Four apartments were evacuated after residents noticed an odor smelling like battery acid at the Casa del Rey Apartments in Colorado Springs.
Hazmat was called in to investigate what residents speculated could be a meth lab, but it was determined that the odor came from some cooking pots that... more »
Queen of comfort cuisine Paula Deen confirmed to NBC's Al Roker Tuesday that she has type-2 diabetes.
In her first broadcast interview discussing the disease, Deen said she intentionally kept the diagnosis secret after discovering she had it during a routine physical three years ago. "I came home, I... more »
The Fort Carson Culinary Arts Team is preparing to compete in the annual Army-wide culinary competition to be held at Fort Lee, Va., later in this month.
The soldiers will strut their stuff Thursday at noon at the Warhorse Dining Facility on post as they demonstrate cooking techniques and... more »
Pueblo residents have a way to get rid of that used cooking oil after Thanksgiving, without causing problems to their sewer drains. Just recycle it.
City and county residents can drop off their used cooking oil, including fats, oils and grease (vegetable and animal) at no cost from November... more »
There was a time that ships sailed exploring new lands to bring back spices. Nowadays spice exploration happens in the kitchens of foodies.
There are a growing number of specialty stores helping with tastes you may not find on the shelf of a typical grocery store. It helps that... more »
"The single easiest and best thing most of us can do to prevent cancer or its recurrence is to eat right," says Jennifer Reilly, R.D., a senior nutritionist for The Cancer Project. "More than a third of all cancer deaths in this country are due to poor diet."
The... more »