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Colors of Spring: Green

Colors of Spring: Green

Elizabeth Beal

Greetings, green!

Spring’s truest sign, green tells us that things are finally turning over; leaves uncurling in miniature on all those previously-bare branches.

The most tender (and tasty) bites of the season signal their arrival with a little shoot of green: Peas and radish tops, or brave asparagus stalks creeping up from the dark ground. The eyes of your littlest one open wide in wonder at what their green garden is growing... Read More

Three Easy Ways to Renew Yourself this Spring

Three Easy Ways to Renew Yourself this Spring

Elizabeth Beal

Spring has sprung! While everything in nature is busy turning over a shiny new leaf, why not follow suit with a little spring renewal of your own? Here are three easy ways to freshen up your life as the days lengthen and the ground thaws.

1. Renew Your Kitchen... Read More

The Blush of Spring in Your Kitchen

The Blush of Spring in Your Kitchen

Megan Myers

The blush of spring is ready for us. Pink’s cheerful glow peeks out from unexpected places, including your kitchen.

Thinking pink when you cook means drawing creativity from the humble beet, the ravishing raspberry, and the unassuming rhubarb. It means adding brightness to help bridge the gap from the long, grey winter into brighter skies and longer days ahead.

Find perfectly pink inspiration in these recipes... Read More

Our Favorite Vegan Comfort Food Recipes

Our Favorite Vegan Comfort Food Recipes

Kate Rowe

Think classic comfort foods, and visions of macaroni and cheese, mashed potatoes, shepherd’s pie, meatloaf, ice cream and chocolate sauce likely dance through your head. We have tasty recipes for vegan versions of all of these and more.

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Les Bons Temps Roulez! Party Cajun Style

Les Bons Temps Roulez! Party Cajun Style

Megan Myers

When I think of Mardi Gras, my mind immediately goes to parades, beads, masks, and plenty of crawfish. I’ve never visited New Orleans for its grand celebration, but there’s no doubt I’d have a memorable experience.

However, most of us can’t make the trip, so there’s a few things we can do to celebrate at home, with the whole family involved... Read More

Winner Winner Chicken Dinners + a Sale

Winner Winner Chicken Dinners + a Sale

Megan Myers

I still remember the day when, as a kindergartener, I walked home from school by myself for the first time. It was a big deal, and to mark the occasion, I got to choose what we had for dinner that night. My choice? Roast chicken. Maybe not typical for a five-year-old, but I knew I loved chicken then and that love remains.

Read on for details about a one-day sale on whole chickens.

We buy a whole chicken at least twice a month in our house. The aroma of a roasted chicken warming the house on a Sunday afternoon makes everything more comforting. Plus there’s so many different ways to prepare a chicken that it’s hard to get bored with it.

Are you stuck on ideas for what to do with a whole chicken? I’ve collected some of my favorite recipes for you!

Grilled Spiced Beer Chicken

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'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' - and the Winner is?

With 'Breakfast in My Neighborhood' News10 viewers get a chance to decide where News10 Good Morning Anchor Keba Arnold and Meteorologist Rob Carlmark will be live during the 5 and 6 a.m. newscasts this Friday, Feb. 21.

Voting began on-air Sunday morning Feb. 16 and ended Wednesday Feb. 19 at 6 p.m.

The winner was announced Thursday Feb. 20 on News10 Good Morning.

This week's picks were in Marysville - Yuba City and they were:

Mom's Diner

Sundowner Cafe

Viewers chimed in and OVER 2,100 votes were cast.

We want to thank the viewers, Mom's Diner and Sundowner Cafe for participating in our poll.