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I inherited from my mother a thoroughgoing cluelessness about matters domestic (except for cooking) and a smattering of kitchen utensils that had been wedding

It's all about square footage, as they say in real estate. And the square footage of my refrigerator is like New York City; space

One of the easiest, oldest and most appropriate dishes to make for New Year's Eve celebrations is one that rarely pops into people's minds.

Make no mistake -- I love sweets. Yet, after several holidays spent gorging on candy, pies, cookies and cakes, my sweet tooth starts to

When I make edible Christmas gifts, I like to think outside the baked-goods box (not that I'm averse to it) and give something that

First, let's clear up one thing. Butterscotch is not caramel. Caramel is cooked sugar. It starts clear and bubbly, and if you keep cooking