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Warm up with your loved ones on Christmas morning with this spicy breakfast skillet. Read more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan

The key to making pie crust shouldn’t be a mystery any longer. Read more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Need a quick Halloween treat for a party? These Rice Krispies pumpkins are a fun and easy dessert that can be made in an afternoon, with help from your kids. Read more

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Photo by Sarah Finnegan.

Carol Key has been cooking for more than 40 years, but in 2003, she was diagnosed with celiac disease. Read more

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Photo by Sarah Cook.

Many nights, Lynn Woolf said, have been spent making pounds of toffee for eager customers from her home kitchen. Read more

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Cool down this summer with a festive and simple sweet treat. Read more

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For the June edition of What’s Cooking, we asked Eli’s Jerusalem Grill for a favorite summer sandwich recipe. Chef Eli Markshtien, who has 27 years of cooking experience, recommended beef or lamb shawarma. Read more

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Photo by Erica Techo.

For this month’s What’s Cooking, we asked Big Bad Breakfast’s chef Leo Oliver for a recipe that utilizes fresh greens. Read more

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Photo by Cherie Olivier.

For the March edition of What’s Cooking, we asked Ashley Mac’s for a brunch or breakfast recipe. Ashley McMakin suggested this spinach and mushroom quiche for a versatile dish. Read more

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Photo by Sydney Cromwell.

In this new series, we ask local culinary professionals to dish out the details on some of their favorite creations. Today, we talk with JaWanda Jackson of JaWanda’s Sweet Potato Pies, 5291 Valleydale Road Suite 111. Read more

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Sometime after college I reached a revelatory discovery that lettuce-less salads don’t require mayonnaise. Add a little oil and vinegar to veggies and grains, and you’ll find endless combinations of meals for hot-weather palates. Read more

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Start with quality ingredients like sourdough bread and a sharp cheese, throw some sweet potato fries in the oven, and you’ll have a five-star meal that is as comforting as it is gourmet. Read more

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Oreo Cookie Bars

Photo by Madoline Markham

If you ever want to make friends, put Oreos in chocolate chip cookie dough. Read more

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A sampling of favorite pies, just in time for harvest parties or Thanksgiving dinner. Read more

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The holiday season is upon us, and I get excited thinking about the parties that we will both host and attend in the coming weeks. Read more

People/Places

Football season is one of our favorite times of the year. We love to have friends and family over to watch the games and, of course, to eat. Read more

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0812 After school snacks

Photos by Lisa Johnsey.

Children coming home hungry and needing to be refueled for homework or after school activities is always a fun time at our house. We use this time to catch our breath, hear the latest news from our day and have a fun snack. Read more

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0712 Wayne's BBQ Pork

Photo by Lisa Johnsey

These dishes are some of our summer time favorites, and we hope you enjoy them as much as we do. Read more

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A new cookbook, The Town of Mt Laurel, Street by Street, contains not only recipes but the stories of the namesakes around the town. The cost for the cookbook is $20. All proceeds will benefit the Mt Laurel Public Library building fund. Read more

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0612 Sweet Melissa's Sauces

Photo by Allie Klaubert.

When Beth Thomas needs a little extra flavor in her dishes, she reaches for a sauce that her family has made for years— a sauce so popular among family and friends she has shared its spunky, Southern flavor with others. ­­ Read more

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