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  • HotChocolate chef Mindy Segal has grown wiser, but is no less fiery

    HotChocolate chef Mindy Segal has grown wiser, but is no less fiery
    Nearly every morning for the past 10 years, since opening the Bucktown restaurant HotChocolate, Mindy Segal has stopped by the Map Room at Armitage and Hoyne for a moment of clarity and a cup of coffee. Without many customers at 8 a.m., the place looks...
  • Martha Stewart-inspired cook doesn't always go by the book

    Martha Stewart-inspired cook doesn't always go by the book
    Jen Hajer still remembers the day she turned on the television and saw Martha Stewart for the first time. "I was young — about 22 — and I watched her show and thought, 'I want to be her'. She was so creative. At the end of the show, there...
  • Wife remembers chef Homaro Cantu: 'We thought he was invincible'

    Wife remembers chef Homaro Cantu: 'We thought he was invincible'
    Although chef Homaro Cantu was facing a stressful convergence of business challenges, friends and family said the 38-year-old owner of the internationally renowned restaurant Moto never quit projecting his trademark positive energy and world-changing...
  • Testing culinary ideas at 'Old Skewl' in Vera Cruz schoolhouse

    Testing culinary ideas at 'Old Skewl' in Vera Cruz schoolhouse
    Greg Zornek was hard at work making soup — a velvety, brightly hued, curried carrot ginger and cauliflower soup. Just as soup often starts a meal, the Center Valley chef is hoping his jars of homemade soup will help him start his own business, Z...
  • Food truck brings nutritious meals to the needy

    Food truck brings nutritious meals to the needy
    The blond man was always well-dressed and well-groomed, and he'd sit before a laptop in the corner of the coffee shop. But something, Bill Bracken remembered, was out of place. The man always had a glass of water, never a cup of coffee. Over the...
  • Cook's garden saves money, builds freshness into your cooking

     Cook's garden saves money, builds freshness into your cooking
    Imagine the satisfaction of walking to your deck or backyard garden, still in your pajamas perhaps, and picking the ingredients for tonight's dinner of Mexican or Italian favorites. It's totally doable. Skip a trip to the grocery store and plant a few...
  • Wonderful weeknight chicken

    Need some weeknight inspiration? I'm always on the lookout for what I call wonderful weeknight chicken. That means, delicious enough for everyone to enjoy and still made in a flash. My kids all like chicken, it's affordable and both quick and easy to...
  • What's happening in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. and at the beach

    What's happening in greater Annapolis, Baltimore, D.C. and at the beach
    City Annapolis, Spa Creek and Severn River. •The Wednesday Night Races, featuring more than 120 sailboats of all sizes, begins April 22. The regatta on the Severn River begins around 6 p.m., with the often spectacular finish on Spa Creek in front...
  • You asked for it: Reader shares mom's Stuffed cabbage casserole recipe

    You asked for it: Reader shares mom's Stuffed cabbage casserole recipe
    Last month, I received a request for a restaurant recommendation for cabbage rolls from Bonnie Schindler, of Fort Lauderdale. We sent her to Flakowitz of Boynton (flakowitzofboynton.com) and provided a recipe. This is the second time I've run a cabbage...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Southern Smoked Fig & Blue Cheese English Muffin

    Test Kitchen bonus: Southern Smoked Fig & Blue Cheese English Muffin
    Thomas’ celebrates the 135th anniversary of the English Muffin Thursday, April 23. Samuel Bath Thomas – the creator of the English Muffin – opened his own bakery in New York City in 1880. This original bakery, The Muffin House, still...
  • 'Entopreneurs' feed growing appetite for edible insects

    They hop. They crawl. They squirm. And they could be coming to a dinner plate near you. An increasing number of "entopreneurs" are launching businesses to feed a growing appetite for crickets, mealworms and other edible insects. These upstarts are...