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Clam chowder, fish chowder, corn chowder. . . New England chowder, Manhattan chowder, closer to Virginia it’s Hatteras chowder. . . Every once in a while this New Englander craves a good hot bowl of chowder. With snow on the … Continue reading →
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Like the song says, “Baby, it’s COLD outside”! Why not heat up the kitchen with the warm winter time aromatics of a sage stuffed pork loin? This is a typical winter dish in Scandinavia especially in Denmark where they are famous for their … Continue reading →
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PARFAIT: French, literally, something perfect, from parfait perfect, from Latin perfectus. We think of parfaits as that multi layered dessert of ice cream, fruit, and syrup topped with whipped cream, nuts and a maraschino cherry à la DQ. There’s another, more sophisticated … Continue reading →