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  • Getting the bird on the table

    Getting the bird on the table
    Carving the bird Let the roasted bird rest, covered with foil on a cutting board for 15 minutes after removing it from the oven. Use a carving fork to steady the turkey, but take care to avoid stabbing the bird, causing juices to run out. The breast/...
  • Genuine Food Co., a chef-farmer collaboration, launches Baltimore meat-buying club

    Genuine Food Co., a chef-farmer collaboration, launches Baltimore meat-buying club
    Hey lady, want a cow? Sure, who wouldn't want a cow, or a pig for that matter, but, gee, it's not like I have a meat freezer. The idea of one's own personal livestock, grown by a responsible farmer, is appealing. But there are typically two deal-...
  • William Shatner: Don't get fried frying turkey

    William Shatner: Don't get fried frying turkey
    Deep-frying a turkey is the final frontier for a cook on turkey day. No wonder Star Trek’s William Shatner was so drawn to it. But when television’s beloved Captain Kirk got burned – literally – while deep-frying his bird, the...
  • Tailgate at the table

    Is football — more specifically, Thursday's Ravens-49ers game, the first time a Baltimore NFL team has played on Thanksgiving in 46 years — threatening to overshadow your holiday meal plans? Instead of fighting the game, why not embrace it?...
  • 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,...
  • 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:...
  • Score with this Super Bowl menu

    Score with this Super Bowl menu
    Before you gather around the big screen on Sunday to honor the gods of the gridiron, take a moment to ponder one of the day's great elements: The Food. When your pals aren't screaming about the quarterback's insufficient IQ, toasting a touchdown or...
  • Someone cares for soup kitchen

    Someone cares for soup kitchen
    COSTA MESA — Members of a national restaurant association combined their industry savvy to give a Costa Mesa soup kitchen one big treat: a $100,000 makeover. Volunteers from the Restaurant Facility Management Assn. renovated Someone Cares Soup...
  • Dying Easter eggs: Krups egg cooker helps make perfect sparkled, marbled and naturally dyed eggs

    Dying Easter eggs: Krups egg cooker helps make perfect sparkled, marbled and naturally dyed eggs
    With Easter days away it’s time to start dying those eggs! KRUPS has a quick and easy solution to getting perfect hard boiled eggs every time.  Spend less time waiting for the water to boil and wondering if the eggs are fully cooked, and more time...
  • Everything's kosher in these stylish and traditional kitchens

    Everything's kosher in these stylish and traditional kitchens
    For Lisa and Stuart Schabes and their family, Passover is a time to celebrate the tenets of their faith. It's also a time when Lisa Schabes spends several days preparing festive, sumptuous meals in her spacious kosher kitchen. These specialty kitchens...
  • (a)Musing Foodie: Lemon curd tartlettes

    by Liza Hawkins (a)Musing Foodie @aMusingFoodie Originally published March 1, 2012 I originally shared this favorite recipe in a post for Prime Parents' Club last summer, but I love the recipe SO much - and this photo, which I took as part of the...