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  • Family business draws crowds for 'perfect burger'

    As he has every morning in Pittsburgh for 15 years, Dominic Piccola walks across Liberty Avenue from his home to Tessaro's, where he turns about 300 pounds of meat into ground beef for burgers. Passing the checkered barroom floor and the kitchen, the 62-...
  • 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 —...
  • NEPS opens culinary center

    Staff members from Northeast Placement Services were busy preparing for a ribbon cutting on Aug. 7. Executive Director Tim Kettle had carved a rose into a watermelon that held a huge fruit salad. Day Programs Director Cheryl Fogg poured orange juice...
  • The Edgy Veggie: Good-tasting vegan 'cheese' is no longer a dream

    "Many's the night I have dreamed of cheese toasted mostly and woke up again and here I were," says the cheeseless, shipwrecked Ben Gunn in the children's classic "Treasure Island." Many's the vegan who's echoed his sentiments. Until now. Luscious,...
  • 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...
  • Two desserts baked into one

    Two desserts baked into one
    Q. I had lunch last week at Madisons in Boca Raton with my girlfriend. We split the Crème Brulee Cheesecake for dessert. It was so good, I wish I would have ordered my own. She promised to make it for me if I could get the recipe. I'm hoping you can...
  • Florida travel calendar for August

    Florida travel calendar for August
    Check out festivals and events in August across the state. View events this coming weekend, or view the whole month's offerings by region below. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (Including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford,...
  • Tete Charcuterie: A new cuisine born of old ideas

    Tete Charcuterie: A new cuisine born of old ideas
    Tete Charcuterie, as the name suggests, is the four-month-old West Loop restaurant that specializes in grinding meats and reassembling them into tubular/loaf form. From this kitchen comes two of my favorite dishes I've tasted all year, but both take a...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Keep cool with 3 gazpacho ideas for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Keep cool with 3 gazpacho ideas for Gluten-free Wednesday
    Gluten-free gazpacho? Sure, classic gazpacho is built around soaked bread, but you won't miss it with these rich takes on the refreshing cold soup. From spicy cucumber to Thomas Keller's refreshing vegetable, to a reader favorite from Urth Cafe, these no-...