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Award-winning Philadelphia restaurant settles lawsuit

A high-end Israeli restaurant in Philadelphia has settled a class-action lawsuit filed by a former server who claimed she was forced to hand over her tips to other workers

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Carthage 12-year-old enjoys making all dishes for a meal
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Carthage 12-year-old enjoys making all dishes for a meal

Sage Wilde doesn't want to make just one dish for a meal. "If we're going to have spaghetti, I want spaghetti, salad and garlic bread – the whole meal deal," she said.

Rose wine gives chicken breasts flavor of Provence
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Rose wine gives chicken breasts flavor of Provence

Rose wine gives chicken breasts flavor of Provence

COOKING ON DEADLINE: Deviled Burgers
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COOKING ON DEADLINE: Deviled Burgers

COOKING ON DEADLINE: Deviled Burgers

KitchenWise: Crispy Shrimp Tacos are baked, not fried
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KitchenWise: Crispy Shrimp Tacos are baked, not fried

KitchenWise: Crispy Shrimp Tacos with Cole Slaw and Chipotle Cream are baked, not fried. The filling includes coleslaw, grilled shrimp and chipotle cream, or you can use any fillings you want.

Add 'crumb' to a peace pie and pump up the excitement level
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Add 'crumb' to a peace pie and pump up the excitement level

Classic peach pies rank high among top summer treats, but in general, the best way to make someone even more excited about a fruit pie is to add the word "crumb" to the name

A tenderloin gets an assist from dark brown sugar, paprika
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A tenderloin gets an assist from dark brown sugar, paprika

I love coating pork tenderloin with my simple "crusty" barbecue rub of dark brown sugar, salt, pepper and paprika

Take advantage of the tomato deluge now and make lunch
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Take advantage of the tomato deluge now and make lunch

Today's recipe "Creamy" Tomato Soup takes advantage of the roma tomato deluge and makes lunch.

COOKING ON DEADLINE: Green Goddess Dressing and Dip
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COOKING ON DEADLINE: Green Goddess Dressing and Dip

COOKING ON DEADLINE: Green Goddess Dressing and Dip

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Group: Trump official's fish ruling could harm conservation

Interstate fishing managers say a row with an appointee of President Donald Trump's administration over the regulation of flounder fishing off New Jersey jeopardizes conservation of marine species all along the East Coast

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