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The Starving Chef Recipe: Easy Tortellini Soup

Is there a better season than soup season? Packed with cheesy tortellini, this weeknight soup is the perfect way to keep the winter blues at bay. Easy Tortellini Soup Prep time: 30 minutesCook time: 30 minutesMakes: 4 servings Ingredients 1 lb. mixed cheese tortellini1 sweet onion, sliced thin2 jalapenos, seeded and sliced1 orange...

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The Starving Chef Recipe: No-Bake Banana Cream Pudding Pies

It’s time for a new pie to have a place on the dessert table. These banana cream pudding pies are like a cross between a cheesecake, custard and pudding, all whipped up into one crust. This dessert is as “set it and forget it” as it gets—no baking involved. No-Bake Banana Cream Pudding Pies Prep time: 10 minutesChill time:...

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Danny Boys’ new winter menu has everyone cheering

In case you missed it: December has officially become the Month No Longer Known for Gifts and Garland, Trees and Tinsel. It is now solely known as the month Danny Boys introduced its new winter seasonal menu. “Our chef has a true sense of what Clevelanders consider comfort food, and this new lineup of dishes reflects that,” says General...

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Improve your ranking with friends and associates this holiday season by giving the gift of fresh food items from Miles Farmers Market

When it comes to unique gift giving, Miles Farmers Market is thinking outside of the basket. Sure, the grocer sells plenty of fruit baskets, overflowing with fresh apples, oranges, pears and other seasonal produce, but they also put together different themed baskets that include just about anything you can imagine. During the holidays, the...

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Find out why people from all parts of Medina and beyond are raising a glass at Blue Heron Brewery

Almost a decade before ever stepping foot in the lavish Medina event center he now owns with his wife, Dawn, Bill Rini saw an omen. “We were at our new home in Hinckley when I spotted a blue heron on the property,” Bill recalls. “When we later had the opportunity to buy the Blue Heron Event Center, I flashed back to seeing that bird and...

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