Elegant And Easy: A Beautiful Way To Use That Rhubarb You’re Throwing In The Freezer

FARGO – I’ve spoken before about the ginormous rhubarb plant in my backyard. Suffice it to say it has not shrunk in the past year or two – in fact, I’m thinking we might see if it’s eligible for it’s own zip code. What that means exactly is that in late spring and early summer,…
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Spicy, Cold And Creamy: Turn Thai Iced Tea Into Cupcakes

FARGO – It’s not surprising that “National Iced Tea Day” would fall on a Saturday in June (the 10th to be exact). No drink is more associated with hot summer days than iced tea – particularly in the southern part of the United States where sweet tea is nearly a religion. Up here in the…
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Celebrate ‘National Wine Day’ With Themed-Cookies

FARGO – That sound you’re hearing today is the sound of wine lovers everywhere celebrating the glory of their favorite beverage. Maybe they’re toasting one another or maybe just saying “ahhhh” as they sip their favorite Pinot Grigio or Merlot. Today – May 25th – is National Wine Day. What a glorious time to be…
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Is One-Pot Pasta As Good As Traditional Pasta?

Ask just about any American mom or dad what they might choose for a quick and easy home-cooked weeknight meal and they might just tell you: pasta. After all, many of us keep boxes of dried pasta in our cupboards. Boil a little water, throw in the dried noodles, cook for 10 minutes, drain the…
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Tiny Bites Of Childhood Favorites For Big Grad Memories

It’s not a bad thing really. During the next few weeks many of us will spend meal times standing in someone else’s garage eating dinner off of a paper plate. It’s graduation season in all it’s scotcheroo-eating 7-up/sherbet punch-drinking glory. For graduates it’s their day to be king or queen–to pick their favorite foods–and watch…
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