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Weather Outside Frightful? Make Something Delightf...

By Marsha Fottler – Nothing is so delicious, warming and calming as a big mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter’s night. Even if you’re lactose intolerant, you can enjoy hot chocolate and there is every reason to make hot chocolate part of your winter routine. Sipping a steaming mug of this delicious and ancient brew calms the nerves, comforts the body and nourishes the soul. There are so many versions and flavor...

Dinner Party With Four Wines

By Sean Murphy, Proprietor, Beach Bistro and Eat Here We once had a baby-sitter who gave our son a time out for playing with his food. We kept our son and got rid of the baby-sitter. People like to play with their food. It gets way more fun when they can also play with their wine at the same time. Here are some suggestions for your next dinner party.   The First Course Make the first course a miniature smorgasbord of...

New Cookbook for Gluten-Free Success

By Chelsea Ferguson – “The Warm Kitchen,” is an essential manual for gluten-free cooking. A must-read for the home chef, it is written and inspired by the experiences of Amy Fothergill. The content of the book evolved when Amy’s infant daughter developed severe food sensitivities which gave Fothergill’s explorations into alternative food preparation a sense of both urgency and passion. However, don’t gluten-free alarm...

10 Foods For Me and Thee in 2014

By Chef Judi Gallagher – There are a few foods that I started eating about a year ago in restaurants or at a friend’s home or sometimes because I brought them home to cook. In my job, I taste and evaluate foods all day long, but there are always some that become personal favorites. Here are my new prize-winners and I’m going to eat a lot more of them in 2014. Most are healthy choices, but there are a few guilty...

Best Kitchen Trends for 2014

By Marsha Fottler – Next to the master bedroom, the kitchen is the largest room in the average size American home, coming in at 300 square feet in a 2,500-square foot new home. The kitchen – unquestionably the most important gathering place in the home – takes up about 11 percent of the space in a dwelling. The kitchen is the room most often remodeled and it’s the room that usually “sells” a home to a prospective...

A Wine Like Audrey Hepburn

By Sean Murphy, Proprietor, Beach Bistro – The wine-learning process is belabored by the sheer volume of “BS” in the conversation. Someone in the wine crowd is always out to impress. I recently encountered a patron in my restaurant who was determined to intimidate me with her wine knowledge. She was a self-proclaimed wine aficionado. She had taken courses. I was duly warned. She then proceeded to add an...
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