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Important BBQ Safety Tips For The Holiday Weekend Important BBQ Safety Tips For The Holiday Weekend
If you are getting ready to barbecue this Memorial Day weekend, Inside Edition has important advice to help you grill safely, thanks to Chef Lisa Beels. "Let's start by washing our hands," says Chef Beels. Beels says it's the top safety tip for cooking at your holiday barbecue. Dirty hands can spread foodborne illness to your guests. It's important to pre-heat your grill on high for 10 minutes. The heat kills any germs left over from your last barbecue. Then, brush the grill vigorously.
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Here's Simple Ways to Slash Calories in Brownies, Ribs and Cinnamon Buns Here's Simple Ways to Slash Calories in Brownies, Ribs and Cinnamon Buns
Cinnamon buns, barbeque ribs and chicken parmigiana all pack on the pounds. However, nutritionist Joy Bauer says you can have your brownies and eat them too in her latest book, From Junk Food To Joy Food, where she slashes calories in some of your favorite comfort foods. Calories in cinnamon buns are typically over 800 but making pancakes instead with the same flavors are just 150 calories.
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Rocco DiSpirito Shows You How To Cook a 350 Calorie Thanksgiving Feast Rocco DiSpirito Shows You How To Cook a 350 Calorie Thanksgiving Feast
The holidays are in, which usually means healthy eating is out - at least until January 1. But that doesn't have to be the case. Even during a traditionally calorie dense holiday like Thanksgiving, celebrity chef and 'Restaurant Divided' host Rocco DiSpirito demonstrates that eating light is always in season. Take his Thanksgiving turkey, for example. DiSpirito says the best way to cut down on calories in your bird is to choose the piece you like most and poach it rather than roast it.
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Cheap Fish That Can Make You Sick Is Being Served in Some Sushi Restaurants Cheap Fish That Can Make You Sick Is Being Served in Some Sushi Restaurants
INSIDE EDITION ordered sushi and visited 25 sushi restaurants in New York City and Los Angeles, to see if you are really getting the fish you paid for and not a cheaper substitute. The sushi was shipped it off to a lab for DNA testing and 68% of the samples turned out to be a different fish. In New York City, every time we ordered white tuna, we got escolar. It's sometimes referred to as the 'Ex-Lax Fish' because it can be hard to digest and cause intestinal problems.
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How You Should Cook Processed Meats to Reduce Harmful Effects How You Should Cook Processed Meats to Reduce Harmful Effects
Processed meat lovers left in the lurch by the bombshell survey saying hot dogs and bacon cause cancer can take heart. There are ways to reduce the risk, and it all comes down to the way you cook the foods, an expert tells INSIDE EDITION. Dietician Amy Shapiro says keeping red meats and processed meats away from an open flame is a better way to cook them. Burning and charring releases the highest amount of carcinogens, she said.
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Experts Warn Against the Choking Hazards of Hot Dogs This July 4 Experts Warn Against the Choking Hazards of Hot Dogs This July 4
Did you know that eating a hot dog can also be a hazard? In 2013, 28-year-old Maureen Oleskiewicz was watching a Chicago Cubs baseball game when she choked on a hot dog and passed out. She died a few days later when she was removed from life support. Experts say eating hot dogs can be even more dangerous for children. "Hotdogs are the number one cause of food choking in children under three," ABC News chief medical correspondent Richard Besser told INSIDE EDITION.
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95-Year-Old Breaks World Running Record 95-Year-Old Breaks World Running Record
Charles Eugster is proving age is just a number. The 95-year-old retired dentist turned runner and physical fitness guru just set a new world record for the 200-meter indoor race within his age group. The Brit ran 2.4 seconds faster than the previous record set by Orville Rogers from Dallas, Texas, in 2013. One would think that he has been running his whole life but he only began running at 87 and was hooked on exercising.
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How To Lose 10 Pounds In 2 Weeks On The Greek Diet How To Lose 10 Pounds In 2 Weeks On The Greek Diet
INSIDE EDITION has details on The Greek Diet which allows you to eat delicious food and still lose weight.
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How To Get Secret Menus At Fast Food Joints How To Get Secret Menus At Fast Food Joints
Tired of the same fast food menu? INSIDE EDITION uncovered the secret menus that you can get if you know what to ask for.
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Secrets to the Perfect Burger Secrets to the Perfect Burger
Hamburger enthusiast George Motz shows INSIDE EDITION's April Woodard how to make the best summertime burger. First tip: Stay indoors!
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How to Make Mouth-Watering Memorial Day Burgers How to Make Mouth-Watering Memorial Day Burgers
INSIDE EDITION took a trip to the famed Delmonico's Steak House in New York City to learn how to cook a mouth-watering Memorial Day burger and do it safely.
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Oprah's Chai Tea Taste Test Oprah's Chai Tea Taste Test
Oprah's Chai Tea just went on sale at Starbucks, so INSIDE EDITION's Megan Alexander hits the streets of New York to give tea drinkers a taste test.
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How To Make A Decadent and Healthy Dessert How To Make A Decadent and Healthy Dessert
Zac Young of Top Chef :Just Desserts weighs in on the White House pastry chef quitting and reveals ways to make a healthy, but decadent dessert.
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Magnolia Bakery Strikes Balance Between Sweet and Smart Magnolia Bakery Strikes Balance Between Sweet and Smart
After news broke of the White House pastry chef quitting, INSIDE EDITION talked to Magnolia Bakery's Sara Gramling about the balance of indulging in desserts and trying to eat healthy.
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Quick Tip

Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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