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Last night's presidential debate was a controversial one, as most modern political events tend to be these days. One of the biggest talkers coming out of the first debate was GOP contender Mitt Romney straight up admitting that he's going to cut PBS...
The evolution of airport food continues, from stale burgers in the past to today's higher-end offerings from Spago founder Wolfgang Puck and Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto. Puck's Wolfgang Puck Express and Morimoto's Skewers restaurants, now open at LAX,...
ELLISON BAY, Wis. — The sweet aroma of onions caramelizing in a skillet is impossible to miss as vacationers enter the classroom in an old schoolhouse not far from the northern tip of Wisconsin's Door Peninsula. The 16 students, a mix from children...
Associated PressINDIANAPOLIS -- Flip through Rachael Ray's daytime cooking show and you'll likely see an ad featuring Democratic Senate candidate Joe Donnelly arguing he can best bring compromise to Washington. Wait a few hours for the CBS primetime hit "NCIS" and...
Move over, all you Hillary Clinton and Henry Kissinger wanna-bes. Here come Chicago’s Rick Bayless, Tony Mantuano and Art Smith, along with 87 other renowned chefs, willing to perform a little kitchen diplomacy on behalf of the U.S. Department of...
Tags: Spiaggia, Healthy Diet, Tony Mantuano, Rick Bayless, Politics
Los Angeles TimesI remember the stories -- L.A. chefs renting fast cars and and doing a Michelin three-star restaurant blitz through France. Ten restaurants in five days. Wallowing in foie gras, truffles, baby lamb, Brittany lobsters and newborn vegetables. Not to mention...
If loving seven-layer salad is wrong, we don't wanna be right. The crunch, the colors, the bacon — it's beautiful in its predictability and down-home deliciousness. This Labor Day, though, we're going to leave the standard picnic staples to another...
Tags: Cilantro, Kosher Salt, Onions, Chili, Book
Charlie Trotter says he first thought of closing his namesake restaurant after his plane sat on the tarmac at LaGuardia Airport on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. “I realized really how fragile the world is,” he reflects. “I love what...
What with all the current cooking shows and trends in taste, you needn’t be an actual foodie to know what a sous-chef, a maitre d’, and even a sommelier are. But a restaurateur? Without the “n”? Matthew Milani knows. He is one...
We had the pleasure of meeting some pretty talented chefs last week who prepared an absolutely scrumptious meal. Imagine a cool, refreshing apple salad made with Granny Smiths, yogurt and walnuts coupled with French toast topped with cinnamon, cocoa...
Oaxaca Kitchen 228 College St., New Haven, (203) 859-5774, oaxacakitchen.com Tequila can be a sign of seriousness. When consumed in quantities, of course, it can also lead to foolishness. But the walls of tequila bottles and the dozens and dozens...
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