Chicken salad sandwiches, bright couscous salads and pasta salad all make an appearance.
It is beginning to be a truly crazy winter. On this past Wednesday, Thursday and Friday the days have been beautiful. No snow, rain and afternoons of 60 degrees. I even got out of my house after numerous days of being snowed in.I spent...
We are into the first week of March which is unbelievable. It makes us think of spring but the weather outside is telling us something a whole lot different. All morning it has been snowing. Just a nice scenic snow with not much of a wind...
With good reason, people flock to Florida and the Caribbean to escape the brutal chill of winter. But in the Big Apple, where taxis are the everyday mode of transportation, winters aren’t so bad. In fact, there’s so much to do in New York City in...
We love a bit of orange or lemon zest in these scones.DRIED CHERRY SCONES• 3 cups all-purpose flour• 1/2 cup sugar• 2 t baking powder• 1/4 t baking soda• 1/2 t salt• 1/2 cup (1 stick) cold butter, cut into small pieces• 1/2 cup sour cream
Tip of the WeekWhole grains are good for us, offering fiber, vitamins and other nutrients. But can they really be tasty enough for our kids to enjoy? And how do we add them to more of our meals?
According to a 2008 research study by Heinz, Brussels sprouts are the most-hated vegetable in America. Dietitians would tend to disagree! Not only are Brussels sprouts one of the most powerful foods in fighting disease and providing...
You can tell it’s Lent without going to church:• Groceries are packed with seafood and coupon deals.
Once upon a time, there was Tabasco and Louisiana. Those were kinder, gentler times in the universe of hot-pepper sauces.These memories rapidly are morphing into today’s tongue-numbing hell of boutique hot sauces.
Sometimes, what’s on the magazine racks in supermarket checkout lines are more than tabloid fodder. Instead, they might just contain the solution to get you out of a pickle.
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