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  • Test Kitchen bonus: How to take the tailgate up a notch with wine

    Test Kitchen bonus: How to take the tailgate up a notch with wine
    Here's a trio of recipes that are sure to enhance your tailgate or fall party menus. The Roasted Butternut Squash & Goat Cheese Dip and Caramelized Onion Dip use easy-to-find ingredients and a splash of wine. Serve both with your favorite chips and...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Marinara Brats and Peppers

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Marinara Brats and Peppers
    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 Marinara Brats & Peppers....
  • The Kitchn: Pork Belly Lettuce Wraps

    The Kitchn: Pork Belly Lettuce Wraps
    TheKitchn.com A trip to the Korean market is always fun when I'm getting ready to entertain or simply preparing a weeknight meal. We love Korean food at our house, and pork belly lettuce wraps are always a fun and active way to serve delicious, flavorful...
  • EatingWell: Italian Mussels and Pasta

    EatingWell: Italian Mussels and Pasta
    This combination of mussels with plenty of garlic, parsley, saffron and white wine was inspired by the Venetian soup zuppa di peoci, which is usually ladled over sliced crusty bread. Here we serve it over pasta. For a more elegant presentation you can...
  • Mario Batali: Pennette with Swiss Chard Ragu

    Mario Batali: Pennette with Swiss Chard Ragu
    After 18 years of raising hungry boys in my kitchen, I seldom have leftovers when pasta water and butter are paired as the base of a sauce. Every plate is licked clean and I barely have to put any elbow grease into the dirty dish aftermath. My Pennette...
  • West Palm Beach restaurant recommendations

    West Palm Beach restaurant recommendations
    City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill   700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach, CityPlace, 561-366-0071, CityCellarWPB.com   In the sea of chains that is CityPlace, the West Palm Beach-based Big Time Restaurant Group’s spot is the best choice for sit-...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Cool off with great gazpacho ideas for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Cool off with great gazpacho ideas for Gluten-free Wednesday
    Gluten-free gazpacho? Sure, classic gazpacho is built around soaked bread, but you won't miss it with these rich takes on the refreshing cold soup. From spicy cucumber to Thomas Keller's refreshing vegetable, to a reader favorite from Urth Cafe, these no-...
  • Food Network in Concert chefs name their favorite musicians

    Food Network in Concert chefs name their favorite musicians
    Are you ready to gorge? I can’t hear you, Chicago. I said, ARE YOU READY TO GORGE? Food Network Magazine’s first annual Food Network in Concert takes place Saturday at Ravinia in Highland Park and will not only treat guests to music from...
  • Breakfast with Ina: Whisk, Fuel, Cafe Selmarie

    Breakfast with Ina: Whisk, Fuel, Cafe Selmarie
    Last year, Ina Pinkney closed her namesake restaurant, Ina's, in the West Loop after 33 years in business. She is now enjoying dining out for breakfast and highlighting places people might not know about in their neighborhoods, traveling around Chicago...
  • Start a healthy Jewish New Year's trend with light, flavorful sea bass fillets

    Over the years, I've shared through this column, and also personally with my friends, many main-course recipes for Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Most of these have featured meats like beef brisket or short ribs, in preparations reflecting the...
  • Survival 101

    Survival 101
    Sometime before midnight in the absolute blackness of the Vermont forest, my fellow survival campers and I snuffed out the fire we had built (OK, they had built) to kill time and energy before the inevitable, and edged toward the survival shelters we...