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  • Stacking up those cherries

    Stacking up those cherries
    We delved back into the Tribune recipe archives for this mousse-like cheesecake from the '50s. If you have some left over after building the na-PIE-leons, just chill it in a bowl and save for later — it doesn't need to be baked. You'll need 3- by 3-...
  • Soup Recipe: Broccoli Soup

    Easy Broccoli Soup is easy on the cook, the pocketbook and readily uses up those leftovers. You can add other vegetables - cauliflower works well here. Another option is to puree the soup - but when you use a blender or food processor, only fill about 1/3...
  • Dynamic duo

    Dynamic duo
    The mortar and pestle provide a true hands-on cooking experience. Modern-day cooks are discovering culinary catharsis by pulverizing, grinding and muddling ingredients much as their ancient counterparts did many millennia ago. Made of wood, stone,...
  • How old is your office microwave?

    How old is your office microwave?
    I've been wondering about the microwave in the company cafeteria for some time now. Built like a Cold War bunker, but smaller, it has nothing resembling a turntable—much less a glass tray. A row of numerals and a series of worn metallic bumps run...
  • Bone up on chicken

    Bone up on chicken
    Nearly two months into the new year, we've been good — eating boneless, skinless chicken to help control calories, fat and portion size. But man, oh man, we're often left craving flavor. Especially when company's coming. So let's take a look at...
  • And the oldest microwave is …

    And the oldest microwave is …
    Some call it the Deer Camp microwave, a reference to its—shall we say?—rustic charm. The 1980 Kenmore Solid State boasts a faux wood exterior and an unlikely but inspiring list of cooking options (braise, simmer, roast, saut√©) on the front...
  • Chicago, get your online and local deals

    Chicago, get your online and local deals
    Here are some deals to get your Tuesday off on the right foot, Chicago. Now, if you are a city resident, don't let all the shopping distract you from voting! - Interesting news from Amazon: In addition to free 2-day shipping and cheap shipping upgrades,...
  • Recipe: Baby artichoke gratin

    Recipe: Baby artichoke gratin
      Baby artichoke gratin Total time: 50 minutes Servings: 8 to 10 -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try any of the L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipes from this week's Food section, please share it with us: Click here to upload...
  • Recipe: Homemade pop tarts

    Recipe: Homemade pop tarts
    Homemade pop tarts Total time: 2 hours Servings: 8 pop tarts Note: The pie dough also makes enough dough for 1 double-crust or 2 single-crust pies. -------------------- Our recipes, your kitchen: If you try any of the L.A. Times Test Kitchen...
  • Check It Out: Juicing and smoothies: a recipe for good health

    Healthy juice drinks and smoothies are a delicious way to add fruits and vegetables to your daily diet. Nutrient-rich beverages provide vitamins, dietary fiber and phytochemicals. They also make great mini-meals and portable snacks. Perfect the art of...
  • March 2: Lunchbreak - Kale Salad with Balsamic Honey Mustard

    March 2: Lunchbreak - Kale Salad with Balsamic Honey Mustard
    Centered Chef 1715 West Chicago Avenue Chicago (312) 226-2433 www.centeredchef.com Chicago Flower and Garden Show Navy Pier March 5-13 Centered Chef Cooking Demo Sunday, March 6 1:30 p.m. www.chicagoflower.com Kale Salad with Balsamic Honey Mustard...