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World Chefs: Mark Bitterman on cooking on salt blocks

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Pink Himalayan salt blocks don't come from the Himalayas and won't stay pink after they are put to their best use, grilling. Full story

Bon Appetit magazine Editor in Chief : Get outside and grill

  Author of “The Grilling Book,” Adam Rapoport joins MSNBC’s now to discuss one of America’s favorite past times.

Cooks recount horror of Indian school lunch deaths

Soon after they served the lunch they had prepared for dozens of children at a rural Indian school, the two cooks realized something was very wrong. The students started fainting. Within hours, they began dying. Full story

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The Hard-Boiled Truth About Cooking the Perfect Egg

World chefs: Alain Ducasse on technology, terroir and tippling

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  Impress the in-laws with a healthy kebab meal

Robin Miller shares recipes from her new book, “The Newlywed Cookbook,” that will impress your in-laws when they come to visit, including marinated steak kebabs and rice, corn, and green chile timbales.

  Resolving common arguments among couples

Matchmaker Lori Zaslow and relationship expert Jeff Gardere discuss how couples can plan ahead to help avoid financial problems and communicate openly about chores.

  Sandra Lee talks first novel ‘Recipe Box’

Sandra Lee is best-known for her four successful cooking shows on The Food Network, but now the queen of all things semi-homemade is donning a writer’s cap for her debut novel “The Recipe Box.” She talks to TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie about the summer beach read.

  Man Eats Family Pet

Florida man accused of killing and cooking family dog.

  Fla. Man accused of strangling, cooking family dog

Cops in Tampa say a mother dialed police after coming home to find parts of her family’s dog cooking in a pot on the stove. According to reports, her son admitted to strangling the pet, named Bandit, and butchering him for a rib dinner. WFA’s Natalie Shepherd reports.

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