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Staring down a pile of dirty pots and pans is no way to end Thanksgiving Day. And for many celebrants, T-day is simply a single day off from the workweek. To avoid the Friday leftover energy crash, consider eating out this year. Local restaurants...
Staff writerOn the Thursday before Thanksgiving, Sef Gonzalez wanted to do something different for the food truck rally he organizes at the Seminole Hard Rock & Casino in Hollywood. So his asked 40 trucks to submit a dish for the Thanksgiving Dinner Challenge....
Tags: Arable Farming, Hamburgers, Cranberries, Corn, Potatoes
GREEN BEAN & POTATO A LA GENOVESE Yields 4-6 4 cups basil leaves ½ cup almonds ½ cup parmesan cheese, grated 4 garlic cloves 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 pound green beans, blanced 1 pound red potatoes, small (cooked whole) 1 cup chicken...
Tags: Heavy Cream, Shallots, Salt, Garlic, Cranberries
The Brothers Grigg had just started a frozen food company to make, among other things, french fries. But what to do with the scraps of spud left behind? These potato pieces were too small for proper fries, but there were too many of them to be discarded....
Tags: Recipes, Kosher Salt, Soups, Salt, Foods and Beverages
Hagerstown resident Julia Brugh gets together with her mother and sisters every year to harvest and can produce. They call themselves the Wildcat Growers Cooperative. Brugh said the idea behind the End of the Garden Pickle is to take anything that is...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Pickles, Water, Carrots, Columbus Day
When children go to a restaurant, they can practically decide what to eat beforehand because the menu of childhood staples is almost ingrained in their brains: hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken fingers with fries, mac and cheese, and pizza. The choices...
Executive Chef, Simple SushiSIMPLE SUSHI: Pan-Seared Chicken Tenderloin with Lemon-Basil Beurre BlancBrining the rich flavors of a fine-dining experience into your home while saving on your pocketbook. Total time in the kitchen: 1 hour Servings: Dinner for 4 Ingredients...
Tags: Heavy Cream, Cheese Corn, Kosher Salt, Wines, Salt
September 4: Lunchbreak - Guinea Hog Shoulder Confit, BBQ Peaches, Crispy Summer Beans, Pickled GooseberriesEvent: Bread and Wine Farm Dinner Wednesday, September 12 7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m. Bread & Wine 3732 W. Irving Park Rd Chicago For more information: breadandwinechicago.com/slow-foods-event/ www.breadandwinechicago.com/ www.slowfoodchicago.org/ Admission:...
Tags: Kosher Salt, Irving Park, Salt, Guinea
Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes, plus brining and refrigerating time for the fillets Servings: 6 to 8 Note: This recipe requires the use of a kitchen scale. Opal basil is available at select gourmet and farmers markets. Brined halibut 50 grams salt...
Something about a county fair brings out the kid in all of us. With all the hope and optimism of a kid, I have been trying for several years to win a blue ribbon in the Largest Beet category at the Orange County Fair. Vic has been very supportive of my...
Daily DishIf you're looking for something bright and fun this evening, the vegetable salad from BLD on Beverly Boulevard is a perfect choice....
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