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This wonderfully easy dish is something your guests will enjoy time and time again, and they'll think you spent extra time in the kitchen. You most certainly can prepare the main ingredients a day ahead and have this ready to serve when your guests...
(Note: This story contains updated material. Please see below.) Q: I am searching for a recipe that appeared in your paper many years ago. It's called: Rose Lewis' $3,000 third prize Lemon Mustard Chicken. My copy is crumbling and would love to print...
With the onset of summer heat, nothing cools off the body and is more refreshing than fresh summer fruit turned into a bowl of chilled soup. The riper the fruit the better the flavor, so be sure to purchase or pick your melons are peak of ripeness. Too...
Nothing says lovin' more than a fresh chilled bowl of avocado and pumpkin soup. The creaminess of the avocado blended with the pumpkin puree really brings out the deliciousness of both in this soup. Then, top off the soup with delightfully crunchy...
The mercury was high when I wrote this column Wednesday afternoon, so my mind was on frozen treats. I'm tired of writing about frozen yogurt, so I shifted to another frozen treat — smoothies. That takes this column to Pacific Smoothie in south...
The margarita was invented by a Mexican bartender with time and lime on hand. He shook up tequila, lime juice and orange liqueur and handed it to a charming patron. Then named the drink after her: Margarita. Or not. Maybe it was invented in Texas. Or San...
Competition is not your thing. You spent your formative years in a small schoolhouse where teachers fostered tolerance, teamwork and a taste for tie-dye. You earned no grades, trophies or badges. You shared your feelings. So it comes as a surprise that...
Tags: Leah Eskin, Lettuce, Shrimp, Chicago Tribune Columnists, Salt
In keeping with the theme of saving money and keeping the cupboard stocked without running to the store for every ingredient —I give you the humble chicken wing. It's not an expensive part of the chicken, and if you purchase fresh — not...
Those mailboxes in your condominium complex may seem safe enough, but to local ID thieves they could be a piece of cake, allowing them to easily break in and walk away with copies of checks, credit card payments and other forms of personal information....
They have Santa and carols and presents under the tree. We have potato pancakes. I'm good with this division of revelry. Except for the lights. Lights are pretty. They're twinkly. In the cold, dark season, they offer pretty, twinkly cheerfulness. It...
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This is the final sauce in the lineup of mother sauces and it too has many variations of finished possibilities. As with hollandaise, beurre blanc derivatives are prepared by varying ingredients in the reduction or by adding in garnish ingredients. ...
Tags: Heavy Cream, Shallots, Butter, Wines, Salt
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