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Chinese New Year with Grandma Ruby

Grandma Ruby Tom and her grandkids Katherine, Marat, and Sean ring in the Year of the Rabbit Chinese New Year celebrations start on ...

CHOW Tip: How to Roast Tofu

Chef and author Bryant Terry and CHOW 13 honoree roasts tofu according to a very simple recipe. He adds paprika, but it can be seasoned ...

Cooking with Grandma Gigi

With 8-year-old Olivias assistance, Gloria Smith Gigi to her granddaughter prepares a dish she calls Plantation Casserole.

Star of the Show: California Grapes

A new video series, starring five of the most recognized registered dietitians in the country, debuts with 15 new regionally inspired ...

Kate Hudson Shares Workout Tips With Shape Mag!

We've seen new Hollywood moms drop the baby weight fast, but Kate Hudson is proving she can keep it off The mother of two covers the ...

Lamar Odom Sober And Back On Track!

It seems like things are starting to look up for Lamar Odom A source tells E that the 33-year-old has been sober for one week and is ...

CHOW Tip: How to Make a Salad

Iceberg lettuce, baby carrots, waxy cucumbers, and tasteless cherry tomatoes are for the fast-food salad bar. CHOW Senior Editor Lessley ...

Skin-saving Tips for Fall

How to get glowing skin like your favorite red carpet celebs Dr. Josh Zeichner offers up some simple tips for healthy, beautiful skin.

CHOW Tip: Make Lemonade with Whole Lemons

Tess Masters, who also goes by The Blender Girl, is a blogger who specializes in vegan and vegetarian blender recipes. When making lemonade ...

Miranda Kerr's Must Have Blender

Miranda Kerr is a big fan of green smoothies and we've got the details on how she makes them.

Trisha Yearwood on good food and good music

Country music superstar Trisha Yearwood talks to CBS News' Jeff Glor about changing her attitude towards food, starting a cooking show, and ...

Carotenoids can protect against breast cancer: study

Research shows that certain nutrients in fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of breast cancer. Dr. Holly Phillips explains.