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  • The Kitchn: Chai Tea Cookies

    TheKitchn.com While glossy sugar cookies and stylish Christmas bars get the glamour shots during holiday cookie season, my heart belongs to the quieter cookies, the buttery yet simple ones that are meant to lie beside a cup of afternoon tea and join...
  • Thanksgiving video tips: Homemade meringue 101, and a recipe for pie

    Thanksgiving video tips: Homemade meringue 101, and a recipe for pie
    Really nothing more than a combination of egg whites and sugar whipped to frothy peaks, meringue is a simple but key player in a variety of baking and pastry recipes. Use it as a topping, gracing lemon or Key lime pies, or maybe spread it over a cake...
  • Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history

    Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history
    Pen & Quill, the newest eatery in the old Chesapeake Restaurant building just north of Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station, feels like exactly the right restaurant, in the right place, at the right time. It’s sophisticated but casual, modern...
  • Private chefs give parties a different kind of home-cooked cuisine

    Sales executive Tony DiLeo wanted his wife’s 50th birthday celebration to be a night to remember. The 11 guests devoured a six-course meal, which included brussels sprouts and butternut squash skewers, seared duck with a fennel salad, and a thinly...
  • Table for two and a half-pint: Dining out with kids today

    I remember so vividly the first time that my wife and I brought our baby daughter to dinner at a restaurant, because nothing happened. Our daughter was only 4 weeks old, and we packed her diaper bag as if we were traveling to the moon: diapers and...
  • Easy dinner recipes: No-work cioppino and more hearty gluten-free dishes

    Easy dinner recipes: No-work cioppino and more hearty gluten-free dishes
    Craving a hearty one-dish meal? These (which happen to be gluten-free) are bound to warm you up on a chilly night. Ciopinot's "no work" cioppino: It may take a little work prepping the ingredients, but Ciopinot's take on this classic contains a lot of...
  • Simple, Thoughtful Recipes Work Best for Holiday Feasts

    Simple, Thoughtful Recipes Work Best for Holiday Feasts
    A holiday feast is one meal you’ll want to ensure includes flavorful, thoughtful dishes. Unfortunately, it’s one of the busiest times of year, and sorting through recipes, especially for dessert, may get pushed down the to-do list. “...
  • Californian Michael Mina knows how South Florida eats

    Californian Michael Mina knows how South Florida eats
    Miami is no stranger to satellite restaurateurs. New York-based chef Daniel Boulud has restaurants in Palm Beach and Miami. Andrew Carmellini operates The Dutch in Miami Beach along with several spots back in New York. "Top Chef" Fabio Viviani just...
  • Tips to Grill Your Thanksgiving Turkey and Trimmings

    Tips to Grill Your Thanksgiving Turkey and Trimmings
    Thanksgiving can mean too many cooks in the kitchen, so consider taking some prep outside. While grilling is usually associated with summer, more Americans are recognizing its year-round potential. In fact, 80 percent of North American households own...
  • That butternut squash and pear soup recipe? Joan McNamara delivers

    That butternut squash and pear soup recipe? Joan McNamara delivers
    A picture, so the cliché goes, is worth a thousand words. In this case, most of them came in angry emails. When we chose a photograph to illustrate my story on different ways to cook winter squash, we were just looking for a pretty picture of a dish...
  • It's Dungeness crab season, with 12 recipes

    It's Dungeness crab season, with 12 recipes
    Our holidays are safe. The 2014 Dungeness crab season kicked off this past weekend and, at least from early reports, it looks like it’s going to be another good one.¬† Dungeness crab is one of the highlights of the winter months in California....