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By Angela Denstad Stigeler If the month of May is a bit light on fresh local produce, she at least lays claim to the queen of spring green vegetables—asparagus. Although it’s almost become ubiquitous, there really is little comparison between the spindly spears available year-round and the plump...Read More
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By Angela Denstad Stigeler It’s Mother’s Day this Sunday, so be sure to find or make some nice gifts and cards for all the mothers and grandmothers in your life. If you’re lucky enough to be able to deliver a gift in person, here’s a nice little pastry greeting suitable for any time of day. ...Read More
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By Angela Denstad Stigeler Chickpeas are a dietary staple for me. Whether in dried form, cooked and frozen, or a couple cans stashed in the pantry, I always have some around. From hummus to salads to falafel, I’ve mashed them, fried them, dried them, paired them with pasta and served them straight...Read More
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By Angela Denstad Stigeler No matter what the weather, you can find a soup to fit it. Perhaps that’s one of the things that makes liquid fare so comforting: it’s always there when you need it. Soups can also be among the simplest dishes to prepare, offering an entire meal in a single pot. Though...Read More
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After the Easter bunny hops on by, it’s time to decide what to do with that basket full of hard boiled eggs. Sure, you could just keep adding them into your salads, but if you want to make them into something special, try the British picnic classic: Scotch eggs. If you’re not familiar with them,...Read More
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