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Bachelor Burrito

By Alec Harding – Suppose, just for a moment, that you find yourself in the Midwest following a particularly brutal winter, confronted with the task of opening up the cabins for summer while subsisting on whatever the closest possible market has to offer. Bear in mind that you have – thanks to a deep seated penchant – travelled without luggage other than a leather over-the-shoulder bag containing little more than some...

Madrid and Barcelona Inspire Paella at Home

By Chef Judi Gallagher – A recent mini-vacation in Barcelona and Madrid (I met my husband in Spain for a week at the end of one of his European academic conferences) made me think that I could be happy living full time in beautiful, historic, vibrant, food-loving Barcelona. For museums and a different kind of city vibe there would be frequent trips to Madrid. Of course, I’d have to learn another language and I wouldn’t...

GOURMET HIGHWAY: “Life In The Carolinas” Salutes S...

By Doc Lawrence – Many places are called heartland, but few deserve the title more than Shelby, the lovely North Carolina town that gave America some of her greatest music and also helped secure independence from England. Both Country Music Hall of Fame member Don Gibson and Bluegrass legend Earl Scruggs were born here and the decisive victory over the British during the Revolutionary War was at nearby King’s Mountain....

Stop and Smell the Roses

By Steven V. Philips – My Grandma, Bertha Nye Philips, was born in North Montpelier, Vermont in 1874. Her daddy owned (then) the oldest continuously run General Store in the USA , which kept on running into the late 1940s. So my great-grand-daddy was a Town Father. He had a marble bathtub, a red one. Among the Nyes’ other “prized things” was a blush-cream-pink, climbing rose, and it’s the background in many...

Two Favorite Sandwiches are Celebrated in April

By Marsha Fottler – Right behind America’s favorite sandwich, the hamburger, come two other classics, the BLT and the grilled cheese sandwich. From toddlers to grown ups, these two sandwiches are made in family homes, in casual food chains and in haute restaurants all over the nation. We celebrate these two tasty sandwiches just about every day of the year, but in April we devote the whole month to the official...

Easy Paleo Recipes

By Anna Dantoni – The Paleo diet is a national craze with many people adopting the plan as a weight-loss regime and then staying with it as a long-term lifestyle choice. Consequently, there are lots of new cookbooks on the market that feed into the trend. The latest is The Paleo Foodie Cookbook by Arsy Vartanian, who has a blog called Rubies and Radishes and is the author The Paleo Slow Cooker. She discovered the Paleo...
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