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  • Roast pork crowns the holiday table

     Roast pork crowns the holiday table
    Christmas dinner rotates in our family — not where we gather but what we serve. Last year, as we felt somewhat flush, prime rib starred. Two years ago, roast duck with mole poblano. I know the year goose took center stage (we also baked a ham). I...
  • Home's history gallops back to 1886 Kentucky Derby winner

    SACRAMENTO Strolling through the park-like 2-acre grounds of the gorgeous Carmichael home, a visitor walked past rose gardens, magnolia trees, towering elms, tall wisteria, recently pruned hydrangeas, leafy vines climbing up trellises and covering a...
  • Recipe Exchange: Fruitcake, apple tart

    FOUND Janet Johnson of Pennsburg sent in several Fruitcake recipes. The Holiday Fruitcake recipe is from "Crisco's Favorite Family Foods Cookbook." The Dark Fruitcake, Janice Pike's White Fruitcake, and The Italian Thyme and Fig Fruitcake recipes are...
  • Eight South Florida restaurants cited by state inspectors

    Eight South Florida restaurants cited by state inspectors
    Violations of state sanitation and safety laws recently observed by inspectors at eight South Florida restaurants prompted the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation to cite the owners and briefly suspend operations, according to the...
  • Our 10 favorite cookbooks of the season

     Our 10 favorite cookbooks of the season
    'Baking Chez Moi: Recipes from My Paris Home to Your Home Anywhere' By Dorie Greenspan Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $40 Home bakers bored with overwrought, fondant-cloistered sweets will devour the tarts, petite pastries, cakes and cookies renowned...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Quick Chicken Soup with Orzo

    Chilly weather screams for soup. This Quick Chicken Soup with Orzo is just all around easy to make and comforting. Serve with some nice crusty bread, perhaps a side salad and dinner is served. Most soups take minimal effort and can be ready in a jiffy....
  • Cook's Corner: Thanksgiving leftover ideas will tempt for weeks

    One of the greatest side benefits of the Thanksgiving feast is the bounty of leftovers. Then again, after that first post-meal sandwich, leftovers can haunt. To help, three recipes, a plan-ahead for Hanukkah and a latte to wash it down: I riffed off a...
  • Skip the food court: Chicago suburban restaurant roundup

    Skip the food court: Chicago suburban restaurant roundup
    Now that holiday shopping is in full swing, it seems like a good time to focus on a few suburban restaurants, all new and relatively new, whose proximity to major malls makes them ideal post-shopping destinations. El Tapeo Oakbrook Center actually...
  • All About Food: More wisdom from the kitchen master

    I received quite a bit of feedback on my tips column about three months ago ("All About Food: Tips from a kitchen master," Sept. 4), and since people seem to want more, I'm happy to oblige. I always pick up a few new ideas in the process. If you have...
  • Experimentation led to first-place cookie

    Experimentation led to first-place cookie
    First place: Linda DiLello, Margate The recipe: Oatmeal crisps Why they're so good: This something-for-everyone cookie includes chocolate chips, oats, Rice Krispies and coconut. Baker bio: DiLello, 55, works every afternoon as a customer service...
  • Restaurant review: American Gymkhana in Orlando

    Restaurant review: American Gymkhana in Orlando
    American Gymkhana (JIM-kah-nuh) is a new Indian restaurant with a good deal of swank and a menu that exudes sultry, sassy flavors. Located on Orlando's Restaurant Row, the space combines contemporary decor with an old-school, hunting-lodge vibe. The...