Food & Dining
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This is a gorgeous spread that’s pretty looking and really delicious. Every time I make it, someone requests the recipe. And, because it’s better if it sits a while, it can be made the day ahead. The original called for cold cream … more
Sables are such a decadent treat this time of year. I make the sweet, cinnamon variety to add to a cookie tray or serve with eggnog or punch and the Provençal Sables made with cheese and herbs to serve with cocktails or wine. They’re … more
With the good brands of frozen meatballs on the market now, cocktail meatballs are an easy addition to a party or holiday buffet. This recipe, which uses a kind of sweet and sour sauce, is so easy. It’s also very popular and requested for potlucks … more
This is my favorite paté recipe. I just love chicken liver paté; but, I know it’s one of those things people love or hate. I can’t remember where the recipe came from. I’ve had it forever. But, friends of ours who love it told me … more
After making cranberry bread recently, I had a cup of cranberries left over. So, I went online and looked for a chicken recipe that would use them up. I couldn’t find exactly what I wanted, but tweaked a couple of recipes and came up with this … more
These mini-pies are a little fussy to make, but very popular and can be made a couple of days ahead, which is good for holiday planning. I usually make the dough one day, refrigerate it and make the pies the next day. They also could be made … more
Spiced nuts are popular, easy to make and can be made ahead — the perfect entertaining snack for the busy holiday season. Savory versions are good with wine and cocktails. You can add some chopped, fresh herbs during the last 10 minutes of … more
This time of year, I start making soup every week. I can prepare it on Sunday and then serve it on a night I come home late (and don’t feel like cooking). Add biscuits, fresh bread or a simple salad and you have a hearty dinner now that autumn has … more
As anyone who has lived in the area for more than a few years can tell you, it wasn't all that long ago that if you wanted to go out for something new and different to eat, something creative or cutting edge, you had to head to Providence or … more
We have a love-hate relationship with our seasons here in New England, and as hard as it is to say goodbye to long, warm days, autumn arrives with a blaze of color and bounty of comfort foods that make it hard to resist. Before it gets too cold, … more
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