Try these muffins when you want to bake using just one bowl.
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I've spent 8-12 hours making certain desserts, and I can honestly say I love it. But there are plenty of times I am sick of the kitchen, and would prefer to whip up something that takes about 15 minutes. Enter these muffins. With the fall-friendly flavors of apples and cinnamon and the ease of mixing everything in one bowl with a whisk, you'll make these again and again.
New Gilgal Wines 'Unearth' The Secrets To Great Tasting Wines From Israel
You don't have to be a sophisticated wine connoisseur to enjoy a bottle of Gilgal Wine, but once uncorked, you'll quickly discover how the agricultural wonders of Northern Israel and sophisticated winemaking craftsmanship provide the key ingredients for one of the best tasting wines in the marketplace.
Yatir, Viognier, Judean Hills, 2009: With a straw color, a medium body and a satiny mouth-feel, this fruit-forward wine has flavors and aromas of apples, pears, honeydew and cantaloupe, with just a hint of fresh churned cream. Drink within a year. Score B+ $29.95
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After a warmer-than-usual September and early October, autumn is taking its time arriving. But when the leaves start in earnest to change color and the weather turns bracing, the time of year is right for a glass of Viognier.
Cakes and cookies that keep (and improve, yet) for the holiday week.
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Next weekend is the dreaded three-day yom tov, when the two days of Rosh HaShanah meld right into Shabbat, and you spend three days alternatively sleeping, eating and bonding with family members.
With so much to prepare and cook and plan, it is nice to have some things you can make in advance. While most pastries deteriorate with age, and are best either the first or second day they are made, there are recipes that are still great the second, third or even fourth day they’re made, and some that even improve with age.