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I discovered a variation on this recipe several years ago and have been making it ever since! This quick and easy weeknight meal comes together in just 30 minutes and is perfect for the cool nights … more
Soup never gets old for me, especially in the fall months when life starts to pick up again and I want to make something quick and easy. I have a great recipe for a classic vegetable soup that is … more
I was raised on soups from my grandmother Shirley and Grandpa Fred. Grandma Shirley loved making lentil soup and made a mean chicken noodle, but my grandfather’s favorite was Manhattan Clam … more
Every once in a while I will have a few, overripe bananas left at the end of a week. I typically make banana bread, but recently tried these banana crumb muffins instead, and I may stick with the … more
If you haven’t heard of Sullivan County’s newest culinary asset, allow me to introduce you to Grizzly Bagels. Recently founded in Cochecton by Zach Scheitlin, has been making me and my … more
Guest columnist, Charlotte’s recipe. Next week I’ll be featuring Grizzly Bagels out of Callicoon.  Dump. Stir. Bake. Frost. These easy steps sound like the directions for a box of … more
There is  nothing I personally like more than a family BBQ on my parent’s deck, having an ice cold drink and some of my dad’s famous ribs or Teriyaki glazed steak. My dad or … more
My father-in-law recently shared the bounty of his garden with us which included a few extra-large zucchini; the kind that are longer than my forearm and rival the size of a toddler. I can’t … more
Last weekend I had the pleasure attending my cousin Michael’s 40th birthday held at my Aunt Kathy’s house. The great thing about any party at the Werner’s is you know there will be … more
There truly is nothing better than sweet corn in the summer. I’ll never forget my sister having to have hers cut off the cob as kids because she was missing her two front teeth for what felt … more
Around this time of year I always crave a good pesto. It really works out well for me, since I have a jungle of basil growing on my back deck. I love serving it with crusty bread as a late night … more
I hear this question quite regularly this time of year, “How should I utilize all my fresh produce?” A thing you can never go wrong with is canning, whether it be blueberry jam from fresh … more
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