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  • 4 cocktail recipes to start the weekend off right

    4 cocktail recipes to start the weekend off right
    Long week? Can't figure out what to fix for dinner? While you're figuring out the meal, may we suggest some cocktails to help you ring in the weekend? Sip on these ideas: Mucho Ultima's fresas mojito: Bright and lightly sweet, fresh strawberries —...
  • More women are taking over the grill at home

    Who mans the grill at home? In many households across the U.S., it may very well be Mom. "Women cook, men grill" a phrase coined in a Forbes article just five years ago is one gender stereotype that appears to be fading, says Elizabeth Karmel, celebrity...
  • Grilled asparagus crowns an easy tart recipe

     Grilled asparagus crowns an easy tart recipe
    Reach out, the email urges. Which makes me recoil. I don't live in a cage; no need to poke a paw between the bars. I do, however, work from a bunker, one fortified against office lingo. I get seasick so readily, I try to avoid all that going forward and...
  • Rosť wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe

     Rosé wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe
    In Italian cooking, the word "piccata," as in veal piccata or chicken piccata, stems from an old verb, "piccare," not much used today, meaning "to prick," as with a pike or sharply pointed stick. (Medieval meaning, rather gruesome.) Perhaps the sharp tang...
  • Baking Central: Swedish limpa is a first step to summery sandwiches

    Yes, it's possible that your grandmother's recipe for Swedish limpa is different from this one. There are grandmas who made it with beer, those who never used orange rind, those who skipped caraway in favor of cardamom or who gave it their own secret...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Gluten-free salmon ideas in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Gluten-free salmon ideas in an hour or less
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. Even if you have no intention of giving up gluten entirely, lighten it up a little with one of these tempting salmon recipes. Each can be ready, from start to finish, in an hour or less. Roasted salmon with red pepper...
  • Perfect Ashland itinerary includes little shopping, noshing, as well as Shakespeare

    In 1887, when the last Golden Spike was pounded into the tracks in Ashland, Ore., and the iron horse officially encircled the nation, the Railroad District was the bustling hub of the Rogue Valley. The area was bristling with railroad workers, Chinese...
  • Military bans Big Macs, other treats at Guantanamo legal meetings

    MIAMI A Sudanese captive and his lawyers baked a Guantanamo guilty plea over chocolate chip cookies. Attorneys for a sickly Syrian hunger striker got him to sip juice while working on federal court strategy. Child soldier Omar Khadr passed through his...
  • New savings, culinary cruises on Silversea

    New savings, culinary cruises on Silversea
    Fort Lauderdale-based Silversea Cruises is reintroducing its popular Silver Select promotion with enhanced savings options available for a limited time on 52 worldwide voyages in 2015, including select expedition cruises. On oceangoing voyages, guests may...
  • Munchery raises $85 million in bid to make healthy meals accessible to all

    Munchery raises $85 million in bid to make healthy meals accessible to all
    If meal preparation and delivery service Munchery gets its way, it will be the new default dinner option for Americans alongside home cooking and take-out. The San Francisco start-up recently announced an $85-million funding round, which will be used to...
  • With dates, you can keep the sweet, lose the processed sugar

    After spending a semester of my sophomore year of college studying abroad, I headed to Tunisia for a week of solo reflection. (Note to my daughters: According to your father, you will not be allowed to do this until you are at least 30. Same goes for...