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Gone are the days when most homemade suppers featured a standard serving of meat, vegetable and starch.Those still happen, of course, but interspersed with them are pasta dishes, hearty soups, …

Recipe of the Week: Vanilla still reigns

For as long as someone has been making lists of national and international food favorites, vanilla has been at the top.It always comes as a surprise to fans of chocolate, but America and the world …

Years ago I interviewed a local candy vendor who told me that his customers shopped at his store twice each Easter season: when the holiday candy first appeared on the shelves to eat immediately, …

Recipe of the Week: Easter side dishes

Ham, lamb, beef and sometimes turkey are the favorite entrees for Easter dinners here in the Northeast. Pot roast and pork chops are favorites in the South, while vegetarians have their own …

It might seem a little early to talk about spring salads, since the season doesn’t arrive for almost a week. But some local farms are ahead of the curve by growing vegetables in high tunnels.

They say that everyone is a wee bit Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17, but regardless of whether that is true, everyone can eat like an Irishman. Traditional Irish cuisine is hearty, healthy and filling, perfect for a blustery March day.

Recipe of the Week: Sustenance for the soul

I attended a funeral recently, which got me thinking about funeral food. The funeral was to celebrate the life of a woman who had lived a long and fulfilling 98 years. And although her family will …

In winter, with no fresh fruits and vegetables in season locally for inspiration, it can get difficult to conjure up ideas for dinner. Those in search of dishes appropriate for Lent’s meatless …

We all can eat like a president on Presidents Day, on Monday thanks to the multitude of recipes citing the preferences of past presidents found on the internet. Among the many, William Howard Taft …

Whether you enjoy tomatoes sliced, sauced, or cooked in your favorite recipe, they taste best when grown and harvested from your garden or container. With more than 10,000 varieties available it can …

This year the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day are four days apart, which is an improvement on previous years since the NFL moved the Super Bowl to the second Sunday in February.

Recipe of the Week: Foods for when you are sick

It’s a chicken soup time of year. As COVID-19 continues its wintertime run, plus an increase in flu and other respiratory ailments, most of us have been sick or have been taking care of someone …

Recipe of the Week: Warm up with wassail

This time of year, when every instinct says to stay indoors, there are a few outdoor festivals that are worth braving the cold. Among them is the annual Holiday Wassail event at Terhune Orchards …

Someone you know may be in the middle of a Dry January pledge and abstaining from all alcohol from Jan. 1-31.A campaign that originated in the United Kingdom, Dry January means having absolutely no …

The Pennsylvania Farm Show is all about food from our home state. Whether you are looking for exhibits featuring the Keystone State’s extensive farm industry or dishes prepared by Pennsylvania chefs …

There are many things to dislike about winter, but among the things we can enjoy is leisurely weekend mornings when you can take your time and make a hot breakfast. With nowhere special to go and …

Recipe of the Week: A toast to 2024

If past years are any indication, on Sunday night many Americans will lift a drink in celebration of the arrival of the new year. According to WalletHub.com, an amazing 360 million glasses of …

What to make? What to take? It’s decision-making time for the holidays, when we choose which treats we are going to make to share with others. This includes food gifts as well as easy desserts that …

Christmas is fast approaching, so it’s time to think about a party time favorite: appetizers. When I am asked to bring food to a party it’s usually dessert because my friends and family know …

Hanukkah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, begins today, Dec. 7. It celebrates the story of the Maccabees’ revolt against the Seleucid ruler who had destroyed their holy temple, and the miracle of the …

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