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  • Scrambled eggs, Turkish style

     Scrambled eggs, Turkish style
    It must have been the Turks who discovered that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. On a recent visit to Turkey, I reveled in the morning repast. At every hotel and inn we enjoyed a feast of delicious offerings. The breads alone took my...
  • 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....
  • 100 cooking classes in Chicago area

    100 cooking classes in Chicago area
    Cooking schools and classes are listed in alphabetical order by category; general classes are listed by geographic area. Fees are listed when given. Inclusion does not imply endorsement by the Tribune. NEW signifies that this is the first time the class...
  • 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...
  • Dairy made easy

    Do you love cheese? Delight in pasta? Do you like creamy desserts? Are you looking for new, original, and creative dairy recipes? Here's the cookbook that will take your dairy life to a whole new level! Invite Leah Schapira and Victoria Dwek —...
  • Wine, beer and spirit tasting

    ASHFORD - The Friends of Babcock Library will be holding their fifteenth annual wine, beer, and spirit tasting on Saturday, Sept. 13, 3-5 p.m. at Eastern Connecticut State University's Church Farm Center for Arts and Sciences, 396 Mansfield Road (Route...
  • Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners

    Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners
    Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners. Sunny Nelson, owner of Shakers Cafe in College Park near downtown Orlando, sold her restaurant last week. The new owners plan to keep the eatery much the same so the sale may not seem obvious to those...
  • How to choose the ripest, sweetest summer tomatoes, with 12 recipes

    How to choose the ripest, sweetest summer tomatoes, with 12 recipes
    Gather 'round children and let me tell you a story of the olden days, back when the only tomatoes anyone but adventurous gardeners could find were round and red. We used to think that if only we could get a wider variety of tomatoes – preferably the...
  • Billy Fallen bakes Billy Bread for shops and restaurants

    Billy Fallen bakes Billy Bread for shops and restaurants
    Billy Fallen sinks his hands into the large mound of dough that's been plopped onto the wooden table in front of him. He squishes and squeezes the spongy mass, cutting off hunks, weighing them and shaping them into round loaves. Some of the rounds are...
  • On the prowl for the best food — and mezcal — in Oaxaca, Mexico

    On the prowl for the best food — and mezcal — in Oaxaca, Mexico
    This city is obsessed with food. And it also happens to have some of the best eating in all of Mexico. Everywhere you go, something tempts. You find yourself darting like a hummingbird from tender sweet buns with a bowl of hot chocolate (order it with...
  • Chilled artichoke halves with two sauces

     Chilled artichoke halves with two sauces
    Did you know that the artichokes we eat are actually the plant's flower bud? I love artichokes. I have steamed, simmered, baked and grilled them. In the summer months there is nothing more delightful than a simple cooked artichoke where I can peel away...