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  • Soup's on: One-pot dinners to get you through life's storms

    Soup's on: One-pot dinners to get you through life's storms
    We’re heading into a rainy, cool weekend — and, hopefully, beyond. That can only mean one thing: soup dinners. There are few things as comforting when the weather — or life in general — turns nasty. A pot of soup on the stove,...
  • Claire's tip: How to resurrect hardened brown sugar

    Claire's tip of the week: My daughter, Ruby, and I recently starting prepping the kitchen for our annual holiday baking. Cleaning out the fridge and freezer, taking pantry inventories and writing grocery lists were our first steps. When Ruby pulled out...
  • The Kitchn: Pull-Apart Cheese Bread gets the party started

    The Kitchn: Pull-Apart Cheese Bread gets the party started
    TheKitchn.com This right here -- this cheese-stuffed loaf -- is how you guarantee that any party you throw will be a smashing success. Cheese and bread are already a first-rate combination, of course, but this particular delivery method is just...
  • Hanukkah menus with a sense of place

    Hanukkah menus with a sense of place
    Goggles on, boys and girls. The test-kitchen food processor is wobbling like a Tilt-A-Whirl at the county fair. Before the holiday tidbits go wild, let's dish: Let there be light. Hanukkah celebrations begin at sundown Tuesday and adding a sense of...
  • The Cowfish, Universal CityWalk's newest restaurant, officially opens today

     The Cowfish, Universal CityWalk's newest restaurant, officially opens today
    Universal CityWalk’s newest restaurant, The Cowfish, officially opens today, Dec. 10. The debut marks a yearlong expansion of Universal Orlando’s entertainment complex. The Cowfish was first established in North Carolina and features...
  • Orange and pomegranate make kale salad festive

     Orange and pomegranate make kale salad festive
    What foods constitute your Christmas culinary tradition? I would expect, perhaps, a roast something-or-other coming out of the oven, mashed potatoes with gravy, holiday-themed sugar cookies. And, at my house, perhaps a stuffed tofu roll. But a winter kale...
  • 7 no-soak bean recipes for a rainy day

    7 no-soak bean recipes for a rainy day
    What could be better on a chilly, rainy day than a bowl of beans? Maybe a black bean chili made smoky by adding chipotles, or a stew with white beans, chorizo and clams, or a big pot of white beans cooked with ham and dandelion greens. But, you say,...
  • Home's history gallops back to 1886 Kentucky Derby winner

    SACRAMENTO Strolling through the park-like 2-acre grounds of the gorgeous Carmichael home, a visitor walked past rose gardens, magnolia trees, towering elms, tall wisteria, recently pruned hydrangeas, leafy vines climbing up trellises and covering a...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Quick Chicken Soup with Orzo

    Chilly weather screams for soup. This Quick Chicken Soup with Orzo is just all around easy to make and comforting. Serve with some nice crusty bread, perhaps a side salad and dinner is served. Most soups take minimal effort and can be ready in a jiffy....
  • The great Chicago Italian beef hunt

    The great Chicago Italian beef hunt
    The final phase of my transformation into a full-fledged Chicagoan involves appreciating the Italian beef sandwich. Until now, I have neglected to give it my full appreciation. When I moved to Chicago 10 years ago, I had never even heard of the...
  • Roast pork crowns the holiday table

     Roast pork crowns the holiday table
    Christmas dinner rotates in our family — not where we gather but what we serve. Last year, as we felt somewhat flush, prime rib starred. Two years ago, roast duck with mole poblano. I know the year goose took center stage (we also baked a ham). I...