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Posted By: Jan Opdahl

What to do with leftovers is always a dilemma. After making a batch of Anzac Biscuits, I had so much coconut left over, I was wondering if I should just make another batch. I then remembered I had a whole bag of navel oranges and thought that it might be interesting to add a hint of orange to the cookie. And then I remembered I had half a bar of...

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It's the time of year to stay warm, and one sure way to heat the house up is by baking. I've been baking chocolate cakes, apple turnovers, oven-braised beef cheeks and gingery molasses cookies. These molasses cookies are from the White House kitchen, and the

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I remember when I first laid eyes on Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. It was in the children's section of the Boca Raton Library, and I was making my regular visit to pick up some picture books for my daughter, who was 5 years old at the time. The book was prominently placed on a bookstand near the librarian's desk, and what caugh...

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2010 is coming to a close, and I have to honestly say I loved my fledgling year of blogging. Thank you to my husband, Peter, for giving me an everlasting birthday gift. I hope you enjoyed this blog as much as I enjoyed creating the food.

Now to close out the year, the tradition I started with my daughter when she was 2 years-old, Christm...

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When we moved from Arizona to Tokyo 8 years ago, we put some of our belongings into semi-permanent storage knowing that some things just wouldn't fit into a house that was two-thirds smaller than the one we were leaving, and we couldn't bear to part with some of our material things. Along with several bookshelves, tons of books, an antique partn...

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As a foreigner, one of the most wonderful things about living in Tokyo is the internationality of the city. You can find the world's best French, Italian, Asian, you name it, places to eat here. There are more Michelin three star-rated restaurants in Tokyo than in Paris!

Thanks to the fact that my daughter attended an international schoo...

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"You will become infatuated with socioeconomics. This knowledge could come in handy someday." This was one of the custom fortunes that my daughter thought up for her White Day party fortune cookie favors. Or how about this one, "Like a German Shepherd, you are loyal. You will display this loyalty in the near future, but be warned; the road will ...

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My contribution to an annual holiday cookie exchange.
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