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STUFFING 101

STUFFING FOR BEGINNERS My favorite nephew is single, has Tom Cruise good looks and lives in Carlsbad, California in what can only be called a perpetual light-beer commercial. He is not much of a cook, but he has decided to … Continue reading

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HOW GREEN IS YOUR TURKEY?

Remember the good old days when you simply ran out and bought a frozen turkey, thawed it out, removed the giblets, washed it, stuffed it, cooked it, carved it, ate it, made sandwiches, made hash, and finally made soup? One … Continue reading

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Stuffing 101

Dear Friends and family. Happy Thanksgiving. This is a reprise of a column that was printed more than one time in The Herald. I think it is always appropriate for Thanksgiving Day. It is about how to explain the ins … Continue reading

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