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  • Weekend project: DIY stove-top smoker

    Weekend project: DIY stove-top smoker
    Sometimes nothing beats smoking a nice cut of meat outdoors on a lazy, hot day -- that is, as long as the weather cooperates. But the great outdoors can get a little testy, especially during these winter months. Even in Southern California. Next time...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three quinoa salad ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three quinoa salad ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    Fan of quinoa? Perhaps not very familiar with it but curious? If you're looking for a great wheat-free alternative this Gluten-Free Wednesday, quinoa is a winner. A South American grain-like crop, quinoa has come to be recognized as a nutrient-dense...
  • Mediterranean flavors to enliven the palate in chicken recipe

     Mediterranean flavors to enliven the palate in chicken recipe
    Right now when the palate needs lightening from winter's heavy flavors, a hint of the Mediterranean sounds good. Here a quadruple threat of zesty lemon, lively white wine, piquant capers and aromatic fresh basil steps up to meet the challenge. Chicken...
  • Test Kitchen tip: Fresh vs. dried herbs and spices (and a recipe)

    Test Kitchen tip: Fresh vs. dried herbs and spices (and a recipe)
    So when should you use fresh herbs in a recipe? And when do you go for the dried? It can be a perplexing question, especially if the recipe is not specific. I usually use fresh herbs and spices in recipes where I need them to impart flavor quickly, such...
  • Zesty wines for pork in a shallot-wine sauce

     Zesty wines for pork in a shallot-wine sauce
    This recipe nicely reminds us not to focus on what's underneath the sauce when pairing with wine, but to check out the sauce itself. Too often we attend to the base when searching for an appropriate wine ("white with white, red with red," for example)....
  • Lost turkey meatloaf recipe was beloved by kids

    Lost turkey meatloaf recipe was beloved by kids
    Q: I pulled a turkey meatloaf recipe from the Tribune when my kids were little. It had spinach and carrots in it. They loved it and didn't realize all the good stuff that was in it. I believe it also had sausage in it. I've done all kinds of searches...
  • Deep River Chinese Medicine Practitioner Teaches How To 'Eat With The Seasons'

    Deep River Chinese Medicine Practitioner Teaches How To  'Eat With The Seasons'
    The concept of eating in season — the way our forefathers ate — has gained a new respect and following in recent years as restaurant chefs and home cooks have returned to preparing meals using locally harvested ingredients. The local bounty is...
  • Super Bowl snacks have Arizona theme

     Super Bowl snacks have Arizona theme
    Whether you're down with the New England Patriots or upholding the Seattle Seahawks, you and your friends and family can chow down on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 1) with harmonious gusto. Because no matter which team you root for, everyone will get behind a...
  • In defense of the humble casserole

    In defense of the humble casserole
    Step away from the sous-vide machine and microwave. It's time to embrace the casserole, that oven-baked creation, and give it the respect it deserves. Its legacy is rich, having sustained humans for centuries — no, not the green bean casserole...
  • Osso buco banishes the winter blues

     Osso buco banishes the winter blues
    We braise in January to ward off the chill, to make the house smell good, to remind ourselves of everything we love about cooking. Beef stew in the slow cooker, lamb in the tagine and pork shoulder in the copper brazier. This year, we're braising veal...
  • Grant Achatz's recipe for prune ketchup

    Grant Achatz's recipe for prune ketchup
    Q: We had a recipe for prune ketchup when I was a young boy. It goes great with venison. Would anyone have a great recipe? — Jim Statler, Yakima, Wash. A: Yes, indeed. Grant Achatz, the star chef of Chicago's Alinea, had a recipe for prune...