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Locals Discount For Chefs' Holidays At Historic Ahwahnee Hotel

YOSEMITE – World-renowned chefs will once grace the grills and ovens of the historic Ahwahnee Hotel for Chefs’ Holidays, a celebration of all things culinary, held each year in January and February. Chefs’ Holidays include cooking demonstrations, tastings, and behind-the-scenes kitchen tours. As of today, local residents are being offered a special rate for certain Chefs’ Holidays Sessions. Delaware North ...

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Need an Easy Holiday Appetizer? S|N|O Readers Share

We asked S|N|O fans on Facebook to fork over some favorite “make-and-take” holiday appetizers. Here’s how you responded: Warning: do not read on an empty stomach! Reader Amy Beebe makes bacon and cream cheese-studded jalapenos as her “go-to” dish, adding “it’s not restricted to the holidays. They’re always a hit!”

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Thanksgiving Dinner Everyone Can Eat

Yes You Can – Make a diabetic-friendly Thanksgiving dinner You blinked, and it’s here: Thanksgiving, also known as 38 minutes of eating a meal that takes 36 hours to make and 8 hours to digest. When it comes to cooking, in a world of Turducken, nothing seems simple, anymore. Is your turkey free range, organic and college educated? Will you ...

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North Fork Chili Cookoff Winners

NORTH FORK — The much-anticipated chili cookoff at the North Fork Town Hall brought folks from all over the area to sample a wide variety of spicy delights. The North Fork Women’s Club sponsors this event every year, and it is a favorite of the fall season. In addition to the 7 different styles of chili, there is also a ...

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Local Favorite – El Cid

I stopped by El Cid the other day to get the scoop on their Margaritas, and a few other things. When I asked how many Margaritas are served in a typical day, Tony pondered and said they go through about two cases of Tequila a day. My friends, that makes a lot of Margaritas. If you were to guess how ...

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