Killer Cape Cod Cocktails

In New England, we have our fair share of highly migratory predator species: beautiful common dolphins, monster bluefin tuna, and, most famously, massive sharks. While our coastal waters teem with makos and threshers, blues and sand tigers, the most infamous is without question the cunning great white, whose starring role in Jaws still has Cape Cod swimmers hesitantly entering waters.

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Recipe: Easy Salted Turtle Candies

A favorite treat for nearly a century, turtle candies traditionally combine crisp pecans with smooth caramel and rich chocolate. In other words, they’re delicious and, fortuitously, extremely easy to make.

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Recipe: Easy Pickled Pears in Merlot

There are few fruits as versatile as the ancient and humble pear. Perfect in salads, in refreshing summer drinks, with hearty meats, or even on their own, pears always seem to us a good idea.
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Facts About Ketchup

Despite popular misconception, ketchup is no new commodity. Its history starts in the 1690s when the Chinese concocted a mixture of pickled fish and spices. They called this koe-chip, which literally means “the brine of pickled fish” (it’s come far, huh?). This sauce made its way to the tables of British explorers by the 18th century, when it traveled to Malay (nowadays called Malaysia). By then it had adopted a new name: kechap.
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