TIP OF THE DAY: A Glamorous Beverage Dispenser Jar

The easy and impressive way to serve party beverages. Photo courtesy Sur La Table.   If you entertain regularly, consider treating yourself to one or more beverage dispensing jars. They’re perfect for dispensing cocktails, iced tea and coffee, juice, lemonade, punch, sangria, even water. Holds more. Not only do they look great on the table;…
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RECIPE: Red, White & Blue Potato Salad

Potato salad is almost imperative at a Memorial Day or Independence Day celebration. With this recipe from Frieda’s Produce, you can make yours red, white and blue. If you can, prepare the potato salad a day in advance, the flavors will have more time to blend. RECIPE: POTATO SALAD FOR MEMORIAL DAY & INDEPENDENCE DAY…
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PRODUCT: Kozy Shack’s Cinnamon Raisin Bread Pudding Rocks

We love it: Kozy Shack Apple Cinnamon bread pudding. Photo courtesy Kozy Shack.   We are despondent when we should be happy. Why? We’ve just finished our last four-pack of Kozy Shack Apple Cinnamon Bread Pudding, and our two closest markets don’t carry it. (Supermarkets in New York City are on the small side, owing…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Ways To Enjoy Fruit Liqueur

If you’ve got bottles of fruit liqueur that don’t see much action, take them off the shelf and put them to use! Liqueurs were first produced by medieval alchemists as medicines. Some were noted for their digestive benefits and became after-dinner drinks, served in small liqueur glasses or on the rocks. Start experimenting with your…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Edible Flowers

Have a bite of borage. The beautiful blossom tastes like cucumber. Photo by Karma Pema | IST.   Have you ever eaten a flower? Mankind has been eating them for millennia in cultures worldwide. They just haven’t taken off yet in the modern United States, except in the hands of caterers and artisan bakers. Beginning…
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