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  • Michelin Says New Energy Saver Tire is 8% More Efficient

     
    According to Michelin, its new Energy Saver A/S Tire will get your vehicle up to 8% better mileage than other tires in its class, as well as cut your vehicle???s CO2 emissions by as much as 2,000 pounds over the......
  • Michelin Makes Jump-Starting a Car Idiot-Proof

     
    Jump-starting a car is one of those things everyone should just know how to do, but this is not a perfect world and incorrectly hooking up jumper cables can blow up your car???s battery. Michelin has come up with the......
  • 'Hell's Kitchen': More bad cooking and attitudes

     
    Welcome to this week's episode of "I Can't Cook: Please Yell At Me" staring an angry Brit and a cast of mostly incompetent, egomaniacs. Enter Benjamin who begins the episode dissing Fran and her substandard cooking skills. (The carefully placed......
  • Baltimore Book Festival, the foodie angle

     
    No matter what your approach to cooking, this weekend's Baltimore Book Festival has you covered. To give you an idea of the range of offerings, at noon Sunday, chef Galen Sampson of The Dogwood in Hampden will do a cooking......
  • 2012 Ford Focus Electric Vehicle at 2011 Detroit Auto Show

     
    Competes with: Nissan Leaf, Chevy Volt Looks like: Ford collaborated with Aston Martin on the Focus??? grille Drivetrain: Electric motor with undisclosed power ratings and transmission Hits dealerships: Late 2011 Everyone knew this day was coming, but it?...
  • Today's News From the Cars.com Family

     
    Does cold weather affect the EPA-estimated 50-mpg rating of the third-generation Toyota Prius? The short answer is, yes, it will. Like all vehicles, batteries and auxiliary systems are under more strain in cold weather and rely on the engine more......
  • Seniors on the Go: The European Rail Timetable lives!

    Seniors on the Go: The European Rail Timetable lives!
    Despite all the digital travel resources that are now readily available, I'm still a fan of printed references. Although a senior, I'm not a luddite; when I travel, I carry the usual Wi-Fi notebook and smartphone, use Wi-Fi everywhere I stay and I'm...
  • Understanding French culture

    Understanding French culture
    I love France -- it is one of Europe's most diverse, tasty, and exciting countries. It brims with the good life and a special appreciation for culture, music, art, food, and wine. But Americans can feel pretty dowdy when confronted with the casual...
  • Phil Vettel: Four stars for L2O

    Phil Vettel: Four stars for L2O
    A lot of words have been used to describe L2O — minimalist, compelling, any superlative you care to name — but until recently, playful was not among them. But the ascendancy of chef Matthew Kirkley at this highly regarded restaurant —...
  • How to be mistaken for a restaurant critic

    How to be mistaken for a restaurant critic
    Jared Wentworth remembers the day that Jean-Luc Naret, director of the Michelin Guide, strolled into his restaurant — anonymously. "He didn't give his real name," says the chef of Longman & Eagle in Logan Square. "But we get a pretty local crowd,...
  • Ex-Chicagoan conquers Mexican food

    Ex-Chicagoan conquers Mexican food
    NEW YORK — Rarely smiling or saying more than was necessary as he created a twisting column of chocolate ganache or turned peanut butter into powder, Alex Stupak was an intense figure in Grant Achatz's intense kitchen as Alinea's opening pastry...