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To those of us raised in the South, a real breakfast consists of grits and other dishes. Eating grits is practically a religion, and a breakfast without them is unthinkable. Three-quarters of the grits sold in the U.S. are from the coastal states stretching from Louisiana to the Carolinas, a…

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After the first thanksgiving in 1621, it was over 200 years later before Thanksgiving Day was officially proclaimed as a national day of thanksgiving, praise and prayer.

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No trip to Chicago would be complete unless it included a Chicago dog and a deep-dish Chicago pizza. My goals were met when I recently spent almost 2 weeks attending the National Education Association meeting and also the NEA – Retired Convention.

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Creative combinations of fresh, seasonal ingredients transform typical casserole dishes from mundane to gourmet fare fit for any holiday occasion. But delicious time-smart cooking actually starts with the right cookware, such as the Anolon Advanced Umber casserole pan, which seamlessly moves…

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Crescent rolls, one of Pillsbury’s most popular products, celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. In 1965, the Pillsbury Doughboy made his television debut in the commercial that launched the new refrigerated rolls.

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It was brought to my attention today that we only have eight more Mondays until Christmas. Although I have tried to get a jump on the holiday season this year, it got me thinking about those wonderful homemade goodies that some of us make, but ALL of us love to eat. I believe the best gift y…

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Vegetables are an important source of vitamins. Dark green and deep yellow vegetables provide Vitamin A, and most dark green vegetables, if not overcooked, are good sources of Vitamin C.