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Ginger is one of those kitchen pantry staples with hidden, magical qualities.
This year’s 300 pound, edible replica of the White House sits on life-size, custom hearth made of cookies.
This pork dish is a great and easy-to-prepare choice for a chilly winter day.
What makes these muffins perfect for a snow day? The ingredients are simple, you probably have them on hand, and older kids can make them with no supervision.
With snow on the ground in Portland today, it's time for some hearty recipes! Here are some great choices.
A fan of power bars for a healthy kick of energy? This homemade version of a Larabar is just as tasty, and easier on your wallet, than the packaged ones.
Add vegetable stock to your leftovers and you can make a soup out of this versatile dish.
I’m finally learning to embrace raw greens, and this salad has become my favorite filling and flavorful lunch or light dinner.
Alcohol-infused baked goods like cookies and pies are great ways to use leftover holiday liquor.
Filled with creamy cheese and the surprising bite of radish, these rolls ups are a quick and easy appetizer that guests will love.
This revelatory fish dish would work well served with steamed or grilled veggies on the side.
Pinterest is a great resource for recipes, and there’s an abundance of ideas – hash, Pop Tarts, Nachos and more - to use up Thanksgiving leftovers on the addictive site.
This is a great, all-natural way to make your home smell inviting.
The chef of PBS’ long running “Ciao Italia” taught me to make this flavorful, seasonal salad that would be a perfect side dish for Thanksgiving and other holiday meals.
For a limited time, this guide to pulling off a traditional Thanksgiving dinner with style from the former New York Times restaurant critic is a bargain in eBook form.
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