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Strawberries add a spring zing to any occasion

May 3, 2018 12:01 am0 comments
Strawberries add a spring zing to any occasion

Nothing tastes like spring as much as strawberries do. This fruit, practically the first of the harvest season spanning May to November, carries the light but definitive taste of cool and sunny, sweet and citrusy in one happy little red package. It has more uses than just a fruit snack, […]

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Lots of Easter Candy Left? Let It Sweeten Your Desserts

April 5, 2018 12:01 am0 comments
Lots of Easter Candy Left? Let It Sweeten Your Desserts

  Still tripping over Easter baskets and discarded candy wrappers? The kids might disagree but sooner or later a decision has to be made about when to throw away the excess goodies before they become stale and hard and matted into the sofa creases. The good news is you can […]

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Spring holidays get their own desserts

March 1, 2018 12:01 am0 comments
Spring holidays get their own desserts

You’re going to be buying flowers at the supermarket any day now, suitable for the upcoming holidays. Wait. Didn’t we just finish with holidays? Yes. But that was so last year. This is spring coming, and that means green carnations for St. Patrick’s Day, pink roses for Mother’s Day, elegant […]

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Hot side dishes for cold winter days

February 1, 2018 12:01 am0 comments
Hot side dishes for cold winter days

With the rollercoaster cold, warm, cold again winter still upon us, it can be challenging to pique the palates of the family around the table. When the days are really frigid, there’s nothing more comforting than hot everything on the plates. But when it feels like mid-spring, too much hot […]

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Not your child’s hot chocolate: the adult version

January 4, 2018 12:01 am0 comments
Not your child’s hot chocolate: the adult version

There is something about winter cold and fireplace heat that instructs a parent to go make hot chocolate. Cocoa was the name for it where I grew up. For an unknown reason cocoa, which was the hot version of chocolate milk, was nevertheless always referred to as “hot cocoa.” As […]

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Holiday party? Start with these easy canapes

November 30, 2017 12:01 am0 comments
Holiday party? Start with these easy canapes

Are you hosting a holiday gathering this season of parties? Are you going to a Hanukkah, Christmas, New Year’s or Valentine’s party and expect to be asked to bring a little something for the table? Your gathering or theirs, the something for the table needn’t be wine or dessert. Bring […]

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