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  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Walnut Oat-Crusted Halibut

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Walnut Oat-Crusted Halibut
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Walnut Oat-Crusted Halibut...
  • Move grilled sandwiches indoors on the hottest summer days

    Move grilled sandwiches indoors on the hottest summer days
    Just like that, summer's heat can go from hot to too darn hot. The time of year we're now entering is known as the "dog days," a name that originated with the ancient Romans, paying tribute to Sirius, the "dog star," which shines brightly at this time...
  • Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners

    Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners
    Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners. Sunny Nelson, owner of Shakers Cafe in College Park near downtown Orlando, sold her restaurant last week. The new owners plan to keep the eatery much the same so the sale may not seem obvious to those...
  • Fear not the homemade pie crust!

    Fear not the homemade pie crust!
    TheKitchn.com I am very worried, friends -- worried that the fear of pie crusts may be keeping a great many of you from making your own pies at home. Is this true? Does this sound like you? Do debates over butter vs. lard or tender vs. flaky make you...
  • Sweet Corn and Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppers

    Sweet Corn and Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppers
    TheKitchn.com When it comes to grilling, I'll try anything. I love grilled beets, polenta and cheeses such as halloumi, along with the more conventional range of vegetables. The options for vegetarian grilling are endless. These stuffed peppers combine...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes to make the most of Florida's scallop season

    Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes to make the most of Florida's scallop season
    Florida's scallop season is in full swing. Today I've gathered a few recipes from the test kitchen files that take full advantage of the fresh shellfish. Scallops can be roasted, sauteed, poached or grilled. In a saute pan, scallops can overcook in a...
  • Chilled artichoke halves with two sauces

     Chilled artichoke halves with two sauces
    Did you know that the artichokes we eat are actually the plant's flower bud? I love artichokes. I have steamed, simmered, baked and grilled them. In the summer months there is nothing more delightful than a simple cooked artichoke where I can peel away...
  • Test Kitchen video tip: Keep cool with simple gelato tips and recipes

    Test Kitchen video tip: Keep cool with simple gelato tips and recipes
    Sometimes, nothing beats the summer heat better than a bowl of cold, creamy gelato. Italian for "ice cream," gelato is almost like standard ice cream, but because it doesn't contain as much air, has a more dense and creamy texture. Best of all? It's...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 no-cook salads and soups to beat the summer heat

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 no-cook salads and soups to beat the summer heat
    Beat the heat tonight and keep your kitchen cool with these refreshing dinner ideas: Crab salad with cucumber: Fresh chunks of crabmeat are tossed with a bright lemon vinaigrette, then layered with very thinly sliced cucumber on a plate. It's a...
  • The magic of vinegar can brighten, balance and sharpen your food

    The magic of vinegar can brighten, balance and sharpen your food
    You've been using vinegar to dress salads, put up pickles and, yes, even clean a few things around the kitchen. Keep it up. But also consider that vinegar — cider, wine, sherry, balsamic, distilled — can be as important to a cook as salt and...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Shaped Macaroni Salad

    Here's a twist on making a macaroni salad. Forget the bowl and dig out a Bundt pan or ring mold. Make the salad and press it into the mold. Refrigerate the salad overnight so it holds together. When ready to serve invert it onto a platter. If you're...