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Food columnist Maggy Button writes, "Before Christmas, I was getting into using my air fryer as a way to eat healthier and with way less fat. Here are a few things I've tried ... sweet potato chips, tilapia, stuffed pork chops and eggplant bites."
I picked up a recipe for Amish sugar cookies decades ago on a trip to Penn Dutch country. I think it came from a motel we stayed at and I managed to talk the owner, who was really Mennonite, into sharing it. The cookies are everything I want in a sugar cookie — soft, a bit chewy and buttery.
Hold an unlit match between your teeth when slicing onions? As everyone knows, old cookbooks compiled by churches, organizations and businesses are one of my favorite book or tag sale finds. In many of these cookbooks there is a section of helpful hints, what we now call kitchen hacks. Here are a few ...
What's better than attending a tea party? Attending a tea party with ginger scones and homemade jam!
If the ingredients for this easy lemon pudding recipe aren't on your shopping list, add them now.
Many of the recipes I now turn to are the ones that can be easily made — and easily frozen. Two of my recent favs are a two-ingredient pumpkin cake that I found in my recipe box and a four-ingredient coconut macaroon that came from my daughter-in-law’s mother.
Food columnist Margaret Button loves recipes that using the basic technique, you can swap out the ingredients to make another variety, creating a new dish. This easy stromboli is just that and will quickly become part of your weeknight dinner rotation.
Friday, as food columnist Margaret Button watched the Berkshires turn into a scene from Disney’s “Frozen,” she decided to try a no-yeast cinnamon roll recipe that had come with a gift box of cinnamon spices she received for Christmas
As I write this column, the Berkshires are covered with a sheet of ice and I wish I had saved some of the cocoa mix and marshmallows I made this Christmas for myself. There’s nothing else on my agenda today, so I’m going to make some for myself. Don’t be intimidated by making the marshmallows. It can be a sticky mess, but they are well worth it!
This stuffing recipe is obviously too late for your Thanksgiving turkey, but Christmas is coming — and it’s great anytime.