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Make Mexican No Churn Ice Cream


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By Adrianna Adarme / PBS Food Have you ever tried no-churn ice cream? I want to say that Nigella Lawson invented this particular technique. Let me tell you that it’s absolutely genius. Two ingredients essentially make this into ice cream: sweetened condensed milk and heavy cream. These two things are beaten together and you end… Read More

Coconut Chocolate Squares


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By Aube Giroux / PBS Food My brilliant friend Katie brought these coconut chocolate bars to a party a couple months ago and they disappeared in seconds, thanks to urgent whisperings traveling from room to room and ear to ear about the incredible bars someone had just put down on the kitchen counter. When she revealed… Read More

Irish Cream Recipes

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It’s that time of year when, whether you are or not, you celebrate being Irish! In truth, Irish Cream is delicious and not utilized nearly enough. So, here’s some recipes to help bring out your inner Irishman or Irishwoman. Irish Cream Chocolate Mousse Pie 1 (6 ounce) chocolate crumb crusts, ready crust 1 (1/4 ounce) envelope… Read More

A white-tailed deer

Wild Game Hunting

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The Camaraderie, The Hunt, The Taste Venison, deer, is one of the most traditional, widely-eaten and vastly hunted varieties of wild game. They are a nuisance to corn fields, they damage our vehicles, they eat our vegetation, yet, passersby are stunned by their grace in clearing highway and barbed wire fences. We marvel at their beauty… Read More

Beer and the Body

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Three weeks ago I was tailgating with a large group of friends on our college campus. Our senses were surrounded by: tables butted together and loaded down with tailgating food, laughter, an abundance of beverages, sizzling meats on the grill, the college band, rain in the air, cheering, traffic, children playing, and, conversations of every… Read More