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  • Woodstock baker inks deal with Whole Foods Market

    When Bill Beausoleil needed an English muffin recipe for a breakfast menu back in 1995, he came up with a beauty. Taking a sourdough formula and tweaking it until the dough was slack, he came up with a vegan, gluten-free recipe that has brought him a...
  • Italian cooks take visitors into their homes to show them the pasta ropes

     Italian cooks take visitors into their homes to show them the pasta ropes
    Luisa Mambelli, an empty-nester with two adult children, greets us at her mother's apartment in the Murri section of Bologna. The quiet, middle-class residential area is a short taxi ride from the historic center of the city. A large piece of plywood...
  • Cook's Corner: Plan your Super Bowl Sunday spread

    For some of us, the Super Bowl munchies menu is as crucial as who is on the field. For your gameday spread, chef Danny Elmaleh provided easy and fast recipes for mushroom flatbread and cucumber dip, which can be made in advance. He suggests a...
  • Marsala, spinach add flavor to chicken dish

    Marsala is a fortified white wine named after the town in Sicily where it is made. It does not deteriorate after opening and adds a lot of flavor to food. This recipe calls for a medium or sweet Marsala: however, if you have dry Marsala on hand, use it....
  • Don't be chicken-hearted: Take on cooking a whole bird

    Winner, winner, chicken dinner! Every home cook should know how to get the most out of a whole chicken. We're talking about the basics here, like how to roast a whole bird as well as how to deconstruct one. Why? Because chicken is a winner in so many...
  • Tangy Sesame-Coated Pork Chops recipe offers a tasty way to get more sesame into your diet

    Look for sesame seeds in the American diet and you're most likely to find them as an edible decoration sprinkled on a hamburger bun. But the tiny ivory-colored seed may actually be one of the oldest condiments and one of the most nutritious seeds known to...
  • Finding comfort in chili

    Chili is in my blood. It is part of who I am. Of all the dishes my mother made for our family, it is her chili that I remember with the most fondness. Of all the dishes served for lunch at my high school, it is the chili that I remember as most edible....
  • The new 1-pot meal: Sheet pan suppers

    Ease of preparation is a big selling point for home cooks, which explains our love of slow cooker dinners and one pot meals. Today's version of that quick and easy kitchen savior is the sheet pan supper: all the ingredients (protein, vegetables and...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Spaghettini with Italian Sausage

    If you dine out and order a pasta dish, chances are you're getting a huge serving. For those trying to watch portion sizes, that's not good news. Some entrees at popular Italian eateries can have more than day's worth of fat and sodium in one serving....
  • Cupcakes, cookies and s'more in Coplay

    Cupcakes, cookies and s'more in Coplay
    Melanie Doll may be 4 feet tall, but her dreams and determination know no limit. The Whitehall Township woman, who has dwarfism, always envisioned herself owning a business. So, over the last few years, she quit her job at a local nonprofit, took...
  • Uncovering the very hidden beauty of celery root, with 11 recipes

    Uncovering the very hidden beauty of celery root, with 11 recipes
    Slowly we’re starting to learn to appreciate vegetables my mom might have described as having “nice personalities.” You know, the ones that might not look like much, but that are really great once you get to know them. Brussels sprouts...