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  • Impress with salmon, chickpeas, greens and capers

    While fish is a popular option for many during Lent, a lot of people are still intimidated by it, whether it's cooking fish or finding a variety of fish they like. For a hearty fish and one that stands up to many cooking methods, go for salmon. It's...
  • Cook's Corner: New Paleo diet cookbook pairs primal food with modern flavor

    I'm not sure how I feel about eating like a caveman. But given all the hype and celebrity hoopla about the paleo/primal diet, I was curious about just what kind of recipes I'd find in the just-published "The Real Paleo Diet Cookbook" (Houghton Mifflin...
  • Brussels sprouts lighten up for spring in slaw recipe

    If it's winter, oven-roasted, even slightly charred Brussels sprouts are my jam. But as we transition to warmer weather, my thoughts turn to spring and summer slaws. Although slaw is most typically made from cabbage, just about any sturdy vegetable...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 great grilled cheese sandwiches

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 great grilled cheese sandwiches
    Does it get any better than grilled cheese? Many people don't think so. And though it's hard to beat the perfection that is ooey-gooey melted cheese between two crisp pieces of bread, we do have some ideas to help you take it to the next level. Ideas like...
  • It's time for spring-cleaning fever

    It's spring, the time of year when raw unfettered daylight busts into your home like a SWAT team armed with floodlights catching you unaware: "You, you in the kitchen, put down the spoon and the ice cream carton and put up some rubber-gloved hands!"...
  • Myrna Paulhus is all about faith and fellowship

    A small army of volunteers readied the Putnam Elks Lodge for the Empty Bowls Supper on March 21. Huge pots of soup simmered on burners and in crock pots in the kitchen. Bags of baguettes, French breads and rolls were piled on a table. There were boxes...
  • Mediterranean trio of herbs, lemon and olives seasons Easter lamb

     Mediterranean trio of herbs, lemon and olives seasons Easter lamb
    At Easter, we pull out all the stops and serve whole roasted leg of lamb. In our family, indeed in much of the world, the custom of serving lamb at Easter is as traditional as colored eggs and chocolate bunnies. Flavorful lamb ranks among the world's...
  • Cauliflower, the new hot food of 2015

    Trends are a peculiar thing, especially when you live in a city that doesn't exactly shape the zeitgeist. Somebody somewhere decides something is the Next Big Thing, and even though you might have previously been totally clueless, suddenly you've also got...
  • Customizable granola recipe relies on whole ingredients for flavor

     Customizable granola recipe relies on whole ingredients for flavor
    In the 19th century, American breakfasts were described by the French philosopher Constantin-Francois de Volney as "most calculated to injure the stomach, the teeth, and the health in general," including "cheese of the fattest kind, slices of salt or hung...
  • Community news for Jewett City edition

    Griswold's 200th anniversary parade GRISWOLD - The Griswold Bicentennial Committee is encouraging local groups to register as participants in the town's 200th anniversary parade, slated for Saturday, May 16 at 1 p.m. Civic groups, Scout troops, clubs,...
  • A new look for your Passover dinner

    Passover is the Jewish holiday most centered around food. Family and friends get together around the dinner table to tell the story of their ancestors' escape from slavery in Egypt more than 3,000 years ago. A number of foods with symbolic meanings are...