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  • Seriously Simple: Crystalized ginger gives extra punch to apple streusel cake

    Seriously Simple: Crystalized ginger gives extra punch to apple streusel cake
    As a child I looked forward to Tuesday nights when my mother had her card game at our home. A variety of coffee and teacakes sat on the buffet table along with a beautiful tray of sliced fruit. Needless to say I would gravitate toward the sweet cakes...
  • Our mood in food 2015: Tracking the arc of a trend

    Forecasting food trends is a bit more art than science. Remember the Cronut? The doughnut hybrid was born in May 2013 at a New York bakery. The birth announcement went out on Grub Street, and Web traffic soared. By January 2014, the Los Angeles Times...
  • Mock fruitcake if you will, but eat a good one and you'll probably give up the jokes

    Did you hear the joke about fruitcake? You can pick just about any one, but Johnny Carson is widely credited with administering the comic punt that haunts fruitcakes to this day: His joke was that there was only one fruitcake in the world, and it kept...
  • The Edgy Veggie: 3 new cookbooks put vegetables at the center of our plates

    We all know fresh fruits and vegetables are good for us. What we don't always know is how to prepare them. And frankly, some of you (and you know who you are) haven't wanted to learn. Naughty, naughty. That's no longer an excuse, not with three new,...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Sausage, Cheese and Herb Strata

    If you have 20 minutes to spare you can put together a breakfast casserole. All it takes is a little prep work, then assembly. Cover the casserole and refrigerate overnight and pop it in the oven in the morning. Stratas are time-savers because they are...
  • Make your own healthful lunch: 5 ideas to keep those resolutions on track

    Make your own healthful lunch: 5 ideas to keep those resolutions on track
    Making your lunch is something most of us think about doing, but we often fall short on the follow-through. If you can find the time, it's a great way to save — and keep those new year's resolutions on track. We've got five ideas for make-ahead...
  • Vietnam: Culinary tour links travelers with food, culture

    Vietnam: Culinary tour links travelers with food, culture
    Eat and drink your way through Vietnam, from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to Hanoi, on a nine-day culinary tour that focuses on connecting travelers with the culture and people of Vietnam. Organized by Access Trips, the tour includes stops at the UNESCO...
  • Mushrooms on the Super Bowl snack line? Yes, deliciously so!

    Anybody who has kids will appreciate this milestone. My daughter ate an entire mushroom for the first time the other day! I had roasted it on a baking sheet alongside other veggies, knowing she would likely skip the mushroom and dig around for the...
  • Turning bean burritos into a Super Bowl party finger food

    There is something magical about a burrito, that combination of crispy tortilla edges that turn doughy soft at the center, all concealing a delicious blend of beans and meat and melted cheese. Splash that sucker with some salsa, sour cream, perhaps a...
  • Allentown Brew Works, Weyerbacher offer brewery tours

    Allentown Brew Works, Weyerbacher offer brewery tours
    Put down your Budweisers and Miller Lights and spend a few hours getting to know one of the Lehigh Valley's — and the nation's — fastest growing industries: craft breweries. In just the first half of 2014, the craft beer industry grew almost...
  • Jimmy Bannos Jr. pushes restaurant legacy in new directions

    Jimmy Bannos Jr. pushes restaurant legacy in new directions
     In spite of its wild popularity and critical acclaim, and hence the large crowds that usually keep me out of restaurants that are wildly popular and critically acclaimed, the Purple Pig is where I was sitting one recent night awaiting the arrival of some...