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  • Choose the best zucchini for the job, and 12 recipes for using them

    Choose the best zucchini for the job, and 12 recipes for using them
    Did the zucchini originate in Los Angeles? Don’t laugh, as far as the United States is concerned, it might well have. Zucchini today are so familiar that it’s easy to assume they’ve been around forever. But that’s not so. In...
  • Hamilton Kitchen adds to Allentown's tasty turnaround

    Federal Grill, Johnny Manana's, Made in Brazil and Sangria are just a few of the restaurants that have come and gone in downtown Allentown in recent years. But with a minor league hockey arena, office buildings, shops and apartments in the works, many...
  • Pirch: Would you like a shower with that oven?

    Pirch: Would you like a shower with that oven?
    There are appliance stores. And then there is Pirch, where at its new showroom in Oakbrook Center you can sidle up to a cafe for a free cappuccino, enjoy the smells and samples that chefs cook up in working kitchens, or reserve a time to take a shower...
  • Vending machines going gourmet for upscale customers

    Vending machines going gourmet for upscale customers
    At Hollywood & Highland Center, mere steps from Hollywood Boulevard's souvenir-hawking dives, tourists can drop up to $1,000 on fine caviar. But they aren't pampered with white-glove service. Tins of the delicacy are dispensed at the tap of a button...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Apricots get their due in sweet, savory recipes

    Apricots get their due in sweet, savory recipes
    Being an apricot is the pits. All summer long, those other stone fruit — the peaches, plums and cherries — get the spotlight. People line up for them at farmers markets. They stock their picnic baskets with them and hold them in esteem at...