Big Y World Class Market's, A Taste of the Season Holiday Entertaining Issue is filled with holiday entertaining ideas, delicious recipes, cooking tips, do-it-yourself gift ideas as well as the best of holiday baking.

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WWW.BIGY.COM Arts Arts CULINARY 2017 CALENDAR OF CLICK HERE FOR A MONTH OF LOCKED IN SAVINGS! We received so many incredible submissions that it was impossible to choose just 12. Here are some more fantastic local artists whose "foodspiration" creations inspired us so much we just had to share them with you! IT'S SO DELICIOUS: MORE INCREDIBLE INSPIRATIONS WILLIAM TAMBINI – PEABODY, MA You can practically taste these simply perfect peaches… no wonder William Tambini was moved to capture them: "I love ripe peaches at the end of summer." MARY ANN HONORE – LEBANON, CT Sometimes, the best things are the simplest, like a perfectly fresh piece of fruit. Just ask Mary Ann Honore: "I was inspired by some fresh pears I had on the counter." MARION FONTAINE – SPRINGFIELD, MA For Marion Fontaine, the funny interplay between her husband and dog provided the creative spark she needed to paint this slice-of-life scene: "My husband, Joe, is a fabulous cook, which is why our cocker spaniel, April, begs whenever we are in the kitchen. It was only natural that they would both be my models. Bacon is one of our favorite snacks, but feeding April human food is a 'no-no.' I painted my husband looking just a little guilty for being caught cheating, giving our pup a bite." AMANDA GERVAIS – PLAINFIELD, CT New England and Louisiana might be miles apart, but they definitely share a wealth of delicious seafood dishes. Amanda Gervais looked to her Cajun roots for inspiration: "I am just a simple artist with a deep passion for painting 'outside of the box.' I was born and raised in southern Louisiana; us Cajuns love gumbo and seafood! C'est Si Bon means 'oh so good.' Who doesn't love Cajun food?" Arts Arts CULINARY 2017 CALENDAR OF

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