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Pumpkin Soup

One of my favorite cookbooks EVER is Mmmmmmm: a feastiary, the first book written by former Gourmet editor in chief, Ruth Reichl in 1972. I was so thrilled to finally get my hands on a copy last spring — Ms. … Continue reading

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Canning: Apple Butter, Beet Relish

What better way to prolong summer than can up some of its goodness?  Knowing that my days of strolling the farmers market in shorts and a t-shirt are numbered I took extra care this week, taking in the smells and … Continue reading

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I think I’m going to have to start another blog:   HowILostAllTheWeightIGainedFromHavingAFoodBlog.com   But I digress…   I’m pretty sure I’ve heard somewhere that bacon most often serves as the “gateway meat” for converting vegetarians… regardless, all pork products are … Continue reading

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