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This past weekend, I tried to put summer behind me and pack away the cushions, candles and other accoutrements that go with living on the outside deck for four months or more. Too bad Mother Nature … more
"Laws are like sausages — it is better not to see them being made," according to Otto von Bismarck, a conservative Prussian statesman who dominated German and European affairs from the 1860s until 1890. Not so, and the newly published 4th … more
One of my favorite Asian dishes has got to be tangerine beef. But I wanted something with more flavor and tang. Here is the best Yanked recipe with Tangerine Beef in mind, but with a tweek.Sweet and … more
When I first moved to Chicago from North Carolina, I was amazed at the variety of sausages. There were polish sausages, bratwurst, bockwurst, Italian; sweet and hot, among others. At that time, the … more
Did you know "kale" autocorrects to "Jake"? I found this out over Labor Day weekend when I jotted down this month's recipe in the notes section of my phone. I don't know how many of you regularly send texts about kale, but it seems like good info to … more
At this time of year, sweet potatoes become a staple in my kitchen as a source for some great late summer into fall recipes. Sweet potatoes are amazingly versatile. They combine well with so many other foods in soups, stews, salads and desserts. I … more
The arrival of apple season is a worthy consolation prize for the departure of summer. Leaves will soon be turning red and golden brown, but for now, I'm celebrating the original fall flavor (before pumpkin spice syrupy things took over the world): … more
For the better part of the summer, I have been delighted by the enthusiasm my niece, Reese, has had anticipating starting kindergarten this year. From shopping for school clothes, visiting her school and meeting the teacher, looking forward to … more
At the end of a long fall day — after dealing with all the seasonal demands of work and school — you don't want making dinner to be a big deal. What's called for is something that's … more
There are two kinds of pastry lovers. The first orders a pastry and savors it in a moment of bliss, oblivious to the world. The second orders a few pastries and enjoys bites of each, acutely attuned … more
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