FOOD HOLIDAY: The History Of Corned Beef Hash For National Corned Beef Hash Day

September 27th is National Corned Beef Hash Day. When life gives you corned beef, make corned beef hash. Hash is a mixture of foods cut into small pieces. The term derives from the French hacher (ah-SHAY), which means “to chop.” To make corned beef hash, the chopped beef is typically mixed with chopped onions, diced…
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PRODUCT: Alden’s Ice Cream For National Organic Month

[1] It all starts with organic milk. See why organic milk is better for you (all photos © Alden’s Organic). [2] Just give us a spoon! (The flavors: Peanut Butter Fudge, Birthday Cake, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.) [4] Freckled Mint Chip, one of the great dairy-free flavors. [5] Three types of ice cream sandwiches: traditional…
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RECIPE: Turkey Pot Pie For National Great American Pot Pie Day

September 23rd is National Great American Pot Pie Day—a day to celebrate a classic comfort food.. You’ll like this recipe so much, that you’ll plan to make it again with Thanksgiving turkey leftovers. It’s a complete dish on its own, but caterer Lesley Stowe, who created it for Thanksgiving leftovers, says to “feel free to…
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