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PORTLAND, Ore. — Is it possible for an Angeleno to leave home and find love in a region where sunshine is merely a rumor and 50 shades of gray are a daily atmospheric reality? It's helpful if the pursuit of that bliss involves a white-hot...
Tags: Biscuits, Bacon, Shortbread, Scranton, Breads
Mother's Biscotti 1 1/3 cups sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/3 cup olive oil, plus extra for work surface and baking pan 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 teaspoon almond extract 3 eggs 3 cups matzo cake meal, about 1 cup whole almonds Beat sugar, salt,...
Tags: Butter, Almond Extract, Salt, Cherries, Biscotti
Dear SOS: We had dinner one night at Brunos Trattoria on Birch Street in downtown Brea. Although most of what we had was actually quite good, we fell in love at first bite with the budino al caramello (caramel pudding/chocolate ganache/whipped cream)....
Tags: Sour Cream
It was Peeps-o-rama on the latest episode of Forkin' Amazing on TradioV! Hosts Jenn Harris and Dominic Riley were so sweet to have me on their Internet radio show again, and I was happy to dish on all things Peeps. We talked about Food's current story...
Tags: Google+, Just Born, Inc.
Chicagoans have been enjoying a mini-boom of Spanish flavors of late. First there was Vera, which opened late last year in the Market District, and now Tavernita, which has been packing them in since its January opening in River North. And what a...
Tags: Salads, Tomatoes, Restaurants, Bars and Clubs, CLTV
As I exited Balena a week or so ago, a passing stranger stopped me. "Good restaurant?" he asked, jerking his head toward the door. I nodded enthusiastically. "Great pizzas," I said. And in that split-second, I fear I gave Balena, which opened two...
Tags: Salads, Butter, Salt, Pizzas, Chicago Tribune Columnists
Special to the TribuneAfter decades of looking for new and exotic plants, gardeners are starting to use what's local: our native prairie shrubs. "Native shrubs combined with exotics give us a huge palette of plants from which to select something appropriate," says Karla...
Tags: New Jersey, Morton Arboretum
Spring onions rarely get a chance to shine. They are always relegated to playing fourth or fifth fiddle. But the spring onion has much more to offer than being a bit player in a soup. From now until the end of the summer, farmers' markets all over...
The flavor of a peach in hot weather can instantly transport you back to your childhood. The peach succumbing to the pressure of your grip while the juice cascades down your chin is a tactile memory that explodes in your cortex with every first bite of...
Many of us grew up thinking that green beans came from a can. Those soft and water-logged beans were all we knew until we had our eyes were opened up to the true flavor of string beans (the name covers haricot verts, wax beans and green beans) that were...
Tags: Garlic, Green Beans, Shallots, Kosher Salt
Of all the holidays in this country, none may be as rich with tradition as Thanksgiving. The turkey stars. Bit players include stuffing, potatoes and buckets of gravy. Everything is seasoned to taste, influenced by the flavorings and stuffings and side...
The cook's year can be divided in two: tomato and not-tomato. But sometimes, even the best-intentioned, most locavore-crazy among us so crave a sweet, tart bite in our salads that we break down and grab one of those cottony out-of-season tennis balls....
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