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Grandma Pearl’s Swe...

Food Sharing Network contributor Rose Ellen Lorber-Termaat shares this delightful version of her grandmother’s recipe for sweet and sour stuffed cabbage.

Chocolate Sour Cream Poun...

Saturday I wrote about the menu I would be serving the next day, which included a new recipe. I usually don’t try new recipes for company, but the recipe was appealing enough so I decided to take a chance. Let’s face it, how can you go wrong with a cake that includes numerous eggs, butter, 2 kinds of sugar, cocoa and sour cream?

Baked Macaroni and Cheese

If you’re like me, you’re already thinking about entertaining in the nice weather. From Memorial Day through September, I enjoy eating outdoors. We don’t grill, so I have to work a bit at meeting expectations. Food Sharing Network is pleased to share a family fave, baked macaroni and cheese, a simple recipe from McCall’s Cook Book, copyright 1963.

A Lovely Meal at Terre à Terre

Chris and I can eat and like most things when it comes to home cooking, but when it comes to eating out, we are hard to please. Can you blame us? We know (and are) pretty good home chefs who can prepare and serve a lovely meal. Should we not expect the same from the professionals? Food Sharing Network shares its experience at Terre à Terre in Carlstadt, NJ.

Waldorf Salad | Make it your new Thanksgiving trad...

Thanksgiving is the time to make old favorites – and try a few new ones too.

Chocolate Sour Cream Pound Cake

Saturday I wrote about the menu I would be serving the next day, which included a new recipe. I usually don’t try new recipes for company, but the recipe was appealing enough so I decided to take a chance. Let’s face it, how can you go wrong with a cake that includes numerous eggs, butter, 2 kinds of sugar, cocoa and sour cream?

Take Another Look: Greek-Style Pasta Salad

Food bloggers are often reminded to reprise favorite recipes. I thought of that today when I made Food Sharing Network’s Greek-Style Pasta Salad. I’ll serve it tomorrow with a family fave – Stuffed Cabbage – for a special family dinner that will include a selection of dishes not ordinarily put together. I must say, tho, I’m counting on the combo tasting great. Here’s my menu with some links to the sources.

Crank It Up for Turkey Day

Do you have a plan this holiday season for giving back and sharing your bounty with the less fortunate? Kudos to VIP Fitness in Lyndhurst, NJ for its very cool version of a Thanksgiving food drive that will benefit a local food pantry.