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Making these sweet two-bite morsels can be a bit messy, but the impressive results are well worth the effort. Rolling them with slightly wet hands will help keep the chocolate from sticking to tiny fingers and palms. Makes about 24 truffles.Read More
With a little guidance, kids can pipe these pillowy pops themselves. Decorating them with orange sprinkle noses and mini chocolate chip eyes and buttons offers the same fun as making cutout cookies.Read More
Frozen ground and the first snow quiet my squirrely stockpiling instincts and wood-stacking ambitions. Hypnotic snowflake lullabies coax me into my cave for hibernation. This surrendering feels like an arrival. In March, flowing sap tickles my food storage impulses, burying treasures in full crescendo until late October. Then, at some unpredictable moment, the point of no return hits, or so I would like to imagine, where no more work can be done and it’s time to tuck in and pillage the larder.Read More
“Fresh” dried herbs can pack a strong flavor punch—restoring a little summer freshness even on the darkest winter day. In this recipe we use a little olive oil to extend their flavor; you may not use all of the seasoned oil.Read More