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The Patrician Palette, Patricia Bainter, Nougat de Montelimar

Nougat and a White Christmas: A holiday flashback

Many of my best childhood memories were made in a small kitchen in Ohio, surrounded by my family at the oval-shaped country-kitchen table, making candy at Christmas. We would make fudge or ‘white divinity fudge’, which is egg whites cooked with sugar. Mom would boil the sugar (dangerous stuff), Sis would help, Joe and I […]

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Can You Say “Kumato”?

Try these darkly delicious tomatoes called Kumato.  The size of a generous plum, they will make the standard caprese salad extra special. They aren’t exactly brown but more of a dark moss green with a burst of red near the stem. They also make for an easy snack. The flavor is all tomato, yet different […]

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