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Food You Can Eat: The 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair Mayfair Salad

The St. Louis World’s Fair was held to celebrate the centenary of the Louisiana Purchase. They were a year late (1803/1904) but you can still celebrate this 220 years later with The Mayfair Salad.

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Food You Can Eat: 1905 Salad

If you have ever yearned to be a retiree living in the Tampa/St. Pete area in the 1970s, AS I HAVE, you can kind of get a feel for what it must have been like by making the 1905 Salad.

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Food You Can Eat: Chicken Saltimbocca

This is my favorite kind of recipe: easy, somewhat fun (for freaks like me) and delicious. So delicious, in fact, that “saltimbocca” comes from the Italian “saltare” (to jump) “im”

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Food You Can Eat: Easter Leftovers

l realize not everyone here celebrates Easter but if you do and you find yourself with leftover ham or turkey, here are a couple of recipes to use up the

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Food You Can Eat: Piperrada with Eggs and Serrano Ham

Piperrada (or piperade, in French) is a Basque dish of onions, green peppers, tomatoes, and flavored with an Espelette pepper (piper is the word for pepper in Basque and in

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Food You Can Eat: Ham Salad

Before I begin, let me tell you that I have been making this, and my mother before me, and her mother before her, for a good long while. When I

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