Monthly Archive: November 2016

Endings, and Beginnings for Keegan’s Fresh Seafood

  Just got word from Tom Keegan of  Keegan’s Specialty Seafood Market/Stores that he’s closing his Salem Avenue store after many, many years and devoting full time to his Hyde Park store. Good move for Tom, and as I’ve told his customers who go to the Salem store, Hyde Park is just minutes away. Check …

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Countdown to Thanksgiving: Bread Drying on Wood Stove & Do-Ahead Gravy started

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Bread drying on woodstove It’s Sunday and countdown to Thanksgiving dinner begins now! Most of you already have my do-ahead gravy recipe posted elsewhere. But here it is again, and I’m clarifying it in response to some of your questions. I’m also giving you the recipe twice: the first time with photos and the second …

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Cranberry Celebration Salad like Kroger’s and More Cranberry Relish Salads

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I love that you ask for these recipes every year. So without further ado, here’s enough cranberry recipes to keep you in cranberry heaven long after Thanksgiving! Cranberry celebration salad like Kroger This recipe is one that I get requests for each year. And it’s a keeper for sure. Kroger’s salad has a loose texture, and …

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Fresh Turkey? Here’s how to Season and Roast

Along with my recipe for pumpkin fudge which you already have, I shared a yummy recipe for roasting a fresh turkey. It’s different than a frozen one injected with flavoring solution. Check it out:   Perfect roast turkey, pumpkin fudge round out Thanksgiving http://cin.ci/2fQFCzi via @enquirer

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Flavors of the Bible for Thanksgiving Feast

Flavors of the Bible   I wrote this article for St. Anthony Messenger and wanted to share it with you. Some of the recipes may be familiar to you. The do ahead gravy is almost a cult recipe now. The number of turkey wings used changes from year to year it seems, depending upon the …

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Addictive Pumpkin Fudge

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      ADDICTIVE PUMPKIN FUDGE Joan M. bought a batch of this at a bazaar and the lady who sold it to her didn’t want to share the recipe. “Can you help?” Joan asked. Here’s one from a loyal reader that should work. I adapted her recipe only slightly and it is delicious. The …

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New life and life lost – a rough week

My neighbor, Erin Phillips (phillipsfarmbatavia.com) journals some interesting tidbit of information just about every day. Today she talked about New life and life lost – a rough week. Check out her blog to find out why!   On another note, congrats, Erin and Josh, for having Jungle Jims Fairfield want your eggs. (Jungle Jims Eastgate has …

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7 or 8 Can Soup – You Decide!

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Today’s recipe veers off from the norm in that it cracks the ceiling when it comes to speed scratch foods. Why?The 7-can soup is so popular it’s gone viral. Ree Drummond, from “The Pioneer Woman Cooks,” made the soup on her TV show to rave reviews. So if these recipes are good enough for a …

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