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  • Test Kitchen bonus: Summer recipes using Florida mangoes

    Test Kitchen bonus: Summer recipes using Florida mangoes
    Florida mangoes are great in fruit salads, desserts, sauces, juices and chutneys. Take the sniff test before buying. Inhale the aroma of the mango near the stem end; it should be fragrant and fruity. Squeeze the fruit gently; it should give slightly. At...
  • As figs ripen, simple recipes come to full fruit in anticipation

    As figs ripen, simple recipes come to full fruit in anticipation
    The fig tree in my backyard is close to producing its first real crop since I planted it four years ago. I've been watching its progress anxiously. Every morning before I go to work, I walk by and give one fig a gentle squeeze to see if it's ready yet....
  • Pina Colada Yogurt Parfait

    Pina Colada Yogurt Parfait
    Take a trip to the tropics with our pina colada inspired parfait. It even makes a great breakfast when you need a sunny start to your day. Pina Colada Yogurt Parfait Makes 1 serving. Active Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 10 minutes 1/3 cup reduced-...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Cooling trio of Key lime pie recipes

    Test Kitchen bonus: Cooling trio of Key lime pie recipes
    The Key lime pie was a product of a delicious culinary happenstance. In the Keys, fresh milk wasn't readily available until the 1930s, when tank trucks could begin to make regular trips with the opening of the Overseas Highway. Creative local cooks relied...
  • Texan upgraded domestic service

    Texan upgraded domestic service
    Lucille Bishop Smith was a chef, educator, entrepreneur and food corporation president who has been called the first African-American businesswoman in Texas. She is credited with inventing the first commercially marketed hot roll mix and establishing...
  • Eternal appeal of Mediterranean cooking

    Eternal appeal of Mediterranean cooking
    Over the past several months, we have noted a fresh crop of Mediterranean offerings. Authors and publishers still find fresh pleasures in the food of the Med, and bet that readers will too. Among the new books: "Balaboosta: Bold Mediterranean Recipes to...
  • Obama reveals first family's favorite snacks

    Obama reveals first family's favorite snacks
    President Obama revealed the first family's snack favorites during a recent appearance at a White House event promoting healthy eating and attended by school children from across the country. Can you guess his? "My big thing, chips and guacamole,''...
  • Great eats for World Cup fever

    Great eats for World Cup fever
    World Cup fans fiercely rooting for either Argentina or Germany to win the finals match Sunday in Brazil will be sporting their allegiance with team jerseys and colors, music, national flags and lots to drink. The hungry will show their loyalties with...
  • Low and slow grilled chicken

    Low and slow grilled chicken
    Chicken on a bedspring. The only summer camp meal I care to remember. The novelty of utilizing the metal bedsprings as a rack over the fire redeemed a nasty week of mosquito bites and homesick blues. The aroma and flavors from cooking over hardwood...
  • Summer refresher

    Summer refresher
    Just like her drinks, it was time mixologist Bridget Albert of Shorewood refreshed her cocktail book. The author, along with Mary Barranco, first published "Market-Fresh Mixology: Cocktails for Every Season" in 2008, which at the time stood out for...
  • Elaine Gonzalez, noted chocolatier, dead at 79

    Elaine Gonzalez, noted chocolatier, dead at 79
    Elaine Gonzalez of Northbrook, an innovative chocolatier noted for transforming chocolate into edible bowls, plates, ornaments, flowers and much, much more, died July 25. She was 79. "She was an artist and took chocolate to new places," said...