Blood Orange Sangria Recipe & Types Of Blood Oranges

[1] A delicious winter sangria made with the season’s blood oranges (photo © Salt And Wind). [2] There are three varieties of blood orange. This is the rosiest, the Moro (photo © Gelson’s Markets). [3] The Tarocco variety is less rosy, but just as delicious (photos #2 and #3 © Good Eggs). [4] Blood oranges…
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Easy Scallion Pancakes Recipe For The Lunar New Year

The Year Of The Tiger began February 1st and lasts through February 15th. There’s lots of time to celebrate with traditional dishes. We’re having one a day—as simple as a few dumplings and ending up the celebration with Peking Duck (roasted and served with pancakes, scallions, and hoisin sauce). There are more recipes below. Also…
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Spaghetti Frittata, a.k.a. Spaghetti Pie Recipe, For National Spaghetti Day

[1] Spaghetti pie, a.k.a. spaghetti fritatta (photos #1 and #2 © Greatest Tomatoes From Europe). [2] Canned tomatoes from Italy are processed with modern, hygenic techniques. [3] Caprese fritatta tomatoes, basil, mozzarella. Here’s the recipe (photo © eMeals). [4] Salmon frittata with potatoes, capers and dilo (photo © Sitka Salmon Shares). [5] Potatoes and broccoli…
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Maple Syrup Recipes For National Maple Syrup Day

[1] The different colors represent the different grades of maple syrup (all photos © Pure Maple From Canada). [2] Maple Syrup Taffy On A Stick. You can make it plain, or roll it in bacon, dried cranberries, nuts and more. The recipe is below. [3] Maple syrup goes way beyond breakfast, like this Sheet Pan…
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Biscuit Recipes For National Biscuits & Gravy Day

December 14th is National Biscuits & Gravy Day. Biscuits and gravy emerged as a Southern regional dish after the Revolutionary War (1775–1783), when foodstuffs and cash were in short supply. Breakfast was the most substantial meal of the day, to fuel people for the hard work ahead. Biscuits covered in gravy made from meat drippings,…
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