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Farewell 2020

from A Kitchen Survivor.         Anticipating this final column of the year, we hope the new year brings healing and relief for so many. Social engagement, intimate dining and community enclaves gone, seemingly at once.  Oh, for that French bakery we went to every Saturday after the Farmers Market. I am all but tasting the …

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Five Homemade Ornaments to Fill Your Christmas Tree with Love

Many people will be spending more time at home this holiday season. While Christmas and the New Year make look different, family’s are looking forward to creating new traditions within their household.   A full Christmas tree can make one feel warm and cozy. A homemade ornament cannot only help fill those gaps, but it can …

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Welcome the 2020 Holiday Season with Elegant Vegetarian and Vegan Dishes

As the end of a remarkably unusual year draws to a close, My Cooking Magazine’s family and friends are planning to celebrate the upcoming holidays in new ways. One thing that has not changed is the food we will prepare and serve with pride to our loved ones. Of course, we might be sharing our …

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Two Dozen Inns Paint Picturesque Holiday Getaway to Encourage Regional Travel and Boost Morale

Twenty-four inns, beds and breakfast and boutique hotels across the country are banding together to encourage travelers to go it alone, fill their tanks, and seize the season. The promotion, called A Very Drivable Holiday, aims to forge a connection with regional travelers, offer a respite from being stuck at home, and provide a safe …

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