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About Zoe Riccio

Zoe infuses lots of fun and energy into her creative, food-based blogs. From culinary trends and recipes to best practices, Zoe provides the practical know-how for adding some spice to your culinary adventures.

Zoe Riccio

Zoe Riccio

Zoe is currently the Assistant Food Service Director for New Britain Public Schools, where she coordinates the district's catered affairs with style and flair. Zoe holds an Associate's Degree in Baking and Pastry Art from Johnson & Wales and a Bachelor's Degree in Nutritional Science from University of Connecticut (with a minor in English, concentration in Food Science) and is certified as a School Nutrition Specialist. She is also a Free Lance Writer for the Farmer General Online Magazine.

Put Your Pumpkin Where Your Mouth Is

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on Monday, 21 October 2013
in Culinary Trends
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  Tis the season for all things pumpkin: pumpkin lattes, pumpkin donuts, pumpkin bagels, pumpkin cheesecake, pumpkin muffins. Some of these items are better than others—I do not recommend a pumpkin bagel. The list of ‘pumpkin’ flavored items seems to abound endlessly, but very few things are actual...
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Some Like it HOT....

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Zoe is currently the Assistant Food Service Director for New Britain Public Schools, where she coordinates the...
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on Monday, 23 July 2012
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…Hot sauce that is. Hot sauce has evolved from an ever-present, but always boring, token tabletop condiment to a niche industry ranging from mild run-of-the-mill to pleasantly fruit infused to so hot it comes with a warning to keep away from children (and thatt's not a joke). My husband is a hot sau...
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