TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Beer Jellies From Potlicker Kitchen

[1] Four of the 10 flavors of beer jelly (all photos courtesy Potlicker Kitchen). [2] Seasonal flavors are also produced. [3] Cook and bake to your heart’s content. How about peanut butter and jelly cups with beer jelly? [4] Beer jelly is a delicious glaze for proteins, and makes an easy sauce.   For a…
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RECIPE: Garlic-Roasted Cauliflower

Roasted cauliflower is a popular side dish in our home. Leftovers can be reheated, served cold with a vinaigrette, or added to a green salad. Our most recent discovery: Add some blue cheese dressing and toothpicks, and serve them with wine and beer. This recipe is from Chef Adrianne Calvo, of Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant…
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HOLIDAY GIFTS

We haven’t begun holiday shopping yet. But we’re not worried. Our list isn’t huge; and since no one we know needs any material possession we can afford, we long ago settled on disposable gifts—i.e., food. This year we have three favorites (and might we add, we’re gifting all three to ourself, as well).    …
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TIP OF THE DAY: Potato Fondue With Baby Potatoes

You may have used potatoes in an assortment of fondue dippers, but they can be served on their own with a pot of warm, dripping cheese. Try potato fondue as a first course at dinner (photo #1), or a light main course with an added protein dipper (ham, sausage or turkey chunks) and a salad.…
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RECIPE: Tea Brack, An Irish Sweet Bread

[1] Brack, an Irish tea bread, is traditionally round (photo courtesy King Arthur Flour). [2] But it can be a rectangular loaf (photo courtesy Stasty). [3] Enjoy it with a cup of tea (photo AG Photographer | Canstock).   Brack is short for barmbrack, a traditional Irish sweet bread. The original barmbrack was a yeast…
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