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Rhubarb excites mixed emotions. Ambrose Bierce, dyspeptic satirist and author of "The Devil's Dictionary," described it as "the vegetable essence of stomach ache." John

My birthday falls just after the first day of spring, and along with warm sunny weather there's one thing I always look forward to

Using extra virgin olive oil in cake baking is not new. I've been doing it for years along with other health-minded folks. It imparts

As New England's maple sap started to drip in March, David Moore of The Crooked Chimney sugarhouse in Lee, N.H., counted the days until

The chimney top peeks over a fence just off the main street of downtown Point Reyes Station, Calif., wisps of smoke drifting out. The

Danish is famous. It comes in many forms and with a lot of things that are copied but have no resemblance whatsoever to the