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Our famous homemade, hand sliced Apple Pie is only $9.99. Order by phone - 586.469.2525 or just stop in and grab one! Great with vanilla ice cream!

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Curry Chutney Chicken Wings -

Just in time for the Super Bowl! Try this exotic take on regular old chicken wings and really surprise you guests and family!

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Bean Cookin' 101 -

Soak: Soaking beans before cooking helps to remove some of those indigestible sugars that cause flatulence. There are two simple ways to get the job done:

Regular soak: Put beans into a large bowl and cover with 2 to 3 inches of cool, clean water. Set aside at room temperature for 8 hours or overnight; drain well.

Quick soak: Put beans into a large pot and cover with 2 to 3 inches of cool, clean water. Bring to a boil then boil briskly for 2 to 3 minutes. Cover and set aside off of the heat for 1 hour; drain well.


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The Power of Chicken Soup!

Warm, soothing - and healing. Grandmothers the world over have always known it, and now health experts agree: This dish is more than just delicious! When hot compresses, pills, and steam baths fail, the contents of a bubbling, herb-scented stockpot always seem to work wonders. With every sip of soul-stirring chicken soup, coughs subside, congestion is miraculously eased, and bellies reluctant to take other forms of nourishment happily accept the soothing broth.

Chicken Soup

Who would question the power of chicken soup, a dish that, thanks to the cure-all recipes of bubbes everywhere, has earned the nickname "Jewish penicillin"? The 11th-century doctor Avicenna and the 12th-century philosopher and physician Maimonides touted the soup's healing properties in their writings. But for a long time, there was little medical evidence to back up the soup's reputation. That has changed in recent years, as scientists have undertaken research into the brawn behind the bowl.

Outside the lab, the dish has a more compelling factor working in its favor: generosity of spirit. Chicken soup is love made visible. It's power may lie in letting a sick person know that they matter to someone who cares enough to make them something nourishing and comforting with their own hands. Classic Chicken Soup - everyone has a personal spin on the recipe, but rarely have so few ingredients added up to so much comfort. You and those you feed are sure to feel better in a whole host of ways :)

"It's a comforting sort of thing to have, said Christopher Robin."
~ House at Pooh Corner, A.A. Milne

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Lemon + Parsley + Parmesan

The brightness of lemon. The freshness of parsley. The sharpness of Parmesan. Think of them as your refrigerator's POWER TRIO.These incredibly versatile - and all too often unsung - flavors combine to make delicious meals for any time of day.

Nobody puts lemon in the corner. Or parsley. Or Parmesan. Yet these three ingredients are often a garnish, an afterthought, or followed by a dismissive "optional" in recipes. But they are in fact, deserving of much bigger roles. While each has its own merits, it's when they're all mixed together that they become a magical flavor trifecta - the lemon's bright acidity, the cheese's salty sharpness, and the parsley's cleansing freshness.

Plus, these are hardly exotic ingredients: They are easy to find almost anywhere - and very likely rolling around in your own crisper drawer.

Lemon, Parsley and Parmesan Pasta

As with all love triangles, the power dynamic of these three ingredients is ever shifting. This only underscores their versatility for meals you can eat all day, every day. Whether you serve and open-faced egg sandwich, an easy bowl of pasta, or a classic meal of roast chicken, disappointment is certainly not an option.

This parsley sauce is a riff on the classic basil-and Parmesan pesto. Try Lemon, Parsley & Parmesan Pasta for a quick and satisfying meal!

"Pasta with melted cheese is the one thing I could eat over and over again."
~ Yotam Ottolenghi