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  • Family meals matter: Fast and fresh

    Family meals matter: Fast and fresh
    The arrival of spring means warmer temperatures (at least in theory), budding trees and the desire to get outside and emerge from the winter slumber. To help keep your family energized and in the spring spirit, we’ve compiled some of our favorite...
  • And you though maple syrup was just for pancakes and waffles

    Pancakes, waffles and French toast? They're fine, but they're also just the start. Because if you're limiting maple syrup to the breakfast table, you're missing out on all sorts of excuses to add its gentle, yet distinct flavor to all manner of foods,...
  • The yeast is the least of it for St. Louis food science company

    The next time you bite into a Pizza Hut pizza, a Krispy Kreme doughnut or a slice of Companion bread, ask yourself "How did this crust get so flaky?" "How did this doughnut become so light?" "How did this bread come to be so chewy?" The answer is simple:...
  • Delectable Bundt cakes are beautiful without the fuss

    In 1950, Nordic Ware founder H. David Dalquist invented a new cake pan with a round shape, fluted sides and a hole in the middle. The Bundt pan was not a hit until 1966, when a Texas home baker won second place in a Pillsbury Bake-Off with her "Tunnel of...
  • Cook's Corner: Time to bake Easter breads and Passover (flourless) cakes

    The breads of Easter are a celebration of cultures and traditions, of roots and rituals. Some, like hot cross buns from England and babka from Poland, are well known in this country. But the special breads of Easter also include the towering fruit-...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Sweet and Sour Rotisserie Chicken

    Millions of us rely on grocery store rotisserie chickens for a quick dinner. It's easy to see why. It's easy to run in a store and grab a warm rotisserie chicken. At most grocery stores and warehouse stores, they're generally affordable. And you can't...
  • Flowers and topiaries galore at Epcot garden festival

    ORLANDO, Fla. Cleared of millions of plants that were put on display for the Epcot International Flower and Garden Festival, the greenhouses at the Walt Disney World nursery behind Animal Kingdom look like they've been looted. What's left are later-...
  • You asked for it: All that jazzy Jambalaya!

    You asked for it: All that jazzy Jambalaya!
    Q: My wife and I recently had dinner at a unique restaurant in Sunrise called All That Jazz. That night, we had a house specialty, the Jambalaya. We would love to have the recipe for this dish so we could try and make it. — Len Matejek, Tamarac A:...
  • Hebrew students get lesson in matzah-making

    Everyone knows the best food is made with your own hands, and as a group of students from Chabad's Hebrew School in Allentown can attest, it's even yummier when it comes with a taste of your history. Sunday morning, students from the Hebrew school...
  • 'A New Napa Cuisine' from Meadowood wins IACP cookbook of the year

    'A New Napa Cuisine' from Meadowood wins IACP cookbook of the year
    Christopher Kostow’s “A New Napa Cuisine,” which documents the cooking at his Michelin-starred Restaurant at Meadowood outside of St. Helena was named the best cookbook of the year Sunday by the International Assn. of Culinary...
  • Making matzah teaches kids about Passover

    Making matzah teaches kids about Passover
    Here are the ingredients for making kids care about Passover: mix history, religion and baking. Add a wacky rabbi from South Florida who wears funny hats. Invite audience participation: the flour girl, the water boy, the mad scientist. Hand kids dough,...