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  • Reuse that picnic feast

    Reuse that picnic feast
    The outdoor grilling/picnic season is in full swing. If you covet your free time (and I do), you cook enough for 10 when only eight are coming to dinner. You're counting on leftovers. You say "leftovers" is an ugly word? Get over it. Leftovers are a...
  • Culinary SOS: Cucina Rustica's chocolate trio torte

    Culinary SOS: Cucina Rustica's chocolate trio torte
    Dear SOS: Last summer while vacationing in Sedona, Ariz., our family had a fabulous dinner at an Italian restaurant called Cucina Rustica. For dessert we had the most delicious three-chocolate mousse cheesecake. I would love to have this recipe. It is...
  • Patriotic party ideas

    Patriotic party ideas
    A Fourth of July party can be a casual affair. In fact, it's a time to serve a fabulous meal without the fuss of china, elaborate recipes and elegant linens. It's the holiday to bring the fun outside with barbecues, picnics and games. You can set the...
  • Briefly In The News

    Karger holds presidential fundraiser Fred Karger, who has declared himself a Republican candidate for president, is planning a fundraiser at his Laguna Beach home. "I'm the first openly gay presidential candidate in history," Karger said. Karger was...
  • Upgrades make these garages the envy of the neighborhood

    Upgrades make these garages the envy of the neighborhood
    The sign in John Schneider's garage says "Schneider's Biker Bar — Bikes, Beers and Babes." Bikes and beers, yes, said the Shorewood electrician about his five-car castle. "But no babes unless my wife or daughter come in, which they rarely do," he...
  • Keep savory strudel in your back pocket

    Even those of us who don't cook regularly tend to dust off those old favorite recipes for the holidays. Others look for something new and different to wow family and friends. Not to panic. Our exercise du jour is to simplify the wow factor. Our recipe...
  • Gourmet kitchens: At home on the range

    Gourmet kitchens: At home on the range
    Family rooms are fine and dandy. And there's nothing wrong with a well-planned master bath or a finished basement. The right dining room can be divine. But if you want to get the pulse of a new-home buyer racing mention this room: the kitchen. Just ask...
  • Christmas Sales Could Help State Coffers

    With the Christmas shopping season off to a rousing start, state officials are hoping this will be the best season in years for sales taxes pouring into state coffers. The gifts being purchased at a brisk pace at malls and retail outlets from Danbury...
  • Notes on Maryland 78, Notre Dame 71

    Notes on Maryland 78, Notre Dame 71
    Maryland did some encouraging things Sunday, right? There was James Padgett with his first career double-double. There were Sean Mosley's 17 points. And, of course, there was Terrell "the Microwave" Stoglin and his 31 points. But, let's face it, this...
  • In praise of … ground meat?

    In praise of … ground meat?
    A book about ground meat. It might not seem that appealing at first, but as this cookbook points out, aren't many of the world's favorite comfort foods based on ground meats of some sort or another? Author James Villas takes what most would consider a...
  • 'Momofuku Milk Bar': Baking desserts with an edge

    'Momofuku Milk Bar': Baking desserts with an edge
    Chocolate-chocolate cookies, compost cookies (made with potato chips, pretzels, butterscotch chips, graham cracker crumbs, etc.), blueberries and cream cookies, banana cream pie, brownie pie, hot fudge sauce, chocolate cake. I can't stop baking from...