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  • 'Eight Chefs' Dinner at Millwright's Raises $8,000 For No Kid Hungry

    'Eight Chefs' Dinner at Millwright's Raises $8,000 For No Kid Hungry
    Anderson, Miller, Jones, Greenberg, Cavagnaro, Morton, Grant, Lizotte: These names, instantly recognizable to fans of the greater Hartford dining scene, converged upon one kitchen Tuesday to deliver a one-of-a-kind dining experience for charity. The 8...
  • Broiler-baked salmon with tomato sauce makes a quick, light and fresh summer main dish

    Broiler-baked salmon with tomato sauce makes a quick, light and fresh summer main dish
    I love to cook fish, whatever the time of year. Not only is it delicious and satisfying; but it can also be one of the healthiest forms of protein you can eat. That's especially true of fresh fish varieties that are high in heart-healthy omega-3 fatty...
  • 100 cooking classes in Chicago area

    100 cooking classes in Chicago area
    Cooking schools and classes are listed in alphabetical order by category; general classes are listed by geographic area. Fees are listed when given. Inclusion does not imply endorsement by the Tribune. NEW signifies that this is the first time the class...
  • Lessons from a cooking class junkie

    Lessons from a cooking class junkie
    Downsizing a home has its rewards and drawbacks. Selling a condo and quitting a job paved way for overseas adventures. Upon my return, I opted for a studio with a view and surrendered square footage, counter space and a dining room table. Cookware...
  • My Digital Life: Faith, Hope And Soggy Pizza

    My Digital Life: Faith, Hope And Soggy Pizza
    I used to know how things worked. Now I don't have a clue. It used to be, if I opened a book, there would be pages inside with words. Once upon a time, I knew that if I had a pad and a pen, I could write sentences and feel a sense of accomplishment....
  • Snapper with a water view

    Snapper with a water view
    Q: My husband had the Snapper at Oceans 234 for dinner last night. The fish was superb, perfectly cooked with a delicious, crunchy crust. I would love to replicate it for an upcoming dinner party. Can you please ask the chef for the recipe? —...
  • Dining scene: From waffles stuffed with lobster to chicken pomegranate stew

    Dining scene: From waffles stuffed with lobster to chicken pomegranate stew
    The Brass Tap 950 N. Congress Ave., Suite J100, Boynton Beach, 561-413-3782, BrassTapBeerbar.com Michael Gilbert and his wife, Stephanie, have opened a branch of this Tampa-based craft beer and wine bar in the former Shane's Rib Shack in Boynton...
  • Recipe Finder | Apricot-pineapple jam

    Madeline Johnson from Kelso, Wash., was looking for a recipe for making apricot-pineapple jam. She said she used to make it years ago, but she has been unable to locate the recipe. She said she is in her mid-80s but still likes to can and freeze. Her...
  • Test Kitchen video tip: Homemade harissa

    Test Kitchen video tip: Homemade harissa
    Do you love your food with a little -- or a lot -- of kick to it? If you've never tried harissa, you don't know what you're missing. Harissa is a fiery red hot sauce from North Africa. While the ingredients may vary from region to region, basic recipes...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Great lentil, quinoa and rice salads in under an hour

    Easy dinner recipes: Great lentil, quinoa and rice salads in under an hour
    Love a hearty salad? From lentil, to quinoa and cool rice, these rich salad options come together quickly. Best of all? They can be made ahead of time, the flavors improving as the salad has a chance to sit. Quinoa and kale salad: Dark green julienned...
  • Family business draws crowds for 'perfect burger'

    As he has every morning in Pittsburgh for 15 years, Dominic Piccola walks across Liberty Avenue from his home to Tessaro's, where he turns about 300 pounds of meat into ground beef for burgers. Passing the checkered barroom floor and the kitchen, the 62-...