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Peach-Apricot Jam

Peach-Apricot Jam is one of my all-time favorite jams of the summer.

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It’s National Salsa Month!

How about some delicious Chicken Enchiladas Suizas for National Salsa Month?

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Favorite Recipes of the Purdue Residence Halls

The recipes in this cookbook are favorites of both students and staff of Purdue University’s Residence Halls.

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Native American Blue Cornmeal

This blue cornmeal is produced by Native Americans in Colorado. It is unlike any other cornmeal I have ever tasted. I can’t wait to tell you about it.

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Cuisine Magazine April 1979

This April 1979 Cuisine issue is filled with Dutch recipes. I made a savory version of a Dutch Pancake filled with fresh vegetables and Gouda cheese.

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Irish Fish Pie for St. Patrick’s Day

Fish Pies have been enjoyed for centuries, even given as gifts to Kings and royalty. Here’s one to make in your own kitchen for St. Patrick’s Day.

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Academy Awards are Sunday!

Here is a treat to make from one of the nominated movies to enjoy during the Oscar telecast on Sunday.

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Clementine Paddleford Remembered for National Women’s History Month

My blog series for Women’s History Month honoring a pioneer in our culinary landscape who paved the way for all women in the food world.

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