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Cooking in the Country
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I want to begin this column by stating thank you for all the well wishes for my new husband and I. Gene Burns, Callicoon’s local pharmacist and I married on September 16th after 7 years of … more
My dad’s favorite meal is breakfast. So much so, that often as kids he would make us “breakfast for dinner”, a trick he learned from my grandma and grandpa, who would have us over … more
There really isn’t anything I crave more in the summer than a well made Chicken Caesar salad with a homemade dressing. I have been making this recipe on repeat lately because the dressing is … more
I’ve been putting my feelers out for a great zucchini recipe for all of my readers, since gardens are overflowing this time of year with both zucchini and squash. My boyfriend’s aunt sent … more
Summer, especially August is always something I look forward to... one of the reasons being I know my Aunt Laurie and Uncle Dick’s crock pickles are in full swing. Ever since I can remember, … more
Going to college in Rochester, NY... buffalo chicken wing dip was a staple in my apartment. I’d like to think I have mastered the recipe. When I saw a recipe for zucchini boats with my … more
There is something about a really nice refreshing margarita in the summer that I just love. You could make this when hosting a party or friends, or simply keep this juice in your fridge for when you … more
When I’m cooking in the summer, I try to use as many seasonal ingredients as possible. With corn and zucchini being in season, I figured why not make a beautiful corn and zucchini pasta with … more
Very few things will get me to turn my oven on in the summer months... But guys, this blackberry tarragon cobbler is worth it. I love experimenting with herbs in desserts, especially in the summer … more
I cannot express how much my fiancé and I are enjoying our backyard (back porch) herb garden. These fresh herbs not only save me a trip to the grocery store, but brighten up any dish I cook … more
Typically, I get so many questions around this time of year asking about garlic scapes, and how to use them. If you don’t know what they are, garlic scapes are the long stem that comes out of, … more
Stuffed shells are one of my favorite dishes. I remember my mom making them when I was a child. This is a twist on a classic, combining cheesy spinach artichoke dip. I love to make a quick and easy … more
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