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My Thanksgiving mantra: Don't mess with Mom. She has been cooking turkeys for nearly three decades longer than I have, so I simply follow her directions for seasoning and roasting the turkey. When I make her hearty sausage and apple bread stuffing, the...
Tags: Coconut, Potatoes, Squash, Green Bean Casserole, Turkey (animal)
Imagine Batman and the Joker are interested in fractional ownership of the same pickup truck. The caped crusader would want it all-black, eminently capable of off-roading, with a penchant for getting airborne. His nemesis might favor it in a crazy shade...
Remember the famous Stanford marshmallow study of 1972? It asked children at a campus nursery school to choose between eating a marshmallow (or a cookie or a pretzel, depending on their preference) right away or waiting while the researcher stepped out of...
Certain beaches, restaurants and stores on the Delaware Shore seem to land on everybody's "must-do" list. But there are also plenty of places and activities that get less attention. Maybe they're a few miles from the shore, or take place midweek, or don't...
Tags: Animals, Arts and Culture, The Gap, Travel, Concerts
Bettie Vogt of Bend, Ore., was looking for a lemon pie recipe to replace one that has been a family favorite for more than 30 years. Her original recipe from the Eagle brand milk company called for the use of raw eggs yolks, but she is no longer...
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FARGO, N.D. - The other day I prepared a macaroni and fruit recipe that I had heard about for more than a year. My friend had helped his mother prepare the family recipe at her house. I wish I had a video of this “parent-child” interaction, but I did...
We’re not really sure why Sunday is referred to as “Easter.” It’d be so much more accurate to refer to it as “The Day Everyone Eats Far Too Many Peeps.” We kid. After all, that name probably applies to most days for...
Q: We are looking for a receipt out of this cookbook that one received when ordering the Chicago Tribune from the late 50s. We would like the name of the book as well as the receipt. The frosting was cooked and then beaten to form peaks. Light and...
This heavenly decadent slow cooker version of Rocky Road Pudding Cake will be ready and waiting for you to enjoy ooey, gooey warm after dinner. Our Test Kitchen team loves to serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a taste bud pleasing contrast...
Tags: Ice Cream, Foods and Beverages, Butter, Cinnamon, Salt
ROCKY ROAD CROCK POT CAKE Ingredients: 1 Box German Chocolate or Fudge cake mix 1 small package chocolate instant pudding mix 3 large eggs, slightly beaten 1 cup sour cream 1/3 cup melted butter 1 tsp. vanilla extract 3 1/4 cups milk, divided 1...
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