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At last, after great deliberation and much wringing of hands, David Manilow made a decision. White smoke rose from a pipe outside the window of his Lincoln Park office. He adjusted the zipper on his navy blue garment, splayed his hands on a conference...
At last, Pennsylvania is starting to steal some of the thunder from New York City when it comes to culinary news. This week's big story, of course, was a judge's trashing of New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on Big Gulp, set to take effect Tuesday....
The trend of swapping disposable grocery bags for reusable cloth and plastic-lined bags has become a popular choice. Reusable bags reduce waste but there are food safety concerns to consider. Certain foods, such as raw produce, meat, poultry and fish...
How are your microbes doing today? Yes, your personalized, bazillion little bacteria working their magic in your stomach and intestines and -- if you're to believe many recent reports -- may be causing you problems with auto-immune issues. What's an...
Tiny print that tricks consumers, stuff that used to be free but isn't anymore and gadgets you can install on your car to reduce auto insurance premiums. That's a sampling from Spending Smart topics this year, along with secrets on how to buy diamonds,...
Tags: Super Bowl, Consumers, Smart Car, Insurance, Vegetarian Diet
"Everybody got a pistol. This must really please the NRA" — from "Gun" by Gil Scott-Heron So maybe the NRA is about to get its wish. Here we are, a little over three weeks after the massacre at an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., a...
Sometimes, Richard "Rico" White says, parents get so strung out and desperate that they push their kids to join gangs to guarantee a supply of drugs. The kids go along, White says, but most don't want any part of the gang life. That's where he comes in....
Tags: Edgewood, Barry Levinson
Q: I have been cooking beef tenderloin with Madeira sauce from the Dec. 3, 2003, Trib for several years. My question is: Could I make it up to the point where I make the sauce then refrigerate it? Then, prior to serving, bring to room temp and finish it...
Tags: Michigan Avenue, Beef Tenderloin, Parsley, Butter, Mustard
Remember when you liked to fly? Bill Knauer does. Knauer, 76, of Laguna Niguel, spent his career in the food industry. He hopscotched all over the country peddling his wares. Fun fact: Knauer says he was the young Swanson executive who introduced TV...
Coming off the Thanksgiving holiday and heading into the Christmas season, many of us have food on our mind. A few of us, me included, had a few too many turkey sandwiches and pieces of pie while gathering with friends and family over the holiday. The...
I am a post-Jell-O generation hold-out. My mom lived and learned to cook during the 1950s and ‘60s, the heyday of the congealed salad and dessert. So at every picnic, party and family get-together of my youth, there was Jell-O in all its jiggly...
Tags: The Herald-Mail
The University of Maryland Extension, together with the Partnership for Food Safety Education, have put together a list of safety tips for a fun, tasty and safe family Thanksgiving feast this year. Get the right size bird for your big eaters, and thaw...
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