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St. Patty’s Day Recipes

Green Matcha Milkshake I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICED GREEN! Get the whole family together to make this easy, matcha inspired dessert shake. Simply mix, pour, and top with whipped cream to enjoy! Ingredients: From TSTE 2 TBS TSTE Sweet Matcha, plus extra for topping From the Grocer 8 oz 2% milk 2 cups vanilla ice cream Whipped cream, as needed Preparation: BLEND TSTE Sweet Tea Matcha, milk and vanilla ice cream...

Best-Selling Author Susie Fishbein Brings Internat...

Kosher by Design Brings It Home is Susie’s final installment in the Kosher by Design cookbook series. Fifteen years ago Susie Fishbein set out to bring a sense of elegance and beauty to kosher cooking.  Creating innovative recipes for holidays as well as every day meals, to unique table settings and floral arrangements, the Kosher by Design cookbook series was born.  With over 500,000 copies sold, Susie is the definitive...

Successful Dieting in Spite of Holiday Temptations

By Marsha Fottler – If you’re into a weight loss/healthy living program and doing pretty well with your diet and exercise lifestyle routines, you realize you’ve got to chart a smart course through the holiday season (now through about the middle of January) that helps you sidestep social gatherings which are minefields of sweet temptation. You don’t want to give up the gains you’ve made. Stay focused and positive. To...

Common Turkey-Day Problems Solved

By Chef Judi Gallagher – The year that I graduated from Johnson & Wales and became a working chef (1980), my parents declared that the school tuition was worth every cent, because I could now make perfect gravy at holiday time. Four years after graduation, I opened my first restaurant in a seaside town in Massachusetts. Over the years no matter where I’ve cooked and taught  – on television, in restaurants, ...

Holiday Peppermint Perfection

By Chef Judi Gallagher – Oh, peppermint. With the exception of pumpkin at Thanksgiving, there’s not really another flavor that heralds a holiday—in this case, Christmas—as well as this candy flavor does. Peppermint’s got quite the history. The word “peppermint” comes from Greek mythology, the result of a love triangle between Hades, his wife Persephone and a nymph named Minthe. The herb, which is a naturally occurring...

Start Your Own Holiday Drinks Tradition

By Marsha Fottler – My sister and brother-in-law gifted me with mulled wine that they made together in batches and bottled for friends and relatives to enjoy during the holiday season. Kate and Bruce told me to serve it warm in demitasse cups as an aperitif or late at night while sitting in front of the fire and relaxing. I’m also going to keep a little cup on the counter where I wrap holiday presents and sip while I...
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