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How-To Holiday Gifts

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Gingerbread (or cookies) and a steaming cup of hot cocoa-what a great way to celebrate the holidays. With a couple of mixes on hand, these treats can be [&hellip…

Asian-Style Tuna Burgers with Sriracha-Mayo

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Growing up we often had tuna croquettes for dinner. These burgers are a take on those blast-from-the-past croquettes with a little zing  of pickled ginger, some smoke from the [&hellip…

Vegetarian Posole

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Posole, a soup/stew is traditionally made with meat, but doesn’t have to be. Here’s a variation, made hearty with meaty shiitake mushrooms and sweet potato, and spicy with [&hellip…

Taste-Test Stuffing

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Whether you have it inside the bird, or cooked on its own, call it stuffing or dressing, it’s one of my favorite parts of the Thanksgiving meal. Today, [&hellip…

Braised Pork Sandwiches with Cheddar

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Just what I like-make something for dinner and save some for lunch the next day. In this case, I braised pork shoulder, had some for dinner and sliced [&hellip…

Chickpea Stew over Couscous

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Chickpeas are one of my favorite beans - sweet, nutty and full-flavored. Depending on the season, swap in your favorite vegetables choosing some hard, like carrots and some soft [&hellip…

Cobb Salad Sandwich

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The story goes that Cobb Salad was created at the Brown Derby restaurant in Hollywood in 1937. Whether by the owner, Robert Cobb at the end of the [&hellip…

Mock Lamb Curry

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Seitan also known as wheat gluten, or wheat meat, takes the place of meat in this mildly spiced, full-flavored curry. While I’ve used turmeric and garam masala for seasoning, [&hellip…