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  • 10th anniversary edition of Ludo's 'Crave' cookbook: That fish photo, a recipe

    10th anniversary edition of Ludo's 'Crave' cookbook: That fish photo, a recipe
    Long before chef Ludo Lefebvre opened Petit Trois, Justin Timberlake's favorite bistro-as-counter, and Trois Mec, the swank restaurant disguised as a Raffallo's pizza joint, before he ran all those pop-ups, even before Bastide, he cooked at L'Orangerie...
  • Pennsylvania Farm Show

    I wrote about the Pennsylvania Farm Show today, and I noted in there that although I keep a minute-by-minute diary of my activities, I didn’t have space for it in the column. So I’ll share it here.    Just a couple of preliminaries. The Farm...
  • Cyrus Keefer to open his own restaurant in Hampden

    Cyrus Keefer to open his own restaurant in Hampden
    Cyrus Keefer, formerly the chef at Fork & Wrench and Birroteca, said he has signed a lease for the restaurant space in Hampden that is currently home to Luigi's Italian Bistro.  Keefer plans to open a 25-seat "micro restaurant" named Pique in the...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Mini Mexican Gorditas

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Mini Mexican Gorditas
    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 Mini Mexican Gorditas....
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries

    Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries
    Florida is the second largest strawberry producer in America. And Plant City is known as the “Winter Strawberry Capital of the World. The season for Florida strawberries is November through mid-March. Here are three recipes that capture the sweet-...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Good Eats at Hotel Irvine's gastro pub

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Good Eats at Hotel Irvine's gastro pub
    I remember a time when hotel restaurant food was traditional, fancy, expensive and not particularly good. But times have changed, and many hotels are serving wonderful and inventive food. I don't know exactly why things mutated, but the fact that...
  • Test Kitchen tips: Preserved lemons

    Test Kitchen tips: Preserved lemons
    Introducing preserved lemons in her classic Moroccan cookbook, "Couscous and other Good Food from Morocco," Paula Wolfert wrote: "Preserved lemons, sold loose in the souks, are one of the indispensable ingredients of Moroccan cooking, used in fragrant...
  • Easy dinner recipes: One-dish ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: One-dish ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    Love a simple one-dish dinner solution? Hash is always a great option, especially when it comes to repurposing leftovers. Simply combine potatoes with the meat of your choice and flavor as desired. It's one-pan comfort food. Autumn vegetable hash:...
  • Napa's slow season means more time to savor the place and its cabernet

    Napa's slow season means more time to savor the place and its cabernet
    There are many advantages to planning a visit to Napa Valley in the slack period between November and April, known as "cabernet season." At this time of year, the pace of life slows down considerably for winemakers, restaurateurs and locals, making the...
  • Three L.A.-area restaurants that can satisfy a craving for rice

    Three L.A.-area restaurants that can satisfy a craving for rice
    Some people are obsessed with rice. Go to their houses and you'll find electric rice cookers, small and large, maybe one of those woven bamboo cones used to steam Thai sticky rice, or a thick-sided ceramic donabe specially designed for cooking rice. I...
  • Osso buco banishes the winter blues

     Osso buco banishes the winter blues
    We braise in January to ward off the chill, to make the house smell good, to remind ourselves of everything we love about cooking. Beef stew in the slow cooker, lamb in the tagine and pork shoulder in the copper brazier. This year, we're braising veal...