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Estranged from her English family, Camilla Fetherwell now lives in the United States and owns a successful catering business. Returning home for her father’s funeral, she reunites with her first love, Billy, whom she hasn’t seen since her father broke up their teenage romance. Her life feels as splattered as her catering apron. As she watches her food stylist make a strawberry look luscious with a swipe of lipstick, Camilla wonders if a gloss has been put over a family secret. Can she and Billy survive what’s underneath?

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Summers in Spain — especially beach towns like Ibiza or in the Canary Islands — are best spent sipping on a refreshing, fruity glass of sangria. Although Sangria dates back hundreds of years, it didn’t hit the United States’ radar until it was served at the Spanish World Area during the 1964 World’s Fair in New York.

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Even though they’re plentiful in supermarkets year-round, nothing beats the flavor of a juicy, sun-ripened strawberry in season.

Strawberry-picking season reaches its peak during this time. This is one of the few names that was universal to all Algonquin tribes.

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Just 1 cup of strawberries gives you more than enough vitamin C for the day. While we love a good orange in winter, strawberries are perfect during those warmer months when they are at their sweetest and brightest. We love using these red berries in everything from sweet treats to salads, as they are full of fiber and help satisfy a sweet tooth.

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My father loves dessert. My mother baked spice cakes, brownies, pies and cookies daily, so he'd have a homemade treat after dinner and in his …

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When the West Cape May Business Association threw its first festival — what is now the ever-popular Cape May Strawberry Festival — over 20 yea…

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