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Dining@LargeThis guy is going to be appearing Thursday night at the Friendship Heights Village Community Center in Chevy Chase. The host of "America's Test Kitchen" will be promoting his new book, "Fannie's Last Supper." Wednesday's contest depends on your having.......
Tags: Chevy Chase, Calvin Coolidge, Vermont
Dining@LargeThis is not exactly a pretty recipe, to say the least. I'd say that most casseroles aren't. But it's tasty and filling -- and it definitely made the "keeper" list in our house. Plus you could easily swap out the......
My latest creation came about when playing with some espresso-ground pumpkin spice coffee. I love the flavor and was interested in trying to coax out more flavors at breakfast, hence the Pumpkin Coffee Cake. I also wanted it to have a bite to it so that...
Tags: Arable Farming, Baking Powder, Coffee Cake, Marketing, Vanilla
The culinary scholar recognizes five sauces: bechamel, veloute, espagnole, tomato and hollandaise. No more. All sauce, he insists, flows from one of these "mother sauces." A charmingly compact, if incomplete, worldview, ignoring, as it does, the...
Nora Ephron knew good. She celebrated, ever so cleverly, the pleasures of the balanced vinaigrette, key-lime pie, pastrami sandwich and true — if unexpected — love. She had her prejudices too. No patience for disheveled hair or, strangely,...
Tags: Nora Ephron, Cheddar Cheese, Quiche, Heavy Cream, Leah Eskin
Gnocchi share much with their cousins, the pastas, yet retain a unique heritage: rolled from potatoes; hunched into dumplings; and led by that silent "g" cozied up to the "n." A burden few words share. The gnome is used to the role of odd. He spends...
Tags: Sage, Potatoes, Chicago Tribune Columnists, Pasta, Gnocchi
Boyhood calls for supplies. Rocks, of course. Magnifying glass to study rocks. Stick collection, shell collection, stamp collection. State quarters, minus Alaska. Pocket knives. Possible fossil. Spring-loaded snake, packed into its candy tin. Juggling...
The first time papa brought a babka, it was gone in a flash. He set the white bakery box on the kitchen table, then turned to get a knife. There was a flash of fur, the gnash of teeth, silence. Theo makes quick work of his prey. We never even found the...
White sauces includes classic sauces such as veloute; and béchamel, both are made by thickening a liquid with a roux. Veloute;, which translated, means "velvety, soft, and smooth to the palate," is made by flavoring a white stock with aromatics and...
Tags: Cheddar Cheese, Marketing, Onions, Cheese, Salt
Kitchen and chicken are practically the same thing, at least to the dyslexic and the hungry. Which makes sense. Every kitchen should meet regularly with chicken. It's the dish that scents the air, warm, comforting and homey. Especially chicken pot pie....
Tags: Health, Dyslexia, Pies and Tarts, Onions, Bacon
By Melissa Tewes Whether you are eating out or dining in, the side dishes you choose to accompany your main entree can make or break your otherwise healthful meal. If you are dining out, try choosing restaurants that offer a variety of choices. Don't...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelThe more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Apricot Glazed Ham. It's...
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