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  • Chef Shin Thompson joins the crowded ramen scene with Furious Spoon

    Chef Shin Thompson joins the crowded ramen scene with Furious Spoon
    Warm up with made-from-scratch ramen at Wicker Park newcomer Furious Spoon. Mini-review: Furious Spoon 1571 N. Milwaukee Ave. 773-687-8445 Rating: !!!! (out of four) Already hot Chef Shin Thompson has always seemed to be ahead of the curve. To me, his...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Asparagus Salad with Strawberries

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Asparagus Salad with Strawberries
    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 Roasted Asparagus Salad...
  • The Valley Line: Area eateries host 'Dinners from the Heart'

    The Valley Line: Area eateries host 'Dinners from the Heart'
    Here we are and it is the first week of March already. These past few days have been busy ones for many of our folk who are charity-minded. They have attended several dinners to raise funds for Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services and its many...
  • All About Food: Useful tips for peeling, popping and more

    All About Food: Useful tips for peeling, popping and more
    I am always looking for new food tips online, in books and magazines and from friends and readers. Here are some new ones that I hope you will find useful. 1. This is my favorite new tip. To get fluffy popcorn faster, with fewer unpopped kernels, soak...
  • One for the Table: Fennel and Grapefruit Salad with Wheat Berries

    One for the Table: Fennel and Grapefruit Salad with Wheat Berries
    Oneforthetable.com If it wasn't for citrus fruit, winter's selection of produce would be pretty sad and boring. Once you've had your share of squashes and root vegetables, it's time for something different. Citrus offers a welcome respite. When...
  • Marijuana quality testing going mainstream

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Cannabis used to be what moonshine is to alcohol, its content as murky as a cloud of smoke lingering over a Phish concert. Now a cadre of Bay Area laboratories can tell you exactly what you're getting for your money creating reliability,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Pasta-like vegetable ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Pasta-like vegetable ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    Many pasta options are out of the question if you're trying to pursue a gluten-free diet, but that doesn't mean you can't have fun. In addition to gluten-free pastas, vegetables and fruits can be sliced or "shaved" to mimic the traditional noodles....
  • Video tip: How to choose fresh fish -- plus, here's a recipe

    Video tip: How to choose fresh fish -- plus, here's a recipe
    Do you like to cook fish but have no idea what to look for when you buy it at the market? If you don't cook fish that often, the thought of hitting a fish market (or even cruising your local seafood aisle) when shopping for a recipe can be a bit...
  • For taste of the Middle East, try za'atar on any meat or veg

    When I was growing up in Dubai, my favorite afterschool snack was "manaeesh bi za'atar," a warm flatbread smeared with a deep green paste made of olive oil and the beloved Middle Eastern spice blend, za'atar. Rolled up with some creamy lebneh (thick...
  • What the presidents drank

     What the presidents drank
    It's more a collection of humorous essays than a cocktail book, but the newly released "Party Like a President: True Tales of Inebriation, Lechery and Mischief from the Oval Office" (Workman, $14.95), is an entertaining read. Humorist Brian Abrams ("AND...
  • A bowl of charro beans answers a hankering

     A bowl of charro beans answers a hankering
    When I was growing up, my dad often would make a big pot of beans, usually navy, flavored with ham, and offer us kids bowlfuls. He'd eat them all himself, though. We weren't eating beans. Are you kidding? Flash forward a number of decades and, of...