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Love corn? Sometimes, there's no better way to celebrate summer than with fresh corn. Its peak season is from May to September, and its plump, sweet kernels can be used in so many ways, whether you toss them fresh into salads, steam them or puree corn...
Tags: Bacon, Soups, Lifestyle and Leisure, Foods and Beverages, Salt
The sandwich's simple format offers unlimited options for culinary creativity. At Woody's Hitching Post — deep in Monkton's pastoral horse country — chef-owner David "Woody" Woodruff is busy exploring those options — to the great...
Crimini mushrooms, which are also called Roman, brown or Italian mushrooms, used to be the only mushroom grown in the United States. Growers abandoned them in favor of a faster-growing cousin, the common white button mushroom. However, an increase in...
•Name: Alyssa Carroll •Age: 29 •Hometown: Macungie •Name: Richard Yost •Where from: Macungie •What you call him: Pappy •What he calls you: Sunshine •Something special about him: Everything! He's a...
QUESTION: I have these onion-looking plants growing. They don't smell like onions and they aren't bulbs I planted. What can they be and what should I do about them? Peggy in Falls Church, Va. ANSWER: They could be a leek, but probably an onion. In any...
Visitors to Chicago are sure to enjoy our excellent food culture. To experience a little bit of that culture in your own kitchen, we've collected some of our favorite recipes. Enjoy! Enchiladas El Popo From El Popocatepetl tortilleria on 21st Street,...
Recipe provided by B.S. Sandwich Press Ingredients: 8-oz. Package of cream cheese 2 T Raspberry preserves 2 T minced jalapenos (with juice) Fresh mixed greens Red onion, sliced Premium deli turkey French bread Olive oil Instructions: In a mixing...
Third in a three-part series. There's no denying that soft-shell crabs are a little weird. They're slimy and slippery when raw. Cooked in a sandwich, their spindly legs and grabby claws poke out from the slices of bread and make some people wonder,...
Tags: Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Foods and Beverages, Salt, Restaurants
Contributing WriterWe managed to dodge rain storms moving through Saturday. The accompanying wind gusts kept everyone on their toes, as our canopies can quickly become airborne. One of our new members to the market this year, River Run Farm and Pottery, set up their...
Tags: Tomatoes, Green Beans, Butter, Cinnamon, Salt
Hungry visitors have plenty of dining options at this year's Orlando Fringe Festival, two weeks of theatrical revelry continuing through May 28. There are food and beverage vendors on the lawn between the various performing-arts facilities in Loch Haven...
Chef Art Smith doesn't do small. Never has. So it's no surprise his new cookbook — "Art Smith's Healthy Comfort" — has a really big subtitle: "How America's Favorite Celebrity Chef Got It Together, Lost Weight, and Reclaimed His Health!"...
Tags: Tomatoes, Recipes, Chocolate Cake, Oprah Winfrey, Salt
Los Angeles TimesSavory cocktail lovers have reason to rejoice, thanks to an incredibly potent drink called Bread Service, created by Nate Howell for the Mediterranean-inspired Cusp Dining & Drinks in La Jolla. The cocktail's driving force is a house-made salt-and-...
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