TIP OF THE DAY: Savory Tomato Clafoutis

Clafoutis (cluh-FOO-tee) is a rustic tart, initially made with cherries in the Limousin region of south-central France, where black cherry trees abound. Today, other stone fruits and berries are also used. When other kinds of fruit are used instead of cherries—apples, berries, pears, other stone fruits including prunes—dried plums—the dish is properly called a flaugnarde…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Bake A Pie For National Pie Day

January 23rd is National Pie Day (see all the American food holidays). Which pie should you choose for your celebration? The pie-sibilities are endless. The most popular pies, according to a survey* sponsored by the makers of Mrs. Smith’s and Edwards desserts: Apple pie remains the perennial favorite, chosen by 27% of the voters. This…
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