TIP OF THE DAY: Sunday Sauce Or Sunday Gravy & A Spaghetti Dinner

[1] Serve a Sunday spaghetti dinner with GIY (garnish-your-own) platters of meats and vegetables (photo © DeLallo). [2] You can roast just a few vegetables or a whole feast of them (photo © Pampered Chef). [3] Add shishito peppers to pasta? Consider them a substitute for crushed red pepper flakes. Here’s the recipe from Nutmeg…
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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: North South Confections’ Splendid Artisan Chocolates

Minds may be wandering to Halloween candy at this time of year, but we’ve found our favorite treat: a box of chocolates from North South Confections. These are not your typical box of artisan chocolates; but rather, the best combination of fruit, caramel and chocolate we’ve ever tasted. Chocolatier Justine Pringle starts with 100% fresh…
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RECIPE: Pumpkin Spice Latte Ice Cream Pops

[1] A seasonal snack: Pumpkin Spice Latté ice pops (photo © Zoku). [2] Instant espresso powder has many uses. Check them out (photo © King Arthur Baking). [3] Look for instant espresso powder in your grocer’s coffee aisle (photo © Medaglia d’Oro).   This seasonal ice cream pop recipe comes to us from Zoku, the…
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RECIPE: Pumpkin Spice Popcorn

October is National Popcorn Poppin’ Month. It’s also The Nibble’s unofficial holiday, Pumpkin Spice Month. We’re very fond of this Maple Pumpkin Spice Pecan Popcorn recipe. But here’s something simpler, Pumpkin Spice Popcorn that uses ingredients you already have in your kitchen. It’s a sweet treat, with the added benefit of lots of fiber from…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Halloween Cheeses For True Cheese Lovers

[1] This gouda from Basiron in Holland is infused with pesto. Get it at iGourmet (photo © iGourmet). [2] Coupole, from Vermont Creamery, is one of our favorite goat cheeses. The brain-like surface is caused by Geotrichum candidum, a fungus that colonizes nearly all fungal surface-ripened cheeses during the early stages of ripening. Here’s more…
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