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  • Super Bowl party time: Tacos, a pig roast, beer pong, Suzanne Goin's chicken wings

    Super Bowl party time: Tacos, a pig roast, beer pong, Suzanne Goin's chicken wings
    If you're not entirely sure what you're doing on the afternoon of Sunday, Feb. 1, you probably need to start watching ESPN. It's the Super Bowl, and even if you're not a fan of either the Seattle Seahawks or the New England Patriots, you may like the...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Wine and friendly neighborhood ambiance at Bacchus

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Wine and friendly neighborhood ambiance at Bacchus
    I think Bacchus Bar & Bistro is the kind of place we would all like to have in our neighborhood: casual and friendly with good food and live music at a reasonable decibel. It is located in the Quail Hill Village Center and has indoor and outdoor dining....
  • Test Kitchen Bonus: Muffin Pan Meat Loaf

    Test Kitchen Bonus: Muffin Pan Meat Loaf
    Make delicious meat loaves in a muffin tin for built-in portion control. Choose 95 percent lean ground beef and season with a salt-free garlic and herb seasoning and oregano. Let your guests customize the individual loaves with toppings, such as salsa,...
  • 8 area cocktails to keep you warm this winter

    8 area cocktails to keep you warm this winter
    Keep the long johns, space heaters and any other way to stay warm in the winter. For our money, a finely made cocktail is the most effective — or at least the most fun way to thaw our minds and bodies. Whether it is a steaming hot cider, a smoke-...
  • Test Kitchen tip: Peppercorns 101 (and a recipe)

    Test Kitchen tip: Peppercorns 101 (and a recipe)
    Sure, it's a common table spice now, but did you know that pepper was once extremely expensive? It was of the most valued items during the time of the spice trade. Peppercorns come in a variety of colors, and each spices and flavors food in its own way:...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three sweet gluten-free dessert ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Three sweet gluten-free dessert ideas
    It's gluten-free Wednesday. Keep it sweet with carrot cake, rice pudding and wedding cookie ideas. Carrot cake with ginger frosting: You'll never miss the gluten in this rich and flavorful carrot cake from Gluten-Free Girl, a.k.a. Shauna James Ahern....
  • Stir-fry lean beef and winter fruit for a light, bright main dish

    Stir-fry lean beef and winter fruit for a light, bright main dish
    As all the fun and excitement of the holiday season begins to fade, January can seem like a bleak month. Not only can the cold weather and long, dark nights make you feel like you're under siege, but the challenges of sticking to tough New Year's...
  • Chicken mole comes together quickly thanks to jarred paste

     Chicken mole comes together quickly thanks to jarred paste
    Most of us have kitchen cupboards stocked with obscure jars or cans of this and that, items that speed preparation of our particular favorite dishes. For me, one constant is a jar of mole paste. Though I've enjoyed many delicious, complex from-scratch...
  • '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...
  • McCormick enlists experts across the globe to influence your next meal

    McCormick enlists experts across the globe to influence your next meal
    The world of flavor seems fickle sometimes. One minute, everyone's talking about chipotle. The next, they've moved on to sriracha. This year, according to Hunt Valley-based McCormick & Company, it'll be Japanese and Middle Eastern spices setting everyone'...
  • Recipe Finder | Osso buco not as intimidating as you may think

    Recipe Finder | Osso buco not as intimidating as you may think
    Dorothy Griffith of Sparks was looking for an osso buco recipe. She enjoyed the dish while on vacation in Myrtle Beach, S.C., and was not been able to find it once she got home. Osso buco is a classic Northern Italian dish traditionally made of veal...