My monthly Sphere magazine report includes articles on Greek cooking, clam bakes, the crochet craze, meatballs, casseroles, and this creamy almond pie!
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Our heat wave is still ongoing, so you know what that means. Another day of a cold salad and not turning on the oven. How about a Chinese Chicken Salad?
We are having a heat wave in Chicago! When it’s this hot, a refreshing chilled and colorful Cobb Salad really hits the spot.
It’s summer and time to enjoy the great outdoors, like camping or hiking. But what food to take along? Here are some great (and gourmet!) ideas.
Not sure why this vintage cookie from a 1940’s cookbook is called “French” but it’s a very interesting little cookie! It’s baked twice but is not biscotti.
Over the weekend, I couldn’t stop looking through the 1949 Iowa cookbook I wrote about on my last blog. There are so many recipes to try! Here’s another.
To our family, nothing is more comforting on a cold winter’s day than my great aunt Margie’s homemade noodles.
Going on a Road Trip this summer? Don’t miss all the great diners across the country, then buy this great cookbook, Diner Desserts!
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