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The Hartford CourantIt happens to the best of us every year. From Thanksgiving till New Year's, we navigate through endless nutritional land mines: cookie swaps and bottomless candy bowls; office potlucks with the requisite starchy crock-pot comfort foods; cocktail parties...
Tags: Sea Salt, Soccer, Nutmeg, Pies and Tarts, Potatoes
This easy version of a classic Chinese dish is short on work but long on taste. Pass out the chopsticks and enjoy homemade Peking Chicken. Yes, the flavors of Asia are as close as our own kitchens! Serves: 6 Ingredients - 1 scallion (green onion),...
Century after century, the spice trade beckoned those hungry for flavor, profit or adventure. Peppercorns from Pondicherry, Sumatran cinnamon from around Padang, cloves from the Moluccas — all spoke of faraway ports-of-call ripe with the promise...
Author Gertrude Stein once wrote, "A rose is a rose is a rose." But, she never would have written, "A lentil is a lentil is a lentil." Not if she had tasted French green lentils, that is. The tiny green morsels from which this soup is made are far...
Clark County Extension ServiceDid you know that more than one-third of all calories we consume are those from fats and sugar-loaded foods? The recently released 2010 dietary guidelines recommend that we eat less added sugars, less solid fats, including trans fats, less refined grains,...
Tags: Breads, Heart Disease, Health, Lettuce, Hamburgers
The long, sweet history of the wedding cake is a mix of traditions, dreams and changing tastes. So it's no surprise that cupcakes are playing a major role in the latest version of this multitiered, frosting-swirled world. Call it Wedding Cake 2.0....
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Tribune staff reporterAlbarino ("ahl-bah-REEN-yoh") is a refreshing Spanish white wine with plenty of fruit, aroma and summery zing. Ground zero for albarino is Rias Baixas (REE-as bye-SHAHS), an oceanside wine region in the northwestern province of Galicia. While the...
Tofu, made fresh from soybeans, is an excellent protein source that's good for you and your pocketbook. With one serving of tofu, you can get as much as one-fifth of your daily protein needs met, and a whole pound of it will cost you less than $3, even if...
Pumpkin pie Note: From Noelle Carter Total time: About 1 hour Servings: Makes 1 (9-inch) pie 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 1/8 teaspoon ground allspice 1/8 teaspoon ground cloves 1/8...
Tags: Cinnamon, Salt, Nutmeg, Arable Farming, Pumpkin Pie
Museum dining carries an unsavory reputation that's unfortunately well deserved. So, the first visitors back in 2004 to the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian in Washington may be forgiven if they cocked a skeptical eyebrow at the name...
Tags: Breads, Tomatoes, Culture, Nutmeg, Minority Groups
Cumberland County's Chef Donna Desfor has two recipes you can use to make breakfast that you can take on the go. Recipe: Morning Muffin Magic Makes about 2 dozen muffins These retro-muffins are also known as "morning glory muffins" and become popular in...
Tags: Cinnamon, Coconut, Carrots, Electrical Appliance, Cheese Corn
One-pot cooking doesn't have to mean a monotonous march of braised hunks of meat. You can cook a surprisingly diverse range of dishes, from salads to stews to stir fries to soups, as proven in Chef Ming Tsai's new cookbook, "Simply Ming One-Pot Meals"...
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