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    Savor the flavor this barbecue season

    In Summertime, Smokey the Bear increases his vigilance. But he need not fear every whiff of smoke. After all, it’s barbecue season. As we move into July and August, the smell of grilled goodies fills the air. Many celebrations and picnics over the summer include foods cooked outdoors. It’s the time to get out of the kitchen.

    Macaroni and cheese, please!

    It’s been one cold winter. Both body and soul need some soothing.

    Beer marinated bliss

    “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.” Who said that? Was it Smokey the Bear? Regardless, you don’t need smoke signals to know that there’s a barbecue happening. Follow your nose and it will lead you directly to the grill.

    Gobblin’ Good Turkey Gravy

    Dear Foodies and Cooks, it’s almost Thanksgiving, so let’s talk turkey. “Gobble, gobble,” loosely translated means “Get out your roasting pans and let the cooking begin.”

    A tasty, budget-friendly meal

    When searching for the perfect     present for a new mother, the gift of your time is always appreciated. Preparing a meal for the family, presenting it in a pretty casserole dish that she can keep, and including the recipe with the casserole makes a great gift and keepsake for the new mother.

    All fired up over grilled veggies

    This week's Kitchen Diva brings a recipe for Moroccan-style Grilled Veggies

    Holiday help for diabetics

    My husband and several family members are diabetics, and I’m mindful of their health challenges when preparing holiday meals. Holiday celebrations are all about food, and this can be a very challenging time for individuals dealing with diabetes. Holiday stress and bountiful food can lead to impulse eating and risky blood-sugar levels.

    Getting grilled on fire safety

    Grab your grilling apron, the season is upon us yet again. Philadelphia Fire Department Commissioner Lloyd Ayers was at Jack’s Firehouse recently to demonstrate safe grilling tips at the ninth annual Grilling Safely with the Commissioner.

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