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Welcome to the early spring edition of My Cooking Magazine

Welcome to the early spring edition of My Cooking Magazine. Spring brings memories of hope with cherry blossoms beginning to sneak out of their hidden winter branches, and the first of the tulips are starting to sprout from the ground. This year especially, we all need the added hope that spring brings. It is hard …

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Recipes for the Holiday Pandemic

Our tables may look different this year, but we are so grateful for Zoom guests and a chance to change things up. While I am used to getting up at 4 am for hair and makeup and going live on tv for turkey 911, then rushing home to pop 2 turkeys in the oven and …

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Holiday Cookie Tips

So many types of cookies to share during the holiday season! Sharing a few tips to pass on. Social distance cookie sharing by wearing your mask, leaving a pan of homemade goodness at their doorstep and knowing both friends and strangers need a cookie and a smile. Chocolate chip cookies: Everyone has their opinion about …

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Falling for Fall

I love fall. The colors, the flavors, the cooling weather. Any one of these would inspire a cook to take out the rolling pin and apple peeler and start mixing the cinnamon and melted butter. If you ask me if I like to bake, I often say it depends on what season. Autumn is for …

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Meet the Chef

Meet the Country’s Most talented Halloween Cake Maker and Award-Winning Culinary Pastry Artist She won The Food Network Halloween Challenge and is the mother of four lovely children. How does she do it all? Meet Pastry Chef Lyndsay from Jack Dusty at The Ritz Carlton. How hard was it to apply and be accepted into …

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Can you really trust a skinny chef?

Keto and Paleo and garden-fresh common sense Personally, I have never been “skinny”. In fact, I have battled the muffin top and extra 30 pounds a food critic carries. I have however learned to balance using mostly a Paleo / South Beach kind of eating plan on those distinct days I am not in the …

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St. Patrick’s Day Cocktails

Sparkling Mint Mojito Ingredients 5 oz Sparkling Ice Lemon Lime 1 ½ oz White rum 6 Mint leaves lightly muddled Splash of lime Directions Combine all ingredients in a shaker with ice. Shake and pour into a chilled tall glass. Garnish with a lime slice.   Ginger Sage Cocktail SERVINGS: 8-10 INGREDIENTS 1 bottle of …

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Full Fall Flavors

We all know that pumpkins and smaller squash are making the seasonal appearance. From the Northern farms, these creamy, sweet vegetables are joined by the first of the fall, tart McIntosh apples – and, of course, crisp, fresh pressed apple cider. When I lived in New England I planned picnics almost every weekend at these …

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Thanksgiving Recipes

BOURSIN AND MUSHROOM STUFFING This boursin and mushroom stuffing is an impressive alternative to traditional stuffing. The combination of the Black Truffle Sea Salt, candied mushrooms, and Boursin cheese creates a creamy, savory flavor unlike any other stuffing, resulting in a simple gourmet dish perfect for impressing guests. Ingredients From The Spice & Tea Exchange®2 tsp Black …

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