Archive for December, 2013

Olive – This kitchen staple has been used for more than 6,000 years. Best for salads, pastas, bread dipping and light sauteing. Don’t select anything other than extra-virgin. You want to have a good quality oil. I have even been known to use this oil in baking when I’m in a   Read More ...

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Cranberry Apple Pie                               Photo by Sara K 2013   Classic Apple Pie                         Photo by Sara K 2013 Turkey Cookie               Read More ...

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Also known as Garlic. An ancient staple for thousands of years, with both medicinal and culinary uses. Most people think of garlic as a basic seasoning, or a way to repel vampires. But did you know Cherokee Native Americans used it as a cough expectorant for coughs and croup? It   Read More ...

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Why waste a perfectly beautiful pumpkin? They are packed full of nutrients! Once the autumn holidays have ended, you can salvage your leftover pumpkins by simply slicing them in half, removing the “guts” and roasting them at 350 degrees F in a pan with a 1/2 inch of water for   Read More ...

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