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  • Is this the worst mistake ever in a recipe?

     
    The answer is no. Here's the e-mail I got from my friend and grammar guru, John McIntyre:Fred Vultee at Headsup reports this delightful correction: 'A recipe for Ginger Apple Stir-Fry in the Oct. 29 Food section was missing two ingredients. Add......
  • Next Sunday's review

     
    Next Sunday I review Corks in Federal Hill. This was a fine-dining restaurant we hadn't been hearing much about with all the new places opening up in Harbor East and other neighborhoods around town. So maybe owner/chef Jerry Pellegrino did......
  • Monday Morning Quarterbacking

     
    Just now I took a look at my review of the Brewer's Art that appeared in yesterday's paper so I could link to it. In it I said this:Finally, there's no place in town even remotely like it - a......
  • Are there any wine absolutes anymore?

     
    There's a discussion going on under the cassoulet post about whether you can drink white wine with duck. I have to admit I didn't think wine aficionados still discussed the subject in such absolutes. It's kind of like the eclectic......
  • Game time: North Texas at FAU

     
    About a half hour from kickoff, and there is another good crowd gathered in the Warehouse District of Fort Lauderdale. Lot's of blue, lots of beer, DT, Cheerios, Band. What more do you want? - - - - Will......
  • Steve Bornstein would like you to get NFL Network

     
    I considered writing my Tuesday newspaper column about the latest developments (or lack thereof) in the distribution battle between the NFL Network and Big Cable. Instead, I limited myself to a brief reference to the subject. You're welcome. For those.......
  • Top 10 Alternatives to a Traditional Thanksgiving Roast Turkey

     
    Obviously anything could be an alternative to a traditional roast turkey for Thanksgiving, from a ribeye steak to a deep fried turkey. But I wanted to pick foods you know would work (because of their association with native Americans, for......
  • Tell us about your turducken

     
    A couple of the comments under the Thanksgiving post suggest to me that turducken might be worth an entry of its own. I thought everyone knew about turducken because this specialty, a sort of Russian matryoshka doll of poultry, got......
  • I (heart) my pressure cooker

     
    My Atlanta brother, who occasionally comments on this blog, just sent me the reply he received from the Presto pressure cooker customer service department when he sent them this query:What is the preferred method for removing an old air vent?Here's......
  • John's excellent adventure deep-frying a Thanksgiving turkey

     
    I am so impressed that Multimedia Editor Emeritus and Biker Dude John Lindner does the cooking at Thanksgiving. I'm not impressed with him. I'm impressed that his wife managed to talk him into taking over the holiday kitchen chores.......
  • Turner will bow out of British Open golf after 2009

     
    It appears both the British Open golf tournament and the BCS bowl games are destined to be all-ESPN affairs in 2010-11. Turner announced today that it was pulling out of bidding for the British Open and thus will be through......