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  • In praise of family recipes

    Her name was Catherine, although her friends called her Cac. Being married to the town physician meant that by matrimonial proximity, anyway she enjoyed semifamous status in their small Mississippi River community. That's because pretty much everyone...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Summer salad with watermelon, feta and couscous

    Here's a recipe that pairs sweet watermelon with tangy, salty feta cheese and tiny pasta. It's a great salad to serve with grilled fish or chicken. For a potluck or outdoor barbecue, it's a nice salad to serve in place of the usual pasta or potato salad....
  • Scenes and recipes from three iconic Italian restaurants

    A round-trip flight to New York might cost $400. A room at even a reasonably priced hotel will run you $600 for two nights. And you can't have dinner at a famous restaurant, even if it's Italian food, for under $100. Or you could stay home and make...
  • Cook's Corner: Chef Cindy Hutson reveals taste memories in new cookbook

    Chef Cindy Hutson of Ortanique on the Mile in Coral Gables, Fla., has published "From the Tip of My Tongue" (Story Farm, $35), a cookbook and memoir that celebrates what she describes as her "cuisine of the sun." It follows her culinary journey from...
  • Don't throw those veggie scraps out; cook them instead

    If you're a fan of farm-fresh produce, chances are you don't know what you're missing. Those feathery carrot tops you just tossed? Edible. Ditto goes for the green leafy tops of beets and radishes and the stalks and leaves of broccoli. All too often...
  • The language of cooking

    I've been writing about food for so long that sometimes I forget what it's like to be a beginner. I don't remember that recipes can seem like a foreign language to an inexperienced home cook. If you have barely picked up a spatula, words like simmer or...
  • Family Meals Matter: Explore the many ways to enjoy dairy during National Dairy month

    Family Meals Matter: Explore the many ways to enjoy dairy during National Dairy month
    Besides being packed with nutrients, dairy foods are affordable and versatile. While delicious on their own; milk, cheese and yogurt really shine when paired with foods from other food groups. Additionally, dairy foods can be enjoyed throughout the day --...
  • The delicious love child of potato salad and deviled eggs

    This recipe is what would happen if your favorite deviled eggs hooked up with a sinfully delicious potato salad. Rich, creamy, tangy, eggy and starchy, this is everything you want in a July Fourth side salad. This also happens to be a lovely do-ahead...
  • 5 great zabaglione recipes

    5 great zabaglione recipes
    Whisk some egg yolks with a little sugar until they take on a bright, velvety sheen, then drizzle in a little wine. Place the bowl over gently simmering water and keep beating, and in just minutes you have a light and airy custard, faintly sweet and...
  • Recipe Finder| Olive Garden's pineapple tiramisu

    Recipe Finder| Olive Garden's pineapple tiramisu
    Fredona King from South Bend, Ind., wrote saying she is a big fan of the tiramisu served at Olive Garden restaurants. She said she has tried several recipes, but they were not as smooth and creamy as what is served at the restaurant. She was hoping I...
  • Want great barbecue sauce? Learn the basic building blocks

    Barbecue sauce is a very personal thing. For some, it means a thick, sweet red sauce. For others, it is mustard-based. For those who grew up in North Carolina like I did, it's vinegar-based. Regional differences aside, these days barbecue sauces are...