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  • Celebrate the farmer's market this Earth Day

    Celebrate the farmer's market this Earth Day
    This coming Monday, April 22, is Earth Day, which for 43 years in the United States and 23 years globally has dedicated itself to building awareness of environmental issues and the role we all can play in protecting our planet and conserving its...
  • Easing into grilling season

    Easing into grilling season
    Memorial Day, originally created almost a century and a half ago to honor the soldiers who gave their lives in the Civil War, has become a national institution -- a time not only to pay our respects to those lost in all our wars, but also to gather with...
  • The stove plays a supporting role

    The stove plays a supporting role
    In my restaurant kitchens, we have grills fired up all year-round, ready to cook steaks, seafood, poultry, and vegetables to perfection. We treat our grills as one of many key appliances. And, for any given dish or meal a guest might order, we may make...
  • Lighten up your grilling!

    Lighten up your grilling!
    People tend to think of January as the only time they usually make big resolutions to eat more healthily, lose weight, and get slimmer. But, as you might imagine, the start of bathing suit season actually brings a whole new round of resolutions. With...
  • A summery uncooked sauce for sautéed shrimp

    A summery uncooked sauce for sautéed shrimp
    I always feel summer has well and truly arrived when the stalls of farmers' markets are brimming with beautiful tomatoes and big, bright-green bouquets of the fresh basil to go with them. You would have a difficult time to find an example of another duo...
  • Summer vegetables, Provence-style

    Summer vegetables, Provence-style
    Walk into any farmers' market right now and you'll be dazzled by the colors of summer: deep red tomatoes; green, red, and yellow bell peppers; purple or violet eggplants; bright green and golden zucchini. It's all I can do to stop myself from grabbing...
  • Double happiness for the Chinese New Year

    Double happiness for the Chinese New Year
    Gung hei fat choy! That's the traditional Cantonese greeting (roughly translated as, "Wishing you great happiness and prosperity!") heard in midwinter with the arrival of the Chinese New Year, a lunar holiday falling this year on Sunday, Feb. 10. In...
  • 9 ways restaurants get you to spend more

    Times are tough for restaurants. The average check size has increased just 1.7 percent per year over the past five years, according to NPD Group, a market research firm. That's because diners are watching what they spend at restaurants by forgoing...
  • Red Robin: A bite of burger heaven

    Red Robin: A bite of burger heaven
    When Red Robin Gourmet Burgers flew into Central Florida in 2010, the name seemed mighty familiar to some burger fans. They were right. In the 1980s Red Robin Burger & Spirits Emporium, a precursor to the present-day company, landed in Casselberry's...
  • Box Office: 'Grown Ups 2′ Poised to Trounce Still-Softly Tracking 'Pacific Rim'

    Box office chatter this week has mostly revolved around "Pacific Rim," and yet the pricey monster pic could land at No. 3 domestically this weekend, with holdover toon "Despicable Me 2" and "Grown Ups 2," one of the most critically savaged films this...
  • Greek salad to go

    Greek salad to go
    Gravity keeps it all together. Apparently the fundamental force doesn't merely drop heavy things. It keeps the tides heaving, the planets orbiting and the stars smoldering. It can even improve salad. Consider this truth: Greens are best freshly dressed....