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  • Easy dinner recipes: Three weeknight chicken ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Three weeknight chicken ideas
    Why is chicken so popular? Well, it cooks pretty quickly. And depending on what you buy, it can be both flavorful and diet-friendly. Did I mention versatile? Chicken lends itself to so many flavorings and preparations. Check out these ideas: Old Venice'...
  • Video tip: Homemade whipped cream (and a recipe)

    Video tip: Homemade whipped cream (and a recipe)
    Homemade whipped cream. Try it just once and you'll never look at the store brands again. Nothing beats the flavor or texture, and preparation is simple. Purists are right -- using a hand whisk is one of the best ways. But here's a secret: I think the...
  • Getting evenly roasted Brussels sprouts is all about space

    With Passover looming, I thought it might be nice to suggest a side dish — roasted Brussels sprouts — to complement the feast's traditional items. Brussels sprouts are the tiniest member of the cabbage family. And I'll confess that I used...
  • A new look for your Passover dinner

    Passover is the Jewish holiday most centered around food. Family and friends get together around the dinner table to tell the story of their ancestors' escape from slavery in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago. A number of foods with symbolic meanings are...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Potato Tostadas

    Tostada can mean many things to many people. In Mexico, the tostada translates to a fried tortilla and the actual dish. In Spanish it translates to toasted. But I think of tostada as a flat taco and an easy dinner option. Packages of already fried...
  • Passover meals with a modern twist

    Passover meals with a modern twist
    Passover is a millennia-old story of freedom that continues to inspire celebration. But if you're finding holiday menus a bit ho-hum, turn to the latest batch of Jewish cookbooks for some fresh ideas and vivid flavors. Mix some modern dishes in with old...
  • Missing mom's meatballs

    Missing mom's meatballs
    Q: I am looking for a really old recipe (about 50 years old) that my mother would make. It was a meatball recipe that included cream of mushroom soup and beer in the sauce. I even think there was beer in the meatballs. Can you help? — Donna...
  • A romantic Napa proposal-moon

    A romantic Napa proposal-moon
    NAPA, Calif. It was the second time in an hour I'd been asked a question I wasn't expecting. "Are you celebrating anything special during your stay with us?" I glanced at Mike, and then at my left hand. "No, not particularly." Our parents would...
  • Cook's Corner: Quinoa con pollo is one way to lighten a Latin classic

    Long ago, when I moved across the state from St. Petersburg, Fla., to Miami, I had to rethink some of my Cuban recipes. I remember the first time I put out vinegar and sherry cruets with my black beans on yellow rice, with a chop of raw onions and...
  • Where to eat near LAX

    Where to eat near LAX
    LAX may have upgraded its in-terminal food offerings, but the restaurants ringing the airport still provide better, more diverse, and cheaper ways to fuel up before or after flying into the city. Here are 10 places to eat within 5 miles of Lot C, rental...
  • How to feed a family of 4 for less than $7

    Feeding your family a good meal is easy. Just go to the grocery store and empty out your pocketbook. But what if you aren't so flush? What if your wallet is looking a little lean? What if times are hard and money is short? Everybody has to eat, right?...