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  • A Bit of Ireland In Central Connecticut

    Just as everyone was French on Jan. 7, everyone seems to be Irish on St. Patrick's Day, albeit for happier reasons. Everyone gets so behind the idea that they're unflaggingly willing to don a rather unflattering color and down rather forgettable corned...
  • Ant gin, cricket soup: Bugs crawl onto menu at Cordon Bleu

    Ant gin, cricket soup: Bugs crawl onto menu at Cordon Bleu
    Bugs in a gourmet kitchen are usually something to be squashed or swatted. But at Le Cordon Bleu, the esteemed French cooking school, chefs and food scientists spent a week simmering, sauteing and grilling insects to extract innovative flavors they say...
  • Everything you need to know about fennel, the raw and the cooked, in 12 recipes

    Everything you need to know about fennel, the raw and the cooked, in 12 recipes
    There are few vegetables that are as closely identified with Southern California’s sunny winters as fennel. In some areas, in fact, it’s almost impossible to avoid — you can even find it sprouting in sidewalk cracks. The hillsides in...
  • Review: Royal Indian in Casselberry lives up to name

    Review: Royal Indian in Casselberry lives up to name
    Royal Indian Cuisine is a humble eatery that lives up to its regal name. The plain exterior of the Casselberry restaurant gives little hint to the refined cuisine that comes from the kitchen or how the dining room is nicely appointed at dinner time....
  • New Orleans-inspired Qbar sounds the right notes

    New Orleans-inspired Qbar sounds the right notes
    ★★★ I'm not one of those restaurant critics who thinks that any chef with a French accent is automatically a genius in the kitchen. But talking to chef Laurent Tasic on the phone, I sensed that he takes just as much care with his...
  • Chicken livers can give you a rich foie gras taste on a budget

    Chicken livers can give you a rich foie gras taste on a budget
    With all the chattering about the return of foie gras to California menus, you might be tempted to think that we've become a state of liver lovers. You might think that, at least, until you set out to buy some chicken livers at the supermarket. Here's a...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Egg salad and more sandwiches in 30 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Egg salad and more sandwiches in 30 minutes or less
    When you need dinner fast, you can't beat a good sandwich. Stuff your favorite filling between two slices of bread and you're set. And because they're portable, you can grab and go on a busy weeknight. Check out these tempting recipe ideas: Egg salad...
  • Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef

    Review: At Terrine, Kris Morningstar becomes a chef's chef
    If you are fond of visiting Los Angeles restaurants in their first months, you have run into chef Kris Morningstar a lot, probably more times than you can imagine. He has cooked at Shutters and AOC, Grace, Meson G and Opaline, Casa and the weird rooftop-...
  • Robert Lowell Wishart Jr.: Culinary school fostered one of his great loves

    Robert Lowell Wishart Jr.: Culinary school fostered one of his great loves
    He had near-perfect attendance at Bidwell Culinary Arts School in Pittsburgh, Pa. At Christmas and Thanksgiving at his mother's home, heavy with the smell of turkey in the oven, Robert Lowell Wishart Jr. would prepare the spread he was known for: mashed...
  • What would Doogie eat? 16 recipes for your Oscar party

    What would Doogie eat? 16 recipes for your Oscar party
    It’s Hollywood’s biggest night. How are you celebrating? You may not be planning a walk down the red carpet, at least this year, but whether you’re hosting a formal Oscar party for friends or simply hoping to catch the festivities in...
  • Kitchen time with grandchildren a joy

    Kitchen time with grandchildren a joy
    Cooking has always been a joy in Carolyn Schmidt's life. But in recent years, time in the kitchen has taken on new meaning as her grandchildren join her. With 13 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, she has plenty of kitchen assistants. "A few...