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Posted By: Jan Opdahl

Walking to the grocery store the other week, I spotted something bright red among the stalls at the open market in the Patio Juban. One of the vendors was selling to my surprise and delight, rhubarb! The stalks were thin and some were completely green, but some stalks had red hues graduating to green. I bought a bunch and made a pie again and wi...

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Piri piri sauce is fast becoming my favorite spicy sauce. It hails from Portugal and is made with the African Bird's Eye chili, called piri piri (pepper in Swahili), which is cultivated in Uganda, Malawi and Zimbabwe. Not able to get my hands on those particular peppers, I used some other type I found at my local grocery store. I don't know what...

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Happy New Year, everyone! I hope your holidays were full of joy and peace. Mine were filled with "Glee," thanks to a gift from my daughter...

My homestay sister has access to a yuzu tree, and she kindly sent a box of yuzu to me at the end of December. She said to draw a hot bath, float some yuzu in the water and soak; do this on December...

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I walked past the house a million times and never even noticed the quince tree until this past week. Not until a friend decided to have a quince paste and jam making session did I start to look around the neighborhood for the fruit that looks like a bulbous pear, but is as hard as a rock. I asked my neighbors with the quince tree whose fruit sti...

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