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Deadly Wildfires Hit California’s Wine Country Leaving Thousands Displaced — Food News

This week in California, fires have devastated the northern part of the state, including wine country. As of Tuesday night, 15 deaths were reported, and the two biggest blazes have burned nearly 115,000 acres of land. At least 1,500 homes, businesses, wineries, resorts, and other structures have been destroyed and almost 20,000 people have had to evacuate, leaving behind homes and schools, land, and belongings. Most of the fatalities come from Sonoma County.

Right now thousands of firefighters all over the state continue to battle the firestorm. Vice President Mike Pence said President Trump has approved a major disaster declaration for the state of California due to these fires.

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Costco Sells Tuna Poke Bowls & They’re Awesome — Not Sad Desk Lunch

Raise your hand if every day for lunch you prepare a homemade, Instagram-ready meal featuring seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms. Or maybe you sit down to a dazzling Michelin-star spectacle of culinary genius. Perhaps, on any given Tuesday, you tuck into a gorgeous bowl of glistening sashimi caught by Hawaiian fishermen, with your feet in the sand and the South Pacific sun overhead.

Doesn't sound like you? No, me neither.

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How To Make Classic Chicken Alfredo Pasta: The Easiest, Simplest Method — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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Chicken Alfredo pasta was my favorite "fancy" restaurant order as a kid — luxe sauce clinging to fettuccini topped with crispy chicken. It was about as close to macaroni and cheese and chicken fingers as a 6-year-old could get at any good Italian-American restaurant. Perhaps this is why most takeout Alfredo falls short for me — it's too entwined in my own culinary memories. Or it could just be that the rich sauce gets too cold and clumpy while waiting for delivery.

Hellbent on enjoying my childhood favorite from the comfort of my own couch, I set out to recreate the Alfredo of my memory (and I bet yours too — whether it was eaten at your family's favorite Italian-American restaurant or your local Olive Garden). We've eschewed the authentic "no cream" Alfredo for a reliable take on this classic that's just as creamy, garlic-rich, and fun to slurp up as you remember.

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5 Quick Tips for Choosing Winter Squash — Ingredient Intelligence

The arrival of winter squash, in all of its many shapes, sizes, and colors, signals not only a change of seasons, but also a desire for heartier food. Since winter squash is consistently on our shopping lists these days, it's useful to know just exactly what to look for at the farmers market or grocery store to ensure we buy the best butternut or acorn or spaghetti squash possible. Here are five tips to always keep in mind.

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All Your Questions About Painting Kitchen Cabinets, Answered — Paint Project

Painting kitchen cabinets is a big job (even if you have a tiny kitchen!), so it makes sense that you'd have a lot of questions about the process. Here, we attempt to answer your biggest, most pressing questions.

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3 Reasons to Go Gluten-Free — Gluten-Free Eating

Gluten is everywhere. It's in all the obvious places — like bread, pasta, and cupcakes — and it's the key to giving bread its chewiness and cupcakes their airy crumb. But this wheat protein even sneaks into unexpected places like canned soup, salad dressings, and oatmeal. And for most people, this is no big deal.

So why are so many people giving it up? Here's a quick rundown of why some people are eliminating gluten from their diet.

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