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  • Seasons Greetings

    Now that fall is in full swing, it’s time to celebrate all that Autumn has to offer. Whether you’re baking your in-season sweets or hosting a harv...
  • Making the Maple Syrup Grade

    Maple syrup is a sweet and sugary substance made from the sap of maple trees. This popular pancake and waffle topping has been consumed for centur...
  • Picking Pumpkin Species

    It’s pumpkin season, and there are a wide variety of gourd-eous selections to bring home from the patch. Among the classic orange carving pumpkins...
  • Give 'Em Pumpkin to Talk About

      Halloween is well on the way, and there’s no better way to christen the season than snacking on candy corn and carving up some jack-o’- lanterns...
  • How to Pair Pasta & Sauce Like a Pro

    Tossing pasta with sauce may seem like an easy task; simply pour your sauce on whatever pasta you have in the pantry. However, pasta pairing is a ...
  • The Goodness of Ginger

    Ginger is a common culinary ingredient with extraordinary medicinal properties. The thick, light brown shoots we see in grocery stores come from t...
  • Appealing Ways to Repurpose Apple Scraps

    When you’re through baking with apples, don’t toss your scraps away. The skin and core can have a repurposed apple-ly ever after. When life gives ...
  • The Apple of Your Eye

    There are thousands of apple varieties grown across the U.S.A., with flavors ranging from sweet and honey-like to tangy and tart. An apple is a ve...
  • Go Green With Composting

    Composting 101 Did you know you can benefit the environment, and your wallet, right in your kitchen? Instead of throwing away your fruit and veggi...
  • 3 Knives to Sharpen Your Tool Kit

      With such a wide variety of knives on the market, you may feel overwhelmed when selecting a set. Some knife styles are a cut above the rest, and...
  • Shelling Your Seafood

    As we approach the tail-end of the lobster eating season, there’s still some time to cook up seafood crowd favorites. When a recipe calls for lobst...
  • The Whole Story on Whole Grains

    On the back of your bread-based products, you may find the words whole grain, whole wheat, or multigrain. Upon first inspection, these terms may s...