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  • Central Florida's best mac & cheese

    Central Florida's best mac & cheese
    We love our macaroni and cheese. The folks at the American Cheese Society say in any given 12-week period, approximately one-third of the U.S. population will eat macaroni and cheese at least once. As an American classic, we celebrate July 4 with a...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Fourth of July Whoopie Pies

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Fourth of July Whoopie Pies
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Fourth of July Red, White &...
  • Wolvesmouth's 'Cut Your Teeth': Eat with your hands, smash your plates

    Wolvesmouth's 'Cut Your Teeth': Eat with your hands, smash your plates
    When all was cooked and done, nearly 2,000 plates had been smashed to bits – flung against the wall in a far corner of a sprawling warehouse in Atwater Village where the latest incarnation of the dinner series "Cut Your Teeth," produced by...
  • Bubbling jam, crackling bread: What does good cooking sound like?

    Bubbling jam, crackling bread: What does good cooking sound like?
    Late-afternoon ponderings sometimes lead in unexpected directions. And sometimes they even pay off. Sitting at my computer Monday afternoon, writing a recipe, I started thinking about how many senses we call on when we’re in the kitchen. I came up...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Cuban-style pork shoulder in a Crockpot

    Easy dinner recipes: Cuban-style pork shoulder in a Crockpot
    The slow cooker has endured years of household neglect. Cooks tend to reject its untapped glory because of the crockpot's unsophisticated reputation, which is a real shame. Crockpots deserve some respect! It's time to brush off the dust and spiderwebs...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Local restaurants share sangria recipes for Fourth of July parties

    Test Kitchen bonus: Local restaurants share sangria recipes for Fourth of July parties
    Sangria is a liquid study in the eloquence and passion of Spanish cuisine. It makes perfect sense that a style of cookery that is marked by full-flavored foods and fresh ingredients would give birth to such a refreshing warm-weather party beverage....
  • Apricot-Plum Sauce, my summer tradition

    Apricot-Plum Sauce, my summer tradition
    I have been making this summer fruit sauce for years. It's the definition of Seriously Simple since all that is required is blending the ingredients together and simmering until done. When I see the seasons' first stone fruit in the market, I...
  • You're not being shallow, pretty food does taste better, science says

    You're not being shallow, pretty food does taste better, science says
    Some chefs spend a good amount of time in the kitchen making sure your dish looks beautiful before it reaches the table. And, according to science, it's not just about the aesthetics.  A new study by the Crossmodal Research Library at the University...
  • Pack it up! 58 great summer picnic recipes

    Pack it up! 58 great summer picnic recipes
    Why not get outside and enjoy summer? We've compiled 58 of our favorite picnic recipes, perfect whether you're planning an afternoon at the park or an evening at the Hollywood Bowl.  Getting ready for a big family gathering? Or maybe you're looking...
  • Skirt Steak Asada Tacos

    Skirt Steak Asada Tacos
    My recent travels to Mexico City reminded me how much I admire classic Mexican preparation in cooking. While I may not be able to recreate the carne asada street taco I had at La Merced Market -- the most perfect I've ever experienced -- I was inspired to...
  • Secrets to a perfect hamburger: The 'Nancy Burger' revisited

    Secrets to a perfect hamburger: The 'Nancy Burger' revisited
    Being of a relatively advanced age, I eat hamburgers only every once in a while. And I usually go out for them. But those couple times a year I cook hamburgers myself, I follow only the recipe of my ground meat guru Nancy Silverton. I know I’m not...