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  • K&V Bake pops up with sourdough bread, ancient grain loaves

    K&V Bake pops up with sourdough bread, ancient grain loaves
    A good loaf is not too hard to find these days, especially if you live around Silver Lake or Malibu. Because several days out of the week, K&V Bake pops up in those neighborhoods with terrific toasts and beautiful batards in tow. The K here stands for...
  • Sabbath cooking a safety worry for observant Jews

    Observant Jews from the Pittsburgh area say the tragic house fire that killed seven children in New York City on Saturday has reinforced the need to use reliable kitchen equipment and smoke detectors for Sabbath use. "It definitely highlights the...
  • Chef Jose Garces and company fire up the grill at Rural Society

    Chef Jose Garces and company fire up the grill at Rural Society
    Chef Jose Garces (Mercat a la Planxa) showcases Argentine cuisine at Rural Society in Chicago's Streeterville neighborhood. Review: Rural Society 455 N. Park Drive 312-840-6605 Rating: !!! 1/2 (out of 4) Heating up In Chicago, Argentine food may bring...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Waffled Tamale Pies for International Waffle Day

    Test Kitchen bonus: Waffled Tamale Pies for International Waffle Day
    This recipe is from "Will It Waffle?" by Daniel Shumski. You can use a standard or Belgian waffle iron. Make the dough "just before you're ready to cook it," Shumski writes. The topping can be made a day or two ahead; you will have leftovers for other...
  • New Julia Child award will go to leader who influences American food

    New Julia Child award will go to leader who influences American food
    James Beard doesn’t get to give out all the awards. Not anymore. The Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts is launching a new award to honor a culinary leader. The first annual Julia Child Award, as described by the...
  • Foraging for Flavor: Farmers markets cropping up around the area

    With the arrival of spring, area farmers markets are gearing up for the start of their season. The new Crofton Farmers Market is shaping up to be one of Anne Arundel County's largest with 42 confirmed vendors and a KidZone. Located in the parking...
  • EatingWell: These cooking habits could be sabotaging your diet

    One sure way to keep your weight in check is to ditch the takeout menu and cook at home instead. In your own kitchen you can control the menu and hence the calories. But it's not a flawless plan. When you cook at home--and especially if you're...
  • Kitchen spring cleaning 101: From the spice rack to the freezer

    Kitchen spring cleaning 101: From the spice rack to the freezer
    If you want to be able to treat yourself to easy weeknight meals and treats such as Cinnamon Caramel Swirl Bars, keeping the kitchen in tip-top shape is key. A clean, organized kitchen is an efficient kitchen. And it starts with spring cleaning. From...
  • Some alternatives to a missing brownie recipe

    Some alternatives to a missing brownie recipe
    Q: Several or many years ago I cut out a recipe in the Chicago Tribune for brownies. These were the best brownies ever. After putting the dough in the pan you put in a jar of marshmallow creme. I cannot find my recipe and I really miss making these...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Passover recipes to enhance your Seder menu plans

    Test Kitchen bonus: Passover recipes to enhance your Seder menu plans
    Passover, which begins at sundown on Friday April 3, commemorates the Jews' exodus from slavery in Egypt. For eight days, observant Jews remember the struggles of their ancestors in ritual meals with symbolic foods, prayer and the retelling of the story...
  • You asked for it: Lazy Days' diners go bananas for this bread

    You asked for it: Lazy Days' diners go bananas for this bread
    Q: Lazy Days restaurant in Islamorada has been around for as long as I can remember. They have some of the best fish in the Keys, and their Lazy Days style is second to none. I am more interested in something that comes for free in the bread basket: the...