Food & Drink

Add Some Sizzle to Summer Grilling

A perfectly seasoned steak flame-kissed to perfection is one of the great pleasures of summer grilling. Foregoing the open flames for a new grilling method may be the secret ingredient you need ...
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From the Kitchen of Laura Bush

In our July/August, we featured Former First Lady Laura Bush's 4th of July Peach Cream Pie recipe. We promised you more so here's a few other family favorites, straight from her kitchen. ...
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Red, White & Blueberry Frozen Pops

By Family Feature Cool down with patriotic frozen pops, the perfect treat to celebrate and escape the heat this summer. With backyard barbecues, pool parties and patriotic celebrations in full ...
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The Greatest Chocolate on Earth – Dallas Chocolate Festival

It's time to start planning your opportunity to experience the four major food groups: milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white chocolate and chocolate truffles! The Eighth Annual Dallas Chocolate ...
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Press Cafe: Where Adventure Awaits

By Courtney McEwen (Photos courtesy of Cody Sherrod, Relative Marketing & Media)   A Saturday brunch at the Press Cafe is a refreshingly modern, yet casual experience. Every ...
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From the Kitchen: Hummingbird Cake

                      Hummingbird Cake A beautiful cake with superb spring flavors! 3 cups flour2 ...
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From the Kitchen: Strawberry Pie

Married for 66 years, Benny's favorite pie is one Carolyn happily serves! Strawberry Pie 1 quart fresh strawberries (rinsed)1 ½ tablespoons corn starch1 cup sugar6 ounces cream ...
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Cult classic wine

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR Bring up the subject of Sicily and most people will think first of the Cosa Nostra. Wine? Oh, yeah, aren’t they the ones who make marsala? And so it goes ...
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Oliva Italian Eatery

Where Happiness is Homemade by Courtney McEwen     Vincent Van Gogh once said, “What is done in love is done well.” Oliva Italian Eatery in Keller truly embodies these ...
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Australian wine on the rise

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR Las year was the 40th anniversary year of the 1976 Judgment of Paris, an historic even when the unheralded and undervalued chardonnays and cabernet sauvignons ...
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Champagne and Leek Risotto with Roasted Shrimp

            Champagne and Leek Risotto with Roasted Shrimp 1/4 cup unsalted butter6 cups chicken broth or stock2 cups chopped leeks ...
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Stuffed Turkey Breast

By: The editors of Relish magazine When you don’t want to wrestle a big bird, make turkey breast instead. Pick up two boneless turkey breast halves (with the skin on), cut pockets into them, ...
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Vermont Maple Pecan Cookies

By: The editors of Relish magazine The word “cookie” is a corruption of the Dutch koekje, meaning “little cake.” But cookies are not a Dutch invention. Cookie-like confections date to ...
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Sweet Potato and Chicken Hash

By: The editors of Relish magazine It doesn’t have the most impressive of names, but hash is a dish both simple and satisfying, whether you serve it hot for breakfast, cold for lunch or warmed ...
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Healthy holiday dessert option

A certain measure of overindulgence is anticipated during the holiday season. Rich foods and desserts are served, and parties are plentiful. However, those who plan to stick to their healthy ...
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Wines from Italy’s Soave Region

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR It is often difficult keeping up with Italian wine growing regions even for those of us who work at it. So, it isn’t surprising that Soave – a Veneto region ...
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10 Things To Do With All Those Apples

By Courtney McEwen, Editor Apple pie season is in full swing at our house. I may or may not have had a piece for breakfast, I'll never tell. Besides the numerous visits to every pumpkin patch ...
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Meal Service Delivery Options for Seniors Who Don’t Cook

Dear Savvy Senior What types of healthy meal delivery options can you recommend for seniors who live at home, but don’t cook and don’t get out much. Since mom passed away, my dad’s diet is ...
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Coconut Flour Chocolate Chip Cookies

Delicious coconut flour chocolate chip cookies, best served warm with a glass of coconut milk for dunking. Ingredients 1/3 cup coconut flour 1/3 cup dark chocolate chips 2 ...
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Italian Broccoli Pasta

By Courtney McEwen, LiveIt Editor I'm a sucker for all things P-A-S-T-A.  While my waistline can't handle it on a regular basis, I say "everything in moderation". Where's my Kit Kat? Just ...
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Getting Wine Pairing Down To A Science

By Ray Isle, Food & Wine Until recently, I never thought of eating raspberries with nori. And I certainly never thought of pairing nori-wrapped raspberries with Cabernet. But then, I’m not ...
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10-Minute Almond Joy Oatmeal

10-Minute Almond Joy Oatmeal By Two Healthy Kitchens Yield: About 4½ cups Ingredients 1½ cups non-fat milk 1½ cups water 2½ cups quick oats ¾ cup coconut ½ ...
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Pomegranate-Quinoa Spinach Salad

By Kraft Recipes Quinoa lends its nutty flavor to a spinach salad that's as lovely as it is delicious, topped with toasted almonds and tasty pomegranate seeds. Ingredients: 1/2 cup ...
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White Wines for Summer

By TOM MARQUARDT and PATRICK DARR If you’re like most people, you spend your day in a fast-pace environment whether the task be taking care of the family or earning a paycheck by pushing ...
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Fresh Summer Squash Casserole

By: The editors of Relish magazine Are you overloaded with zucchini?  If you have a backyard vegetable garden, you likely face the question every year: “What do I do with all these fruit?” And ...
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