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  • Easy dinner recipes: Paella makes a perfect one-dish meal

    Easy dinner recipes: Paella makes a perfect one-dish meal
    Paella's always a perfect choice when you want to dazzle dinner guests but don't want to spend all your time in the kitchen. Many versions can be made ahead of time, giving you ample time to enjoy your company as well as the meal. Arroz con chorizo y...
  • Homeshed Kitchens simplifies the food chain in catering

    For Jeanette Warne, fresh local foods can make all the difference when it comes to cooking and flavorful, healthy eating. That’s why in 2012 the Ellicott City resident founded her eco-savvy catering company, Homeshed Kitchens, on food grown in and...
  • Falling for quince -- and an old friend -- once again

    Falling for quince -- and an old friend -- once again
    Cook a dish often enough and it becomes an old friend. That’s even better when it actually does come from an old friend. In cooking, familiarity breeds not contempt but comfort. You know how a recipe comes together. You’ve cooked it enough...
  • Wholesome, home-cooked meals best option for optimal health

    If you stay out of the kitchen, chances are your diet — and health — will suffer. Several studies show that dining out often is linked with higher body weight, body fat, and obesity. What's the antidote? It's easy: Think home-cooked meals...
  • Scare away the vampires with roasted garlic pizza at your Halloween party

    Scare away the vampires with roasted garlic pizza at your Halloween party
    Boo! Now that I have your attention, I'd like to talk about the kind of food people usually serve at Halloween parties. They load the table with all kinds of snack foods. And everything is just a sideshow to the cookies, cupcakes and candies that take of...
  • National Chocolate Day: Get your fix with 11 recipes for brownies, cookies, more

    National Chocolate Day: Get your fix with 11 recipes for brownies, cookies, more
    Whether you're into milk chocolate candy bars, chocolate-covered nuts or dark chocolate bark, chocolate of all varieties should be celebrated and enjoyed daily. And just so we can call our obsession with cocoa official, Tuesday is National Chocolate Day....
  • Recipe Finder | Green tomato pie

    Recipe Finder | Green tomato pie
    In the process of packing and moving, Jackie Commins of Redmond, Ore., lost her recipe for making green tomato pie. She was hoping someone could share one with her. Judith Nees of Waco, Texas, emailed me a recipe for a green tomato pie that she said...
  • Chef of the Moment: Eva Ein turns to fall flavors for McConnell's ice cream

    Chef of the Moment: Eva Ein turns to fall flavors for McConnell's ice cream
    Eva Ein is the chef behind the ice cream creations at McConnell’s Fine Ice Creams, which recently opened a location at Grand Central Market in downtown Los Angeles. She is also co-owner and chef at Le Cafe Stella and Stella Mare’s in Santa...
  • Two Sides To The Russo's Bakery Story: Exceptional Pastries And Pizza

    Two Sides To The Russo's Bakery Story: Exceptional Pastries And Pizza
    Although some bakeries keep less-than-complete hours, Russo's Bakery in Enfield is a welcome exception. Owned by Suffield residents Giovanni and Rosanna Russo, the pastry shop is open seven days a week — Mondays from noon to 8 p.m., Tuesdays and...
  • Infinity Bistro Hartford: A Destination In Its Own Right

    Infinity Bistro Hartford: A Destination In Its Own Right
    My interest was not in music when I recently headed to the Infinity Bistro Hartford on Hartford's Front Street. Although my table was just a few steps from the city's celebrated new live Infinity Music Hall, I was there to dine at its restaurant. And...
  • Honey, bees make chefs' lives sweeter

    Honey, bees make chefs' lives sweeter
    Honeybees in some parts of the country are mysteriously abandoning their hives and disappearing, but the hives on the rooftops of some Chicago-area restaurants that produce honey are thriving. Greg Fischer, the beekeeper of 40 hives at the Morton...