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There's something magical about the doughnut. You don't have to be Homer Simpson to swoon when you're greeted with all those bright colors and sparkly decorations in a doughnut shop display case. But no matter how wonderful they appear, it's hard to...
Chicago ShoppingNew Orleans is in the heat of Mardi Gras season, with the biggest events culminating on Fat Tuesday (Feb. 12). But for those easily overwhelmed by massive, rowdy crowds and daily parades, there’s no reason to travel when you can get a taste of the...
Total time: 40 minutes The delicate corn latkes that Joachim Splichal serves at Patina have been on the menu since the day the doors opened. Splichal layers them with fresh marinated salmon, but smoked salmon can be the perfect replacement. They are...
Tags: Butter, Salt, Chives, Heavy Cream, Shallots
Sue Pierce from South Bend, Ind., wrote in looking for a recipe for making elephant ears, the kind that you can get at many local fairs across the country. She said her mom loves them and she was hoping someone would be able to share an easy recipe so...
Amanda Rettke of Shafer, Minn., was one of the 10 winners of our first Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off with these sugar cookies: "This recipe was groundbreaking for me in that it changed how I perceived myself in the kitchen. I am not a...
Tags: Holidays, Lemons, Egg Yolks, Recipes, Los Angeles Times
Move over mashed potatoes and rice. It’s time to make room on the plate for some new sides. Nick Malgieri’s spinach and Roquefort bread pudding combines leafy greens with a blue-veined cheese to create a moist and tender pudding. It’...
Tags: Pepperoni, Foods and Beverages, Nutmeg, Breads, Kosher Salt
These adorable scones, delicate, flaky and not overly sweet, may look small, but they pack a lot of flavor. Buttermilk lends a subtle tang, enhancing the richness of the egg and butter, and a bit of dried or candied fruit adds a nice surprise with...
So when should you use fresh herbs in a recipe? And when do you go for the dried? It can be a perplexing question, especially if the recipe is not specific. I usually use fresh herbs and spices in recipes where I need them to impart flavor quickly, such...
Tags: Pasta, Parsley, Foods and Beverages, Wines, Recipes
It’s probably safe to say that most moms have a favorite holiday recipe … one that evokes a fond memory of baking or a sumptuous smell. Managing editor, Jennifer Broadwater and editor, Jennifer Dansicker thought they would reminisce and share...
Larry Blanas switched careers, and worlds. After 30 years in the construction business, he now wrestles with gingerbread and octopus with violet tentacles. The cellphones he sells are frosted. Warm zucchini muffins fly out the door. Long a hobby baker,...
Decades ago, our family spent vacations camping in Arkansas. We'd eat out twice: Once for fried catfish and hush puppies and the other time for a pancake breakfast. Reading the menus in the Mountain Home cafe, my Chicago-born siblings and I would marvel...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Recipes, Salt, Chives, Milk
Hanukkah may be the Jewish festival of lights, but it is also, in the culinary sense at least, a festival of oil. Jewish cooks around the world fry foods to commemorate the ancient miracle of how a day’s worth of oil burned for eight days in the...
Tags: Holidays, Judaism, Arts and Culture, Salt, Israel
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