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Amalfi Dreams

By Chelsea Ferguson Linde – I was at my peak. I had a 60-day wedding countdown on my mind, excessive amounts of obligations tied to family and friends, the weight of a busy season at work, and the overwhelming feeling that I could not “do it all”. My solution, a well-deserved girls-getaway with my life-long friend, to the Amalfi Coast of Italy. From the cobble stone streets, endless servings of pasta and wine, and...

Quintessential Quinoa Salad

By Lori Rodgers – Springtime is upon us and it’s a perfect time to enjoy some tasty salads. I have so many favorites it was difficult to choose just three. I decided upon a selection of savory, crunchy and fruity. First up is a longtime staple for my family, savory quinoa salad.  If you are not familiar with quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah),  this is a perfect introduction. An ancient super grain with a multitude of...

Reflections from An Evening with Ina Garten

By Lori Rodgers – I wouldn’t be surprised if most Flavors & More readers know more about Ina Garten than I do. For now, that is. On a tip from an industry insider and friend (Chef Judi), I took advantage of the opportunity to see the Barefoot Contessa in Tampa recently. I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect and I was so busy in the weeks preceding the date that I neglected to invite a guest. So I...

5 Holiday Traditions for Newly Weds

By Chelsea Alaine Ferguson – Holiday-time has a magic to it. There is an endearing feeling in the atmosphere, people are more kind and willing to give a little more, there are events with snow, lights, music and children are bursting with happiness as they anticipate the arrival of Santa. Holiday-time is also romantic. You have seen the commercials. This is the time when a lot of men lower one knee and sweep their...

MyRedBag – Dinner Solved. Shopping Easy.

By Jon Broderick – I grew up in an Italian family that believed the experience surrounding food should be much more than the final act of eating. Deciding what to cook, everyone contributing ingredients, and the cooking itself were social experiences that brought my family and friends closer, and made the meal itself that much more enjoyable. But since going out into the world myself, often my cooking aspirations are...

Passion for Food

By Lori Rodgers – My passion for fine food began at an early age. I started reading Gourmet magazine when I was 8 years old. Much to my mother’s dismay, I loved to experiment with unusual combinations of the items in our refrigerator. And then I would do my best to convince my family members to taste these concoctions. The results weren’t always edible, but that didn’t stop me. The more complicated the...
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