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  • Test Kitchen bonus: Passover Cod Potato Cakes With Horseradish Aioli

    Test Kitchen bonus: Passover Cod Potato Cakes With Horseradish Aioli
    Chef Gabe Garcia of Tierra Sur, the acclaimed kosher restaurant at the Herzog Wine Cellars in Oxnard, Calif., offers gourmet nontraditional menu ideas for the Seder meal. Among them are these Cod and Potato Cakes with Horseradish Apple Aioli. Passover...
  • Making soup with root vegetables: A lesson on cooking in season

    Making soup with root vegetables: A lesson on cooking in season
    As our second cooking class got underway at Roberto Clemente Middle School, I was amazed at how quickly these eighth graders had gotten the hang of things. They filed in, stashed their backpacks, donned their aprons, washed hands, and turned to the...
  • Mario Batali: Spring into the new season with a delicious carrot cake

    Mario Batali: Spring into the new season with a delicious carrot cake
    I am not a big fan of sticky or cloying cakes, so this carrot, hazelnut and ginger cake from my latest cookbook -- "America Farm to Table: Simple, Delicious Recipes Celebrating Local Farmers" ($35, Grand Central Life & Style) -- is the perfect dessert...
  • Unlocking the potential of miso

     Unlocking the potential of miso
    My taste buds hop to attention when a tiny lacquer bowl is set down prior to our favorite Japanese meal. It's delicate and soul satisfying miso soup, familiar yet mysterious. The earthy salty flavor has complexity I've long appreciated. Miso paste is...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Cioppino in about an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Cioppino in about an hour or less
    A rustic tomato-based stew combining an assortment of fish and shellfish, cioppino is credited to the Italian immigrants of San Francisco. You might never guess how easy it is to prepare given the rich depth of flavor to be found in a simple bowlful....
  • Kitchen tip: Save those Parmigiano rinds (and a recipe)

    Kitchen tip: Save those Parmigiano rinds (and a recipe)
    Next time you think you've grated all the cheese you can from a wedge of Parmigiano, don't discard the rind. Freeze it. The rinds are excellent when you want to add extra flavor and richness to stews and soups, and many slow-simmered dishes. Just take...
  • Some alternatives to a missing brownie recipe

    Some alternatives to a missing brownie recipe
    Q: Several or many years ago I cut out a recipe in the Chicago Tribune for brownies. These were the best brownies ever. After putting the dough in the pan you put in a jar of marshmallow creme. I cannot find my recipe and I really miss making these...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three grilled salad and vegetable ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Three grilled salad and vegetable ideas
    With spring arriving here in sunny Los Angeles, it's almost criminal to cook indoors. Show your grill a little love tonight with these three dish ideas. Each makes for a perfectly robust side or light main course using only a handful of ingredients....
  • Bryan Voltaggio's asparagus and barley recipe

    Bryan Voltaggio's asparagus and barley recipe
    In his first solo cookbook, “Home,” local food superstar Bryan Voltaggio highlights the Mid-Atlantic cuisine of his youth, turning his creative precision to classic dishes using regional ingredients. This asparagus-and-barley dish, which...
  • Celebrate National Noodle month with a variety of pasta dishes

    Celebrate National Noodle month with a variety of pasta dishes
    March is National Noodle Month! Originally from China, noodles are an essential part of many different cuisines and can be made from a variety of grains and even vegetables. This week we’re exploring noodles in a variety of tastes, shapes and...
  • Video tip: Homemade harissa (and a recipe)

    Video tip: Homemade harissa (and a recipe)
    Do you love your food with a little -- or a lot -- of kick to it? If you've never tried harissa, you don't know what you're missing. Harissa is a fiery red hot sauce from North Africa. While the ingredients may vary from region to region, basic recipes...