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  • James Fay, who ran family-owned baking equipment company, dies at 90

    James Fay, who ran family-owned baking equipment company, dies at 90
    James Fay succeeded his father as president of the Joliet-based Champion Machinery Co. in 1962. Two decades later, the baking equipment and systems manufacturer was the first American firm to bring automated white pan bread production to mainland China....
  • Kitchen tip: Muffins 101 ... and a recipe

    Kitchen tip: Muffins 101 ... and a recipe
    Muffins were one of the first things I ever baked growing up. And as simple and approachable as they may appear, even these cute little cakes gave me some problems the first time around. But muffins -- and cupcakes -- don't have to be difficult. In fact,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Weeknight chicken stew ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Weeknight chicken stew ideas
    Sometimes, nothing beats a simple one-dish meal like stew. Check out these simple chicken stew ideas: Tuscan chicken stew: Chicken thighs are braised with white beans in a light tomato sauce, the stew finished with fresh spinach and lots of grated...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 rich risotto dishes for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 rich risotto dishes for Gluten-free Wednesday
    Looking to cut a little gluten out of your diet? Even if you haven't eliminated it entirely, it doesn't hurt to go gluten-free one day a week. And you can't go wrong with rich and creamy risotto. Check out these tempting options for gluten-free Wednesday....
  • Avocado Grill is something to share

    Avocado Grill is something to share
    ★★★½ If Avocado Grill is any indication of the future of restaurants in West Palm Beach, perhaps I should start packing. With few exceptions, eating in downtown West Palm has always been an adventure in beer, burgers and...
  • Video tip: Almond meal from scratch (and a recipe)

    Video tip: Almond meal from scratch (and a recipe)
    Almond meal can generally be found at well-stocked markets in the Los Angeles area. But occasionally I'll hear from a reader who can't seem to find it at any local stores. No worries. Almond meal (or flour) is nothing more than ground almonds. Simply...
  • Shabu-shabu at home conjures memories of Japan travel

     Shabu-shabu at home conjures memories of Japan travel
    Wanderlust runs in the family. I'm always angling for a getaway with friends and family to explore the world and to discover new foods. At home, I cook to recall our trips. A visit to see family in Japan changed our lives. Most impressive: the...
  • 'Empty Bowls' events help to fill bellies of Palm Beach residents

    What's happening: Empty Bowls Mark your calendar: Feb. 13 and Feb 14 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: Feb 13 at Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, 141 S. County Road, Palm Beach; Feb. 14 at West Palm Beach GreenMarket, 401 Clematis St., West Palm...
  • Recipe Finder | Eggplant Parmesan

    Recipe Finder | Eggplant Parmesan
    Omer Mir of Baltimore was looking for a recipe for eggplant Parmesan that was published some years ago in The Baltimore Sun. He thought it was a particularly good recipe and was hoping we might be able to track it down for him. After a search of The...
  • 'Top Chef' recap, 'Getting Prickly in Mexico'

    'Top Chef' recap, 'Getting Prickly in Mexico'
    A three-part finale? Are you kidding me? Looking back at past seasons, they’ve all lasted about 16 or 17 episodes. This season felt longer because it was Boston, where the frigid weather and overall snobbery make a month feel like a year....
  • Cajun vs. Creole: Do you know the difference?

     Cajun vs. Creole: Do you know the difference?
    Mention "Cajun" or "Creole," and you're likely to think of gumbo or any of the other iconic dishes that have put Louisiana on the culinary map: jambalaya, red beans and rice or the decadent crawfish etouffee. While these dishes tend to fall collectively...