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  • The silken beauty of summer eggplant, with 12 recipes

    The silken beauty of summer eggplant, with 12 recipes
    There are so many rumors about eggplant, and almost none of them are true. You’ll find even knowledgeable cooks telling you that you need to select female eggplants because the males are bitter. They’ll tell you to check whether the flower...
  • NEPS opens culinary center

    Staff members from Northeast Placement Services were busy preparing for a ribbon cutting on Aug. 7. Executive Director Tim Kettle had carved a rose into a watermelon that held a huge fruit salad. Day Programs Director Cheryl Fogg poured orange juice...
  • The Edgy Veggie: Good-tasting vegan 'cheese' is no longer a dream

    "Many's the night I have dreamed of cheese toasted mostly and woke up again and here I were," says the cheeseless, shipwrecked Ben Gunn in the children's classic "Treasure Island." Many's the vegan who's echoed his sentiments. Until now. Luscious,...
  • Cook's Corner: Be scone-savvy; start with cold butter

    Q: In 1966 I emigrated from England. I remained in Miami until retiring a few years ago and moving up to the Gainesville, Fla., area. One of the things that I have struggled with over the years is trying to make scones. I have tried numerous recipes, but...
  • Fair food: All calories? All fat? Yes, please!

    Is there anything more American than the state fair? Small-town pride. Prize-winning bulls. Proud children showing off their favorite ponies and sheep. State fairs are so American, they even have a contest for the best apple pie. Some of us go for the...
  • A foray into dried foods

    I borrowed a friend's food dehydrator earlier this summer and spent a week drying all kinds of fruit. I dried peaches, mangoes, figs, apples, bananas, apricots and nectarines. I even made my own blueberry fruit leather (aka homemade Fruit Roll-Ups). One...
  • Add kimchi to give tacos an Asian twist

    Editor's note: This recipe was originally published in 2011. You're no doubt familiar with the many authentic Mexican-style tacos available at local taquerias, including al pastor (layers of adobo-marinated meat), al carbon (grilled meats), de guisados...
  • In Hinduism's ayurveda cooking, food heals

    DALLAS "Food is medicine," says Sapna Punjabi-Gupta, as she squeezes half a lime into a glass pitcher. She's making fresh limeade in her home kitchen in Irving, Tex. To the two squeezed limes, she adds about four cups of water and her own spice blend:...
  • Just Desserts: Chocolate Cheesecake Bars a tasty way to feed a crowd

    If you need a dessert to feed a crowd, here's one to try. These Chocolate Cheesecake Bars require mainly pantry ingredients and are simple to put together. When making them, be sure to plan on the chilling time. They need to chill at least four hours in...
  • Course Source: Griffith Park, Nicklaus North

    The Sports Xchange By Tom LaMarre, The Sports Xchange Course Source: Griffith Park, Nicklaus North IN THE PUBLIC EYE: Griffith Park Golf Course, Harding and Wilson courses, in Los Angeles THE LAYOUT: George C. Thomas, one of the greatest American...
  • Along route north, shelter operators heed calling to aid desperate migrants

    ARRIAGA, Mexico He's not in it for money or self-gratification. He does it for migrants who have no voice, who are afraid to stand out in a country that's not their own. He has dedicated his life to helping secure theirs. Carlos Solis eats, sleeps and...