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Siriously Delicious food blogger Siri Daly shares recipes in her debut cookbook

By Jessica Yadegaran Bay Area News Group|

Area native shares recipes, advice in the ‘The Ultimate New Mom’s Cookbook’…

One of the biggest challenges new moms face: feeding the whole family. When Lansdale native Aurora Satler welcomed a son, she made “wonderful purees for him” but sometimes forgot to nourish herself. “I was starting to think that t...

By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

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    FOOD: Craving a Green Goddess salad?

    In 1923, a silent adventure movie called “The Green Goddess” was released. And San Francisco’s grand Palace Hotel debuted its own invention, the Green Goddess salad, at the same time. The salad has seen a resurgence in recent years — and for good reason. The velvety, decadent, herbaceous dressing is a suitable spring-season adornment to just about anything.

    By Amber Turpin Special to Digital First Media|

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    AT THE TABLE WITH: Robb Cadigan

    Recently, Robb Cadigan and I had a chance to meet and chat. Robb is the acclaimed author of the novel “Phoenixville Rising.”

    By Bette Banjack|

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    FOOD: Saluting victory gardens

    This spring, an idea rooted in the past sprouts again in backyards like Kathy Pelczarski’s, where she’ll tend tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers and more. Call it a modern-day victory garden, 100 years after World War I.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

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    FOOD TECH: App may change the way you cook

    At the Smart Kitchen Summit in October, celebrity chef Tyler Florence made a bold statement. “Recipes are dead,” he told the Seattle audience. “They’re dead the same way paper maps are dead.” It’s shocking to hear, especially from someone who has penned 16 successful cookbooks and another 20,000 recipes for the Food Network.

    By Jessica Yadegaran Bay Area News Group|

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Laura Vernola Simpson

    Laura Vernola grew up in Northport, N.Y. Along with her mother and sister, she moved to New Mexico when she was 14 years old.

    By Bette Banjack|

  • Food

    FOOD: Use your noodle with help from the pros

    It’s late. You’re hungry, tired. You reach for a take-out menu, but have second thoughts. Colu Henry knows the feeling. In fact, it inspired her to write “Back Pocket Pasta.”

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Joan Beregi

    Joan Beregi is a strong woman who gathers her strength from battling a seizure condition her entire adult life.

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  • Food

    FOOD: Go nuts for pecans. Area chefs share some recipes

    In the kitchen of Malvern’s Strawberry Bakery, French chef Jean-Pierre Bournazel multitasked — prepping a 12-foot piece of puff pastry for Napoleons, cutting lemon squares and creating Instagram-worthy praline chocolate cakes.

    By Emily Ryan For Digital First Media |

  • Lifestyle

    AT THE TABLE WITH: Mark Szilagyi Jr.

    Mark Szilagyi Jr. is one of your “local good neighbor pharmacists” at the Gateway Pharmacy. Over the years, he was my mom’s pharmacist via the telephone. We spoke often; as the Gateway delivers, we seldom saw each other. It was during the ribbon-cutting of Teresa O’Neill Haag’s wall mural on the side of the Gateway building that we actually spoke of other things besides medications.

    By Bette Banjack|

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    This vibrant green pea soup gets added brightness from fresh lime juice and a hint of jalapeño

    Spring is here and so are all those delicious spring vegetables, including sweet peas. This recipe is a great starter for your next celebration, whether it’s a bridal or baby shower or any spring party. You can serve it as a first course, but it’s also fun to serve it as an appetizer in soup-shooter glasses or in mini cups.

    By Bibby Gignilliat Special to Digital First Media|

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