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Juicing lets you drink the rainbow of fruits and vegetables

A few years back, juicing was associated with people on strict raw food diets. But it has spilled into the mainstream, thanks in part to documentaries such as “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead,” kale-sipping celebrities such as Gwyneth Paltrow and Salma Hayek, and new books filled with recipes you can make at home.

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In a jam? Think outside the Peanut Butter & Jelly sandwich

Preserves provide tons of flavor in meat dishes, sandwich spreads and dips. The jam and jelly market has exploded with unusual flavors and combinations in recent years. Some of them — such as Bathtub Gin’s cocktail-inspired creations — are particularly suited for spooning into sauces for savory meats or over cheeses.

Paris, the city of food, still delights

During a recent vacation in Paris, The Star’s Steve Paul sought out a handful of relatively new restaurants, each of which delivered its own highly original brand of cooking in unstuffy and inventive ways.

Paris, the city of food, still delights

During a recent vacation in Paris, The Star’s Steve Paul sought out a handful of relatively new restaurants, each of which delivered its own highly original brand of cooking in unstuffy and inventive ways.

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