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Chef Rich Matthews, of the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, likes to serve this salad with a starch. He simmers purple Peruvian potatoes in lightly salted water until knife-tender. Each salad gets a few slices. Vinaigrette Juice of...
Tags: Salt, Lifestyle and Leisure, Fennel, Strawberries, Salads
Lucille's American Cafe Salmon Burger Lucille's Salmon burgers are served with cucumber slices and a dill cream. The cafe makes large quantities of the dill cream because diners often request more. Use leftover cream as you would a Tzatziki sauce by...
Tags: Salt, Lifestyle and Leisure, Lemons, Sour Cream, Onions
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNote: Talk about a simple recipe. Talk about fabulous taste. Times Food Editor Russ Parsons wrote in June about the easy trick of steaming salmon in the oven, a technique he learned years ago from Paula Wolfert. Spring's wild salmon, which has a...
It's not a garden yet, just the promise of a garden now, a large square of mud bordered by timbers to keep the dirt from washing out over the backyard grass. But with all the heavy rain lately, it would have been foolish to stand out there on the edge...
Art Gagnon Found at: The Grist Mill (Avon) What infusions are you making? I'm in the process of changing things up now. A soon as my herbs come up I will be doing infusions with basil, cilantro and thyme. I plan on doing a thyme citrus vodka...
Like many a lobsterman in the year 2012, Captain William Michael Harden discovered he needed a new business plan. Lobsters never recovered after the die-off in 1999, and he couldn't sell the 1,000 a day he needed to make a profit. When he came home from...
Do you realize how good we have it when it comes to food? We can go to the grocery store any time and buy meat, dairy or produce to suit any craving. But before there were better means of transporting goods, the invention of refrigerators or...
The Grateful Palate does casual dining, but the dinner menu's deconstructed Key lime pie and Australian lamb shank don't suggest the post-work drinking atmosphere found at the 17th Street location during happy hour. From 5 to 7 p.m. Monday through...
Tags: Key Lime Pie, Fort Lauderdale
For some people, baking is an enjoyable pastime that often ends in a delicious dessert. But for Ellicott City resident Jackie Gonzalez-Feezer, baking is much more than that. Gonzalez-Feezer is a food blogger, whose website, La Casa de Sweets...
Peruvian food is an interesting and delicious mixture of indigenous cuisine combined with influences from the Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Chinese and West Africans who settled there. At the family-run Inka Cantina in Fountain Valley, you will find a...
The Hartford CourantWhat better way to forget the ubiquitous piles of snow left by the storm known as Nemo or Charlotte or just "the blizzard" than lunch in sunny Portugal? Or perhaps just sunny Park Street? A group of friends gathered there recently to escape cabin fever...
Tags: Shrimp, Fried Potatoes, Lifestyle and Leisure, Cheese, Butter
It is believed that the environmental movement in the United States began with the first Earth Day in 1970. In honor of Earth Day on April 22, why not try a plant-based dish? Vegetarians in the 1970s had far fewer choices of what to eat. There were just...
Tags: Lettuce, Salt, Diets and Dieting, Earth Day, Onions
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