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  • No good bagels in L.A.? Think again -- here are 7 great ones

    No good bagels in L.A.? Think again -- here are 7 great ones
    It’s not easy to get a great bagel in Southern California. It's easy enough to get a bagel, but too many of them are just bread in another shape, by another name. But it’s not impossible. There are a handful of shops that turn out solid,...
  • Bountiful budino makes a luscious Thanksgiving dessert

    Let's all give thanks to the make-ahead dessert, the savior to every time-pressed Thanksgiving cook. This year, instead of a pecan pie, a pumpkin cheesecake or an apple cake, consider this understated yet surprisingly dazzling alternative: pudding....
  • Perfect kitchenware for the Thanksgiving host

    Perfect kitchenware for the Thanksgiving host
    Thanksgiving is a day of football games, family time, float parades — and, of course, food. But if you're the host of the big feast, the day can be a hectic one. Here are five functional products to help keep peace in the kitchen. Best-dressed...
  • Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history

    Station North's Pen & Quill writes the next chapter in food history
    Pen & Quill, the newest eatery in the old Chesapeake Restaurant building just north of Baltimore’s Pennsylvania Station, feels like exactly the right restaurant, in the right place, at the right time. It’s sophisticated but casual, modern...
  • 14 interesting soups to warm you up this winter

    As the temperatures plunge, find warmth in the comforting slurp of a good soup. Emphasis on good. Here are some of our best soup recipes, to not only warm you up but give your taste buds a buzz on a bitter day. SQUASH MAPLE BISQUE If you want to...
  • Six great places in Altadena

    Six great places in Altadena
    Due north of Pasadena and pushed up against the San Gabriels, Altadena always seems farther away from Los Angeles than it actually is — maybe because of the looming mountains, or maybe because its unincorporated status gives it an outlier feel. In...
  • Eating Healthy During the Holidays

    Eating Healthy During the Holidays
    The holidays are approaching, which means lots of gatherings and celebrations centered around food.  The average person gains 1-2 pounds during the holidays, and while this might not seem like much, it adds up over the years because most people do not...
  • Eggnog cookie mimics the holiday drink

    Eggnog cookie mimics the holiday drink
    Holiday cookie baking is most often a family affair. So it is was with Rich Ptack and his daughter Sarah of Elwood Park, who visited the Chicago Tribune test kitchen in 2012 for Good Eating's cookie making class. When the father-and-daughter bakers...
  • Spatchcock cooking can be T-Day lifesaver

    Spatchcock cooking can be T-Day lifesaver
    We are one week away from the Thanksgiving Day feast. Do you know where your giblets are? This week and next we're sharing recipe and tips to help you through the first major meal of the season in fine form. In the meantime, let's dish: Speed-cook the...
  • A turkey worth gobbling

    It would be so cool, if only it were true. According to the National Turkey Federation, the very first meal eaten by the first men on the moon, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, was foil packets of roast turkey with all the trimmings. How wonderfully...
  • How to dry-brine a turkey? Here's what you need to know to get started

    How to dry-brine a turkey? Here's what you need to know to get started
    When I'm buried, I fear that my headstone will read: He Dry-Brined Turkeys. I started writing about this technique several years ago and every Thanksgiving it seems more cooks become converted. That's understandable — it's by far the easiest way...