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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RECIPE: Sacher Torte For National Sacher Torte Day

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TIP OF THE DAY: 22 Ways To Use Sardines, For National Sardines Day

November 28th is National Sardines Day. Every year we make a different dish for our Feast Of The Seven Fishes on Christmas Eve. They’re typically the easiest to make—which is good news, when you’re cooking seven fish dishes. In the U.S., fresh-caught sardine season begins in July and lasts for a few weeks. They’re great…
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