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  • Easy dinner recipes: Deviled eggs three ways for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Deviled eggs three ways for Gluten-free Wednesday
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. And who doesn't love deviled eggs? Richly flavored, they're so simple to make: Halve some hard-boiled eggs and scoop out the yolks. Mash the yolks up, fold in a little sour cream or mayonnaise, a little mustard, some...
  • K&V Bake pops up with sourdough bread, ancient grain loaves

    K&V Bake pops up with sourdough bread, ancient grain loaves
    A good loaf is not too hard to find these days, especially if you live around Silver Lake or Malibu. Because several days out of the week, K&V Bake pops up in those neighborhoods with terrific toasts and beautiful batards in tow. The K here stands for...
  • Sabbath cooking a safety worry for observant Jews

    Observant Jews from the Pittsburgh area say the tragic house fire that killed seven children in New York City on Saturday has reinforced the need to use reliable kitchen equipment and smoke detectors for Sabbath use. "It definitely highlights the...
  • Rodolphe Le Meunier, a French butter rock star, visits L.A.

    Rodolphe Le Meunier, a French butter rock star, visits L.A.
    The people in the afternoon crowd at the Grand Central Market this week probably wondered who was attracting such an audience in front of the DTLA Cheese stall.  But it was no mystery to anyone who has sampled the unbelievably tasty Beurre de Baratte...
  • Video tip: Homemade harissa (and a recipe)

    Video tip: Homemade harissa (and a recipe)
    Do you love your food with a little -- or a lot -- of kick to it? If you've never tried harissa, you don't know what you're missing. Harissa is a fiery red hot sauce from North Africa. While the ingredients may vary from region to region, basic recipes...
  • Homemade Easter candy: Lehigh Valley bakers share recipes

    Homemade Easter candy: Lehigh Valley bakers share recipes
    On a recent rainy Saturday afternoon, a candy-making operation was fully underway. Stacy Sterner of Kutztown was rolling chocolate-dipped, egg-shaped, cream cheese goodness into crushed peanuts. Her daughter, Kim Hoffner of Bethlehem, was helping melt...
  • Apeiro Kitchen and Bar: Infinite best

    Apeiro Kitchen and Bar: Infinite best
      ★★★★ Given Burt Rapoport's 35 years of restaurateuring in South Florida, you might think he'd be out of ideas. His bevy of Palm Beach County restaurants includes Henry's, Bogart's, Deck 84, and Burt and Max's. They're...
  • Beard Foundation announces best-cookbook nominations

    Beard Foundation announces best-cookbook nominations
    What was your favorite cookbook of 2014? On Tuesday the James Beard Foundation announced its nominations in a dozen categories, ranging from baking and desserts to health-oriented.  Among the big names receiving nominations are South Carolina chef...
  • Brussels sprouts lighten up for spring in slaw recipe

    If it's winter, oven-roasted, even slightly charred Brussels sprouts are my jam. But as we transition to warmer weather, my thoughts turn to spring and summer slaws. Although slaw is most typically made from cabbage, just about any sturdy vegetable...
  • Impress with salmon, chickpeas, greens and capers

    While fish is a popular option for many during Lent, a lot of people are still intimidated by it, whether it's cooking fish or finding a variety of fish they like. For a hearty fish and one that stands up to many cooking methods, go for salmon. It's...
  • You asked for it: Got leftover oatmeal? Make some pancakes!

    You asked for it: Got leftover oatmeal? Make some pancakes!
    Q: I was wondering if you could help me get a recipe for oatmeal pancakes. When I was young, our large family ... had oatmeal almost every day. My grandmother would save the leftover cooked oatmeal and, on Saturday morning, make pancakes. They were...