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It’s easy. It feeds an army. Freezes well for week-long snacking. And you can mix up the directions and it still works. Thanks to the forgiving quality of pumpkin. Seriously, has anyone ever screwed up a pumpkin dessert? Well, there … Continue reading
T-Day is still a month and a half away, but couldn’t wait to make this lunch fave. The cranberry chutney whips up in the time it takes to eat breakfast, so it’s only a skosh harder to make than a … Continue reading
My favorite T-day leftover sammich. Perfect for watching Rivalry Weekend college football games. Adapted from Kerlin’s Coffee Cache’s lunch menu, circa 1997. BreadCream cheeseCranberry chutneySunflower seedsLeft-over turkey, roughly choppedGreens of any sortOptional: a wee bit of stuffing Safe travels and … Continue reading
What makes Thanksgiving Thanksgiving at your home? Online Surveys & Market Research http://wp.vizu.com/vizu_poll.swf I’ve been thinking about this for a while, and I love Thanksgiving for one primary reason: cranberry jelly. Cranberry chutney, actually. I can’t even remember if we … Continue reading
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