Nut fats and oils can be good for you, some extremely good
Nuts have gotten a bad rap for being fattening, but they can be very good for you.
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A definite narrative arc
This menu book "has more exclaimation points than a teenage girl's diary," but is full of menus and the memories behind them.
Long Island Grown II: Food and Beverage Artisans at Work
“easy as eating pie.”
Making pie may not be brain surgery, but it’s not as easy as it is reputed to be.
“a bowl of blessedness.”
Chili of a dozen varieties and all the fixings was in abundance at the return of the Clamshell Foundation’s Great Bonac Chili Cookoff at the Amagansett American Legion on Sunday.
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Those participating included, above, Fred Overton, and below, Kim Kenney, who took first place among the amateurs.
Amy Pilkington, Kathryn Menu, and Debbie Geppert, who served as judges along with Laura Donnelly.
A big pot of chili can turn up the heat in winter.
The author’s friend Joey likes Frito pie.
Bologna sandwiches are one of David Chang’s guilty pleasures. Laura Donnelly
Bean, or legume, soups can be virtuous and vegan, or enriched with cream
Legumes, plain or fancy, make an inexpensive, filling, and warming soup in the colder months.
Meal planning was of supreme importance
When cooking on an island vacation, choose fresh produce from nearby for vibrantly colored salads and other creations.
A farm market and a good supermarket, if available, go a long way toward gathering supplies in an island paradise. Otherwise, bringing essentials is a good idea.Laura Donnelly
Jerking and smoking meats and fish can bring you back to a primal era