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  • Easy dinner recipes: Keep it fast and filling using 9 ingredients or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Keep it fast and filling using 9 ingredients or less
    How's this for easy: Dinner tonight using 9 ingredients or less. And each dish comes together in 50 minutes or less. Because sometimes you want dinner simple and fast, yet still filling. We understand. Lentils with sausages: "Among a few staples that...
  • Like/Dislike with Gerardo Gonzales, chef

    Like/Dislike with Gerardo Gonzales, chef
    If you've got a taste for some zesty chicken rollatini, we know just the guy: chef Gerardo Gonzales. "Everyone in my family cooks," said Gonzales, 28. "My parents encouraged me and inspired me to become a chef." Gonzales' professional career started...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Cafe Pasqual's quinoa burger for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Cafe Pasqual's quinoa burger for Meatless Monday
    Cooking quinoa is fast, and easy, and the small grains make the perfect meat substitute when you're cooking veggie burgers.  Here's a recipe for the quinoa burger from Cafe Pasqual's in Santa Fe, N.M. The quinoa patties are made with zucchini,...
  • Salmon goes to Mexico

    Excerpted from Remaining Kosher Volume One: A Cookbook for All with a Hechsher in Their Heart. These two delectable salmon recipes will bring the bright flavors of Mexico into your home, not to mention those remarkable, storied Mexican Pickled Red Onions...
  • All Fired Up: Traveling Roadside Barbecue

    All Fired Up: Traveling Roadside Barbecue
    At 28 feet long and weighing five tons, the black steel mobile barbecue pit stops traffic. Belching a bit of smoke, the rig and its companion refrigeration truck parked along Route 154 in Deep River most Saturdays and Sundays grab the attention of...
  • Chef of the Moment: Union's Bruce Kalman, fresh in Old Town

    Chef of the Moment: Union's Bruce Kalman, fresh in Old Town
    Bruce Kalman is the executive chef of Union, the northern-Italian-meets-California-cuisine restaurant in Pasadena’s Old Town, where the local farmers market schedule is written on a prominent chalkboard in the dining room and the menu is sprinkled...
  • Cook's Corner: Easy-to-make Nutella pie is sure to take the cake

    Royal Bavarian Schnitzel Haus in Miami serves a tangy yet light German potato salad that makes a great dish to complement your summer barbecue. I've included the recipe here, so you can try it at home if you can't make it over to Schnitzel Haus' tree-...
  • Buffalo chicken legs kick up the heat in this fast recipe

    Add a tangy, cool salad topped with blue cheese dressing to balance the heat of these fiery Buffalo-style chicken legs. The heat level is up to you. The recipe calls for 1 tablespoon of tomato paste. Freeze extra for another recipe. COUNTDOWN...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Greek Pasta Salad

    An outdoor cookout or potluck is not complete without some sort of a pasta salad. It's the go-to salad that goes a long way. And it's the type of salad where just about anything goes. Use leftover chopped vegetables, lean cooked and cubed meats and...
  • Recipe Finder: Crisco Breath o' Spring cake

    Mary Beth York from Niles, Mich., was copying some old recipes a friend had collected over the years and stuck in the back of a cookbook from 1942 when she came across one called "Crisco Breath o' Spring" cake. Unfortunately, there was some damage to...
  • No-cook sauces add fresh flavors to pasta

    When the weather is hot, my enthusiasm for complicated cooking fades. I stay away from dishes that take a long time to prepare or require slow braises in the oven. I turn instead to recipes for uncooked pasta sauces where the only cooking involved is...