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  • Chopped salad

    Chopped salad
    This rich ranch-style dressing takes no prisoners when it comes to garlic flavor. Paired with a colorful chopped salad, it makes for a flavorful meal that's simple to prepare. Milton's special house chopped salad with creamy garlic dressing Total time:...
  • Plant Doctor: July in the garden

    Almanac Average temperatures: High 92, Low 73 Rainfall: 7.15 inches The moon 1. Moon phases •New moon: July 8 •First quarter: July 15 •Full moon: July 22 •Last quarter: July 29 2. Moon sign planting dates •Above...
  • Dining scene: From tri-tip duck-fat burgers to soy-glazed turkey burgers

    Dining scene: From tri-tip duck-fat burgers to  soy-glazed turkey burgers
    Shula Burger 14917 Lyons Road, Suite 114, west of Delray Beach, 561-404-1347, ShulaBurger.com An offshoot of its steak-house chain, this fast-casual concept's fourth branch — its first in Palm Beach County — has opened in the new Delray...
  • For papa, everything tastes better with a Mexican spin

    For papa, everything tastes better with a Mexican spin
    My dad instilled in me a lot of important qualities, the kind any father would hope to pass along to his growing child — determination, an unceasing pursuit of knowledge, a strong work ethic. Not least of these traits, though, is a love of,...
  • Tomato Decline Disappoints Gardeners

    Tomato Decline Disappoints Gardeners
    It would be nice if tomatoes lasted for a year or more but the truth is, if you get a few months of production you are doing very well.   The present crop might last longer if there wasn’t one little thing called the summer rainy season.  What...
  • Primal flavors

    Primal flavors
    Forget the tie and the socks this Father's Day. Give the Big D what he really hungers for. Go primal with our three B's: beef, bacon and bourbon. Unlike mom, who usually finds herself corsaged and cosseted at some cutesy Sunday brunch, dad has one...
  • A dip for the broccoli averse

    A dip for the broccoli averse
    "I do not like broccoli," President George H.W. Bush famously declared in 1990 in a New York Times story. "And I haven't liked it since I was a little kid and my mother made me eat it. And I'm president of the United States, and I'm not going to eat any...
  • The Pick-Up: Week One of CSA Challenge: Garlic scapes recipe

    The Pick-Up: Week One of CSA Challenge: Garlic scapes recipe
    My first thought when I found a garlic scapes dip recipe, which ran in the New York Times several years ago, was this: I bet this dip would be great with homemade pita chips. My second thought was this: Making homemade pita chips means cleaning my big...
  • Eating local with a delivery service is easy - but you'll pay

    Eating local with a delivery service is easy - but you'll pay
    In the latest chapter in my monthlong project to feed my family only on foods from within 100 miles of my house, most of my meals last week came from the Out of the Box Collective. So far, I have made pasta with fresh tomato sauce, poached eggs in stir-...
  • All About Food: Grill or barbecue? Coal, gas or briquettes?

    All About Food: Grill or barbecue? Coal, gas or briquettes?
    'Tis the season for barbecues. With Father's Day and Fourth of July on our doorstep, thoughts turn to the thrill of the grill. Barbecuing may be America's oldest competitive outdoor sport. The battles are endless. Since that first day when lightning...
  • The Art Smith remix

     The Art Smith remix
    Chef Art Smith doesn't do small. Never has. So it's no surprise his new cookbook — "Art Smith's Healthy Comfort" — has a really big subtitle: "How America's Favorite Celebrity Chef Got It Together, Lost Weight, and Reclaimed His Health!"...