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By David Hu A new video for Video Friday As the weather gets colder, think roasted vegetables. They’re easy to make and give you that warm, wintery feeling. For today’s video demo, we’re making Spice Roasted Cauliflower, a recipe from Lori Powell, our cooking for one or two blogger. For this recipe, I like to […]

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By David Hu A new video for Video Friday This is the time of year when it’s good to have some simple appetizer recipes at the ready. Cooler weather and shorter days inspire us to more home entertaining, and from Thanksgiving to the New Year, most of us will host at least one get-together to […]

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By David Hu A new video for Video Friday I admit I don’t like dark, leafy green veggies. So when I learned from Katie Barreira, former Special Fork cooking newbie blogger, about kale chips, I was sold! What wouldn’t taste good turned into a chip? Great taste, good nutrition and easy to boot. It’s a […]

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By David Hu A new video for Video Friday I find weekday breakfast to be the trickiest of all meals. I always go through this little calculation in my head: Is a good breakfast ≥ loss of sleep to prepare said breakfast? Usually the answer is a resounding “no,” so a well-stocked pantry of breakfast […]

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I’m always trying to eat more veggies but most of the time they’re really an afterthought. There are only so many times you can steam or sauté vegetables before they get boring. Today’s recipe is a carrot salad which can be enjoyed year-round because carrots are always available in the market. This dish has a […]

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Most people think of coleslaw for summertime, but it’s an excellent salad year-round, since cabbage is one of the few vegetables in season during fall and winter. Cabbage is a highly nutritious vegetable and it makes a hardy and delicious salad. California raisins add color contrast and tangy-sweet flavor. This side dish should take no […]

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All this week, we have been re-introducing our bloggers by re-posting their very first post for Special Fork. On Monday we’ll be back blogging with more cooking insights, helpful tips and delicious recipes that take no more than 30 minutes of prep time, all to solve your daily dinnertime dilemma: what to cook now! Today […]

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Summertime is in full swing and that can mean only one thing: BBQ time! I love throwing hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill and this easy recipe for pickled Vidalia onions is going to punch up the flavors for grill season. Vidalia onions are a variety of sweet onion grown in South Georgia from […]

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