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Category Archives: Baking
The big day is almost here! Here’s what you need to know to get the turkey on the table.
I’ve got a crush on crust. Here are all the things I love about pie crust: It’s buttery. It’s flaky. It’s bad for you. Oh, come on, we all like what we aren’t supposed to have. Plus, it’s dessert. And … Continue reading
Nutritionists want well-meaning friends to ask their loved ones a few questions before heading for the kitchen.
Driving around the back roads of southern York County is now more precarious than ever. I can’t see around corners anymore, for one thing. Oh, and the deer are becoming more brazen than ever, coming out into the road because … Continue reading
It’s Shark Week — I couldn’t help but sneak in a “Jaws” quote. The truth is that zucchini, when conditions are right, is a prolific plant. You can go from having none to having, well, boatloads, pretty quickly. And now … Continue reading
“The thing that I like about blueberries is that it’s an easy thing for families. Children can sit on the ground and pick them. It’s just a fun activity,” said Ed Weaver, who grows four acres of blueberries on his farm in Robeson.
I think the cherry is often overlooked in favor of sweeter or more common fruits, like berries or apples. But sweet cherries have a fairly long season in these parts (early to mid-June through August), and who doesn’t love a … Continue reading