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Celebrate The Holidays With Some Special Dishes

April 3, 2014 3:35 pm0 comments
Celebrate The Holidays With Some Special Dishes

Happily facing the joys of Easter or Passover but need a little inspiration to spark the holiday table? How about candy? So much effort is spent on traditional holiday meals and preparation, it is can be a fun diversion to think about everybody’s favorite treat at the end of it. […]

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Tarts

March 6, 2014 6:05 pm0 comments
Tarts

When my niece was in college in Canada, we now and then visited her there and made sure to take her to a meal. We would try quite hard to find a place that offered the Canadian butter tarts for dessert. These are one of Canada’s finest national creations, in […]

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Chef Henry’s Shrimp Milanese Capnoata

5:48 pm0 comments
Chef Henry’s Shrimp Milanese Capnoata

Ingredients: 1 jumbo egg ½ cup CENTO Panko bread crumbs ½ lb. jumbo shrimp, peeled and deveined 6 Tbsp. CENTO extra virgin olive oil 2 cloves garlic, finely chopped 28 oz. CENTO Chef’s Cut Tomatoes 1 Tbsp. fresh parsley, chopped ¼ cup fresh basil, chopped 7 oz. CENTO Caponata 1 […]

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Rolls

February 6, 2014 4:33 pm0 comments
Rolls

You can tell comfort food from the way it makes your kitchen smell: warm, hearty, mouthwatering and, most importantly, cozy. A simmering stew does that, or a roasting chicken. A pie in the oven, surely qualifies. But perhaps the most decidedly comforting of all the comfort foods is bread, and […]

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Super Bowl Snacks

January 2, 2014 5:18 pm0 comments
Super Bowl Snacks

The big-name holidays may be past but do not think the party’s over. Grown men and women of substance and maturity will need excessive coddling and feeding shortly, as they gather in the annual ritual known as The Bowl. Super Bowl is around the corner as are the parties and […]

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Cooks Corner

December 4, 2013 1:19 pm0 comments
Cooks Corner

Among the holiday season’s traditions, a popular standout has got to be eggnog. Like sugar cookies and fruitcake, egg nog is so well-liked it is now available in stores and by mail order. Some of the retail ‘nog is quite good, but making your own allows for quality control and […]

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East to make Holiday treats for cats and dogs

October 30, 2013 12:00 pm0 comments
East to make Holiday treats for cats and dogs

This is it. The holidays. We’re already looking forward to decorations and music and the best of homemade goodies. But it’s early enough to make some of those goodies for the family pets, often forgotten in the busyness of preparations. Here are four recipes, the first strictly for dogs, and […]

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Cooks Corner

October 3, 2013 9:00 am0 comments
Cooks Corner

The savvy cook looks at October and sees three months of happy holiday doings — the warmth of family gatherings, child-centered parties, and merriment with friends. Kitchen jockeys (here’s a not-so-well-kept secret) will hope to bring to the family or holiday table something memorable, delicious, a stand-out kind of dish. […]

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Cooks Corner: Easy Breakfast

August 27, 2013 7:30 pm0 comments
Cooks Corner: Easy Breakfast

One of my long-time friends taught me the value of preparation as a means of prioritizing and saving time. Every weekend she would take one afternoon (or whole day, if needed) and make an entire week’s worth of dinners for her family of five. That way she could consolidate her […]

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