A Sage Choice

“Sage properly prepared will retard that rapid progress of decay that treads upon…
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Grateful for Gourds

The cold winds that bite during the chilly months of January and February…
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A Timeline for Entertaining

Deciding to throw a party is always fun, but when it comes to…
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About Thyme

“I know a bank whereon the wild thyme blows.” — William Shakespeare, A…
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Not Just a Side

Traditional family recipes are hard to beat when it comes to Thanksgiving dinner.…
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The Oil of Conversation

There is something wonderful about gathering a group of friends to taste whiskey.…
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Going Nuts

Three or four generations back, a goodly portion of the population in South…
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The New Ice Age

Imagine being at a small gathering and, when your hostess hands you a beverage,…
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Ode to Oregano

Oregano is a shrub-like herb that grows upright or in a creeping manner,…
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Frightfully Delicious

No matter how old we are, a Halloween party with festive decorations, fun…
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Blue-Ribbon Recipes

Stepping into the kitchen to create a dish can take a certain level…
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Set the Bar

If you are just in the planning stages of a wedding, “stock the bar”…
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