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** Abuelo’s - (Mexican Cuisine), 1413 N Waterfront Pky, 316-634-2230 The Mexican restaurant is offering a fajitas for two plus dessert special good Feb. 14-17 for $29.99. The fajitas for two special features any four flavors (16 oz.) of...
Tags: Tameka Cottle, Hamburgers, Breads, Burritos, Foods and Beverages
So how are those New Year's resolutions going? Are you getting to work a little earlier? Hitting the gym more than once a month? Writing that novel? Eating more healthily? Maybe trying out a vegetarian diet? We can't help with the first few, but if you'...
Tags: Zucchini, Hamburgers, Vegan Diet, Animals, Foods and Beverages
As you cook stocks, soups and stews, or slowly braise the evening's dinner, you're bound to notice fat rise to the surface of the pot or pan. There are several ways to remove unwanted fat: - Use a ladle or spoon to gently skim the fat from the surface...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Onions, Fennel, Veal, Tomatoes
At Maggie's Farm, on a late December night, the small, square Harford Road dining room was full, with couples and foursomes along the edges, and in the middle, two separate large parties, of 12 and 18, celebrating birthdays. We were concerned about...
Dinner tonight is a request from a reader, from one of our recent Culinary SOS columns. Elizabeth Reers of La Jolla writes: "I was at Kuleto's in San Francisco recently, and we had the best minestrone soup. It was fabulous. I have called and emailed,...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Salt, Fennel, Recipes, Pasta
After experiencing the deep freeze of last week, this weekend's sunshine was so welcome. On Sunday morning I sat in my outdoor patio swing and finished up an epic 3,435-page book I had been reading for some time. The book, simply called "New York," had...
Tags: Peppers, Lifestyle and Leisure, YMCA, Weather, Weather Reports
The Dish - Orlando SentinelBy Anne-Marie Denicole and Pam Brandon The post-holiday purge is upon us. From cookies to cocktails, mashed ‘taters and more, the zippers aren't zipping. But before you drag out the celery sticks, consider a gentle, cleansing broth to detoxify....
Of The Morning CallWhen the first Lehigh Valley Beer Week kicks off on Monday, it’s the start of a beer lovers pot of gold filled with exciting tastes and experiences. Some of those experiences just happen to land on Valentine’s Day, so if you and you’re...
On a ridge in Echo Park, the fungus kingdom has established a small beachhead in Mary Steffens’ side yard. She’s growing shiitake, the iconic tree mushroom native to China and beloved in Japan. For many backyard mycologists, shiitake was the...
I’m such a fan of British food writer Fuchsia Dunlop’s two earlier cookbooks, "Land of Plenty: A Treasury of Authentic Sichuan Cooking" and "Revolutionary Chinese Cookbook: Recipes from Hunan Province," that I couldn’t wait for her...
Foraging, I said to the couple across from me. It's kind of the thing here. Blank stares. Foraging, it's kind of the thing that the chef, Iliana Regan, that young soft-spoken woman in kitchen whites with her arms covered in tattoos who just served...
There's nothing like a hot, comforting bowl of hearty soup when the weather is grim outside. During Monday morning's #Weekendeats chat on Twitter, participants braved the winter chill with soups, stews and chili to keep warm. Here are the highlights:...
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