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Chicago Dog Relish: A Tangy All-In-One Topping

Casey Barberby Casey Barber August 25, 2014

“But since I’m safely in residence on the East Coast, where I can do things like play with the Chicago dog status quo, I’m going to make things a little easier on myself and chop up a bunch of ingeniously homemade Chicago dog relish.”

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A Brew Lover’s Tour of the Lehigh Valley

Guest Contributorby Guest Contributor August 18, 2014

“Lehigh Valley residents are equally appreciative of good food and great beer. We have farmers who populate the country’s oldest continuously operating open-air farmers’ market and chefs who want a less stressy change of pace. And we’ve got brewers and entrepreneurs who, enticed by all the affordable industrial infrastructure just begging to be rehabbed, want to breathe new life into the historic spaces.”

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Voila! Single-Serving, No-Mess Dijon Fig Chicken

Rebecca Peters-Goldenby Rebecca Peters-Golden August 11, 2014

“If it sounds like I’ve had some kind of religious experience, it’s because I have. The ability to get home from work, throw a healthy, single-serving, protein-rich meal into the oven and then change into pajamas, pour a glass of wine, and read a chapter of a book while I finish cooking has been a revelation.”

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Ask Casey: A Bourbon Peach Lemonade for Daytime Drinking

Casey Barberby Casey Barber August 4, 2014

“It’s a natural assumption that any drink you’re stirring up for a party that involves adults in fancy hats—scratch that, for any easy breezy outdoor party at all—should involve a big glug of bourbon. As Julie Andrews says, it’s a very good place to start.”

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Class Up Your Summer BBQs and Picnics with Wine Pairings

Guest Contributorby Guest Contributor July 31, 2014

“Wine pairings aren’t just the provenance of high-end restaurants and tasting menus. In my mind, there’s no better way to complement those steaks and sausages. And a wine pairing menu gives you an added hook for your guests to choose your affair over anyone else’s, a new twist that elevates the usual grilled meats and cold salads.”

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Salty-Sweet Summer Treat: Peanut Butter Caramel Drumstick Cones

Casey Barberby Casey Barber July 28, 2014

“The result of the tweaking is a homemade ice cream treat with just enough of an edge, hitting all the nostalgic notes of the original caramel-filled cone, but with a sassy underpinning.”

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Hammin’ It Up: An Ode to an American Classic

Guest Contributorby Guest Contributor July 21, 2014

“Hamm’s tastes like freedom. Freedom to get a good buzz after work on a Tuesday evening when daylight lasted until 9-ish. Freedom to be constantly broke-all but still buy decent brie. Freedom to squander time on hopeless crushes and aimless solo hikes.”

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Eating My Words: The Best ‘Wurst—Mrs. Murray’s Liverwurst Sandwich from A Wrinkle In Time

Rebecca Peters-Goldenby Rebecca Peters-Golden July 14, 2014

“This time, when I got to the liverwurst and cream cheese sandwich, it seemed like the perfect choice to indicate that Mrs. Murray is sensible, unpretentious, and doesn’t have expensive tastes. I also realized that I’d still never tasted liverwurst myself, and that I wasn’t totally clear on what it was.”

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Don’t Be a Square: Bake A Deep-Dish Pie

Casey Barberby Casey Barber July 7, 2014

“And if you’re afraid of making your own pie crust, I encourage you to give it a try here, since this shape covers a multitude of sins, including slumped crusts and less-than-perfect shapes. It’s a perfect excuse to go rustic.”

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Think Pink! Strawberry-Hibiscus Shandy for Summer

Casey Barberby Casey Barber June 30, 2014

“Cutting the beer with cold hibiscus tea keeps the fizz and the flavor, while making it a punchier summer sip that you can throw into a mason jar and tote around with you to the backyard, to the park, to the pool or the beach… “

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