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Apricot Molded Salad

Looking for a use for that Tupperware mold? Food Sharing Network recommends Mom’s Apricot Molded Salad.

Stuffed Cabbage (Gołąbki)...

I should call this recipe “Bumpkeys.” That’s what my not-Polish husband called them when our kids were little and couldn’t say Gołąbki, (Gi-wump-key) the dish’s name in Polish. This simple recipe, a crowd-pleaser, goes a long way and is perfect for parties and holiday buffets.

Easy and Economical: Silv...

Recent exceptionally high prices for fresh wild caught fish inspired me to experiment with silverbrite salmon. The result? An easy menu that includes cooking the fish in the microwave, an appliance that holds special appeal for me on a busy summer day.

A Lovely Lunch in Paris – Café Louise

Although it has been more than two months since we dined at Café Louise in the Saint-Germain-des-Prés section of Paris, I still remember the comfortable vibes.

As first-time visitors to the city, we were eager to see and do as much as we could, sometimes waiting a bit too long to eat. Often “starving,” we maintained our standards when it came to eating. We wanted a pleasant environment and good food. Café Louise fit these requirements.

Slow Cooker Pork with Zesty Basil Sauce

As the holiday seasons approaches, I am thinking about dishes that I had this year that would be perfect for any special occasion. Top of mind is a slow cooker pork dish with an outstanding basil sauce prepared by Food Sharing Network’s Emily J. Mathieu.

Easy Sunday Afternoon Vegetable Soup

Food Sharing Network Photo Editor Chris Mathieu thinks this soup is one of the oddest things I’ve ever made. Don’t get me wrong – we both thought it was delicious. The recipe came to me one Sunday afternoon when I was low on energy, but in need of some satisfying comfort food.

Stop and Shop: Honeycrisp Apple Inspired Originals

It made perfect sense to Food Sharing Network’s Kathy Mathieu when she learned that Stop and Shop had launched a limited edition line of products themed Honeycrisp Apple Inspired Originals. In her opinion, a really good Honeycrisp apple is a delightful treat. Apparently, the company had done the polls (excuse the election year lingo), and its customers were craving the Honeycrisp flavor in more ways than the fruit offered.

Jersey Bites: Potato, Beef and Eggplant Casserole

Most foodies crave truly delicious fresh vegetables, especially since they can be tough to find. Imagine Kathy’s delight when fresh produce from Chickadee Creek Farm’s stand at Denville Farmers’ Market in New Jersey included outstanding ingredients that resulted in more than one delicious meal. The eggplant, most notable for its mild, mellow taste, was the star of the selection.