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  • Take advantage of cabin fever to get your home ready for sale

    Take advantage of cabin fever to get your home ready for sale
    You've made the decision to sell your home this year. Since you're winter housebound now, why not put this time to good use by preparing it for sale? Besides the obvious tasks of a good thorough cleaning, making necessary repairs and decluttering,...
  • 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...
  • When should you sweat foggy windows?

    When should you sweat foggy windows?
    You may think I'm all wet, but I've decided to talk about condensation, only because I receive a lot of questions about foggy windows in the winter. Apparently, I'm not the only one. "We often get calls from homeowners who are concerned that their...
  • Savvy sandwich standby

    Savvy sandwich standby
    The French "tartine" is a savvy sandwich standby: a slice of buttered bread topped with whatever you have on hand. That could be jams, meats or cheeses. Even better: grilled veggies. The Kansas City Star's Grilled Vegetable Tartine takes inspiration...
  • Sizzling sambal

    Sizzling sambal
    Summers here tend to be scorchers, so fight the fire with fire by cooking up something sizzling on the grill. Use a sambal, an Indonesian chili sauce, as the fuel to set your tongue deliciously a-flame. Chef Joncarl Lachman, owner of the Dutch-accented...
  • Weatherize your vehicle

    Weatherize your vehicle
    Is your car or truck up to the challenge of driving in inclement weather? No matter what part of the country you live in, whether Snow Belt or Sun Belt, now is the time to make sure it's ready for the onslaught. Here's what you should check: TIRES:...
  • 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,...
  • Stockpile for soup

    Stockpile for soup
    It's that time of year when the bills arrive and we vow to cut back. (Ditto when we step on the bathroom scale.) But how, we wonder. The solution rang clear after a recent Sunday leisurely spent replenishing the freezer basics: homemade broth. Rich...
  • Converting a blunder into a flavoring treasure

    Converting a blunder into a flavoring treasure
    Some specialty ingredients, such as prosciutto, the Italian cured ham, can be quite expensive, demanding consideration when we buy them. Which is why a recent shopping blunder left me feeling quite foolish. For a braised pork recipe, I needed a few...
  • The California Cook: Gougères, ready in a flash

    The California Cook: <i>Goug&#232;res, </i>ready in a flash<i> </i>
    As a cook, I am prone to enthusiasms and sometimes, perhaps more often than occasionally, they can be a bit excessive. I readily admit that. But, please, trust me on this one: Frozen gougères are the best thing I've discovered this year. No, really....
  • Buy in bulk to save and put healthier meat on the table

    Buy in bulk to save and put healthier meat on the table
    I care about the cost of the food I buy. They don't call me The Frugalista for nothing. But I also care about feeding my family a healthful diet, and about being socially responsible with my shopping. All these concerns come to a head with one food:...