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This vegan take on India’s chicken 65 delivers crispy fried tofu minus the splatters
Rather than coating tofu with a lot of cornstarch and frying in a lot of oil, you use a very simple batter in this Indian dish.
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Solution to Evan Birnholz’s Oct. 24 Post Magazine crossword, “Sea Changes”
A metapuzzle where you can see the difference.
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Carolyn Hax: How do they teach their son about family when they’re estranged from their own?
Parents who are estranged from large portions of their families try to figure out how to teach their son about family.
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Ask Amy: Guilt about distance intensifies after friends’ reunion
Old friend makes contact after long separation and discloses serious illness.
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Potatoes are the main attraction in these 6 recipes for stuffed, saucy spuds
Potatoes are always a good idea for a meal, especially if you load them with hearty, saucy and spicy toppings.
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D.C.-area Halloween events — haunted house, parade and Pumpkinpalooza
Halloween isn’t just one night when there’s fun for kids all week.
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Meghan McCain’s fights on ‘The View’ were as nasty as they looked, she says in new book
McCain appeared again on her old network, Fox News, which has indicated that it might be interested in hiring her back.
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Carolyn Hax: Moving away from clingy stepsister may not suffice to get her unstuck
Relocating to get some distance from a clingy stepsister doesn't work if she decides to make the move, too.
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Hints From Heloise: Get your roof ready for winter
Check shingles, flashing, gutters and chimneys.
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Ask Amy: Neighbor dies, and daughters don’t share the news
Reader finds out from another neighbor and is perplexed about not hearing directly.
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Miss Manners: Serious allergy demands frank — polite — conversation
Sitting near someone who orders shellfish might cause a trip to the hospital.
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A champagne shortage is looming. Shop early to keep the sparkle in your holidays.
The supply chain issues, coupled with difficult harvests, have resulted in low supply, high demand and higher prices.
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Add zip to your meal with this lively, light $15 red blend from Côtes du Rhône
RECOMMENDED | Plus, a Georgian white grape grown in the Finger Lakes, prosecco, cava rosé and a soave for milder weather sips.
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