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  • Easy dinner recipes: Brussels sprout ideas to turn anyone into a fan

    Easy dinner recipes: Brussels sprout ideas to turn anyone into a fan
    Love Brussels sprouts? Even if you're not the biggest fan, these recipe ideas — from salad to sauteed to deep-fried — are bound to have you rethinking your relationship with this member of the cabbage family. Brussels sprout salad: This...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Waffles aren't just for breakfast

    Easy dinner recipes: Waffles aren't just for breakfast
    Waffles are one of those simple culinary marvels. Baked in a hot iron to crisp and light perfection, these honeycombed breads are made for catching whatever you lovingly ladle on top. While those deep pockets are perfect for holding warm syrup, they're...
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap: Salt Licked

    "The Amazing Race" stayed Chile this week, salted and shined and taking care to avoid the lackadaisical street dogs who couldn’t care less that it was ER doctor's Nicole’s 40th birthday or that the remaining 10 teams got $589 on this leg of...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Roasted tomato bisque and more vegetarian ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Roasted tomato bisque and more vegetarian ideas
    Roasted tomato bisque. Spiced butternut squash stew. Quick orange lentil soup. Each of these dishes come together in an hour or less and are hearty enough to make a one-dish meal. Best of all? Your guests might never guess they're vegetarian. Roasted...
  • Farmers Market: Fall Fiesta has post-season plum taste in Brentwood

    Farmers Market: Fall Fiesta has post-season plum taste in Brentwood
    The decade-old Brentwood farmers market is the largest of the 20 venues run by the Raw Inspiration group, stretching for almost a quarter mile down Gretna Green Way from San Vicente Boulevard to Montana Avenue. It’s a flourishing event with a...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Pumpkin seeds add nutty flavor to shrimp tacos, noodles

    Easy dinner recipes: Pumpkin seeds add nutty flavor to shrimp tacos, noodles
    If you're looking to add a delicate nuttiness to a dish, you can't go wrong with pumpkin seeds, commonly known as pepitas. Remove the outer white hull, and the vibrant green seeds have a fresh, almost grassy flavor; roasting brings out the seeds' oils,...
  • Easy festive additions to your Cinco de Mayo table

    ¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo! The May 5th celebration of the 1862 Battle of Puebla, a key turning point in Mexico's battle for independence from France, is actually celebrated more widely in the United States than in Mexico. Nowadays, it's an opportunity for...
  • End-of-summer grilling spectaculars: Part 3

    Sometimes when you grill, you simply want to pull out all of the stops and serve your guests something that is really spectacular in terms of quality ingredients, preparation, flavor and presentation. And what better occasion could there be than your last...
  • Report: Joran Van Der Sloot to Become a Father Behind Bars

    Report: Joran Van Der Sloot to Become a Father Behind Bars
    LIMA, Peru -- It appears Joran van der Sloot is about to become a father. Van der Sloot became well-known around the world for the murder of Stephany Flores in Peru and for being arrested twice, but never charged, in the 2005 disappearance of U.S....
  • Argentina mixes olives and wine, keeps travelers happy

    Argentina mixes olives and wine, keeps travelers happy
    MAIPU, Argentina - Ten minutes in the orchard and already my hands felt raw. How do they do this all day without gloves, I wondered, shuffling my feet for a better foothold in Argentina's sandy clay. It was Thursday, the day we'd expected to be tasting...
  • Vagabonding: It's not always a fairy tale

     Vagabonding: It's not always a fairy tale
    Whether vagabonding or simply trying to make a go of it abroad, living outside one's native borders isn't always pleasant, and it's not for everyone. Stacy DeLano, who was 60 when she moved from Virginia to Chile to teach English to business...