Thursday, July 9, 2020
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Home food preservation is expected to be very popular this year, as many people have taken on new hobbies to pass time while staying home during quarantine. 

Stocks and broths are used to make sauces, soups, stews and more. They are similar, but not the same. Knowing the differences can improve your cooking.

Learn how to determine the safest preservation method for premade soups based on their ingredients.

In a recent study, scientists identified, for the first time in fermented cucumbers, four peptides known to have anti-hypertensive properties.

Preparing starter meals at home can save you both time and money. Learn how to make more home-cooked meals with less hassle during your busy work week.

Six young participants came accompanied by a parent and left having learned a new kitchen skill and how to prepare a simple recipe.

Get the latest news on beef recalls and learn the best practices for handling ground beef and cooking hamburgers to avoid foodborne illness on Memorial Day.

While some people prefer soft-boiled eggs over hard-boiled eggs, from a food safety standpoint, it is safer to use hard-boiled eggs for dyeing Easter eggs.

Penn State Extension is offering a cooking class, Mediterranean Cuisine Comes to You, once a week beginning May 2 and ending May 30 from 6-8 p.m.

Kitchen scrap gardening is a way to recycle and reuse while experimenting with leftover plant parts.
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