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Quick Fix for 2 columnist Linda Gassenheimer shares a recipe for a classic French dish.

This is a simple yet winning way to showcase the sweetness of scallions. A relatively small amount of butter helps create the creamy sauce.

The resolutions we made so recently are withering and dying away. Have no fear. We are here to help with an assortment of recipes that taste good and are good for you.

If gluten is a problem in your life, you have a new option. Pizza Hut has added a new line of gluten-free pizza.

Broiled salmon is one of the all-time great weeknight meals – the effort-to-deliciousness ratio really can’t be beat.

Charlotte-based Lenny Boy Breweing Co. and Cabarrus Homebrewers Society partner to create organic beer using locally grown ingredients

10 ways to jazz up guacamole, plus recipes for Boneless Barbecue Bites, kale-stuffed mushrooms and Buffalo Chicken Soup.

These snacks are vegan, require no baking, and come together quickly in the food processor. Best of all, they taste like carrot cake.

World, rocked? Check: Feb. 2 will mark the debut of Red Velvet Oreos, the newest limited-edition in the Oreos line that now includes orange filling for Halloween.

Scent your kitchen with the welcoming smell of homemade soup that won’t break your calorie bank.

Eat haggis, hear bagpipes: Robert Burns Dinner, 6 p.m. Sunday, Charlotte Museum of History. $30 ($25 for members); registration required. www.charlottemuseum.org.

Q: I found a chocolate-cookie recipe that called for “non-dutch” cocoa, like Hershey’s. The recipe also calls for baking soda. Could I make it with Dutch-processed cocoa? I don’t find cocoas like Hershey’s to be all that chocolatey.

In some circles, “Cream of” soup is the worst thing you can say about a dish. Opening a can of Cream of Mushroom or Cream of Chicken is a shortcut that’s loaded with sodium and artificial ingredients, the very definition of glop.

Chicken of the Sea canned tuna sold at Publix stores in four states, including North Carolina, is part of a recall by Tri-Union Seafoods.

All of Charlotte’s Chipotle locations are out of pork Wednesday as the restaurant chain deals with a companywide shortage.

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