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Fluffy, Chewy, Fruity and Stuffed

When I was a kid, there were two kinds of dumplings.  I mean, I am sure there were many, many kinds of dumplings then, as there are now, but in my family, there were only two.  And both went with chicken. Chicken N Dumplin’s came two ways.  One, with fluffy, cloud like dumplings, was made with […]

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It’s What’s In The Soup

The composer Ludwig van Beethoven said “only the pure of heart can make a good soup.”   I think that what he meant by that is that you can taste the love that goes into a pot of soup. If it isn’t made with love, then it might as well just be potato water.   […]

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Veni, Vidi, Vichyssoise

  Latin is the known as the “master language”, because it forms the basis for other languages, such as Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, and Italian. And because the Legal and Medical professions have existed since antiquity, much of the professional jargon for both is still heavily influenced by Latin. Since Latin was rumored to be […]

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