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Mormon cookbooks — here are the top 13 titles

by Salt Lake Tribune | Arts & Entertainment

You could call it the Lion King. The Lion House, one-time home of Brigham Young in downtown Salt Lake City,...


{LDSL Blog} Top LDS Living Stories of 2012

by Kaela Worthen Gardner | LDS Living Blog Opinions & Features

1. Living with Same-sex Attraction: Our Story The Church has made huge strides this year in reaching out to...


{Food Dish} Our Best Bites Answers Your Cooking Questions

by Kate Jones and Sara Wells | The Food Dish

1. What is your “must have” kitchen gadget? A 5-6-quart non-stick skillet like this one. I literally don't ...


Spelt Blueberry Muffin Recipe

by Emergency Essentials | Preparedness

Spelt is a species of wheat , a grain with a deep nutlike flavor that is very similar to hard red wheat . I...


In a Jam: Delicious Homemade Jams and Jellies

by Emergency Essentials | Preparedness

One delicious step to becoming more self-sufficient is making homemade jams and jellies. There is a differe...


Outdoor Cooking with Food Storage

by Emergency Essentials | Activities Preparedness

If you're planning a weekend getaway or a large family reunion, how about pulling out some of your food sto...


The Bright Cooking Option: Solar Cooking

by Emergency Essentials | Preparedness

Solar cooking is a method that has been growing in popularity and sophistication in recent years, probably ...


{Food Dish} LDS Living in the Kitchen: Lion House Cookies

by LDS Living Staff | The Food Dish

You know we love cookies, so it's easy to understand that the upcoming Lion House cookbook ( Lion House Coo...


Amazing Gluten: The Quick-Change Artist of Wheat

by Emergency Essentials | Preparedness

What exactly is gluten? Gluten is the protein part of the wheat kernel. It can be separated from the starch...


{Food Dish} Herbed Cornbread, Bacon, Cheese, and Wild Rice Stuffing

by Kate Ensign-Lewis | The Food Dish

Stuffing is a fairly recent favorite of mine. Previously I dismissed it as soggy and weird, but in the past...