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Dining@LargeIn honor of Labor Day, I guess, Ball Park Franks sent me a list of the Top 10 Hot Dog-Consuming Cities. A weaker person than I would save it for next Tuesday, but I'm better than that. I'm going to......
Tags: Texas, South Carolina, Washington, DC, Hot Dogs, Holidays
Dining@LargeI got a press release recently from Johnny Rockets about its new Houston burger, described as "a spicy twist" on its regular burger, with mayonnaise, Hot Rocket Fuel sauce (whatever that is, but, let me guess, it's not the mild......
Dining@LargeI've been putting it off, but really the time has come to settle on a Valentine's Day Top 10 topic.After all, eating out is a Valentine's tradition these days. (I don't think it used to be.) And if I'm going......
Dining@LargeIf you overdid it last night celebrating St. Patrick's Day, I'm not sure you'll feel like cooking a big breakfast of spicy sirloin sliders and breakfast burritos.But the folks at Tabasco and chef Laurent Tourondel of New York's BLT Market......
Tags: Burritos, St. Patrick's Day, Mayonnaise, Cheddar Cheese, Salt
This is a wonderfully easy recipe to prepare. And better yet, it’s a soup that’s loaded with flavor. If you are concerned about the waistline, then substitute the half and half or heavy cream with 1-percent milk. Make sure you gradually add in...
Tags: Marketing, Foods and Beverages, Cheese, Jack Cheese, Tortillas
Q: I have a recipe for pickles that calls for 1 cup coarse salt for 6-8 quart jars of pickles. If I reduce the salt to 1/2 cup, will it affect how the pickles turn out? What if I reduce it to 1/4 cup of salt? There are enough other flavors in the recipe...
Tags: Salt, Bill Daley, Pickles, Cinnamon, Michigan Avenue
This recipe is perfect for those times when you need a delicious dinner that doesn’t require hours of preparation or cooking. It’s low in fat and calories and high in flavor, because I’ve substituted skim milk and cornstarch for heavy...
Autumn has come to Central Florida. Windows sealed shut for months are finally open to the breeze. It's extra-blankets-at-night, long-sleeve-shirts-during-daytime weather. After a long, hot summer, there's a welcome crispness to the air. Autumn is my...
Tags: Papayas, Lakes and Ponds
If you trail any farmer or rancher around his or her operation, you’ll find “innovation” follows them. What does innovation mean? Really, it’s a fancy word that means things are changed to make something work better. Who doesn&...
The culinary scholar recognizes five sauces: bechamel, veloute, espagnole, tomato and hollandaise. No more. All sauce, he insists, flows from one of these "mother sauces." A charmingly compact, if incomplete, worldview, ignoring, as it does, the...
Tags: Tomatoes, Pasta, Salt, Foods and Beverages, Onions
This wonderfully easy dish is something your guests will enjoy time and time again, and they'll think you spent extra time in the kitchen. You most certainly can prepare the main ingredients a day ahead and have this ready to serve when your guests...
Tags: Marketing, Cilantro, Salt, Foods and Beverages, Tacos
This is a classic vegetarian dish that I made simple by incorporating a variety of canned beans and making it a cook all together dish in one pot over low heat. This dish would work well in a slow cooker, too. It's for a vegetarian friend who works at a...
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