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Tim Vidra

Valentine's Day Lot18

St. Valentine is creeping up on us. This year Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday, allowing plenty of time over the weekend to prepare an incredible meal to enjoy with your significant other at home. Pick one or two courses, or make a… [Read more…]

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Roasted Garlic and Rosemary Lot18

Roasting garlic is one of the simplest and most versatile cooking methods that can be incorporated into a variety of dishes — not to mention it makes your house smell amazing and will ward off any lurking vampires. You probably already… [Read more…]

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DIY Cheese Board Lot18

A guest’s compliment on the table spread provides a wonderful feeling. Being able to reply that you actually made the center serving piece – that much better. With a quick trip to your local hardware store and about 30 minutes of assembly time, you… [Read more…]

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Red Wine Poached Pears Lot18

  The concept to poaching pears is similar to mulling spiced wine. You’re making a mulled wine of sorts, except you add a peeled pear and cook it at just below the boiling point. The liquids are transformed into a… [Read more…]

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  Champagne and Prosecco are classic staples for New Year’s Eve, but I’m more partial to creative, flavorful cocktails. Here are 10 cocktail recipes worthy of ringing in 2016 with a bang! If you are used to the standard Bellini and all… [Read more…]

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