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Bedevil those Easter Eggs

Get cracking with Rita and Rosie’s Deviled Easter Eggs!  Of course, Rita’s have a splash of bitters — but wait! How about Rosie’s mashed potato deviled eggs? A combo of mashed potato flakes, cheddar and bacon bits. Think of warm twice-baked potatoes tucked into a deviled egg. Either way, both recipes are unique. Bitters adds an umami flavor of… Read more

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Champagne Vinegar Dessert Syrup

Champagne dessert syrup

Champagne Vinegar Dessert Syrup Prep time 12-15 minutes + 30-40 minutes to cool Makes 2/3 cup (enough for 6-8 servings) 2/3     cup Holland House Champagne Vinegar 1/4      cup water 3/4      cup brown sugar, packed             Vanilla ice cream             Sliced strawberries, or whole raspberries, blackberries or blueberries Stir together champagne vinegar, water and brown sugar in a 2… Read more

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Salad Dressings — homemade or store-bought?

Both!  We like homemade and a few bottled dressings. Homemade salad dressings are easy to make, while store-bought can be embellished with simple additions like lemon peel or toasted sesame oil. Yes, there’s a daunting selection of bottled dressings, and you have to try many ($$) to find the flavor you like that is not too high… Read more

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Asian Persuasion Summer Salads

Thai Rice Salad with Three Herbs Makes 8 servings. 1/2  cup seasoned rice vinegar 2     tablespoons peanut oil 1     tablespoon soy sauce 1     tablespoon packed brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon hot chili oil, optional 4     cups cooked short grain brown rice* 1/2 cup shredded carrots 1     medium cucumber, seeded and sliced 2    green onions, sliced 1/3 cup each chopped cilantro, mint… Read more

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