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This quick lentil salad from chef and writer Deborah Madison is rich and filling enough to be served on its own (you might never know it's vegetarian) or as a generous side. Lentils are flavored with fragrant bay leaf and garlic, then tossed with a...
Tags: Russ Parsons, Recipes, Onions, Salads, Feta Cheese
This is a classic vegetarian dish that I made simple by incorporating a variety of canned beans and making it a cook all together dish in one pot over low heat. This dish would work well in a slow cooker, too. It's for a vegetarian friend who works at a...
First impression: The first thing I realized about Empire Pizza Cafe is that the woman behind the cash register was friendly and courteous and found a way to share a laugh. She knew the menu as if she owned the place. As it turns out, Robin Levy-...
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This week, Food editor Russ Parsons lets us in on a beginner's cooking class he held for a couple of friends engaged to be married: "So Sunday night, Meghan and Carter came to the house for a cooking class. But instead of doing the usual thing and...
Tags: Russ Parsons, Recipes, Google Inc., Pasta, Noelle Carter
Los Angeles TimesIf you'd like to try our cooking class at your own home, here's an outline of how to go about it. Of course, feel free to improvise. Roast Chicken: Remove the chicken from the refrigerator at least 30 minutes before roasting. Rinse it well and pat it...
This has been the year of kale, with recipes for kale chips and kale salads everywhere. It seems that any food-related get-together, especially potlucks and picnics, featured a kale Caesar. No complaints. These dishes are beautiful departures from the...
When you're looking for a perfect one-dish meal, look no further than this recipe for Tuscan chicken stew. Chicken thighs are braised with white beans in a light tomato sauce, the stew finished with fresh spinach and lots of grated Parmigiano-Reggiano....
The Hartford CourantWhen snow covers the landscape and the temperature dips into the teens and below, we look forward to slow-cooked dishes for dinner. Braises and stews turn meat and vegetables into such hearty fare, but the traditional cooking methods require a few hours...
My father, a former engineer, looks at the tape measure, scowls and keeps rolling the dough. My mother starts picking at it, which draws more scowling. There's a tension in the room. Perhaps the new dough recipe should have been tested before being handed...
Call me paranoid, but I have this creepy feeling that I may need to go into hiding. You see, once all of you realize how easy it is to make a simple pasta sauce, and how you've been wasting you're hard-earned money all these years buying that packaged...
Restaurant criticI was excited to see that New York chef Sara Jenkins of Porsena and Porchetta has just come out with her own app called “New Italian Pantry.” It seems like such a natural subject and the publisher has produced a beautiful app with gorgeous...
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The Hartford CourantFiore's IV Italian Restaurant 17 Whiting St., Plainville 860-747-1700 and http://www.fioresplainville.com Fiore's IV calls itself "a taste of Italy in downtown Plainville," and that's right on the money. A Groupon deal made us want to visit, and...
Tags: Restaurants, Plainville, Dining and Drinking, Seafood, Mushrooms
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