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By Angela Denstad Stigeler Iceberg lettuce has been a real wedge issue for some time, foodies pronouncing it void of flavor and lacking in sophistication, while its cool, mild crunch keep it a popular choice among the American populace.  I say iceberg — the most abundant lettuce in the crisphead ...Read More
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By Angela Denstad Stigeler January just seems to beg for rich, comforting foods, but it’s too soon to lose those resolutions before the month is out. If only there was a way to make a warm, rich, flavorful meal, but keep it lean and low-cost as well. This take on chicken and rice does exactly [......Read More
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By Angela Denstad Stigeler When the holiday season is behind us and we’re faced with a fresh and frigid new year, one of the nicest consolations is knowing that citrus season is in full swing. These bright yellow and orange orbs light up our long winter days and provide a much needed boost of nutr...Read More
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By Angela Denstad Stigeler For a new year filled with sweetness and good fortune, why not do as the Romans used to and bake up a little luck? When it’s as simple as these sesame cookies, you’ll be happy to spread the wealth! Traditionally eaten on New Year’s Day, these good luck charmers are a...Read More
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By Angela Denstad Stigeler Chips, crisps, crackers, biscuits—all of these terms change a bit across the big pond, otherwise known as the Atlantic. British chips become French fries; crisps, then, are our potato chips; British biscuits are firm cookies to accompany tea; and in England, at Christmas...Read More
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