Dill The Most Important Culinary Herb In Scandinavia

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The ancient herb, Anethum graveolens or Fernleaf dill as it is commonly known, was mentioned some 5,000 years ago in early Egyptian writings. It is the most important culinary herb in Scandinavia, as popular as parsley is in other parts of the world. The word ‘dill’ stems from the Old Norse word dilla, meaning “to […]


Entertain Easily At Brunch

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Even if you’ve got a hectic end-of-the-year schedule, you can gather family and friends for a joyous holiday celebration. Entertaining can be relatively carefree and inexpensive if you plan a casual brunch. Brunch is generally served between the traditional hours for breakfast and lunch, a convenient time that leaves the evening free for you and […]


Delicious Breads To Help You Close The Whole Grain Gap

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Many Americans view themselves as healthy eaters and, according to a recent survey on the subject, 45 percent say they adhere to a healthy diet. But there may only be a grain of truth to that self-reported percentage. On the first anniversary of the 2005 Food Pyramid recommendations from USDA, statistics show that Americans have […]


Festive Family Favorites Get A Facelift

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Every family differs when it comes to holiday dinner traditions. Some never stray from Grandma’s fruitcake recipe while other families, a bit more adventurous, explore cookbooks and magazines to uncover a new dish. Chef Andrew Schloss believes a happy medium exists between the traditional and the not-so-customary holiday meal and offers three quick and convenient […]