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  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Clam chowder

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Clam chowder
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is New England Clam Chowder....
  • You asked for it: La Bamba rocks with its Chili con carne

    You asked for it: La Bamba rocks with its Chili con carne
    Q: My husband has been trying to replicate La Bamba's Chili con carne recipe for eight years with no luck. Anyway, you may be able to see if the restaurant is willing to divulge their secret spices? La Bamba describes their Chili con carne as made with...
  • Weekend project: Homemade bagels

    Weekend project: Homemade bagels
    Ever thought homemade bagels were possible? And great bagels at that? They are, and Peter Reinhart wrote a great story for Food to share his secrets:  "What I am about to explain could get me barred from the Lincoln and Holland tunnels or any other...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three weeknight chicken ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Three weeknight chicken ideas
    Why is chicken so popular? Well, it cooks pretty quickly. And depending on what you buy, it can be both flavorful and diet-friendly. Did I mention versatile? Chicken lends itself to so many flavorings and preparations. Check out these ideas: Old Venice'...
  • Video tip: Homemade whipped cream (and a recipe)

    Video tip: Homemade whipped cream (and a recipe)
    Homemade whipped cream. Try it just once and you'll never look at the store brands again. Nothing beats the flavor or texture, and preparation is simple. Purists are right -- using a hand whisk is one of the best ways. But here's a secret: I think the...
  • EatingWell: Grilled Fish Tacos

    EatingWell: Grilled Fish Tacos
    Instead of deep-frying the fish for these fish tacos, we coat the fish with a flavor-packed chile rub and grill it instead. Make sure the fillets are no more than 1/2- to 3/4-inch thick so they cook quickly. Sometimes flipping fish on the grill can be...
  • Missing mom's meatballs

    Missing mom's meatballs
    Q: I am looking for a really old recipe (about 50 years old) that my mother would make. It was a meatball recipe that included cream of mushroom soup and beer in the sauce. I even think there was beer in the meatballs. Can you help? — Donna...
  • Culinary boredom leads to eureka: Homemade spicy hoisin barbecue sauce

     Culinary boredom leads to eureka: Homemade spicy hoisin barbecue sauce
    Some days I gaze into the refrigerator and see the same old, same old. Lean chicken, pork and broccoli. Potatoes and onions. Bags of well-intentioned fresh produce and cut greens. Row upon row of partially used condiments. Recently, all this fridge-...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three simple gluten-free lentil dishes

    Easy dinner recipes: Three simple gluten-free lentil dishes
    Love lentils? When it comes to adding substance to a dish, legumes are an easy choice. They're packed with vegetable protein, just one reason they're so popular in vegetarian dishes. But that's not all. Lentils cook up quickly (faster than other legumes...
  • Video tip: Cleaning cactus paddles (and a bonus recipe)

    Video tip: Cleaning cactus paddles (and a bonus recipe)
    Fresh cactus paddles -- maybe you've seen them in the produce aisle. While not always common in supermarkets, the paddles are easily found in Latino markets, where they're known as nopales. The paddles may be prepared in a variety of ways (grilled,...
  • How to eat a Passover dinner in style

    For some of us, a certain measure of austerity is associated with the Passover holiday. Just as our people were forced to eat unleavened bread after escaping from slavery in Egypt, we forgo bread and other leavened products in favor of matzah for a week....