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With August comes an abundance of corn, a favorite and a most versatile veggie. If you’re tired of just steaming it, here’s a recipe that will take you right into Fall and football season too.

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The window of opportunity to partake of the bounty found at the many Western New York farmers markets is a short one. Gathering fresh fruits and vegetable to add to our meals is enthusiastically anticipated and enjoyed from late spring to early fall. 

"Zurek is a traditional soup of Poland served at Easter time," Schlau explains. "It brings together items you would pack in a basket to be blessed before Easter Sunday. Father Marcin had to call his mom in Poland to get the recipe." 

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Every year around St. Paddy’s Day, my inbox fills up with recipe requests for corned beef and cabbage, the traditional Irish-American meal of boiled meat and vegetables. I finally decided to tackle the recipe, and I’m thrilled with the results! 

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Looking to make something a little different? These Brazilian treats taste and sound fancier than they really are, but no one needs to know that. Similar to truffles, but made of caramelized condensed milk and flavored with good quality chocolate, this recipe from Saveur calls for stove-top …

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There’s nothing like a delicious potato latke. These are just a little different. These fry up with a thin crust and a delicious oniony mashed potato middle. I like to serve these with applesauce that has been spiced up with 1Tbsp of pomegranate molasses per cup of applesauce and a dollop of…

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Both my mother and mother-in-law had recipes for traditional Polish golabki, (pronounced “gaw woamb kee") a.k.a. cabbage rolls, or “pigs in blankets.” While both recipes are good, I have tweaked them over the years to make it my own. My latest (and best) version is actually based on a sugges…

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Here’s a low-stress recipe for all to enjoy! These confections keep beautifully for weeks in the refrigerator in tightly sealed containers. For gifting, just pop a dozen or so in a festive cellophane bag and tie with a curly ribbon. For the love of all that’s holly, buy decent bourbon becaus…

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Whenever our family gathered, my mother or one of my aunts baked a cherry cake. We assumed it was from a recipe my maternal grandmother brought over from “the old country.”

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I’m fortunate my grandmother, who just celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday, is still around and agreed to share her recipe with Forever Young readers. It’s something she remembers her mother making every Thanksgiving at their flat on Herkimer Street in Buffalo since before my grandmother w…

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My family has been making this pork tenderloin recipe for the past thirty years, and it’s still a favorite. It’s easy, and many of the ingredients can be found in the fridge or pantry or are readily available at most grocery stores. For carnivores who are looking for a healthier option and w…

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One of the best souvenirs you can bring home from a trip is a recipe. Though I visited the beautiful country of Wales over ten years ago, our family still enjoys these tasty treats, and I hope yours will, too.