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And then there were four. Brooke, Sheldon, Josh and Lizzie disembark from the Celebrity Cruise ship in Juneau, Alaska. They are all thrilled to be there, though Sheldon’s Hawaiian faculties are not accustomed to the climate: “I better throw on...
So, what's the best way to clean mushrooms? Give them a good dusting with a sponge, or use a small kitchen brush to remove dirt. And although mushrooms are porous, they won't absorb as much moisture as originally believed -- sometimes a little water...
Tags: Fava Beans, Salt, Butter, Recipes, Shallots
Move over mashed potatoes and rice. It’s time to make room on the plate for some new sides. Nick Malgieri’s spinach and Roquefort bread pudding combines leafy greens with a blue-veined cheese to create a moist and tender pudding. It’...
Tags: Heavy Cream, Milk, Baking Powder, Cheddar Cheese, Pepperoni
Staff writerTen days into the New Year and Brio Tuscan Grille wants to help with your weight loss resolutions. It’s Lighter Side of Tuscany menu features 18 items – all with 500 calories or less. “Millions of Americans are watching what they...
Bistro Latino 1392 East Putnam Ave., Greenwich, (203) 698-9033 The homemade flatbread, warm, tender and charred by the grill, is the first indication there's good stuff going on in Bistro Latino's kitchen. The space formerly occupied by...
Damn, I ate well this last year. And apparently so often, I've had to scroll through of a year's worth of photographs to unearth some gems deserving the spot-light. The photos reminded me that the best of what I cooked at home was created with fresh-...
Everyone knows Charlie Trotter as the chef of Charlie Trotter's. It's his name, his restaurant, and he's the boss. But that title “chef” has many meanings, and Trotter has embodied just about all of them during his 25 years at Charlie Trotter'...
Tags: Restaurants, Mindy Segal, Yusho, Boka, Everest
"We are growing asparagus for the first time, and the plants rose to about 3 feet," Culver city reader Jesus Pantoja wrote to the SoCal Garden Clinic. "Do we cut them back this year or let them grow? When do the stocks come?" For an answer, we turned to...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics
Daily DishFor a refreshing -- and quick -- answer to dinner tonight, try this steak carpaccio recipe from Travis Lett of Gjelena. Sear a good piece of seasoned skirt steak, then slice into thin strips. Pound the strips so they're nice and thin, and serve with a...
There's no question that fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet and provide benefits to body and mind that go far beyond conventional nutrition. Most are rich in phytochemicals, whose natural power to support health and combat...
Q. I live in a cold area and have several sagos that have been damaged during the winter. I have tried to protect them with frost blankets. What else can I do? A. King sagos are very hardy. Normally frosts and freezes are not a major problem for these...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Fertilizer
John McLemore For more information: dadgumthatsgood.com/ Garlic and Herb Deep-Fried Turkey Serves 6 to 12 Ingredients: 1 fresh or frozen whole turkey (10 to 14 pounds) 2 gallons cooking oil, preferably peanut oil 1 (16-ounce) bottle Butterball...
Tags: Turkey (animal), Cheddar Cheese, Potatoes, Garlic, Turkey
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