Tasty Tangents

Food, life and other morsels

February 22, 2016
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Asian gone country

It’s hard to express the joy of having delicious Asian food around the corner. You have to understand. I live in a little hamlet of a little more than 100 homes. There’s a park and a restaurant The Country Sport, … Continue reading

January 22, 2016
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Berries on a branch

The dead of winter has me pining for summer fruit, available for a good price at the local farmer’s market or better still picked fresh off the bush and eaten immediately. I know there are great frozen options available at … Continue reading

December 24, 2015
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Christmas cookies

I own a lot of cookbooks. I’m not going to count them, but I will say that they have their own bookshelf. So how do you define a cookbook’s usefulness? There are many ways I suppose, from whether it contains … Continue reading

June 14, 2014
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Poplar Hill Picnic

Like the Ilderton Fair in the fall, the annual Poplar Hill Picnic in the summer is an annual tradition for my husband and me. It’s a wonderful, small-town gathering that includes potato sack races, a lip sync contest, crafts for … Continue reading