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  • Easy dinner recipes: Homemade tofu and creative ideas for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Homemade tofu and creative ideas for Meatless Monday
    Here's something fun for Meatless Monday: Homemade tofu. The method is simple: Combine cold soy milk with nigari water (a brine used to set the soy milk) and steam the milk until it sets up like a custard. The whole process takes about 15 minutes. The...
  • Epcot: Spice Road Table restaurant coming soon in Morocco

    Epcot: Spice Road Table restaurant coming soon in Morocco
    The newest restaurant at Epcot is about to enter "soft opening" mode. Look for Spice Road Table to operate this weekend in the Morocco pavilion. The eatery is actually built smack on the theme park's World Showcase Lagoon, which could make it a prime...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Cooking with Florida citrus

    Test Kitchen bonus: Cooking with Florida citrus
    Grilled Cowboy Steaks with Florida Citrus–Roasted Chile Salsa Yield: Makes 6 servings 2 cups Florida orange juice 2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce 1 tablespoon chili powder 2 red bell peppers 2 yellow bell peppers 3 Anaheim...
  • San Sebastian Film Festival Nurtures Regional Pics Via Co-Prod'n Forum

    San Sebastian's Europe-Latin America Co-production Forum -- now in its second edition -- has strengthened the fest's status as a key launchpad for Latin American arthouse film projects with crossover ambitions. Victoria Galardi's femme friendship dramedy...
  • Latin-inspired chicken

    Latin-inspired chicken
    I'm always drawn to a place that cooks with wood — for pizza, steak, chicken — anything. During recent trips to Chile and Peru, the aroma of wood cooking fires captivated our culinary imaginations. A wood-fired rotisserie filled with golden...
  • Flavor Profile: Los Poblanos in Norwalk

    Flavor Profile: Los Poblanos in Norwalk
    Chef Ramon is making mole poblano. It's after lunchtime at Los Poblanos and Ramon is sautéing batches of whole almonds, julienned onions, whole cloves of garlic, and spices. To his right is a bowl filled with the first batch of the toasted, glistening...
  • 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...
  • The stove plays a supporting role

    The stove plays a supporting role
    In my restaurant kitchens, we have grills fired up all year-round, ready to cook steaks, seafood, poultry, and vegetables to perfection. We treat our grills as one of many key appliances. And, for any given dish or meal a guest might order, we may make...
  • Lighten up your grilling!

    Lighten up your grilling!
    People tend to think of January as the only time they usually make big resolutions to eat more healthily, lose weight, and get slimmer. But, as you might imagine, the start of bathing suit season actually brings a whole new round of resolutions. With...
  • Grilling summer vegetables

    Grilling summer vegetables
    Side dishes during grilling season can be so predictable. Cooking burgers or hot dogs? Then you can probably safely bet there'll be coleslaw, potato salad, or maybe some baked beans to go with them. (I won't give more than this brief mention to the bag of...