every person who says it's a cinch to poach an egg well, there are dozens of people who haven't been able to do it at all and dozens more who use a gadget to pull it off, from old-school metal cups set in a pan to microwave numbers.

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    Spring and summer come together

    Oregano and peas seem like a bad match. The musty, pungent herb and the fresh, bright legume would seem to fight. Maybe this hunch stems as well from their divergent seasons, the spring of the peas, the summer of oregano.

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    Beyond sauvignon blancs in New Zealand

    I have heard that the best therapy begins when you say the first thing to come to mind. Because our cups are due a cure for the blahs, let's have a go.

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    Recipe Finder: Polish sausage and sauerkraut

    Fran Klees from Dowagiac, Mich., was looking for a recipe for Polish sauerkraut and sausage that contains vinegar and sugar as well as other traditional seasonings and is made in a slow cooker.

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    The Edgy Veggie: Eggless 'Egg Salad'

    This must be the egg industry's favorite time of the year. Eggs, though, aren't all they're cracked up to be for cholesterol avoiders, allergic folk (eggs are among the top eight food allergens) and vegans. Plant-powered egg alternatives mean we still get a place at your table.

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    This coconut cake makeover results in nostalgia, updated

    With spring in the air, coconut cake seemed like the perfect recipe to offer readers. But which cake?

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