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Apple Pecan Cake

I first made this cake for my son Christopher on his second birthday and, I must say, it’s a keeper. It’s from The New York Times Magazine, October 8th, 1989 and is redolent of the flavors and tastes of Fall. It really isn’t a very hard recipe (as my sister

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Foods to Keep in Your Freezer

There are certain items I like to always have in my freezer to make pulling last minute meals together. Some require taking items out in the morning for dinner that night, others require a short defrosting period and some can be used immediately. Sausage Whether it’s a basic like Italian

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The Days of Food and Wine

When I was first married, back in the ’80’s, I was a bored stay-at-home Mom, with three small children at home. I started watching cooking shows, like the Frugal Gourmet, and was an avid reader of Bon Appetit magazine, which my husband brought home from his Dad’s advertising agency, Ryder

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About Gina Guilford

A former Air Florida flight attendant and daughter of a pilot, I love traveling, cooking and entertaining. Whether exploring Miami’s newest hot spots, visiting old favorites or discovering hidden gems, I’m always up for an eating adventure. My Foodie in Miami website shares personal essays, recipes, restaurant news and reviews, as well as views from my tropical garden.

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