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Chicago TribuneLeftover turkey usually presents no problem in the days after Thanksgiving. After all, some people even prefer it leftover. There's the classic turkey soup, the hot sandwiches, the nibbling off the carcass when no one is looking. But after a bit, even...
Tags: Turkey, Turkey (animal), Onions, Salt, Foods and Beverages
Two guys walk into a bar. Sounds like the start of a cheesy joke, right? Not when the two guys are Dan Bazis and Kevin Pyles, who bellied up to the bar at Union Jacks in Columbia last winter to discuss one of those existential questions men on bar stools...
Tags: Butter, Howard County, Cinnamon, Peanuts, Peanut Butter
Social networks for two Facebook and Twitter are great for keeping up with a lot of people. But there’s a new trend of social apps that keep you connected with just a single person, your significant other. Rich Demuro is here to run down the...
Tags: TBS (tv network), Honey, Apples, Pears, MTV (tv network)
Q: When I got married, for our first Christmas, I decided to bake a fruitcake for the first time. The thinking was that if it was made from scratch it would be much better than those horrors sold in the stores. The Betty Crocker yellow fruitcake recipe...
Martha Socolar from Baltimore was looking for a recipe for a pasta salad with turkey that she said was printed on a box of Mueller's shell pasta in the mid-1990s. She said the recipe was on the box for a long time, but she never copied it down. Sue Housel...
Tags: Pasta, Oranges, Nashua Corporation, Mayonnaise, Pasta Salads
Want to win praise for your grilling? Simple. Mix up this sweet, spicy, salty, intriguing red chili glaze and slather it over just about any cut of pork. Seriously. My brother-in-law declared this pork so "bad" he just had to clean his plate. My...
Tags: Cabbage, Carrots, Cilantro, Salt, Foods and Beverages
Q: Many years ago I was dining in a restaurant in Chicago's Chinatown. I ordered pressed duck. It was served in a deep fried form about 6 inches in length, 4 inches wide and about an inch or so thick. The vegetables were pressed together with the duck and...
Daily DishIf you don't mind getting your hands dirty at dinner, you can't go wrong with the peel 'n' eat shrimp recipe David Lentz of the Hungry Cat shared with us a few years back -- large Mexican white shrimp steamed in a spicy beer reduction....
The story begins with "Once upon a time;" the recipe begins with "Onions." Both have the same effect: to set the mood. Onions get right to work scenting the kitchen savory, flavoring the oil sweet, deepening the color and complexity of the dish as it...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelAsian Style Snap Beans 4-6 servings 1 pound fresh snap beans 1/4 cup your favorite Asian sauce 2 tablespoons fresh grated ginger root (or 1 teaspoon dried) 1 tablespoon sesame seeds (black or white) Kosher salt to taste Fresh ground pepper to taste 1....
Wondering what to do with your spiny lobster catch? Here are recipes from our archives that showcase the versatility of fresh lobster meat. LOBSTER NACHOS WITH ASIAN GUACAMOLE AND SPICY SOUR CREAM Depending on you serve it, these nachos can be...
Tags: Onions, Shallots, Sour Cream, Tomatoes, Potatoes
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: I had a delicious meal at Nage restaurant on a recent trip toWashington, D.C., and I would love to have the recipe for its clementine salad. Kathleen Sheldon Santa Monica Dear Kathleen: It's a perfect way to highlight these sweet little...
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