Recipe: Firecracker Hot Dogs

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Hot dogs are an all-American summer treat, especially for Independence Day cookouts and barbeques. Here is a special way to fix your hot dogs–skewer them, wrap them with bread dough and top them with cheese stars. (You know how I … Continued

Recipe: Easter Candy Nests

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When my sister-in-law Laurie married into our family, we were delighted to pay homage to her great cooking skills by joyfully gobbling up everything she fixed. Then when her mother Carol moved from New York to live down the street … Continued

Recipe: Cranberry Salsa

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Cranberries have always been one of my favorite seasonal foods; I love cranberry juice, cranberry relish and so much more! So it thrills me that nowadays we can enjoy most cranberry foods all year long. When I recently discovered this … Continued

Recipe: Easy Pumpkin Muffins

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Easy Pumpkin Muffins Tailgate season is upon us, and I’m always on the lookout for simple and quick, but tasty, recipes to prepare as my contribution to the outdoor meals at the stadium. Anyone who knows me knows that I … Continued

Recipe: Pizzelle Anytime Treats

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A pizzelle is an ancient, traditional Italian waffle cookie made from flour, eggs, sugar, butter or vegetable oil, and flavoring. They were originally made on cast iron grills over a high heat. The word pizzelle means, loosely, “small, flat, and … Continued

Recipe: Kentucky Hot Brown Sandwich

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A Kentucky Hot Brown Sandwich (sometimes known as a Louisville Hot Brown) is an American hot sandwich originally created at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky, by Fred K. Schmidt in 1926. It is a variation of traditional Welsh rarebit … Continued

Recipe: George Washington Hoecakes

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Family members and visitors alike testified that hoecakes were among George Washington’s favorite foods. He invariably ate them at breakfast, covered with butter and honey, along with hot tea—a “temperate repast” enjoyed each morning. Years after Washington’s death, Nelly Custis … Continued

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