FOOD FUN: Pie Decoration

[1] An elegant two-crust blueberry pie, with a sprinkle of decorating sugar (photo courtesy King Arthur Flour). [2] Cut-outs are an easy way to decorate a one-crust pie (photo courtesy American Pie Council).   January 23rd is National Pie Day, a celebration for pie lovers everywhere. Few of us would pass up a piece of…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Build Up Your Pastrami Sandwich

[1] The classic pastrami sandwich: piled high on rye with bickles, cole slaw and Dr. Brown soda (photo courtesy P J Bernstein Deli | NYC). [2] Pastrami on a roll with Swiss cheese, lettuce and tomato and red cabbage, watercress and mayonnaise (photo courtesy Dietz & Watson). [3] With melted cheddar on a brioche roll…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Celebrate The First National Tea Day

[1] A tea estate in China. While China is the world’s largest tea-producing nation, it keeps most of what it grows for its own consumption.(photo courtesy The Meaning Of Tea). [2] The top three leaves of the bush, called “two leaves and a bud,” are the only leaves used in premium tea (photo courtesy Tea…
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