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Does the dedicated cook on your list have every cookbook, every gadget? The try these last-minute gift ideas. For a pictorial recap, please see our photo gallery. Dreamy chocolate Julie Waterman works flavorful ingredients (tart cherries and toasted...
Tags: Williams-Sonoma Inc., Coconut
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticIsaiah Berlin, in his famous essay, once divided thinkers into two groups: hedgehogs, who know one big thing, and foxes, who know many things. Proust and Shakespeare. Separating writers into one camp or another has long been a sport of undergraduate...
Paul McCullough www.paulskitchen.com/ Paul's Tips: Especially during holidays, plan your parties to keep prep work minimal but the presentation impressive. Plan menu with mix of make-ahead and fresh prep recipes Instead of a full bar, which...
Tags: Raspberries, Parsley, Lemons
$30 and under | $30 to $50 | $50 to $75 | $75 and over Edible gifts | For the modernist | Pretties for the cook | Basics | Gifts that keep giving | Beautiful tools GOODS SQIRL JAMS Jessica Koslow makes jams, marmalades, chutneys and fruit...
Of all the holidays in this country, none may be as rich with tradition as Thanksgiving. The turkey stars. Bit players include stuffing, potatoes and buckets of gravy. Everything is seasoned to taste, influenced by the flavorings and stuffings and side...
It’s the final countdown. Do do doot do, do do doot doo doo. Lorena, Kerry, and Chris are still standing. I have no idea how the final finals will work, as they seem to change it every season (two finalists! three finalists! one finalist and a goat!...
CHAKVI, Ga. — When it comes to hospitality, Georgians (think Black Sea, not pecan pie) are stern taskmasters. Their feasts, called supras, are dictated by protocol. The official toastmaster (tamada) grants permission to toast and signals the kitchen...
Wild, wacky chocolate The sweet folks who brought you Vosges Haut-Chocolat have stirred up a distinctly American line of chocolate bars: Wild Ophelia. Sourcing ingredients from small farms and artisans (smoked sea salt from Maine, Angelus peaches from...
Tags: Frosting and Icing, Prices, Tomatoes, Salt
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — What does the third-best beer bar in the world look like? It looks like a lot of other bars. HopCat, stationed on a corner in downtown Grand Rapids, Mich., has a long, curving wood bar packed with drinkers, beer placards on...
He's best known for his roles on Broadway and of course on TV, but actor Bryan Batt is also a gifted interior designer. At his shop Hazelnut, Bryan has some great ideas for setting the perfect tablescape for your next party! "Wherever you get your...
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