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30 seconds: Replace kitchen sponges regularly and wash them thoroughly with soap after using. You also can kill harmful bacteria by tossing a damp sponge in the dishwasher or by zapping it in the microwave for about 30 seconds.



— Brandpoint



Food Quiz



The Globe artichoke is native to what area of the world?



A. Japan



B. China



C. The Mediterranean



D. The United States



Answer at bottom of rail.



Wise to the Word



cardoon: A cardoon is a vegetable, also known as the artichoke thistle, that looks a bit like celery on a bad day and has a flavor reminiscent of artichoke hearts and salsify. Popular in Italy, Spain and France, the cardoon is related to the Globe artichoke.



— Cookthink



The Dish On...



“Michael Symon's 5 in 5: 5 Fresh Ingredients + 5 Minutes = 120 Fantastic Dinners,” by Michael Symon.



For ABC's “The Chew,” Michael Symon developed a brilliant, simple formula to help home cooks pull together fresh, from-scratch meals on weeknights: a maximum of five fresh ingredients that cook in five minutes. This cookbook ties into the segment, featuring dazzlingly quick, satisfying dinners that the whole family will love.



Food Quiz answer



- C. (According to WebMD.com, the vegetable is native to the Mediterranean — not to be confused with the Jerusalem artichoke or the Chinese artichoke. However, Castroville, Calif., where three-quarters of all the artichokes grown in the state are harvested, proclaims itself the "Artichoke Center of the World.")

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