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Soup’s On: Butternut Squash and Apple Soup

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'Tis the season for squash and soup! This is the kind of soup that I love to order at restaurants, smooth and delicious, highlightling the crops of the season. The good news is that it is easy enough to make at home; save your restaurant bucks for the Christmas shopping budget ūüôā Roasting squash and […]

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August Corn Salad with Herbs and Feta

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Maine corn has arrived at market. Hip hip hooray! My kiddos could eat corn on the cob 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. While  tend to agree with this sentiment, I also like to think off the cob and love recipes that present corn in a different and delicious way. This salad is […]

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Burgers A Go-Go

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Happy 4th of July Weekend flavoristas! The recipes links below are from the May/June issue of Hannaford's fresh magazine, I worked on the recipes last winter and yes I am one of the grill crazy people who grills year-round despite frigid, New England winters. These burgers have been thoroughly tested on my family and neighbors. […]

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Three Days of Tea: Two Recipes from Culinary Tea

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Have the last few days inspired you to slow down a bit and sip some tea? We hope so. Not only do Barr and I love the flavor of tea, we love the tradition of tea and the versatility of tea. Be sure to scroll down for the recipes that would be perfect for holiday […]

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James Beard’s Cream Biscuits

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Lollie LOVES biscuits so for Valentine’s I made a batch of these cream biscuits.  This recipe has been on my "to try" list for quite a while and I am so glad I finally got around to it. Outstanding in taste and super easy to prepare, these biscuits will make many more appearances at our table.  […]

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Zingy, Tangy and Fruity – Tamarind Chicken

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Tamarind is a tropical fruit with origins in sub-tropical Africa. It is very popular in South and Central America, India and Southeast Asia. It is revered for its unique flavor profile of being tart and sour. ¬†¬†¬† ¬† Interestingly enough, especially¬†for fruit, tamarind¬†is actually high in calcium and B vitamins. In some cultures, it is […]

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Marian’s Vegetable Barley Soup

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This post could also be entitled "True Confessions of a Recipe Tester."  Here’s the story: Marion is a very skilled soup maker who lives in NY State; she is also a Hannaford customer and two of her recipes were featured in the January/February issue of Hannaford fresh.  Her recipes came through my kitchen last summer […]

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Introducing Farro…

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I’ve been meaning to get around to farro for about five years.  Mary Ann Esposito used farro in one of her Ciao Italia cooking shows; it looked intriguing and I made a mental note to give it a try.  Sometimes things just get away from me, farro happens to be one of them. So what exactly is […]

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Remembering Jane Bresnick

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¬†My friend Jane died suddenly last week. A breast cancer survivor, or rather a “teacher¬†warrior” as¬†she referred to herself while battling breast cancer, she actually died of leukemia. We met at college and were linked together by a strong cast of women who are still very much a part of my life: Greta, Laurel, Phoebe, […]

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