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Blueberry Salsa-Topped Chicken

by TT July 10th, 2008| Healthy Cooking, Main Dishes, Recipes
Looking for an interesting Saturday night dinner, we decided to try a dish that had fruit included.  Although native blueberries weren't quite ready, we knew we would be shopping at Whole Foods and decided that we would be able to find some decent produce there.

So, this past Saturday, with just

Escarole and Pecan Salad

by TT July 10th, 2008| Recipes, Salads
When planning a meal, I enjoy the challenge of finding side dishes that coordinate with the entree. So, when we decided to make Blueberry Salsa-Topped Chicken, I began to consider options. With a variety of herbs and blueberries in the salsa and lime marinating with the chicken, I didn't

Peaches, A Taste of Summer

by Lisa Stauber July 9th, 2008| Food News, Recipes

Ah, summertime. The farmer’s markets are full of fresh produce, and it’s a foodie’s paradise.

Peaches are a taste of sunshine, happily plentiful and cheap during the hottest days of the year. Here are four ways to enjoy summer’s best fruit.

  1. Eat

Tortilla Wedges

by TT July 8th, 2008| Appetizers, Breads, Recipes
To accompany our meal of Eggplant Stacks, a side of bread or pasta seemed too heavy.  However, something in the carb-based category sounded appealing.  With flour tortillas in our pantry and knowing the grill would be in use, I created my own light version of bread. This side was

Eggplant Stacks

by TT July 8th, 2008| Appetizers, Recipes
On a warm summer Monday I was debating what to make for dinner. Our twelve and ten year olds each had a friend staying for dinner and a sleepover, so trying to find a meal that would please all four and us seemed impossible. The children were happy to hear

Review: Mike’s Pastry – Boston, MA

by TT July 3rd, 2008| Desserts
While walking the Freedom Trail with my fiance, we stopped to have lunch at Florentine Cafe. Having eaten pasta and some bread, dessert did not seem a likely option. However, as we were walking through the North End of Boston, we noticed the sign for Mike's Pastry


by Bea May 18th, 2008| Food News, Salads
At school, I sit in the Student Activities Room with our student activities advisor and about six other people because the cafeteria is overcrowded and filled with a lot of freshmen and sophomores--not that I have anything against them. One day, I had to eat during the lunch before mine,

Rediscover Oatmeal for Breakfast

by Melissa May 9th, 2008| Recipes

My kids love cold cereal – and who can blame them? When we walk down the cereal aisle, there are countless tasty varieties. Some colorful boxes even have puzzles and games on them for us to enjoy while we eat.

bbq burgers

How to cook perfect burgers on the grill

by Lee Ann May 2nd, 2008| Recipes

Spring is springing! With my green thumb itching I want to be outside in the fresh air, not in the kitchen slaving over a hot meal. Nor do I want to jump in the car to pick up endless take-out meals or ask

Deep-Fried, Beer-Battered Onion Rings

by TK April 18th, 2008| Recipes, Side Dishes
For my most recent birthday, 2 of my children got me a present I always wanted - a good countertop deep fryer. With the help of my soon-to-be-wife they made the selection of an Emeril LaGasse/T-fal Deep Fryer.

One of the first items that I decided to make was Beer Battered

Veggie Pizza

by Melissa April 11th, 2008| Recipes
Sometimes it’s hard to get our kids to eat all those healthy vegetables. A few months ago I came across a recipe for pizza in a vegetarian cookbook. Whether you’re a meat eater or not, vegetarian cookbooks are a great resource for finding new ways to eat vegetables. I decided

Basic Biscuits: Great For Any Meal

by Lee Ann March 30th, 2008| Recipes
Cooking is one of my favorite pastimes. I enjoy the planning, the preparation, and most of all serving a home cooked meal to my family of five. Over the years I have added a wide variety of recipes to my collection, and we have our favorite dishes. No
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