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Cooking in the Country
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There's something about hot sandwiches that are so comforting to me. It wasn't that long ago I was working at the Callicoon Creamery during my college summers, making paninis day after day, and … more
Recently I was gifted an air fryer. It couldn't have come at a better time, with the Super Bowl right around the corner. I have heard such wonderful things about air fryers, giving crunch and texture … more
I am the self-proclaimed queen of one-pot dinners. I love a good soup, stew, or casserole, and it's even better if I can do it on a budget. Recently, I made an incredible chicken piccata served … more
I've always liked the finer things in life. I guess I take after my grandmother Shirley in that sense. I love hosting a great party, sipping fancy cocktails, and eating decadent meals. This past … more
In the words of the great Spice Girls, I “Spiced up my Life” in 2020. During quarantine, my boyfriend and I discovered David Chang's savory salts and they have quite literally changed our lives. … more
Of all the foods I love, I have never taken a liking to ham. That's why when my mother mentioned she wanted to make a ham for Christmas this year, I wasn't overly excited. Well, my palate must be … more
The holidays are among us and that means great food and wonderful cocktails. I plan on staying cozy at home, playing games, and sipping on a festive drink. Recently, I tried the combination of … more
Growing up on Christmas day, my sister, brother and I would come down the wooden staircase in our home built by my great grandfather, open presents, and enjoy a Christmas breakfast prepared by my … more
Ever since I was a little girl we would have steaks as a fancy family meal. Believe it or not, my dad would pass out white bread and us three kids would fight over the steaks juices to dip our bread … more
My little brother, Andrew Stabbert, is not only an intelligent Penn State grad, he can also whip up a few signature dishes when he feels like it. It wasn't until he came home due to Covid … more
I think the least exciting part of Thanksgiving for me is the corn. I put it on my plate for the sake of eating my vegetables when in reality I'm most focused and excited for the turkey and stuffing. … more
The first snowfall has me setting up my crockpot and thinking about all the comforting and rich foods I am about to indulge in next week. With the hectic holidays arriving shortly, I wanted to … more
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