Monthly Archive: March 2016

Overnight Cinnamon Coffeecake

Rita’s crunchy overnight Easter cinnamon coffeecake I love this coffeecake!  It’s perfect for an Easter or spring brunch.  Plus leftovers make a nice sweet touch to a cup of hot tea. There are two ways to make this:  Bake right away or  if refrigerated overnight, allow extra baking time. You can also let it sit …

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Homemade matzo

One of my most memorable catering events was a Jewish Seder supper. Now I will tell you this was years ago, and I knew very little about the Seder supper celebrated on Passover. Well, about that time, our Catholic church held a Seder supper and I helped with the food. One of the items we …

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Congrats to my friends at Henke Winery

Henke Winery barrels, Cincinnati Ohio My friend Joe and his wife at Henke Winery here in urban Cincinnati just got selected as one of the top urban wineries in the country!  Nice going, my friends! Here’s the link:  http://www.winemag.com/listicle/the-countrys-top-urban-wineries/ Cincinnati, Ohio In the 1850s, Ohio was the largest wine producer in the United States, with …

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Eat that core!

On the pineapple, that is. Both the flesh and the core have generous amounts of vitamin C, good for your immune system, and the core has just as much manganese for proper bone formation and copper as the flesh does. And next time you go to peel a kiwi, don’t!  The peel has fiber plus …

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