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Channel 2 NewsIf you’re allergic to almonds and eat cereal, then you may want to double check your cupboard. The Food for Life Baking Company issued a recall for its “Ezekial 4:9” cereal affecting the original, golden flax, and cinnamon raisin...
Renowned storyteller Jane Yolen and daughter Heidi E.Y. Stemple are making magic again. They've written another cookbook for kids, and it's delightful. "Jewish Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook" is filled with lovely illustrations by collage artist...
Tags: Recipes, Judaism, Authors, Religion and Belief, Apples
The above contraption may look a little funny, but it can be essential in the kitchen. Meet the heat diffuser. When you have a recipe that requires stove-top cooking over an extremely low and gentle flame, or are using a delicate cooking vessel such...
Tags: Tortillas, Parsley, Recipes, Black Pepper, Google+
SANTA FE, N.M. — It's fair to call me a chocoholic, but it wasn't until a trip to Santa Fe that I realized I'd never had the good stuff. What was supposed to be a casual late-December exploration of this New Mexican cultural hub wound up...
Tags: Arts, Chile, Petroleum Industry, Hot Cocoa, Arts and Culture
King cake rules over New Orleans in the weeks before Mardi Gras, a beloved, edible symbol of the anything-goes vibe of Carnival in the Crescent City. Ring-shaped, gaudily decorated with golds, greens and purples, and always containing a hidden trinket of...
Mardi Gras is next Tuesday -- got your king cake? At first sight, it may come across as, well, a little unusual. A large wreath-shaped cake bedazzled in vibrant shades of purple, green and gold — there's nothing subtle about it. It might be...
Tags: Ash Wednesday, Google+, Mardi Gras, Mexico, Eggs
FARGO, N.D. - “Am I in trouble?” my husband asked as we stood in the darkened entry of a restaurant waiting for a table. He was looking down at his dark brown winter coat. “What happened?” I asked. He stepped into the light and I saw a fairly large...
Classic Dark Chocolate Ganache for Truffles 8 oz. bittersweet chocolate 1/2 cups heavy cream Bring the cream to a boil in a small heavy saucepan. Chop the chocolate into small pieces, place in a heat-resistant bowl, and pour the hot cream over it,...
Forget the simple quiche, fruit salad and cheese Danish that once fueled home-cooked Sunday brunches. Nobody cooks anymore. Too few of us entertain. That's too bad, because I like nothing more than starting off the week with a Bloody Mary, good...
Gretchen Sheehan wouldn't dream of letting a cat starve. So for the past three years, Sheehan, 72, has made the daily trek from her home in Deerfield Beach to neighboring Pompano Beach to feed a group of homeless cats, including two named Cinnamon and...
Carol Frey from Baltimore was looking for a recipe she has lost for making a ricotta cheesecake. Thomas Scavuzzo from Rosedale shared an old family recipe from the Renna Dairy Co. in Rosedale, Pa. His grandparents owned the dairy, which closed in 1965....
Tags: Pies and Tarts, Recipes, Salt, Butter
There's something magical about the doughnut. You don't have to be Homer Simpson to swoon when you're greeted with all those bright colors and sparkly decorations in a doughnut shop display case. But no matter how wonderful they appear, it's hard to...
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