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I love cake. OK, I also love pie and ice cream and, well you get the point. But I do not love the taste of everything in the cake. For instance, a teaspoon of baking soda on the tongue is a rather nasty culinary experience. But to enjoy cake, baking...
Long before the tomato achieved star status in the vegetable gardening world, its cousin in the nightshade family, the tomatillo (Physalis philadelphica), was a staple for the people of Mexico and Guatemala. One tomatillo plant can pump out more than 10...
Tags: Tomatoes, Arable Farming
Summer always goes too fast. Back-to-school advertisements fill me with mixed emotions: I like the routine, I dread the monotony. A quick calculation tells me we've made more than 4,500 school lunches. Monotonous? With a modicum of imagination, no. The...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Chives, Onions, Lettuce, Butter
Every summer when the sour cherry appears, my culinary nerves start firing. I could eat my weight in pie, cherry pie, that is, baked with those little red gems with the mouth-puckering taste. It is a cornerstone of my diet. Wavy shortcrust pastry top,...
Tags: Cherries, Salt, Cherry Pie, Nutrition, Pies and Tarts
Daily DishPerhaps you're wondering what to do with all the zucchini turning up in the markets about now. 'Tis the season for zucchini, and a great way to make use of it is to add it to breads and other baked goods....
Baby, it’s hot outside. And after this latest bout of 100-plus heat, we’re all screaming for ice cream. Chilling out with some good old-fashioned homemade ice cream or fruity sorbet is a time-honored summer pastime, and a pretty cool...
KickingTiresIt feels like summer just arrived a couple of weeks ago, yet I'm already facing the start of my kids' school year in a few weeks. We're trying to soak up every last bit of fun in the sun we......
Plastic soda bottles, old carpet, out-of-date phone books and lint from the clothes dryer are typical items you might find in any American's trash or recycling bin. For some, however, the line between trash and treasure is fine. They are on America's...
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WGN NewsChef Gregory Ellis 2 Sparrows 553 W. Diversey Parkway Chicago (773) 234-2320 www.2sparrowschicago.com To read more about the restaurant: www.metromix.com Biscuits and Lamb Gravy Lamb Gravy 1 lb. ground lamb 1 1/2 Tbs butter 1/2 cup yellow onion,...
Breakfast is making a comeback in Southern California restaurants -- even in places you might not expect it. Such as at hip Rustic Canyon in Santa Monica, where pastry chef Zoe Nathan makes these amazing biscuits. Made with a full pound of bacon and 1/...
Tags: Bacon, Salt, Dining and Drinking, Restaurants, Egg Yolks
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