Hope and Courage During Hanukkah

Thursday, 18 December 2014 by

The traditional fare found at the dinner table during Hanukkah can read like a menu from the dreams of a delighted ten year old! Just look at all of those fried potato pancakes, sufganiyot (strawberry jam-loaded doughnuts dusted with powdered sugar), fried cheese-filled doughnuts dipped in honey, and delicious cheese blintzes! Lucky for those of

Ham For The Holidays

Tuesday, 09 December 2014 by

What are the first images that pop into your head whenever someone says the word “Christmas”? Our minds typically drift to images of family or loved ones, snow, Christmas trees, Christmas lights, presents, and – of course – Santa Claus. So, it’s fair to assume that if someone shouted “Barbecued Glazed Ham!” in connection with

Get Out Of The Kitchen!

Tuesday, 25 November 2014 by

Family, football, delicious food, and overeating; these are all trademarks of a proper Thanksgiving gathering! Well, I’m sure you will agree that crowded kitchens can also be considered a trademark of this festive holiday. So, why not move the preparation of your feast outdoors? Many people already deep fry their turkeys, and there are a

Bake A Dessert… Outdoors?

Wednesday, 19 November 2014 by

Have A Happy, Smoky Thanksgiving

Monday, 17 November 2014 by

The holiday season is among us, and there isn’t a better way to kick off this season than by delivering a gorgeous bird on Thanksgiving Day. Now, in many parts of the U.S. – and the world over – there are two things that generally embody these next 2 months: cool weather and tradition. Cool

By Blaine Kelton Summer marks the start of the BBQ season, and that means one food is ready to make a serious comeback into your weekly menu—Burgers. If you haven’t already busted out your grill this season to show of you outdoor culinary skills, you won’t be able to contain yourself after reading some of

Caprese Salad

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Curried Corn on the Cob

Tuesday, 17 September 2013 by
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