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He is being remembered as a businessman, a philanthropist and man who loved his family and community.
“Mr. Basha used to be a neighbor of mine, although I did not know immediately know it. My son, about 13, came home one day from carousing in the neighborhood. I asked where he had been. He replied ‘we were at Eddie’s house playing tennis.’ You know where this story is headed. It was Eddie Basha. He was like that, a kind man who was for the kids. Needless to say, I did not mind my son going there to play tennis. R.I.P. Mr. Basha.”
When I first came to the Valley I remember Eddie Basha’s famous commercial motto, “From our family to yours.”
If the number of failed New Year’s resolutions are any indication, eating healthy in a fast-paced world still isn’t all that easy.
I made sushi at home the other day for the first time ever. And it didn’t go that badly, surprisingly. I wouldn’t have thought so just 24 hours earlier.
The key to a great food experience around the holidays is extending it as long as possible.
During a weekend visit to Danny's home state of Iowa, a longtime friend of his treated us with a bag of culinary goodies she collected during her trip to Spain: a creme of sardine and whiskey pate in a small red-and-gold tin; a scorpionfish pate in a box with a drawing of the notoriously ugly sea creature on it; a tin of pimenton and another containing blood-sausage pate.
For this Thanksgiving pie, we decided to see what would happen if we transformed that classic treat of autumn - the caramel apple - into a pie. The result was a crazy good no-bake apple pie.
For a family-friendly Thanksgiving dinner, the sides matter. A lot.
Children don't care if you've slaved hours over the Thanksgiving turkey. And they certainly don't appreciate the nuanced layers of flavor you once extracted from the bird with the help of expert brining and seasoning and rotating and roasting and trussing and fussing.