Weekend read: Best Lifestyle stories on food, family and faith in case you missed them earlier

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Best Lifestyle stories on food, As you settle into your weekend, check out some of the top stories of the week in Lifestyle that you may have missed or have been meaning to check out — presented here in a handy, topic-by-topic roundup. 

These are just a few of the latest articles, of course. 

Grab a cup of coffee and enjoy this fun catch-up!

This weekend, check out some of the top stories of the week in Lifestyle that you may have missed or have been meaning to check out — presented here in a handy, topic-by-topic roundup.  (iStock)

Food

Try baking a great sourdough bread using some of the most delicious tips from those in the know.

Have you tried Utah’s ubiquitous fry sauce? “It’s always there. It’s just what I always ate. And I love it,” said one resident.

What’s the best way to stay committed to your diet while still enjoying a meal out? Nutrition experts shared secrets.

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You can stay on your diet plans while still enjoying some time out — as long as you handle things smartly, nutritionists say. They shared some secrets.  (iStock)

Family

Grandparents bring so much to the table — especially when it comes to their own daughters’ mental health.

A mother in Israel prays every day, she told Fox News Digital in an interview, for the safe release of her son, who is among those viciously captured on Oct. 7 by Hamas terrorists.

File photo of a hostage abducted from the music festival in Israel

This photo provided by Rachel Goldberg shows her with her son, Hersh Goldberg-Polin. The 23-year-old from Jerusalem was last seen when Hamas militants abducted him and others from a music festival in the western Negev Desert on Oct. 7. He remains a hostage to this day.  (Courtesy Rachel Goldberg via AP)

Faith

America’s most beautiful churches include St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan and Thorncrown Chapel in Arkansas — here are seven in all.

During Lent this year, humility helps Christians recognize how they can be more like Jesus, a faith leader shared with Fox News Digital.

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Humility helps Christians recognize how they can be more like Jesus, especially during Lent, a faith leader told Fox News Digital in an interview. (iStock)

American history

An extraordinary American helped pioneer a unique surgery that has saved the lives of numerous babies across many decades.

Bestselling author Jared Cohen reveals what our nation can learn today, in 2024, from the extraordinary post-presidential life of Herbert Hoover.

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Jared Cohen, left, is the bestselling author of “Life After Power.” An exclusive excerpt from his new book is published by Fox News Digital, revealing the decades that Herbert Hoover, right, served the nation after his presidency.  (Fox News Digital; Central Press/Getty Images)

Wild nature

A new and fascinating species of snake has been identified — “the biggest of them all.” 

In Maryland, a fisherman has shattered a state record by reeling in a massive rainbow trout.

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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources confirmed that this fisherman’s catch set a new record after it surpassed the former record holder by over three pounds. (Jean-Philippe Lartigue/iStock)

Healthy living

When it comes to reaping the rewards of exercise, women may have a leg up. A new study found that females may get more benefits than men when doing the same amount of physical activity.

In one state, the surgeon general is allowing parents to decide whether to send their unvaccinated kids to school amid a measles outbreak. 

Food allergy sufferers have a new weapon in their fight against severe symptoms. The FDA has given the injectable Xolair (omalizumab) the green light for use in decreasing the risk of life-threatening reactions to certain foods. 

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Food allergy sufferers now have a new weapon in their fight against severe symptoms with a newly approved injectible drug.  (iStock)

Weddings

A woman experienced a tough time when a guest at the wedding misidentified the bride — and the incident went viral. 

Many brides today are experimenting with DIY touches for their big day. Here are intriguing suggestions for making this a reality. 

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Bouquets, centerpieces, place cards, favors and more can all be personally designed as brides and grooms choose — here are practical suggestions ahead of the big day.

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