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The Baltimore SunRussell Brown, executive chef at O'Learys Seafood Restaurant in Annapolis, was in Today's Kitchen on Nov. 18 with Al Roker and Natalie Morales. The funniest thing happened. See, Brown is demonstrating how to make swordfish steak au poivre, and Morales...
One reason most of us love the holiday season is that it provides opportunities to spend more time at home with family and friends. One reason most of us who are the family chefs dislike the holiday season is the stress it provides when we spend more time...
Tags: Parsley, Cilantro, Parmesan Cheese, Olives, Tacos
Servings 8 A simple topping of goat cheese, crispy bacon and sweet-tart cranberries adds great flavor to green beans. Ingredients 1/4 pound bacon, roughly chopped 1 1/2 pounds green beans, washed and trimmed 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 1...
Tags: Bacon, Parsley, Dietary Fiber, Cranberries, Salt
Phases 2, 3, 4 Don’t confuse fennel with anise, which looks similar but has a definite licorice flavor. Fennel is much milder, with a faintly sweet taste. A mandolin is the quickest way to slice fennel thinly, but a heavy sharp knife will work...
Tags: Lemons, Salads, Fennel, Salt, Foods and Beverages
Special Correspondent"Troops march on their stomachs," Napoleon Bonaparte once observed. Arguably, travelers do too, and on getaways many gravitate to buffets. Florida, being synonymous with fresh fish and other delicious gifts from the sea, serves up some bountiful seafood...
Tags: Oysters, Walt Disney, Pecans, Macaroni and Cheese, Butter
Whether it's a juicy T-bone or a tender sirloin steak, the American favorite is always a winner. This time, Caryl Sanderson, of Nanty Glo, has brought a whole new meaning to the word "steak." "It's just hamburger," Sanderson said about this week's winning...
Tags: Recipes, Soups, Potatoes, Hamburgers, Onions
It's a big boost of flavor with little effort. In the middle of winter, when produce is often lacking in flavor, vinegars and oils can offer a new dimension to lackluster produce. "Out of season vegetables and fruits are not nearly as good as the...
Tags: Strawberries, Grapefruit, Tomatoes, Cheese
Not being terribly "continental," we Americans tend to hit the supermarket once a week, rather than shopping for fresh stuff for dinner every day. Hence, the pantry. In your arsenal of fall-back foods to use for dinner when you can't get to the...
Elementary schools Breakfast Choice of cinnamon toast with hash browns, yogurt and toast, juice, fruit and milk. Lunch Choice of chicken round-ups, Salisbury steak with gravy, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Cheerios and yogurt, chef salad, mashed...
Tags: Soups, Gravy, Butter, Sandwiches, French Fries
Lancaster County Church Gives Back this Thanksgiving; St. Philip the Apostle Celebrating 27 Years of ServiceMulti-media JournalistJust before 4:00 Thursday morning volunteers begin trickling into St. Philip the Apostle Church ready to prepare Thanksgiving dinner for more than 500 people. The organization reaches out to the less fortunate and anyone who on Thanksgiving does not...
Fresh, lightly herbal, sweetened with a touch of honey and with just the right amount of tang, BLD tosses its homemade dressing with a wonderfully bright and colorful salad of crunchy fresh corn, edamame, roasted bell peppers and green beans, along with...
Tags: Salads, Shallots, KTLA, Weather, Foods and Beverages
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