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PARIS — Easter still makes me think of vinegar. A clear wax crayon, drawn onto the white shell, not able to see the childish designs, hoping for the best. Dipping into the colored, vinegary dye with a flimsy wisp of wire shaped like a stop sign. Who...
Scholars of the taqueria arts are well-acquainted with the taco arabe, the signature taco of the Puebla region, which is basically the Mexican version of shwarma: grilled meat shaved from the outside of a skewered cone of sliced, stacked, marinated meat,...
Special to The Morning CallLongevity signals success when it comes to restaurants, so the River Grille’s 10th anniversary this year establishes a good base for the Easton restaurant. My recent dinner there, however, took the score to the max. Despite its urban setting and...
Ingredients: 1 cup of cooked, chopped chicken 1 cup of black beans, cooked and drained 1 cup of cooked white rice 1 eight ounce cream cheese 1/2 cup milk 1/2 teaspoons of cumin Directions: Mix the cream cheese, milk and cumin together in a large bowl....
Tags: Cheese, Cream Cheese, Cheddar Cheese
Ah, Hollywood Beach, my favorite local beach, I love your everyman vibe, the sounds of musicians at your inexpensive bars, and the crisp ocean breeze as I cruise down your Broadwalk on my bike. But your restaurants? Let's just say I'd like to see more...
Tags: Burritos, Cilantro, Pizzas, Beef Brisket, Music Industry
FARGO, N.D. - In the Midwest, most of us have been looking out our windows at a giant walk-in deep freeze since late fall. I think most would agree that we are ready for the outdoors to go through a “defrost cycle.” However, instead of complaining about...
Tags: Burritos, Lifestyle and Leisure, Tacos, Recipes, Jack Cheese
Cuernavaca, in the state of Morelos, an hour's drive south of Mexico City, can claim in its culinary heritage a curious dish unfamiliar to many Chicagoans: tacos acorazados. This style of taco is a beloved regional idiosyncrasy, but also something Paula...
Tags: Mexico City, Chicago Tribune, Mexico, Rentals, Potatoes
The above contraption may look a little funny, but it can be essential in the kitchen. Meet the heat diffuser. When you have a recipe that requires stove-top cooking over an extremely low and gentle flame, or are using a delicate cooking vessel such...
Somerset County Dairy PrincessIt is almost Valentine's Day. This means you are trying to find the perfect gift for your loved ones. Milk chocolate is very good, and it can be bought in a cute heart-shaped box. Happy Valentine's Day from your Somerset County Dairy Princess, Cheyenne...
Tags: Turkey (animal), Cheese, Sandwiches, Strawberries, Egg Whites
Escape the winter doldrums with a trip to Century II Feb. 15-17 for the 15th annual Wichita Women’s Fair. This year’s edition features the return of a business workshop, inspirational speakers, cooking demos, fashion shows and the Fitness...
Mark's — renamed ReMark's — recently reopened in Laguna Canyon on the site of his original restaurant that has been shuttered for two years. Mark DePalma tells us proudly that his 11-year-old daughter Ashley suggested the clever new moniker....
Contributing WriterThe indoor Boyle County Farmers Market will continue to operate until the outdoor market opens in the Spring. We are located in the Professional Building on Main Street, Danville (next to Hilliard and Lyons). Hours are: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Thursday and Friday,...
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