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Newbury Park cook's pesto recipe a versatile staple

Newbury Park cook's pesto recipe a versatile staple

12/21 13:17 Anonymous 0

Buy PhotoCook du jour Bharathur, of Newbury Park, shares her recipe for Pesto Pasta.Many of these meals are infused with a pesto sauce that generally features walnuts instead of pine nuts because walnuts are a “superfood” that are flavorful and heart-healthy.

Eggnog: Here’s how to make the seasonal staple

Eggnog: Here’s how to make the seasonal staple

12/20 17:39 Anonymous 0

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By Frank Whitman


Updated 11:52 am, Wednesday, December 20, 2017





















































Photo: Frank Whitman / For Hearst Connecticut Media













Photo: Frank Whitman / For Hearst Connecticut Media










Photo: Frank Whitman / For Hearst Connecticut Media








Eggnog with cinnamon and nutmeg.Photo: Frank Whitman / For Hearst Connecticut Media








Plenty of choice for store-brought if you must.

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The rise of vinegar: from staple to status symbol | Life and style

11/27 09:34 Anonymous 0

In the 80s, balsamic vinegar arrived, though it reached the provinces only slowly; it was the 90s before I caught sight of it, splashed in all its shiny brownness across a dish of mozzarella at an establishment (Wiz?Doubtless it has not escaped your notice that vinegar is suddenly a big deal






Cut to 2017.

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Tamales: a holiday staple and tradition

11/21 20:07 Anonymous 0

1 million tamales sold every year for the holiday season.There is more to Latin culture than piñatas, just as there are countless recipes for tamales, a holiday staple in many parts of Latin America.

5 Iron-Rich Sea Vegetables That Should Be a Staple in Your Kitchen

5 Iron-Rich Sea Vegetables That Should Be a Staple in Your Kitchen

04/10 16:58 Anonymous 0

Like most sea vegetables, kombu is a good source of calcium, copper, iodine, iron, magnesium, manganese, molybdenum, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, vanadium, and zinc.In Jamaica and Trinidad, Irish moss is boiled and combined with cinnamon and milk to make sea moss, a drink that is believed to be an aphrodisiac.