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Contributing WriterSaturday was a very pleasant day to be outside. Although the farmers’ market wasn’t as busy as usual, we had a steady flow of people stop in. Mark your calendars for our next big event. Our Customer Appreciation Day will be held on Saturday,...
Is anybody else excited by the lettuce options out there these days? My local supermarket offers bagged and boxed salads in more than a dozen combinations. However, it's the clamshell boxes of miniature heads of artisanal lettuces (often with their...
Looking for something perfectly cool for a hot summer day? Oh, and simple? And ready in about an hour? Try ceviche. Specifically, this scallop ceviche recipe requested by Amanda in Encino: "We spent the weekend in Los Cabos and had an incredible scallop...
Tags: Salt, Tortilla Chips, Black Pepper, Chile, Limes
Third in a three-part series. There's no denying that soft-shell crabs are a little weird. They're slimy and slippery when raw. Cooked in a sandwich, their spindly legs and grabby claws poke out from the slices of bread and make some people wonder,...
Tags: Breads, Mayonnaise, Salt, Flour, Eggs Benedict
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade, or so the adage goes. The clever tippler knows to take that pragmatic advice one step further: Give those lemons a twist — be it a clever garnish, an unexpected flavor pairing or, even, a bright shot of...
Tags: Chicago Restaurants, Pineapple, Blackbird, Oranges, Lemons
Joyce Ann Higgins has been a member of Hagerstown chapter of the Embroiderers Guild of America since the early 1980s. She’s been bringing this appetizer to social gatherings even longer. She said she found this recipe for cucumber and cream cheese...
This is troubling. I can count on one trotter the number of days in my life I've gone without eating meat. What's frightening is that it's more or less automatic; to not incorporate animal flesh into two of my three meals leaves something lacking, like an...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Pepperoni, Restaurants, Pizzas, Onions
Want to reduce calories before the summer bathing suit season but still enjoy foods that satisfy hunger and please your taste buds? Eat your salad first, as the main dish, filling up on the lower-calorie, healthier-for-you vegetables before you're...
Tags: Thyme, Breads, Salt, Parsley, Pita Bread
Honestly, could it get any better than salad sometimes? Big, beautiful, colorful -- and so often simple -- salads are a perfect choice when you're planning dinner in a pinch. Tailor the components just so to please picky dinner guests, or fix one as a...
Tags: Egg Whites, Kosher Salt, Salt, Belgian Endive, Black Pepper
Alan Greeley's Golden Truffle has been around for more than 30 years, and there is a reason why this neighborhood bistro has had such longevity. The food is good! The restaurant has added a full bar. The menu offers an ever-changing variety, according...
It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t appreciate the cute factor of mouse melons. Also known as Mexican gherkins, the fruit of Melothria scabra looks like watermelons shrunk for a dollhouse tea party. Each is the size of a grape, speckled...
As legends go in Chicago restaurant kitchens, Majed Diab resides in the deep underground, though within the Middle Eastern community he's something of a minor celebrity. In the 1980s he opened The Nile near 63rd Street and Kedzie Avenue , launched its...
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