TIP OF THE DAY: Stuffed Delicata Squash

[1] Baked delicata squash cut into cylinders and served with a poached egg and sautéed vegetables (photo courtesy Vaucluse | NYC). [2] You can stuff the squash with grains (photo of grain bowl with sliced squash courtesy Good Eggs | SF). [3] Another options: slices of roast delicata squash in a green salad (photo courtesy…
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RECIPE: Pumpkin, Sausage & Sage Risotto

This weekend we “discovered” a package of arborio rice, way back on a shelf in our very deep pantry. We decided to use it. We don’t know how long it had been there, but white rice kept in good condition (no moisture, no excess heat) can last at least 4-5 years. If vacuum sealed, it…
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RECIPE: Fluffernutter Pie For National Fluffernutter Day

October 8th is National Fluffernutter Day, honoring an American sandwich that has been beloved by generations: a combination of Fluff marshmallow cream and peanut butter. The invention of smooth, creamy Marshmallow Fluff in Massachusetts led to many recipes, including the Fluffernutter Sandwich, a combination of Marshmallow Fluff and peanut butter. Today we have a Fluffernutter…
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