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  • Will Roger Clemens make Hall of Fame?

    Many character issues Juan C. Rodriguez Sun Sentinel It won't happen soon. Clemens' acquittal probably sways some voters on the fence about his candidacy. It won't put a big enough dent into the broader cross-section of writers who aren't prepared...
  • Ice pops get a gourmet upgrade

    Ice pops get a gourmet upgrade
    Craving a summer treat that's icy, sweet, and a bit exotic? Then make gourmet ice pops your go-to cooler for the sunny season. Ice pops aren't exactly new — remember the juice and Kool-Aid bars Mom would freeze in tiny paper cups? — but these...
  • Cookbooks on '88 books that shaped America' list from Library of Congress

    Cookbooks on '88 books that shaped America' list from Library of Congress
    A just-released list from the Library of Congress salutes 88 books that shaped America, all by American authors. It starts with Mark Twain's "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and continues alphabetically on through "Beloved" by Toni Morrison, "Common...
  • Be your own mixologist, and other Pinterest lies

    Be your own mixologist, and other Pinterest lies
    Raise your hand if you've recently started an awkward party conversation with "I was on Pinterest the other night ..." Consider both my hands raised. Something about the mind-numbing way I sift through posts from my friends every night makes me think...
  • Personalize your mini portions

    Add some personality to your meals with these oven-to-table cocottes from the Martha Stewart Collection, a fun way to personalize dishes from baked puddings to casseroles. Each lidded ceramic dish holds eight ounces. Sold in pairs, choose either the green...
  • The staying power of shibori

    The staying power of <i>shibori</i>
    If you think of shibori as 1960s' tie-dye for adults, you'd be partly right. Many of the chaotic-looking, one-of-a-kind patterns splashed over fashion fabrics today are made by an ancient Japanese "shape resist" dying technique called shibori, which is...
  • Dunkin' Donuts Studio On The Run: Meet The Cast of 'Life After Top Chef'

    Dunkin' Donuts Studio On The Run: Meet The Cast of 'Life After Top Chef'
    For the first time, cameras are taken outside of the Top Chef kitchen and into the lives of Bravo Media's most beloved former cheftestants in Life After Top Chef. The show follows Richard Blais in Atlanta, Jen Carroll in Philadelphia, Spike Mendelsohn...
  • At the holiday table, bring napkins into the fold

    At the holiday table, bring napkins into the fold
    You might not be able to pull together a Thanksgiving table decor à la Martha Stewart, but rest assured you can fold a napkin. And that's really all you need, says Los Angeles food writer and food stylist Denise Vivaldo, author of a new book, "Top 100...
  • A New Show at the New Britain Museum of American Art Spans the History of Photography

    A New Show at the New Britain Museum of American Art Spans the History of Photography
    In Focus: Recent Acquisitions in Photography Through Dec. 30, 2012. New Britain Museum of American Art, 56 Lexington St., (860) 229-0257, nbmaa.org   For an institution that only began collecting photographs in 1999 — when the energetic...
  • Jonathan Gold quiz: It's turkey time

    Jonathan Gold quiz: It's turkey time
    What do Hermano Cortez, Martha Stewart and Pliny the Younger have in common? Turkey, as it turns out, America's glorious, misunderstood bird. You're going to spend hours cooking it, eating it or admiring it this week — why not spare a few minutes...
  • Chef Angelo Elia brings Christmas to New York.

    Chef Angelo Elia brings Christmas to New York.
    Our own Angelo Elia is bringing an Italian countryside Christmas to New York City. Next Tuesday, Dec. 4 he’ll cook at the prestigious James Beard House, accompanied by executive chef Rickie Piper and sommelier Koen Kersemanas. This is Elia's third...