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  • Recipe: Gratin potatoes with fresh herbs

     
    Gratin potatoes recipe...
  • Autumnal aromas: Blessed with good scents

     
    THANKSGIVING ISSUE: It is said that Southern California has no seasons, but we who live here have learned to recognize its subtle tonal shifts. When the sycamore trees flare crimson and giant breakers pound the empty beaches, my thoughts to turn...
  • Time to Perk Up Seasonal Gardens

     
    Fall warm season crops are about finished and it’s time to revive the garden. If my garden is like yours, the squash, cucumbers and beans are about done. There are lingering peppers and many tomatoes to be picked. Also, the corn crop has about a week...
  • Dia de Los Muertos Recipes: Dos recetas tradicionales

     
    You already know how to mold a sugar skull, and we won't debate with you that your mother probably makes the best pan de muerto. Here are few other soul-soothing offerings for the wandering spirits — and your yum-hole. Champurrado (spicy hot chocolate)....
  • Gulf of Mexico oil spill update: Fresh Florida seafood availability

     
    This report is updated every day at 2 pm or as conditions warrant. All Florida waters open to fishing at this time. Grouper, red snapper, mullet, blue crab meat and clams are all in steady supply and prices are normal. Yellowtail snapper is in steady...
  • Test kitchen extra: Time to ‘Go Fish’ in the kitchen

     
    Support the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' “Go Native! Eat Florida Seafood” program and you will be sure to have the freshest fish available. This week, Florida amberjack, clams, blue crab, flounder, red grouper,...
  • Bargain basil bins

     
    Here's a funny tidbit from my rooftop-to-tabletop restaurants story, which appears in today's Sun.Joe Edwardsen, owner of Joe Squared Pizza & Bar on North Avenue, is growing tarragon, thyme, oregano and a ton of basil on his rooftop."We drop over......
  • July Plantings

     
    July is one hot month but it is a great time for gardens. There is lots of color we can be enjoying so don’t pass up a trip to the local garden center. I for one am a begonia fan and most are in full bloom at this time like the colorful angel-wing...
  • Thanksgiving 2011: Restaurant roundup

     
    Thanksgiving 2011: Restaurant roundup...
  • Chef Joachim Splichal's home kitchen

     
    To do what Joachim Splichal loves most -- cook -- the founder of Patina restaurant turns to a kitchen in that most personal of spaces: his home....
  • Harvest rewards

    Harvest rewards
    For many family farmers, harvest is the busiest time of the year, leaving little time to actually cook what they grow. Consequently, many of them rely on recipes that are quick, simple and often ready to feed a crowd. We recently asked busy farmers &#...