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  • Because what barbecue is complete without slaw? Here are a dozen great recipes

    Because what barbecue is complete without slaw? Here are a dozen great recipes
    Summertime in L.A. means family barbecues, neighborhood cookouts, picnics at the beach or the Hollywood Bowl. It means cooking outside, often in some pretty crazy heat. What this means is that you'll be wanting sides to pair with all those ribs and hot...
  • French chef Roger Vergé, a leader of the nouvelle cuisine movement, dies at 85

    French chef Roger Vergé, a leader of the nouvelle cuisine movement, dies at 85
    Roger Vergé, one of the first superstar chefs whose light, fresh and artfully plated food turned his restaurant near Cannes, France, into a landmark of French gastronomy and a beacon of nouvelle cuisine, has died. He was 85. Vergé, whose Le Moulin de...
  • 5 great zabaglione recipes

    5 great zabaglione recipes
    Whisk some egg yolks with a little sugar until they take on a bright, velvety sheen, then drizzle in a little wine. Place the bowl over gently simmering water and keep beating, and in just minutes you have a light and airy custard, faintly sweet and...
  • 16 great sandwich recipes

    16 great sandwich recipes
    Sandwiches. They come in many variations and are a great option when you need dinner fast — or even to take with you, if you're having dinner somewhere else. Like a picnic. Your kid's soccer game. Sunset on the beach. You could argue that they're...
  • 3 great barbecue sauces you can make this weekend

    3 great barbecue sauces you can make this weekend
    If you love outdoor cooking there's nothing like spending quality time over a hot grill, whether you're grilling steaks or chicken, or slow-cooking brisket or ribs. But often it's that signature touch — a thoughtfully honed sauce — that...
  • Quinoa, lentil, vegetable and more: 11 lettuce-free salads

    Quinoa, lentil, vegetable and more: 11 lettuce-free salads
    Love salad but tired of all those greens? Now you can have your salads lettuce-free with recipes revolving around quinoa, lentils, garbanzo beans, seasonal vegetables and more with these ideas, ready in an hour or less: Shaved asparagus with mushrooms...
  • 6 great chicken recipes for weeknight dinners

    6 great chicken recipes for weeknight dinners
    Chicken is one of the most versatile things to cook, lending itself to many diverse ingredients and flavors, different techniques and styles of cooking. Depending on what you pair with it, you can transform poultry into a dinner with Greek influences or...
  • Bayless is back with new cookbook

    Bayless is back with new cookbook
    Mix the passion chef Rick Bayless has for the cuisines of Mexico with his enthusiasm for serving it up at his many restaurants and on his TV series "Mexico: One Plate at a Time," and it's easy to see how that could never be contained in a handful of...
  • Pea "Hummus" with Focaccia Crostini

    Pea "Hummus" with Focaccia Crostini
    In my recent travels to Brazil, I experienced some of the freshest, juiciest, sexiest ingredients I've ever come across. The mangoes made me question whether I'd ever truly tasted a mango before. The hearts of palm melted in my mouth like none I've ever...
  • Healthy pasta? Not an oxymoron, Bastianich siblings' cookbook promises

     Healthy pasta? Not an oxymoron, Bastianich siblings' cookbook promises
    You're thinking through your weeknight meals, and you'd like to incorporate at least a few that resemble healthy. But you'd also like an easy, flavorful pasta you know you can whip up quickly. Are these two things compatible? A new cookbook by Joe...
  • Can bitter be beautiful?

    Can bitter be beautiful?
    Once upon a time, you may have wrinkled your nose when a plate of (pick one: Brussels sprouts, Belgian endive, mustard greens, radicchio) arrived at the table. You shunned espresso and Campari. You even steered clear of those craft beers with a bitter...