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  • Doubling up: Fried shallots and shallot oil

    Doubling up: Fried shallots and shallot oil
    Fess up: When was the last time you used a shallot? Ever? Well, unless you're Asian or French, or just particularly adventurous or well-versed in the kitchen, you may not have used them at all. If that's the case, you're not alone. Shallots have never...
  • Dining scene: From waffles stuffed with lobster to chicken pomegranate stew

    Dining scene: From waffles stuffed with lobster to chicken pomegranate stew
    The Brass Tap 950 N. Congress Ave., Suite J100, Boynton Beach, 561-413-3782, BrassTapBeerbar.com Michael Gilbert and his wife, Stephanie, have opened a branch of this Tampa-based craft beer and wine bar in the former Shane's Rib Shack in Boynton...
  • Lessons from a cooking class junkie

    Lessons from a cooking class junkie
    Downsizing a home has its rewards and drawbacks. Selling a condo and quitting a job paved way for overseas adventures. Upon my return, I opted for a studio with a view and surrendered square footage, counter space and a dining room table. Cookware...
  • Recipe Finder | Apricot-pineapple jam

    Madeline Johnson from Kelso, Wash., was looking for a recipe for making apricot-pineapple jam. She said she used to make it years ago, but she has been unable to locate the recipe. She said she is in her mid-80s but still likes to can and freeze. Her...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Fun Meatless Monday ideas for cheese lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Fun Meatless Monday ideas for cheese lovers
    It's Meatless Monday. Craving something extra-cheesy? Have we got fun ideas for you. Tagliolini al limone: We loved the wonderful simplicity of this dish: Fresh basil and a touch of lemon are infused with a little heavy cream, which is cooked down...
  • Test Kitchen video tip: Homemade harissa

    Test Kitchen video tip: Homemade harissa
    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...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Great lentil, quinoa and rice salads in under an hour

    Easy dinner recipes: Great lentil, quinoa and rice salads in under an hour
    Love a hearty salad? From lentil, to quinoa and cool rice, these rich salad options come together quickly. Best of all? They can be made ahead of time, the flavors improving as the salad has a chance to sit. Quinoa and kale salad: Dark green julienned...
  • Food-centric film 'The Hundred-Foot Journey' promotes French haute cuisine

    After a recent screening of "The Hundred-Foot Journey," a moviegoer turned to me and asked if I had ever tasted sea urchin. The prickly purple pincushion plays a pivotal role in this elaborate and engaging food tale. The roe, or the inner belly, is...
  • Easy (after) dinner recipes: Three sweet desserts for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy (after) dinner recipes: Three sweet desserts for Gluten-free Wednesday
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. Keep it sweet this evening with three tempting after-dinner treats: 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....
  • Cook's Corner: Be scone-savvy; start with cold butter

    Q: In 1966 I emigrated from England. I remained in Miami until retiring a few years ago and moving up to the Gainesville, Fla., area. One of the things that I have struggled with over the years is trying to make scones. I have tried numerous recipes, but...
  • Fair food: All calories? All fat? Yes, please!

    Is there anything more American than the state fair? Small-town pride. Prize-winning bulls. Proud children showing off their favorite ponies and sheep. State fairs are so American, they even have a contest for the best apple pie. Some of us go for the...