RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Cooking

A collection of news and information related to Cooking published by this site and its partners.

Top Cooking Articles

Displaying items 111-121
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Successful recipe to help at-risk girls

    Successful recipe to help at-risk girls
    They had only an hour to come up with a tasting for 200 people using only certain items and the special ingredient, cranberries. Chefs from five local restaurants faced this during the fourth annual Chefs for PACE Cook-Off at Hugh's Culinary in...
  • A positive path from jail into the kitchen

    A positive path from jail into the kitchen
    Slowly but surely the U.S. economy is generating jobs again, which could be great news for Remicko George and his lemon poppy-seed muffins. He's got a dream of one day working in a big, professional kitchen like the one at Chicago's Hyatt Regency Hotel....
  • Soup's on: One-pot dinners to get you through life's storms

    Soup's on: One-pot dinners to get you through life's storms
    We’re heading into a rainy, cool weekend — and, hopefully, beyond. That can only mean one thing: soup dinners. There are few things as comforting when the weather — or life in general — turns nasty. A pot of soup on the stove,...
  • The Kitchn: Pull-Apart Cheese Bread gets the party started

    The Kitchn: Pull-Apart Cheese Bread gets the party started
    TheKitchn.com This right here -- this cheese-stuffed loaf -- is how you guarantee that any party you throw will be a smashing success. Cheese and bread are already a first-rate combination, of course, but this particular delivery method is just...
  • 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...
  • The Cowfish, Universal CityWalk's newest restaurant, officially opens today

     The Cowfish, Universal CityWalk's newest restaurant, officially opens today
    Universal CityWalk’s newest restaurant, The Cowfish, officially opens today, Dec. 10. The debut marks a yearlong expansion of Universal Orlando’s entertainment complex. The Cowfish was first established in North Carolina and features...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Grilled Steaks with Sunset Salad

     Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Grilled Steaks with Sunset Salad
    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 Grilled Southwest Steaks with...
  • How to make vegetable stock — and why you should

     How to make vegetable stock — and why you should
    Folks, when the final cattle call comes for that great big roundup in the sky, it's conceivable that your passage through the gates of pearl will be entirely dependent on your ability to make a good vegetable stock. And, if that is indeed the case, you're...
  • Test Kitchen Bonus: Potato cakes are essence of comfort food during Hanukkah

    Test Kitchen Bonus: Potato cakes are essence of comfort food during Hanukkah
    The crisp tendril edges of a perfectly cooked latke give way to a softer, savory center with the very first bite. These pan-fried potato cakes are the essence of comfort food when Hanukkah begins at sundown Dec. 16. Tips for cooks The oil: Latkes...