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  • 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....
  • Rustica Ristorante, Chester

    Rustica Ristorante, Chester
    In the cozy Chester space that briefly housed Trapiche, and Lupo before that, Rustica Ristorante has sprung forth like a perfectly formed forest mushroom from soft loamy soil. Nourishing Rustica's growth has been the coming together of two experienced...
  • Playwright Irish Pub, Hamden

    Playwright Irish Pub, Hamden
    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...
  • For St. Augustine cuisine, the little devil is in the datils

    For St. Augustine cuisine, the little devil is in the datils
    Should you want to remain incognito as a tourist in the nation's oldest city, there's a simple pronunciation worth mastering: "datil." The datil is a pepper grown in and around St. Augustine, and locals claim it proudly, both at home and on restaurant...
  • The Kitchn: Eggs en Cocotte is a simple dish

    The Kitchn: Eggs en Cocotte is a simple dish
    TheKitchn.com Cooking baked eggs (also called eggs en cocotte or shirred eggs) is a pretty darn straightforward process. There aren't many tricks or secrets here, which is handy when you're groggy first thing in the morning. I like to cook them in a hot...
  • You asked for it: Pudding and a pint from Kingshead Pub

    You asked for it: Pudding and a pint from Kingshead Pub
    Q: Could you please get the recipe for Sticky toffee pudding from Kingshead Pub in Sunrise? It is the most wonderful dessert I have ever had. Sometimes I skip having a meal and just have the Sticky toffee pudding and a pint. — Sandy Kinzel,...
  • Reader seeks 1970s recipe for oatmeal whole wheat bread

    Reader seeks 1970s recipe for oatmeal whole wheat bread
    Q: Sometime between 1970 and 1975; the Trib published a wonderful bread recipe for an oatmeal whole wheat bread that included honey and dry milk. My memory tells me it was the tastiest bread I've ever made. I took the recipe with me when we moved overseas...
  • 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-...
  • Recipe Finder: Nutritious cream of broccoli soup

    Recipe Finder: Nutritious cream of broccoli soup
    Becky Holborn of Castle Rock, Wash., was in search of the recipe for the cream of broccoli soup from the Spaghetti Works & Deli in Longview, Wash. She said the original owner, Dolores Rasmussen, was very hands-on and oversaw all the wonderful home-style...
  • The Kitchn: Braised short ribs cooked multiple ways

    TheKitchn.com Short ribs are the quintessential caveman cut, straight out of Fred Flinstone's larder, with their hunks of rich meat on the bone, looking primal and carnivore-ready. They're a rich winter meal, too, easy and forgiving to cook under their...