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  • 1918 'Loyalty Bread' recipe

    Q: My great-grandmother, after whom I am named, was born in Chicago and resided there all her life. She was skilled at several crafts including candy making. Among my grandmother's things was found a letter from the Tribune which my father gave to me....
  • Restaurant review: Ceres' Table ★★

    Restaurant review: Ceres' Table ★&#9733
    The success of Ceres' Table in its original Uptown location was a culinary mystery. Set across the street from a cemetery and next door to the infamous Lincoln Towing company, Giuseppe Scurato's restaurant sat on a street that literally was the last place...
  • Dining scene: From Ahi Tuna burgers to kimchi quesadillas

    Dining scene: From Ahi Tuna burgers to kimchi quesadillas
    Temple Street Eatery 416 N. Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale, 954-123-4567, TempleStreetEatery.com After two decades of Christina Wan's Mandarin House serving Broward County, Wan has debuted this fast-casual dumpling and noodle bar in the Fresh Market...
  • Chef of the moment: Anthony Carron of 800 Degrees proudly wields his tongs

    Chef of the moment: Anthony Carron of 800 Degrees proudly wields his tongs
    Anthony Carron is the chef and co-creator of 800 Degrees Neapolitan Pizzeria, the Los Angeles-based build-your-own pizza chain. Before slinging pies, Carron started as a prep cook in a cafe in St. Paul, Minn., and eventually purchased and reinvented the...
  • How 'bout them apples?

    The traditional foods we eat during Jewish holidays have been reflecting and celebrating each season since long before "seasonal produce" was even a thought, let alone a "trend." (Let's not forget that once upon a time, "seasonal" was all there was.) From...
  • At Salsa Grill in Woodlawn, Latin American classics sizzle

    At Salsa Grill in Woodlawn, Latin American classics sizzle
    With new Peruvian joints popping up just about every other week (or so it seems), the flavors of Latin and South America are all the rage. But just because they're trendy doesn't mean the cuisines of Latin countries are new to the Baltimore food scene....
  • Straub's Lobster Bisque recipe

    Straub's Lobster Bisque recipe
    Yield: 8 servings 1/2 gallon milk 1/2 cup lobster base (available in supermarkets and gourmet stores) 1 (11.3-ounce) can frozen Maine lobster meat (available in seafood markets) or the equivalent amount of fresh Florida lobster 1 1/2 teaspoons...
  • Build a better brownie

    Along with death, taxes and Meryl Streep landing another Oscar nomination, add this to the "life's certainties" pile: the spontaneous "Omigod" that follows a first bite into a Palm Beach Brownie. All of the standard brownie superlatives are inadequate...
  • Cook's Corner: Cheesecake brownie recipe replicates a Starbucks favorite

    Q. Do you have the recipe for Chicken Salisbury Steak? It is a very good recipe that I lost. Thank you. Arlene Appel A. I think of TV dinners old-school, 1960s-style, on foil trays when I see the term Salisbury steak. Frankly, even in its most appalling...
  • Ask a Cook: There's a trick to keeping tomato juice from separating

    Q: When I make juice from fresh tomatoes, it separates. Is there some way I can keep that from happening? A: Like many fruits, including apples, tomatoes have natural pectin that helps the cell walls stick together. But when you cut or crush the...
  • Gem squash just the right size to enjoy single serving

    Little gems, that's what they are. And Suzanne Zipperer thinks more people ought to be able to enjoy them. Zipperer met up with her first gem squash in Zimbabwe, where she lived from 1980 to 1987. "I was traveling in Africa and I ran out of money,"...