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    Do you have a tendency to graze all day rather than eat real meals, perhaps mindlessly? Does it seem like you go from perfectly fine to hangry — hungry and angry — in the blink of an eye? Do you get wrapped up in a project, a book, or several episodes of your favorite streaming show, only to emerge on the other side ready to eat whatever isn’t nailed down, maybe feeling a little out-of-control in the process? You might benefit from using a hunger scale.

      As a French trained chef, Indian cooking had been out of my comfort zone. Recently, my friend Laurie Burrows Grad sent me her favorite quick chicken curry recipe for me to try. First, I wanted to make the curry powder from scratch, as my esteemed colleague, the late Raghavan Iyer, recommended in his latest book,“ On the Curry Trail.” If you are interested in curry and how it is...

      I am always here for a spinach-artichoke moment. Whether it’s a riff on the classic party dip in the form of pasta, baked chicken or grilled cheese, I’ll happily oblige. Knowing this, then, you won’t be surprised to learn I have a spinach-artichoke-dip-inspired salad in my newest cookbook, “Salad Seasons.”

      Nothing screams springtime quite like a bright, celebratory brunch punctuated with lemon, and this stuffed French toast is just that. Fluffy, custard-like slices of brioche or challah get filled with creamy ricotta cheese flavored with fresh lemon juice and zest, and then get toasted in butter until golden-brown. It’ s the classic French toast you know and love,...

      If your goal is weight loss, listen to what the World Health Organization has to say: "Non-sugar sweeteners should not be used as a means of achieving weight control or reducing the risk of noncommunicable diseases" Veuer’s Maria Mercedes Galuppo has the story.


      Farmers Markets are a wonderful place. The freshest fruits and veggies, homemade cheeses, delicious apple cider and the chance to actually see who makes our food and thank them is not just a good time, but a necessity.

      In celebration of Asian-American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Queens Congresswoman Grace Meng has introduced federal legislation that would promote teaching AAPI history in schools. CBS2's Lisa Rozner takes us inside one classroom, where it's already happening.

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