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  • Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes

    Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes
    A home-cooked holiday meal means something different for every family. We all have our favorites, from the stuffing only Mom makes the right way to green beans with onion straws that must come from a can. Here, five local chefs share recipes for the foods...
  • No good bagels in L.A.? Think again -- here are 7 great ones

    No good bagels in L.A.? Think again -- here are 7 great ones
    It’s not easy to get a great bagel in Southern California. It's easy enough to get a bagel, but too many of them are just bread in another shape, by another name. But it’s not impossible. There are a handful of shops that turn out solid,...
  • Bryan Podgorski brings beets and Thomas Keller's influence to Tanzy

    Bryan Podgorski brings beets and Thomas Keller's influence to Tanzy
    Bryan Podgorski is the chef at Tanzy, a new Italian restaurant in Westwood with outlets in Scottsdale, Ariz., and Boca Raton, Fla. He started his culinary career by making pasta at a small restaurant in Northern California more than two decades ago. After...
  • Decadent Dogs And Bespoke Burgers At Riley's

    Decadent Dogs And Bespoke Burgers At Riley's
    You wouldn't know it from its attractively painted brick exterior, polished tabletops and lustrous tin ceiling, but the new Riley's Hot Dog & Burger Gourmet got its start as a humble hot dog cart on New Britain's South Street. In 2010, Rick Charamut...
  • Thanksgiving video tips: 'Deglazing' 101 and a recipe for turkey gravy

    Thanksgiving video tips: 'Deglazing' 101 and a recipe for turkey gravy
    When meats or vegetables are sautéed, seared or roasted, they leave behind browned bits stuck to the bottom of the pan. These browned bits can contain an amazing amount of flavor, and are often used to enhance the flavoring of the dish being cooked (say,...
  • Eggnog cookie mimics the holiday drink

    Eggnog cookie mimics the holiday drink
    Holiday cookie baking is most often a family affair. So it is was with Rich Ptack and his daughter Sarah of Elwood Park, who visited the Chicago Tribune test kitchen in 2012 for Good Eating's cookie making class. When the father-and-daughter bakers...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday
    Craving something comforting? You can't go wrong with a rich gratin, dressing or tortino -- not to mention that they're perfect for Meatless Monday. Check out these ideas: Polenta gratin with mushrooms and Fontina: Cook polenta the easy way using this...
  • Denver pot bakery puts the high into haute cuisine

    It was midafternoon and a disciplined team of chefs began rolling out the day's offerings — four kinds of baklava, oatmeal butterscotch cookies and a toothsome Parisian macaroon. There wasn't a pot brownie in sight, and the mere mention of it...
  • Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Pumpkin seed stuffing with chorizo

    Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Pumpkin seed stuffing with chorizo
    Pumpkin shows up on the Thanksgiving table in so many guises. But have you ever thought about using the seeds? Try adding the toasted seeds to stuffing, another staple of the Thanksgiving meal. Combine the seeds with toasted cubes of corn bread, sauteed...
  • 14 interesting soups to warm you up this winter

    As the temperatures plunge, find warmth in the comforting slurp of a good soup. Emphasis on good. Here are some of our best soup recipes, to not only warm you up but give your taste buds a buzz on a bitter day. SQUASH MAPLE BISQUE If you want to...
  • A turkey worth gobbling

    It would be so cool, if only it were true. According to the National Turkey Federation, the very first meal eaten by the first men on the moon, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, was foil packets of roast turkey with all the trimmings. How wonderfully...