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  • Quinoa, lentil, vegetable and more: 11 lettuce-free salads

    Quinoa, lentil, vegetable and more: 11 lettuce-free salads
    Love salad but tired of all those greens? Now you can have your salads lettuce-free with recipes revolving around quinoa, lentils, garbanzo beans, seasonal vegetables and more with these ideas, ready in an hour or less: Shaved asparagus with mushrooms...
  • 16 great sandwich recipes

    16 great sandwich recipes
    Sandwiches. They come in many variations and are a great option when you need dinner fast — or even to take with you, if you're having dinner somewhere else. Like a picnic. Your kid's soccer game. Sunset on the beach.áYou could argue that they're...
  • Cut summer pies down to size _ single serving size, that is

    Big, family-sized pies tend to get all the summer dessert glory, but when it comes to picnics and backyard barbecues, I actually favor single serving hand pies. Sure, it's a little more work to make a batch of hand pies than to make one large one, but...
  • Going Places: Diana Henry likes a good culinary adventure

    Diana Henry had a degree from Oxford, a great job at the BBC and the promise of a golden future. But when she turned 30, curiosity got the best of her. She took a leave to attend a course at Leiths School of Food and Wine and remembers standing proudly...
  • Tofu: From stir fry to dessert

    Tofu is considered the staff of life in the Asian culture. It is a staple in China and Japan. As a full protein it is a good source of Vitamin C and Calcium. Moderate consumption of tofu complements legume and grain choices in the diet. Tofu can be...
  • Hepburn's son recalls mom's life _ and kitchen _ in new book

    Think of Audrey Hepburn, and your mind will likely conjure up an extraordinarily elegant woman in a boat-necked black dress, huge sunglasses, gloves to the elbow, and a chic updo. It's doubtful you'll picture a woman in jeans and T-shirt settling down in...
  • Bayless is back with new cookbook

    Bayless is back with new cookbook
    Mix the passion chef Rick Bayless has for the cuisines of Mexico with his enthusiasm for serving it up at his many restaurants and on his TV series "Mexico: One Plate at a Time," and it's easy to see how that could never be contained in a handful of...
  • 'New Prairie Kitchen' honors Great Plains farmers, chefs, artisans

     'New Prairie Kitchen' honors Great Plains farmers, chefs, artisans
    "Great Plains states are often referred to as 'flyover' country," writes cookbook author Summer Miller, "meaning there aren't many reasons to stop here and look around." Miller's new book, "New Prairie Kitchen: Stories and Seasonal Recipes from Chefs,...
  • Light-bodied wines best for salmon dish

    Light-bodied wines best for salmon dish
    A lot of acidity (from orange juice and mustard) goes into the marinade for this fish dish, but not a lot sticks around in the final preparation. That's a blessing because it allows for a wider range of both white and red wines to accompany it. Salmon...
  • Searching for pound cake like grandma used to make

    Searching for pound cake like grandma used to make
    Q: I am looking for a pound cake recipe I originally got from my Grandma Rowe, who was the best baker in our family. She even won a newspaper recipe contest for her Jack Horner coffee cake in the 1970s. I also have letters written to her personally from...
  • RosÚ wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe

     Rosé wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe
    In Italian cooking, the word "piccata," as in veal piccata or chicken piccata, stems from an old verb, "piccare," not much used today, meaning "to prick," as with a pike or sharply pointed stick. (Medieval meaning, rather gruesome.) Perhaps the sharp tang...