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  • EatingWell: Chocolate Souffle

    EatingWell: Chocolate Souffle
    Souffles may look like a restaurant-only dessert, but they are actually easy to make. Whip them up right after dinner and enjoy while they're still warm from the oven. Chocolate Souffle Makes 2 servings. Active Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 35 minutes...
  • Updating the classic 'Silver Palate' dish chicken Marbella

     Updating the classic 'Silver Palate' dish chicken Marbella
    Chicken Marbella anchored dinner parties of the '80s. Pull on shoulder pads, dig in; feel all David Byrne. Frankly, I tangled with the trend three decades late. "You've never tried chicken Marbella?" Risa whispered, brows raised. "Where were you?" I...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Tomato Soup With Curried Basmati Rice

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Tomato Soup With Curried Basmati Rice
    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 Tomato Soup With Curried...
  • Quirky meets home-style

    Quirky meets home-style
    The pastry chef: Christina Tosi At the festival: Tosi is one of 60 chefs chosen to participate in Best of the Best, 7:30-10:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20, at Fontainebleau Miami Beach, 4441 Collins Ave. Each chef will offer samples of their best dishes....
  • Pasta and buckwheat play against each other in Eastern European dish

     Pasta and buckwheat play against each other in Eastern European dish
    Had I called this recipe by the name I grew up hearing — kasha varnishkes – would you have even read this far? What does that mean anyway? The traditional Eastern European dish — which combines buckwheat (kasha) and a short pasta...
  • Navel oranges: full of history, flavor and uses, but not seeds

    Navel oranges: full of history, flavor and uses, but not seeds
    It's easy to be dazzled by all the spectacular citrus in the markets this time of year: blood and Cara Cara oranges, Meyer lemons, a dozen kinds of mandarins, finger limes smaller than your pinkie and Big Wong pummelos the size of your head. But take...
  • The California navel orange began with intrepid Eliza Tibbets

    The California navel orange began with intrepid Eliza Tibbets
    Southern California has certainly seen its share of oddball dreamers. But few can top Eliza Tibbets, the queen of the navel orange. As detailed in David Boulé's remarkable book, "The Orange and the Dream of California," Tibbets was a force of nature....
  • Chase away post-holiday blues with a pot of long-simmered greens

    Chase away post-holiday blues with a pot of long-simmered greens
    And so we enter our greens days. When the weather turns damp and chilly, when a surfeit of holiday festivities has you feeling spent and lethargic, there is nothing like a pot of long-simmered greens to warm you and fill your empty spaces. My wife and I...
  • 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...