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Everyone is always shocked when I use pumpkin in Latino or Middle Eastern foods. But it's nothing new. Not for Jews and not for

It's the morning after Thanksgiving. Bleary-eyed you stumble to the refrigerator to get some milk for your first cup of coffee. You open the

There are basically three approaches to devising a Thanksgiving menu. In the first, the foods are typical of New England where the first thanksgiving was

What's all the fuss over turkey sandwiches on squishy white bread? Been there, done that. This year, go a different route and try the

At this time of year,  holiday recipes pile up almost as quickly as calories.  For some cooks, not having recipes chosen at this point

Heritage has many meanings, encompassing not only our cultural and ancestral connections, but also the breeds of livestock our forefathers raised. Carole Soule is that