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The Hartford CourantAs long as we have been writing this column, we've tried to make readers feel confident in the kitchen. We realize that not everyone has professional quality cooking skills or a lot of experience at the stove. That's our reason for trying to keep...
Tags: Salt, Recipes, Cheese, Kosher Salt
Whether you call them chickpeas or garbanzo beans, if you're a fan, they don't get much better than this refreshingly bright salad, one of our Top 10 Recipes from 2011. Marinate chickpeas in a blend of lemon juice, olive oil and salt, then toss them...
Tags: Salt, Recipes, Parsley, Russ Parsons, Onions
Lisa Graff, an author who teaches children's literature at McDaniel College, can't read a map to save her life. She's terrible at crossword puzzles, has trouble telling her left hand from her right and uses far too many exclamation points. While she was...
Tags: Kidney Disease, Recipes, Book, Literature, Entertainment Events
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: Sweet Butter, in Sherman Oaks, uses shrimp in the freshest tasting and most flavorful ceviche I have ever tried. Can't stop thinking about it. Any chance of snagging the recipe? Susan Hawkins Beverly Hills Dear Susan: Plump tiger shrimp...
Your body’s ability to burn fat for energy is a key factor in losing weight. These 3 tips will help power up your fat burning furnace to melt fat away naturally. Turn Up the Heat Thermogenic foods are foods that produce extra heat, causing...
This week's Culinary SOS request comes from Susan Hawkins in Beverly Hills: "Sweet Butter, in Sherman Oaks, uses shrimp in the freshest tasting and most flavorful ceviche I have ever tried. Can't stop thinking about it. Any chance of snagging the...
Three miracles happen each day: the sunrise, the sunset and a third you need to discover in between. Each day offers the chance to see something rare and beautiful. Usually, you have to seek it out. But sometimes, if you are lucky, it visits you. I'm...
I wanted to give readers a recipe that would be nice finish to any meal. This lemonade cake was something I ran across more than 10 years ago, which I've adapted. You can add an additional egg white and cut back on eggs to two, it also really makes a...
Tags: Marketing, Milk, Vanilla, Butter, Vanilla Extract
A recipe adapted from Thomas Keller's "Ad Hoc at Home," these crisp, braised chicken thighs are rich yet bright with a great harmony of flavors, including olives, lemon zest and thinly sliced fennel. The whole dish comes together in just over an hour, and...
The No. 1 trick to roasting chicken: Heat. For perfectly golden skin, turn on the convection setting on the oven, if you have one, or fully heat the oven to 400 degrees. For moistness, let the chicken swim first in a briny solution of water, sugar and...
Tags: Peanut Butter, Salt, Fennel, Foods and Beverages, Butter
The Dish - Orlando SentinelThe more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Chilled Florida Wildflower...
While the craft cocktail may be the mainstay for a quiet firelit evening at a jazz club, there comes a time in every establishment's life when patron volumes and desires trump the ability to slowly put together housemade infusions, bitters and tinctures...
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