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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families When I was little I thought stuffing was gross because it was, you know, the guts. My big brother Tony convinced me by whispering, “Yep, Mom really does serve us guts, but don’t tell her I told you!” Then one Thanksgiving, when Tony […]

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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families Fondue was one of the special dinners I had growing up. I don’t remember what kind of an occasion prompted my folks to pull out the fondue pot, but it was fairly often. The first pot I remember actually used little cans of […]

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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families …I say yam! There’s so much confusion about which one is which, I’m not sure anyone truly knows the difference anymore, or that the difference much matters. Part of the confusion is that both tubers come in different shapes, sizes and colors, and […]

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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families One fateful day a few months ago, we walked into a newly opened French bakery around the corner from our house. It was fateful because the boys discovered gougères that had just come hot out of the oven. If you’re not familiar, gougères […]

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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families How many of us spend too much time in front of a screen? Not a window screen, but a digital screen? My family and I do, so much so that sometimes we have days when screens are off limits. The boys are simply […]

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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families The Darland side of my family, that’s my Aunt Jean and Uncle Dick, and cousins David, Julie and Greg, live in Tucson. As a kid, Tucson seemed like a million miles away, and it truly was because instead of flying for a visit, […]

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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families The boys look forward to a few special days each year. The big ones like Christmas and their birthdays are obvious, but one of their favorites is opening day of apple season. We make the trek east each Labor Day weekend on the […]

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By Andrew Hunter For The Family Table, a blog for busy families Last week, I wrote about the premiere of Lifetime’s all-new competition series, Supermarket Superstar and my role coaching the contestants as R&D Mentor. This week, I’d like to tell you a little bit more about the process. Shooting a TV show is an […]

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