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  • Tarting it up: Rhubarb adds a slash of flavor and color to spring

    If you've never indulged in rhubarb, this year you should: High in vitamins C and K (which plays an important role in bone health), and a good source of dietary fiber, it provides a pretty nutritious bang for your buck. Rhubarb also is one of nature's top...
  • Salads for the main course are a quick fix

    Main dish salads for dinner are a quick and easy option solving the dinner time dilemma. Start out with any variety of greens such as romaine, green or red leaf lettuce, arugula or spinach and top it with a hearty ingredient. Today's recipe is topped...
  • The time has come to resurrect the chocolate mousse

    The rage over 1950s and 1960s style is still going strong. Midcentury architecture is back. Midcentury furniture is back. Midcentury fashions are back. So why not some midcentury food? Ladies and gentlemen, I give you chocolate mousse. Chocolate...
  • Buy this now: Beets, with 12 recipes

    Buy this now: Beets, with 12 recipes
    Which scorned salad came first? Beet or kale? I can no longer recall. It seems that both have been with us always, though I can vividly remember¬†times when no sane person would ever admit to liking either.¬† That’s how fast food fashion changes...
  • Harlan Publick: A Buzzing Gastro Pub In SoNo

    Harlan Publick: A Buzzing Gastro Pub In SoNo
    There's a scene going on at Harlan Publick, and the vibe is lively and contemporary. This gastro pub in SoNo is ensconced in a courtyard created by the Iron Works complex, surrounded by townhouse-style residential units. Inside, beneath a ceiling of...
  • Icebox cakes get cool makeover for Mother's Day

     Icebox cakes get cool makeover for Mother's Day
    An icebox cake is totally old school. And totally perfect for Mother's Day. Why? Because when you were a kid, maybe mom or grandma helped you arrange vanilla wafers, banana slices and pudding in a pan, slathering it with whipped cream before chilling...
  • Replacing a missing cabbage (and ketchup) soup recipe

    Replacing a missing cabbage (and ketchup) soup recipe
    Q: I am looking for a cabbage soup receipt but not just any cabbage soup. Omega restaurant (Golf Road just north of Milwaukee Avenue) makes the most delicious soup but won't part with the recipe. Can you find this for me? The only clue I have is that...
  • Elizabeth David, British writer, achieved fame with well-crafted cookbooks

     Elizabeth David, British writer, achieved fame with well-crafted cookbooks
    Elizabeth David was a 20th-century writer and cookbook author who first brought the vivid flavors, colors and imagery of the Mediterranean to war-weary Britons still living with food rationing. Her writings, her recipes and her scholarship continue to...
  • Hope sprouts in a corner of Baltimore

     Hope sprouts in a corner of Baltimore
    Spring came late to Baltimore, not green this year, but red. There were flashes of anger, flashes of fire, flash floods of shouting in the streets. I stayed in and served something warm, wishing I could garnish it with something wise. In the morning, we...
  • EatingWell: Banana-Caramel Crepes with Nutella

    EatingWell: Banana-Caramel Crepes with Nutella
    Try these banana and Nutella crepes for a special brunch or luscious dessert. In this method, we fold the crepe into a square leaving a little "window" in the middle to show off what's inside. Feel free to roll or fold your crepes around your filling...
  • Seriously Simple: Potato salad two ways

    Seriously Simple: Potato salad two ways
    At a national potato salad contest I judged last summer, every entrant claimed to have the "best" recipe. After sampling more varieties than I can remember, I came to the obvious conclusion that taste is truly a matter of personal opinion. I couldn't...