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I love a great sandwich. In fact, I would love to have held court with the Earl of Sandwich to see the first creation as it took place. As such there are a variety of sandwiches and flavors, but my next recipes will focus on the wonderful flavors of a...
PARIS — Easter still makes me think of vinegar. A clear wax crayon, drawn onto the white shell, not able to see the childish designs, hoping for the best. Dipping into the colored, vinegary dye with a flimsy wisp of wire shaped like a stop sign. Who...
Brunch — an easy, agreeable way to entertain — sure pleases all generations in our family. Especially when the gathering includes eight or more guests — the norm in our house on Easter Sunday. My favorite dishes leave me time to hunt...
Tags: Parsley, Brunch, French Toast, Summer Squash, Zucchini
In the first version of this sandwich, I gave you the basics. Now it's time to "Make it Happen" as I say in the kitchen. We are going to start with the basics but change up the olive salad a bit to give it a little different flavor. Then we will...
Chicago TribuneMac and cheese is all about technique. And you thought it was about the cheese. There is more to achieving the best texture and flavor, says Ellen Brown, author of "Mac & Cheese: 80 Classic & Creative Versions of the Ultimate Comfort Food" (Running...
Tags: Garlic, USA Today, Cheddar Cheese, Onions, Kosher Salt
Like that ripe jar of kimchi sitting in the back of your fridge, something fizzy, funky and delicious is bubbling up in the American culinary scene. It's called fermentation. Its adherents are called fermentos. And its unofficial guru is a lanky...
You would think that a hotel restaurant in the heart of Orlando's tourist corridor would know something about customer service. Apparently not. And that's a shame because the kitchen at Siro Urban Italian Kitchen at the Orlando Marriott World Center...
Looking for a wonderfully romantic dinner idea without any dramatic fuss? You might just try cooking en papillote. A traditional French technique, cooking en papillote refers to food that is cooked or baked while tightly sealed in greased parchment...
As part of a great California olive oil boom, now at least a dozen olive oil vendors are selling at local farmers markets, up from only a couple a decade ago. Most offer a good product, but there are few who, like Michael O'Brien of Paso Gold, provide...
Special to The Morning CallWhat a grand addition to Easton’s dining options. Two Rivers Brewing Co., which opened just before Christmas in the former home of Mount Vernon Ale House, looms large in the urban landscape, its beautiful Victorian turret bringing a renewed...
Surfas has come to Orange County, and it is a paradise for gastronomes and cooks of every stripe. It's also a great place to pick up a gift for your foodie friends. Located at the OC Mart Mix, its official title is Surfas Culinary District. It is a...
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