RECIPE: Crispy Sweet Potato Roast

This roasted potato dish is similar to a Provençal tian. Even if you’re serving a traditional sweet potato dish, make these, too! Photo courtesy Reclaiming Provincial | Vermont Creamery.   During the holiday season, one of America’s great producers of artisan butters, Vermont Creamery, creates a variation of their award winning Cultured Butter: Cultured Butter…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: International Waffle Day

International Waffle Day, which originated in Sweden, is celebrated in the U.S. on March 25th. There is a separate National Waffle Day, celebrated on August 24th, that was originally created to honor the waffle iron. The net of it is, you can celebrate a waffle holiday twice a year! Prepared sweet or savory, they can…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Real Maple Syrup

With maple syrup, as with most things, you’ve got to pay attention to the details. The next time you drown your pancakes in sweet syrup, ask yourself what you’re pouring on that stack. Do you know the difference between maple syrup and pancake syrup? Many bottles of what appears to be maple syrup are simply…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Celebrate National French Toast Day

Celebrate National French Toast Day! Photo courtesy MackenzieLtd.com. November 28th is National French Toast Day, so celebrate! This tasty treat is usually made with plain white bread, but some people enjoy it even more made with challah, brioche, cinnamon swirl bread or raisin bread. 1. Beat an egg with some milk, soak the bread thoroughly…
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