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This week's Culinary SOS request comes from Janelle Webb in Bakersfield: "My co-worker raves about the chicken tequila fettucine from California Pizza Kitchen. Her birthday is coming up in February, and we would like to make the dish for a girls'...
Morocco dropped by. I wasn't expecting a North African kingdom, but company is always welcome. Especially such charming company — those cinnamon-warm spices, those lush stews and that habit of pressing savory against sweet. Intoxicating. And no...
Tags: Onions, Pies and Tarts, Morocco, Salt, North Africa
Potato latkes are traditional for Hanukkah, but cookbook writer Phyllis Glazer points out that in the Middle East, where the holiday began, potatoes were unknown before the time of Columbus. Enter the bulgur latke, made with soaked wheat, which would have...
Tags: Onions, Google+, Hanukkah, Judaism, Los Angeles Times
The Village at Gulfstream Park's new addition features dozens of rum styles, and the menu allocates a section to "Rum 101," so customers can learn about what they order. For happy hour, from 4 to 7 p.m. daily, mojitos made with those numerous rums cost...
I wanted a bowl of soup. Day 17 of the never-ending cold everyone's had, and I needed pho. Like the big, steaming bowls of spice-scented broth filled with long rice noodles and topped with fresh herbs that I used to slurp 30 years ago at a restaurant...
In winter, there’s nothing more comforting than a warm, meltingly tender bowl of beans — whether as soup, side dish or cassoulet. The best starting point for those meals is dried beans, one of the most frugal items at the grocery store and...
ST. PAUL, MINN. - An Indiana woman's Asian twist on pizza has earned top honors in the Taste of CHS Recipe Contest sponsored by CHS Inc., the nation's leading farmer-owned cooperative, and its joint venture company Ventura Foods, LLC. Hidemi Walsh of...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Onions, Parmesan Cheese, Cheese, Margarine
Metropolitan Coffeehouse & Wine Bar has a certain je ne sais quoi. The eatery — a Federal Hill mainstay, serving three meals a day since 2004 — is excessively charming, with a look lifted right out of Paris' Left Bank. Dark painted wood,...
Ever open a pomegranate and wonder how to get at all those seeds? Picking them out one by one can be both time-consuming and incredibly messy. Don’t worry, there’s an easy way. Break the pomegranate open over a large bowl of water. Place the...
They couldn’t get enough mulligatawny. The soup party wasn’t for another day, but the appetites of the guests for saying the mouthful of mulligatawny couldn’t be satiated. The “Seinfeld” episode on Kramer’s favorite...
Tags: Onions, Foods and Beverages, Weather, Soups, Summer Squash
First impression: While it seems every Mexican fast casual restaurant calls its food "fresh," I still think too much of what they serve is made in some central kitchen far far away. But if you peak into the kitchen at Salsa Fiesta, you can actually...
Nothing takes the chill out of January like a house filled with the aroma of slow-cooking goodness. In our house, that aroma frequently includes a touch of curry spice. On braised meat, on roasting veggies and simmered in a pot of stew or soup. In some...
Tags: Onions, Foods and Beverages, Thyme, Soups, Summer Squash
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