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    Last Saturday I took my daughter out to the woods. Not only would I get a chance to spend some time with my 3 year old as we stomped through the woods, but it also gave my wife a little quite time without the 2 of us. Besides, though a little early, conditions seemed pretty good for hunting down...
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    Now that Thanksgiving is over, Christmas is just around the corner. For many people that means attending and/or hosting holiday meals and cocktail parties. When I host a cocktail party one of the things that I try to do is make as much ahead as I can, so that I can enjoy the party and not...
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    Created from a Chef-Viet post Hi Folks: This is a derivative from the ever popular Vietnamese "Nem Cua Bể" of a Seaport City (Hai-Phong) in North Vietnam. Typically, the Vietnamese would use rice paper skin to wrap them up in a square fashion but in the US I've tried the filo skins, which...
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    Soft-shell crabs are one of America's favorite seafood delicacies. While all crabs shed their shells to grow, only a few species of crab can actually be eaten in this form. The Blue Crab is the only commercially available soft-shell product. The scientific name, callinectes sapidusis, is derived...
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