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I’m so proud of my mom. My relatives recently had a bbq and she wanted to bring a special dish, so she decided on the brussel sprout salad I had already posted in my column last year. Great … more
It’s that time of year…graduation parties! This past weekend I was lucky enough to go to a dear friend’s graduation from Liberty High School.(Congrats Zoe!) Her mother, April, … more
I cannot express how much my boyfriend 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
Several weeks ago, my aunt shared her Easter menu with me, which included a variation on this maple-roasted carrot salad, and I am so glad she did! All the colors and flavors came together so … more
I'm not sure if any of you stepped outside this past weekend, but it poured basically the entire time. Last weekend (Memorial Day Weekend) was my 30th birthday party, hosted by my parents, Publisher … more
I'll always have fond memories of my Great Aunt Annie. Baking and cooking were her loves and language. It runs in her family, as her daughter, Anne Marie ran the White Sulphur Springs Inn for … more
For the past four years I have been enjoying Chef JP Medina's food and have been in awe every time. Originally at the Debruce, then a longer residency at the North Branch Inn, JP's next venture is as … more
Unless I am very passionate about a recipe, I will not print a recipe twice. However, this salad dressing is an exception. This eggless Caesar dressing I have been making every week for the past … more
Anyone in the Callicoon area in the early 1980's has most likely heard of the Club 97 Restaurant. With great food, friendly service, and a welcoming atmosphere, it was a top choice for a night out. … more
If you're anything like me, you love the taste of onions and garlic. In a similar family, there are ramps. Ramps are wild leeks, that grow in rocky soil and can be harvested in early April. Right … more
On occasion I will try out a Weight Watchers recipe, and be so pleasantly surprised that I have to share it with all of you. I have always been a big fan of lentil soup, ever since my Grandma … more
Butternut squash is a favorite in our house. The creamy texture and mildly sweet flavor can complement so many meals. A few years ago, to fuel our love for the starchy vegetable, my husband planted … more
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