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Barbecue grill safety, outdoor cooking precautions

by U.S. Army Installation Management Command

According to the Barbecue Industry Association, 66 million Americans cook outdoors regularly, and a number of them are treated in emergency rooms for injuries related to charcoal, propane and wood-burning grills. Outdoor cooking injuries can be avoided by observing the following safety precautions.

August 13, 2015 ×


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Healthy grilling

by Giovanna Reyes-Alexander Public Health Command Region-Europe

The smell of barbecue continues to linger through the air during the summer months. Before you fire up the grill this year, consider what options you might have to make it a healthy, as well as satisfying fun experience.

August 13, 2015 ×

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Kaiserslautern High School culinary team prepping for nationals, raising trip funds

by Ikea Simmonds Kaiserslautern High School

Slicing through last month’s competition in Europe has earned the Kaiserslautern High School culinary team a spot at the national competition April 18 to 20 in Anaheim, California.

April 9, 2015 ×


Slow Cooking Spring Sweets

Slow Cooking Spring Sweets

by Dr. Krystal White Contributing writer

Some things get put into a category and never break free. Think of a TV actor who can’t make the shift into film once his series ends, a romance potential kept in the friend zone, a wardrobe item you only wear after the guests leave and you’re going to spend eight hours on the couch with your Apple TV. Yes, it’s easy to keep things in their usual status quo. The Crock-Pot is easily typecast as a winter kitchen appliance, mainly unearthed from storage to slowly marinate stews, chili and heavy meats.

April 2, 2015 ×


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It’s a SNAP! Healthy recipes kids can make

by Dr. Krystal White
Contributing writer

Like so many other areas of parenthood (think after school appointments, summer break, television, school projects), feeding children is a love/hate relationship.

April 17, 2014 ×


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Cooking up Flammkuchen with USO

by Cori Bolger Shirk
Contributing writer

With an emphasis on meat and potatoes, German cooking isn’t as exotic as other ethnic foods, but it is hearty and appeals to the American palate.

November 28, 2013 ×