Category Archives: Cooking

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Bread with Tomato and Olive Oil

The truth is that I love your newsletters, but every time I see you talking about olive oil you make a mention to Italy but the truth is that you can find olive oil in all the Mediterranean countries from Greece to France, Spain or even Egypt!! Jaén (South of Spain) has the biggest production...
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Get Creative with Apples

Apples aren’t the most popular fruit in America (that honor goes to the humble banana), but they’re a close second. And right now, while this year’s apple crop is abundant at farm stands and supermarkets, is the best time to discover what you can do with them. Read more

Treasured Family Recipes Can Connect Us to Our Past

As I embark on my new journey to learn all about internet marketing I am amazed at what I have found. There are countless websites which share a common theme - preserving family history, stories, memories and recipes. It's exciting to find there are so many others out there who also value the importance of...
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Spring Pea Soup

Spring is pea season, and a good way to celebrate its reemergence is with a delicate, spring pea soup. Green peas are at their peak in March, April and May (and then again from August through November), so the time is right. (more…)...
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How to Brew Green Tea

When you hear folks mention Japanese tea it invariably means that they are talking about green tea. That is just scratching the surface because there are many types of green tea out there; gyokuro, sencha, macha, genmaicha, bancha, and more! (more…)...
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Old-Fashioned Taffy Pull Party – How to Host Your Own

Want a unique party idea for your child’s birthday—or even her next weekend sleepover with friends? Try hosting your own taffy pull. It can get pretty messy, but kids absolutely love it. Just follow these steps to minimize the mess . . . and maximize the fun! Read more

The Protective Power of Garlic

Garlic provides more than a warm, rich taste in pastas and pizzas. Mounting evidence consistently links this plant to lower cancer risk. In one of the latest studies, men who ate less than a clove of garlic a day cut their risk of prostate cancer in half compared to men who ate none. Read more

Emergency Kitchen Substitutions

Do you ever find yourself all geared up and ready to make a favorite recipe but then discover you're staring at an empty container of a needed ingredient? Ugh. You don't want to run out to the store right now. So what do you do? (more…)...
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