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Gifts That Give

December 3, 2015 1:00 am1 comment
Gifts That Give

By Jean Redstone A couple of Christmases ago my sister gave me an unexpected gift that was one of the nicest I’ve ever gotten. I unwrapped a small box and inside was a card telling me there had been a donation made in my name. She picked a charity she […]

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Botto’s Sausage Stuffing 

November 5, 2015 1:00 am0 comments
Botto’s Sausage Stuffing 

1 pack of your favorite Botto’s sausage (sweet, hot or country) 1 large onion 5 stalks of celery 1 tsp of poultry seasoning 1/2 tsp of salt 1/2 tsp black pepper 1/2 tsp of thyme 1 bag stuffing cubes regular or gluten free 12 ozs of vegetable or chicken stock […]

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Make holiday pies special AND easy

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Make holiday pies special AND easy

By Jean Redstone We always included pies as part of the dessert portion of most any holiday, but especially at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Pies are great to anticipate and then to eat and great to serve guests or give as a homemade gift. But let’s face it, pies from scratch […]

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Ghoolish Halloween Treats

October 1, 2015 1:00 am0 comments
Ghoolish Halloween Treats

By Jean Redstone A number of my friends tell me that Halloween is their favorite holiday — and these are actual, already grown-up people with jobs and responsibilities and such. I get it. What is more fun than dressing as someone you aren’t, play-acting an outlandish horror role, and hazing […]

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Empanadas Even The Pope Would Give His Blessing To

September 3, 2015 1:00 am0 comments
Empanadas Even The Pope Would Give His Blessing To

By Jean Redstone By now probably everyone anywhere near Philadelphia — no. Everyone along the East Coast — has heard the news and seen coverage of the visit later this month by Pope Francis to the City of Brotherly Love. Also by now, if you don’t already have travel passes […]

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It’s Watermelon Time!

August 6, 2015 1:00 am0 comments
It’s Watermelon Time!

By Jean Redstone Look at a watermelon. Whether the little round beach ball ones or the gigantic wrecking ball ones, a watermelon looks like a lot of food. And the packaging isn’t lying. In the dog days of August there’s nothing more cooling for your insides than the insides of […]

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Sangria

July 2, 2015 12:01 am0 comments
Sangria

It is almost impossible to consider a day in summertime South Jersey without fruit. Everywhere you look, supermarket, farm stand, convenience store, newspaper ads, restaurant menus, local fruit of some sort is featured. Of course it is. What’s the point of living proximal to farmland if the — er — […]

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Asparagus Season

June 4, 2015 1:01 am0 comments
Asparagus Season

by Jean Redstone… Here we are, nearly full swing into the very best part of the year for pleasing your family’s palate and I almost overlooked it. It’s the season of fresh, people, and nobody does fresh better than right here where we live. If I hadn’t let a friend […]

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Sausage Kabobs, Chicken Kabobs And Shrimp Kabobs

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Sausage Kabobs, Chicken Kabobs And Shrimp Kabobs

First you want to get the meat or seafood items you are using and portion into inch to inch and half cubes. For shrimp use a jumbo size. Clean and take the shell off. Marinate in your favorite seasoning! In this case, the sausage is done in a steak marinade, […]

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Time To Dust Off The Grill

May 1, 2015 1:00 am0 comments
Time To Dust Off The Grill

by Jean Redstone In no time at all, if not already so, you’re going to dust off the grill. The real heat of summer is peeking around the corner and every barbecue chef knows that summer smells as much like charred meat as it does like roses in full bloom. […]

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