Michelle Obama shared her secret to the best cheese toast

Will Kreznick

Michelle Obama is about to debut her new children’s show, “Waffles and Mochi,” which focuses on healthy cooking and eating and now she’s sharing one of her own secret recipes that’s a straight up game-changer when it comes to making the perfect cheesy snack.

The former first lady whose new kids’ show is “all about good food: discovering it, cooking it, and of course, eating it” has a method for making cheese toast that you probably haven’t tried — but you definitely should!

“The secret to making a good cheese toast, you’ve got to first toast the bread,” Obama advises

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Giada makes 3 light and bright Italian recipes for dinner

Will Kreznick

Television personality, author and restaurateur Giada De Laurentiis is joining TODAY to share a few of her favorite deliciously healthy recipes from her new cookbook, “Eat Better, Feel Better: My Recipes for Wellness and Healing, Inside and Out.” She shows us how to make pasta with meaty mushrooms and nutty pistachios, lemony roasted chicken and a simple salad with bitter greens.

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Kristin Teig

Mushrooms with Marsala and pistachios is a fantastic combination

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All the Best Places for Your Friday Lent Meal

Will Kreznick

Easter is coming up around the corner and many across the world are participating in Lent — meaning they’ll be going without beef, pork or chicken on Fridays. This move makes it the perfect time for fast food chains and restaurants to capitalize on the fish boom, which many places already recognize. While the traditional holiday calls for a completely meatless Friday, fish is still allowed.

While some places like McDonald’s offer pescatarian options year-round, many restaurants create new items for their menus and make them available for a limited time. Either way, there are many options to keep Lent

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Food waste composting facility now open to the community – Buckrail

Will Kreznick

JACKSON, Wyo. — Teton County Integrated Solid Waste and Recycling (ISWR) is excited to announce the opening of the Food Waste Composting Facility where they began accepting food waste on February 1st, 2021.

This service is open to residents and businesses who are able to self-haul food waste to the Food Waste Composting Facility located on the same property as the Trash Transfer Station. Please read below for guidelines, policies, and restrictions.

The food waste composting program can accept food waste only. No paper products, compostable or biodegradable plates, cups, or service ware is accepted. Additionally, shellfish are not allowed. 

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What’s new in food: Healthy eats, tasty treats, riverside dining

Will Kreznick

One year since Asheville’s restaurants and bars were ordered closed on March 17, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, winter is going, and restaurateurs, makers and bakers are seeing light at the end of a long, dark tunnel. Hope springs eternal.

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Lots of places advertise farm-fresh breakfast, but there’s nothing much fresher than what chefs Eric Morris (Nightbell and Cultura) and Daniel Rider are cooking up Saturday mornings at the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project Farmers Market at A-B Tech. Morris says Little Red Fox started a couple of months ago with a random conversation between him and

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