Health benefits of homemade chicken broth

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By Henry Schliff In mid-eighteenth century France, travelers would stop at inns to rest for the night. Eventually, innkeepers began doling out bowls of broth...

New year’s resolution: eat more sweet potatoes

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Health & Wellness By TL Grace West North Carolina designated the sweet potato as the official state vegetable in 1995, possibly because the state is the...

Henry’s Kitchen: Fresh Tuna

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August 2013 By Henry Schliff For many years tuna has been second only to shrimp as America’s favorite seafood but most people bought it in a...

Henry’s Kitchen: Questions, answers on buying fish on Ocracoke

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Henry's Kitchen August 2011 By Henry Schliff Questions: What fish are caught locally? When are they available? What are some good cooking methods? Bluefish: A dark meat, full-flavored...

Chilly nights call for chili comfort food

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By Henry Schliff On a ‘chilly’ night there is nothing better than some homemade chili con carne to warm you up. Off season, when potluck gatherings...

From Henry’s Kitchen: Shrimp and shrimp tacos

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June 2013 By Henry Schliff Since people in the United States con­sume more shrimp than any other kind of sea­food and be­cause Ocracoke is blessed with...

Health and Wellness: Chocolate, a health food?

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October 2013 By TL Grace West Those of us who adore chocolate are pleased with more and more re­search showing health benefits of eating chocolate: especially...

Organic coconut oil: A super food with many uses

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June 2015 By Henry Schliff The use of coconut oil as food dates back as far as 4,000 years ago in India. It is a staple...

Sunflower seeds: simple gifts for healthful eating

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By Henry Schliff      Sunflower seeds are the gift of the beautiful sunflower that has been cultivated for its ornamental beauty and culinary uses for...

Henry’s Kitchen: Fresh tuna

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August 2013 By Henry  Schliff For many years tuna has been second only to shrimp as America’s favorite seafood but most people bought it in a...