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  • Kvikklunsj with apples and mascarpone cream

    Kvikklunsj with apples and mascarpone cream

    By: Deb Montgomery

    Kvikklunsj is just about as Norwegian as you can get. All Norwegians have been bought up to eat Kvikklunsj; the American version is called KitKat.  Enjoy this Scandinavian classic recipe.

    A brand new season of New Scandinavian Cooking starts Saturday, August 23 at 3:30pm.  

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  • Fresh Raspberry Pie

    Fresh Raspberry Pie

    By: Deb Montgomery

    Summer is just about over but there’s still time for one more berry dessert in my opinion!  Discover the surprising ingredient for the best flaky pie crust in this raspberry pie recipe from blogger Jenna Weber of Eat, Live, Run at the Fresh Tastes blog.

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  • Strawberry Mango Salsa

    Strawberry Mango Salsa

    By: Carey

    Great weather is just one excuse to whip up some homemade salsa, make margaritas and enjoy an impromptu happy hour with friends. Try this sweet and spicy combination with mango and strawberry. Food blogger Jenna Weber shares pairing ideas for this dish in a full post on the PBS Fresh Tastes blog.

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  • Maple Syrup Pie

    Maple Syrup Pie

    By: Carey

    After an unusually long winter, we're finally seeing buckets hanging on the trunks of maple trees throughout western New England. As the children's song goes, "Tap, tap, tap! Maple sap dripping into red buckets. "Tap, tap, tap! Maple sap. It's the first sign of spiring!" Hooray!

    Enjoy this maple syrup pie recipe!

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  • Fusilli Con Le Cime Di Rapa

    Fusilli Con Le Cime Di Rapa

    By: Carey

    Spring is still about a month away, but green things such as rapini (a.k.a. broccoli rabe) are starting to pop up in grocery stores. This green is delicious simply steamed, or sauteed with a bit of garlic. It also makes for a stunning pasta.
     

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