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Monday, December 30th, 2013

Good Luck Foods

From pork to lentils to black-eyed peas, various foods are associated with good luck and prosperity for the New Year. Here are our favorites. Pork is a popular meat for New Year’s because of pigs’ association with...

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Monday, December 23rd, 2013

Smart Cookie

‘Tis the season for baking cookies.  To give you a hand, here are some easy tips for stellar cookies and a perfect iced cookie that Santa and his elves will love.   Use self-rising flour, which includes...

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Monday, December 16th, 2013

Comfort in a Casserole

Hold the standing rib roast. Scratch the filet mignon. In reality, most of our holiday gatherings call for easy dishes that can be made ahead and popped in the oven while relaxing with friends. A homey pasta...

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Monday, December 9th, 2013

Icebox Cake

When you need a quick make-ahead dessert that’s light, cool, creamy and impressive, look no further than a jar of lemon curd and a package of cookies. We can’t say that we’ll never preheat another oven, but...

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Monday, December 2nd, 2013

A New Crumbly Crisp

Unlike other seasonal fruit that can be fickle (was it a good year for grapefruits? do the oranges have seeds? are the pomegranates ripe?), cranberries are impressively reliable. There’s no need to pick through piles of berries...

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Monday, November 25th, 2013

Cheesecake Rules

Vanilla cheesecake is a blank canvas for incorporating luscious, even unorthodox details. Substitute ricotta for cream cheese, swap a rich almond crust for standard Graham crackers, infuse the filling with exotic spices, and your plain old cheesecake...

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Monday, November 18th, 2013

Perfect Thanksgiving Starter

This Thanksgiving, instead of sitting down to a table crowded end-to-end with turkey and side dishes, we have decided to start with a first course. It’s not as if we are making culinary history. Ancient Greeks kicked...

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Monday, November 11th, 2013

Berries of the Season

What’s bright red, named after a bird, tart and tangy, and bounces? Yes, bounces. The answer is . . . the cranberry. This little fact is more than amusing trivia. In the mid-1800s, John “Peg-Leg” Webb let...

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Monday, November 4th, 2013

Perfect Pie

Before stepping into the kitchen to make Sour Cream Raisin Pie, we decided to telephone P.J. Hamel at the King Arthur flour company in Norwich, Vt., for pie baking tips. Hamel, senior writer and editor for the...

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Monday, October 28th, 2013

A New Twist on Chili

We were not raised eating chili, so the first time we made it, we were compulsive about following the recipe. The recipe we made was from Chili Madness by Jane Butel (Workman, 1980), and now that we...

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