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

    Easy dinner recipes: Paella makes a great 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...
  • Video tip: Cleaning leeks (and a recipe)

    Video tip: Cleaning leeks (and a recipe)
    As wonderful as they may be in a recipe, leeks can often be a real pain to clean. A member of the onion family, leeks look like large scallions with a thick stalk or base. Because the white part of the base is prized in cooking, farmers mound dirt...
  • Five ways to keep toddlers and preschoolers busy

    Five ways to keep toddlers and preschoolers busy
    Toddlers and preschoolers seem to have endless amounts of energy. Tapping into their energy level can be fun and rewarding for parents and kids. Kids like to create things and see the results of their labors. If you have both a toddler and a preschooler,...
  • Test Kitchen tip: Storing chocolate ... and a recipe

    Test Kitchen tip: Storing chocolate ... and a recipe
    If you happen to have a lot of chocolate lying around (and have the self-restraint not to eat it all at once), you might want to consider how to properly store it to keep it in prime shape. Store your chocolate in a cool, dry place -- we keep ours...
  • 5 ways to dive into National Nutrition Month

    5 ways to dive into National Nutrition Month
    The 2015 Orlando Sentinel Culinary Hall of Fame has been bumped one week. March 5 you'll meet the 10 Central Floridians who have made significant contributions to how we eat, drink and dine. We began saluting these trailblazers in 2008. The story includes...
  • Baking Central: Why potato bread makes the best toast ever

    You can tut-tut all you want about the toast trend. (Yes, it's really a trend. Yes, there are restaurants that feature toast. Yes, the word "artisanal" comes up.) But be honest: You know when you've encountered a really great piece of toast, and when you...
  • Cook's Corner: Top toast with more than avocado

    Do you smash? I've become a great fan of the trending smash on toast, a great relief for tired breakfasts and brown bags. Though avocado butters have been around for a long time (we had a recipe in Cook's Corner in 1991) and the smash started trending at...
  • 10 meatless dinners to make during Lent

    These vegetarian and seafood main dishes may be meatless, but they're still hearty. Whether or not you abstain from meat, try these recipes for a satisfying winter meal. BEER BATTERED SMELT This recipe is from Zach Espinosa, executive chef at Harbor...
  • Tuna Noodle Casserole: Yay!

    I did not grow up having to eat Tuna Noodle Casserole, which may be one reason I actually like it. One of the legion of visceral TNC haters, my younger brother, Chris, recently told me, "I figure it was one of those meals that (Mom) forced us to eat,...
  • How to convert your diet to Paleo and lose weight

    Eat like a caveman. That's the thrust of the trendy Paleo style of eating. At its core, the Paleo diet is devoid of all processed foods, refined sugars and dairy. In theory, it is supposed to mirror the way Stone Age hunter-gathers ate. The diet has been...
  • For St. Augustine cuisine, the little devil is in the datils

    For St. Augustine cuisine, the little devil is in the datils
    Should you want to remain incognito as a tourist in the nation's oldest city, there's a simple pronunciation worth mastering: "datil." The datil is a pepper grown in and around St. Augustine, and locals claim it proudly, both at home and on restaurant...