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  • Holiday baking

    Holiday baking
    Cold weather and the holiday season mean it's also baking season. Whether it's cookies for an exchange, sweet rolls for a family brunch or cupcakes for a class party, your oven will be preheating soon. And just in time to help you out, the folks from...
  • A more flavorful dry-brined turkey

    A more flavorful dry-brined turkey
      Thanksgiving is a holiday built on tradition. And, much to my surprise, I seem to have found a new one of my own -- writing about dry-brined turkey. After more than 20 years of Thanksgiving stories, I didn't think there was much left that could be...
  • How to correctly clean your water bottle

    How to correctly clean your water bottle
    With hundreds of portable reusable water bottles on the market, choosing one depends on what you need it for (a workout, cycling, desk duty), how you sip (via straw, spout, etc.) and whether you like glass, stainless steel or plastic. Once you've...
  • New Year's Eve noshing: 25 easy-to-make dishes

    New Year's Eve noshing: 25 easy-to-make dishes
    Whether your New Year's festivities include planning a big cocktail party or hosting a simple dinner, odds are you'll want something to feed your guests over the hours as they count down to 2012. Here are 25 easy-to-make little dishes to choose from...
  • Recipe: Today's Gazpacho (Gazpacho Hoy)

    Recipe: Today's Gazpacho (Gazpacho Hoy)
    Active Work Time: 20 minutes Total Preparation Time: 1 1/2 hours, plus 1 hour chilling 4 ounces (about 4 slices) stale bread, crusts removed 2 cloves garlic 2 pounds tomatoes, seeded and coarsely chopped 1 (2-inch-square) piece green bell pepper,...
  • Dutch baby, the love child of the breakfast table

    Dutch baby, the love child of the breakfast table
    Dutch baby pancakes are not your average breakfast fair. For one thing, they are roughly the size of dinner plates, and a single pancake can be shared among a table of friends. They also get puffed and crispy around the edges while retaining a pancake-...
  • Recipe: Turkey sandwich with kabocha spread and chutney

    Recipe: Turkey sandwich with kabocha spread and chutney
    Carved turkey sandwich with kabocha spread and ancho-bell-pepper-cranberry chutney Total time: 1 hour, 20 minutes Servings: Makes 2 sandwiches Note: Adapted from Judy Han of Mendocino Farms Ancho-bell-pepper-cranberry chutney 2 red bell peppers,...
  • Fresh fare

    Fresh fare
    Across the country, markets and roadside stands are swelling with fresh fruits and vegetables like cherries, berries, rhubarb, corn, spinach and more. Eating seasonal fruits and vegetables usually means maximum flavor for minimum cost. Blogger Aggie...
  • New South Florida hotels range from earthy to ultra-luxe

    New South Florida hotels range from earthy to ultra-luxe
    MIAMI — This year's crop of new and improved hotels in South Florida runs the spectrum from eco- and budget-friendly to extravagantly splurge-worthy. Chic boutiques, family-friendly chains and intimate hideaways all beckon to tourists — or...
  • 105 Watch Harbour Court, Suffolk

    105 Watch Harbour Court, Suffolk
    Address: 105 Watch Harbour Court, located in The Riverfront at Harbourview in northern Suffolk. Price: $899,900 Listing agent: Tina Manrique, East West Realty, 757-638-9100 Basics: This custom home with golf and water views is situated on the 16th...
  • Save money by limiting freezer food during hurricane season

    Save money by limiting freezer food during hurricane season
    Here's one South Florida money-saving tip: Save up to hundreds of dollars by not stocking up on frozen foods until after the hurricane season. A prolonged power outage after a storm could cost you plenty in spoiled freezer food. Just ask the South...