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  • Thanksgiving video tips: Peeling small onions, and a recipe for glazed onions

    Thanksgiving video tips: Peeling small onions, and a recipe for glazed onions
    Many people avoid using pearl and other small onions because of the daunting fact that the onions have to be peeled. Peeled like regular onions, a bowl of these could take an hour. But there’s a simple way to peel these tasty little guys, and the...
  • Love & Salt opens, bringing duck fat crackers to Manhattan Beach

    Love & Salt opens, bringing duck fat crackers to Manhattan Beach
    Love & Salt, a new Italian restaurant by chef Michael Fiorelli (Terranea Resort), Guy Gabriele (Zazou) and Sylvie Gabriele (Zazou, Farm Stand) will open Nov. 25 in the former Cafe Pierre space in Manhattan Beach.  The restaurant, named for its owners'...
  • Denver pot bakery puts the high into haute cuisine

    It was midafternoon and a disciplined team of chefs began rolling out the day's offerings — four kinds of baklava, oatmeal butterscotch cookies and a toothsome Parisian macaroon. There wasn't a pot brownie in sight, and the mere mention of it...
  • Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes

    Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes
    A home-cooked holiday meal means something different for every family. We all have our favorites, from the stuffing only Mom makes the right way to green beans with onion straws that must come from a can. Here, five local chefs share recipes for the foods...
  • Charlatan rolls out stellar pasta in West Town

    Charlatan rolls out stellar pasta in West Town
    Mini-review: Charlatan 1329 W. Chicago Ave. 312-818-2073 Rating: 2 1/2 (out of four) Take it or leave it Three Aces in Little Italy is a rare combination. It's a spot where you can play pool, toss back shots and then sop up the regret with fluffy...
  • Fund managers buying Middleby, heat behind the fast-casual trend

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Middleby Corp, maker of high-end kitchen appliances for both professional and home cooks, has become a new favorite of fund managers as it benefits from changing American dining habits. The $5.2 billion market cap company's...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday
    Craving something comforting? You can't go wrong with a rich gratin, dressing or tortino -- not to mention that they're perfect for Meatless Monday. Check out these ideas: Polenta gratin with mushrooms and Fontina: Cook polenta the easy way using this...
  • Thanksgiving video tips: 'Deglazing' 101 and a recipe for turkey gravy

    Thanksgiving video tips: 'Deglazing' 101 and a recipe for turkey gravy
    When meats or vegetables are sautéed, seared or roasted, they leave behind browned bits stuck to the bottom of the pan. These browned bits can contain an amazing amount of flavor, and are often used to enhance the flavoring of the dish being cooked (say,...
  • Bryan Podgorski brings beets and Thomas Keller's influence to Tanzy

    Bryan Podgorski brings beets and Thomas Keller's influence to Tanzy
    Bryan Podgorski is the chef at Tanzy, a new Italian restaurant in Westwood with outlets in Scottsdale, Ariz., and Boca Raton, Fla. He started his culinary career by making pasta at a small restaurant in Northern California more than two decades ago. After...
  • 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...
  • Perfect kitchenware for the Thanksgiving host

    Perfect kitchenware for the Thanksgiving host
    Thanksgiving is a day of football games, family time, float parades — and, of course, food. But if you're the host of the big feast, the day can be a hectic one. Here are five functional products to help keep peace in the kitchen. Best-dressed...