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  • Forklore: Pity the parsnip

     
    Forklore: Pity the parsnip....
  • International foodie spring flings

     
    Food festivals abroad....
  • The Hearty Parsnip

     
    Today’s blog from Cedar Crest intern Toni is all about the wonderful vegetable parsnips. Parsnips look like a carrot but rather than being orange they look pale and can sometimes be white. Parsnips are relatives to the carrot, celeriac, and......
  • Bucks native rocks a Beastie night on ‘Top Chef: Just Desserts’

     
    Ask to cook with the most bizarre ingredients of the season, Bucks County native Matthew Petersen though he might be heading home. But Petersen, 32, won the tops challenge of the week and advances to yet another week of competition on the cooking...
  • Living in the CSA: This week's haul, and what to do with it?

     
    It's SarahKK, back again to report on Living in the CSA. The family picked up our second haul from the early-bird CSA we're taking part in. This week, we got: potatoes, onions, kale, apples, blood oranges, honey tangerines, beets, parsnips,......
  • More is More Mom: Shepherd's Pie, Shamrock's and Shillelagh's: A St. Patrick's Day Feast!

     
    As the More is More MomĀ®, I’m all about……….more being Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! March 17th is the feast day of the Patron Saint …...
  • The Project: Cream of parsnip soup with crisp-fried pancetta

     
    Each Friday we highlight an L.A. Times Test Kitchen recipe that's perfect for weekend cooking -- when you have a little more time on your hands. This week's recipe: Cream of parsnip soup with crisp-fried pancetta. The recipe takes about......
  • Recipes: Get souped up

     
    It's fun to joke about how L.A. has no seasons, but to be honest, the evenings in our fair city have been quite chilly. And after a long day at work, nothing soothes the soul quite like a bowl of soup. Here are some simple wintertime recipes that warm you...
  • Rooting for new flavors

    Rooting for new flavors
    It's that time of year when winter's star vegetables wear out their welcome. Parsnips? Been there. Turnips? Done that. Potatoes, mashed, hashed, roasted or fried? Check, check, check, yawn. In short, it's time to start mixing it up a bit in the root...
  • All Health's Breaking Loose: Digging up gold

    All Health's Breaking Loose: Digging up gold
    I love visiting my sister's ranch in southern Utah. Her vegetable garden spans boldly across an open field, row by row. It appears endless. I love the potato patch. For us city folk it is a little mind blowing to take a shovel and "dig up" what's for...
  • For Easter lamb, it's game over

    For Easter lamb, it's game over
    Sandra Lawler was all grown up and had left her Boston home before she realized that not everybody serves lamb on Easter. "I moved to Chicago, and they were serving ham, and I said, 'What is this? Who eats ham for Easter?'" The chef at Baltimore's Feast...