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The No. 1 trick to roasting chicken: Heat. For perfectly golden skin, turn on the convection setting on the oven, if you have one, or fully heat the oven to 400 degrees. For moistness, let the chicken swim first in a briny solution of water, sugar and...
Bread recipes often call for some sort of "wash" or glaze before baking, sometimes egg, sometimes milk. Even butter. Different washes are used to achieve different results: - Brushing with beaten whole eggs will give color and sheen to a bread. Egg yolk...
On Valentine's Day, maybe you woo your sweetie with flowers, chocolates or even diamonds. But what are you going to do about dinner? Whether you'll be curling up to a showing of “When Harry Met Sally” at the Electric Dusk Drive-In, strolling...
Tags: Lemons, Oysters, Strawberries, Salads, Potatoes
During the cold winter months, finding fresh local vegetables can be an arduous task for menu-planning chefs and restaurateurs. However, an increase in diners wanting to start the new year with healthier eating habits may also translate to a higher demand...
The Baltimore SunMichael Mina's name is familiar to Baltimore restaurant-goers from the suite of restaurants he developed for the Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore - Wit & Wisdom, Pabu and Lamill Coffee. But Mina's base of operations is in San Francisco, and the Michelin-...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticWhat you think about Cortez is going to depend in large part on what you think about crowds, and noise, and screechy jazz, about well-meaning servers who are slightly impatient with the idea of service, and about spending most of an hour leaning up...
Tags: Tahini, Dining and Drinking, Potatoes, Lucques, Restaurants
In winter, there’s nothing more comforting than a warm, meltingly tender bowl of beans — whether as soup, side dish or cassoulet. The best starting point for those meals is dried beans, one of the most frugal items at the grocery store and...
Tags: Recipes, Parsley, Lemons, Whole Foods Market, Salt
Shrimp and bacon, two splurge items in my house, the former for the cost, the latter for the caloric toll, come together here for an indulgent-tasting dish. Wanting something celebratory for a we're-staying-in New Year's Eve dinner, I picked up a pound...
Tags: Recipes, New Year's Day, Salt, Bacon, Shrimp
We've all heard about Noma, the Danish restaurant at the forefront of the Nordic food movement headed by chef Rene Redzepi. But what does the impact of Nordic cuisine (and other influences on modern dining) look like on the plate at Chicago's leading...
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...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGun control could be at the forefront of the 2013 Maryland General Assembly session after the shooting in Newtown, Conn., last month, and Hagerstown resident Virginia Fennel said it should be. “They need some kind of laws or legislation to...
A look back at 2012 provides a smorgasbord of dishes for Good Eating's annual roundup of favorite recipes. Dig in! Bourbon pecan pie Prep: 25 minutes Cook: 57 minutes Servings: 8 For our Thanksgiving section, former Good Eating editor Carol Mighton...
Tags: Parsley, Egg Whites, Salt, Iron (dietary supplement), Mushrooms
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