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  • Recipe: 'G & M's' oatmeal cookies, perfect for Gluten-Free Wednesday and more

    Recipe: 'G & M's' oatmeal cookies, perfect for Gluten-Free Wednesday and more
    As a student at The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone in the Napa Valley, we spend 18 weeks on "externship" at an approved food site. While on externship at the Los Angeles Times Test Kitchen, I am grateful to be staying with my sister, brother-...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great seafood ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great seafood ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. Even if you have no intention of ridding it from your diet entirely, there's no reason you can't go gluten-free once in a while. It's not that hard. With these gluten-free seafood ideas, you'll never know what you're missing....
  • Test Kitchen video tip: How do I choose the right bread wash?

    Test Kitchen video tip: How do I choose the right bread wash?
    Bread, biscuit and roll recipes often call for some sort of "wash"  or glaze before baking. Sometimes a recipe may call for egg, sometimes milk. Even butter. Different washes are used to achieve different results. So how do you choose the right one for...
  • Online cooking groups dish up friendships

    Online cooking groups dish up friendships
    Laurie Woodward is flying from her home in Pittsburgh in April across the country to Mukilteo, Wash., to serve as matron of honor to a bride she's never met. And it's all because of baking. "She's one of my best friends," says Woodward of the bride,...
  • THE KITCHN: Freezer-friendly roasted vegetable burritos with black beans and rice

    TheKitchn.com In one fell swoop, these burritos have changed the way we do lunch in my house. When we decide we're in the mood for burritos, we prep everything on the weekend -- roasting the veggies, cooking the rice, even shredding the cheese -- and...
  • For the love of ricotta

    For the love of ricotta
    Most of the ricotta in this country is probably baked into lasagna. And that's delicious. But ricotta aspires to so much more. Its fresh flavor shines when treated lightly, its creamy texture soaring as well. The new vegetables of spring — the...
  • THE KITCHN: Brown Rice Bowl with Chard and Nutty Tomato Romesco Sauce

    TheKitchn.com When it comes to lunch, I have competing desires. On the one hand, I want a predictable and easy meal I can grab without diverting much attention from my work. But I also don't want to eat the same thing day after day. Meet my answer:...
  • Mario Batali: Chicken Paillard with Arugula Salad

    Mario Batali: Chicken Paillard with Arugula Salad
    There are few fancy-pants French cooking terms I care to retain, but paillard is definitely one of them. It refers to a piece of meat that's been pounded thinly and then grilled. It's one of the more approachable and less complex food preparations...
  • EATINGWELL: Dill-Havarti Mashed Cauliflower

    This recipe for mashed cauliflower, spiked with dill and havarti cheese, makes a simple side dish for a weeknight dinner. The low-calorie cauliflower complements the rich creaminess of havarti cheese. Dill-Havarti Mashed Cauliflower Makes 6 servings,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Four perfect ideas for artichoke lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Four perfect ideas for artichoke lovers
    Love artichokes? Whether deep-fried, stewed, used as a flavoring in a larger dish or cooked with bacon, have we got some tempting ideas for you. Roast chicken with fried artichokes and lemons: Tender roast chicken is served with crisp fried artichoke...
  • Rabbit dishes are regaining popularity

    Rabbit dishes are regaining popularity
    Rabbits "are helping win the war," proclaimed a Los Angeles Times article from 1943. Touted as a patriotic food during World War II, rabbits were raised by thousands of Americans in their backyards. Along with victory gardens, rabbits helped put food on...