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  • Can bitter be beautiful?

    Can bitter be beautiful?
    Once upon a time, you may have wrinkled your nose when a plate of (pick one: Brussels sprouts, Belgian endive, mustard greens, radicchio) arrived at the table. You shunned espresso and Campari. You even steered clear of those craft beers with a bitter...
  • Lebanese recipes seasoned with stories of a Michigan life

     Lebanese recipes seasoned with stories of a Michigan life
    “Rose Water & Orange Blossoms” (Running Press, $30), the debut cookbook by Maureen Abood, evokes both her Lebanese-American heritage and her life as a cook, writer, photographer and blogger in Michigan. It is an intensely personal book, filled...
  • Illing Middle School Students Compete In Cook-Off

    Illing Middle School Students Compete In Cook-Off
    It was a race against the clock for the Illing Middle School students participating in the third annual Healthy Chef Cook-Off on May 14. Like professional chefs who might appear on TV cooking showdowns, the students raced around their kitchen...
  • Local high schoolers score big scholarships through cooking

    Local high schoolers score big scholarships through cooking
    Getting started on the road to a cooking career just got a lot easier for 28 Los Angeles-area high school students, who won more than $600,000 in scholarships this week in the annual Careers Through Culinary Arts Program competition. Among the biggest...
  • Recipe Finder | Jell-O salad makes a refreshing, retro dish

    Recipe Finder | Jell-O salad makes a refreshing, retro dish
    Ellen Rogers of Granger, Ind., was in search of the recipe for a dish that her mother used to make with orange Jell-O, shredded carrots and small pineapple bits. She cannot locate the recipe and she has been unable to re-create the same taste....
  • Manes: Owner gives us the skinny on new Crown Point restaurant and deli

     Manes: Owner gives us the skinny on new Crown Point restaurant and deli
    "I am not Jewish, but I think that America invented nothing so fine as deli food." — Mike Newell Phil Sabaitis is the sole owner of Phat Phil's, a mom-and-pop-type "dirt floor" deli and restaurant in Crown Point. The place has a bar top with...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Warm up around the grill with these dinner ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Warm up around the grill with these dinner ideas
    The weather may have been a bit chilly lately, but you can warm up around the grill fixing these dinner ideas. Whether you try one or all of these dishes tonight, these recipes from our database are sure to help keep dinner planning -- and preparation --...
  • Banoffee bonds banana cream pie and toffee

     Banoffee bonds banana cream pie and toffee
    Vacation beckons; time to pack the swimsuit and beach novel into the portmanteau. The two-part suitcase once carried cloaks, as its name suggests. Now it carries two words smashed together. Lewis Carroll, who routinely stepped through the looking glass,...
  • Healthy pasta? Not an oxymoron, Bastianich siblings' cookbook promises

     Healthy pasta? Not an oxymoron, Bastianich siblings' cookbook promises
    You're thinking through your weeknight meals, and you'd like to incorporate at least a few that resemble healthy. But you'd also like an easy, flavorful pasta you know you can whip up quickly. Are these two things compatible? A new cookbook by Joe...
  • Dining Review: All'acqua in Atwater Village is elegance across the border

    Dining Review: All'acqua in Atwater Village is elegance across the border
    Atwater Village has become the it place for food and drink lately. Just over the Glendale border, Atwater Village is worth the drive to their Sunday Farmers Market (try the Roan Mills bread and the fish tacos), to Canele (guest chefs often grace their...
  • Picnics aren't just sandwiches and chips! Think dessert, too

    When it comes to packing a picnic, the savory items are easy. Sandwiches and wraps. Potato and pasta salads. Chips and dips. It's all very transportable and all very easy to eat while perched on a blanket in the grass. But dessert can prove less obvious....