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  • Burgers and Burgundy event for DIFFA

    Burgers and Burgundy event for DIFFA
    DIFFA stands for the Design Industry Foundation Fighting AIDS. They're one of the largest contributors to the national organization and help raise money all year long. The latest fundraiser is called Burgers and Burgundy and will be held on October...
  • Mother's Day brunch

    Mother's Day brunch
    Author Lori Longbotham has penned a terrific book on coconut desserts. Who knew there was so much to know about coconut? She gives valuable tips on selecting coconut milk, coconut cream, shredded dried coconut and coconut extract. You'll also learn how...
  • Epiphany or bust

    Epiphany or bust
    DOWNS, Ill. — We're standing by the chickens. There are white and brown hens, 70 in all, strutting along the lush green backyard and pecking for grubs. Not far away are two pregnant pigs named Mortadella and Pancetta. There's a greenhouse —...
  • Crafty, summery sandwich

    We asked chef Tom Colicchio, restaurateur, five-time James Beard Foundation medal winner and head judge of Bravo's "Top Chef," for a good summer sandwich recipe. This especially pretty open-face sandwich is great for breakfast, brunch, a light lunch,...
  • Chefs pick their favorite food books

    The culinary literati gathered to celebrate the year's best cookbooks at the recent 2010 James Beard Book Awards ceremony in New York City. But we asked some of the chefs and authors present about their favorite non-cookbook food books. Here are some...
  • The enduring cookbook

    The enduring cookbook
    We live in the computer age, a world of cooking Web sites, e-mailed recipes, downloadable how-to videos and electronic cookbooks. So why does the old-fashioned cookbook, an often grease-splattered, yellowed and dog-eared tome, still matter today? "I love...
  • Ever Think About Pairing Soda Instead Of Wine With Your Meal? How Does Kumquat-flavor Sound? Kaci Checks Out Seattle-based DRY Soda

    Ever Think About Pairing Soda Instead Of Wine With Your Meal? How Does Kumquat-flavor Sound? Kaci Checks Out Seattle-based DRY Soda
    Seattle-based DRY Soda Company was started in 2005 by Sharelle Klaus, who was tired of trying to find creative beverages to drink through four pregnancies. The result was this line of all-natural sodas that feature flavors like cucumber and kumquat- and...
  • What's cookin' on the food tube

    What's cookin' on the food tube
    America's TV screens these days serve up drama, gallons of tears, rage, scary scenarios, comedy, humans crunching odd critters, bleeped-bits and you-gotta-be-kidding moments. And that's just on the food and cooking shows. Our television appetite seems...
  • Seriously Simple: A casual Father's Day dinner

    Seriously Simple: A casual Father's Day dinner
    For Father's Day, what could be better than a simple backyard menu of succulent barbecued chicken and creamy potato salad, enhanced with lots of chopped celery and scallions? First marinated, and then baked (or almost steamed) in an aromatic barbecue...
  • Celebrity chefs tout Louisiana seafood

    Celebrity chefs tout Louisiana seafood
    They are James Beard award winners, Food Network stars, Top Chef consultants and cook some of the most prized dishes in the country. Now they have a single message: Stop worrying about seafood from the Gulf of Mexico and start buying it. With dozens of...
  • Chicago chefs nominees aplenty at James Beard 2011

    Chicago chefs nominees aplenty at James Beard 2011
    Mindy Segal and Bruce Sherman are hoping five’s a charm. Rich Melman is hoping it’s seven. All three have been nominated — again — for James Beard Foundation Awards, which annually recognize the best chefs, restaurants and...