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Snacking isn’t for the faint of heart . . . well not in my family. Gatherings consist of a holiday-worthy spread, even if it’s just your average Sunday. Having recently returned from the Southern U.S. over the holidays, I’ve been missing the many delicious appetizers we serve. There is one dish I fancy that we don’t have…

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Can you believe it is already April? As the year marches on, so do our sources of inspiration in the kitchen, and on this first day, we cook for the April foolish. Do you have anyone in mind? I’m not going to name names, but if you’re having dinner here tonight then expect the unexpected….

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It’s the last of the delicious leftover turkey & sides, and their time is growing finite. What can you make with them that could ever be as good as Thursday’s meal (sad sigh)? We will take our lonely Tupperware containers from the fridge, to honor them one last time in a Parmesan-Crusted Thanksgiving Panini!  This is no…

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I speak for the chicken and myself. Chicken again already? Indeed, but this one is a whole new take on your average stuffed chicken, or Cordon Bleu. Thanksgiving may be far off in the distance, but we’re going to get stuffing back into play with the likes of creamy cheeses, maple cured ham & comforting…

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…and not even my Grandma’s for that matter! This chicken soup derivation is one I have refined over the years. Classic chicken noodle is okay, but this one cranks-it-up a notch. I’m drawn to the flavors of herb roasted chicken, and this soup incorporates some of that savory, richness with fresh lemon, fresh thyme, white wine & garlic. A perfect soup when you…

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