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  • Get your fill of Hamantaschen

    We all recognize that poppy seed or jam taste when we bite into Hamantaschen on Purim every year. But given the right filling, or dough, the traditional pastry has a lot more to offer. Hailed as the "Queen of Kosher" and the "Jewish Rachael Ray," best-...
  • Chasing mole poblano perfection

    If you find yourself in Beverly Hills, Calif., you should head a couple of blocks south of Wilshire Boulevard to a restaurant called Frida for some mole poblano that is out of this world. Mole poblano is a traditional deep-colored, richly textured...
  • Baking Central: Why potato bread makes the best toast ever

    You can tut-tut all you want about the toast trend. (Yes, it's really a trend. Yes, there are restaurants that feature toast. Yes, the word "artisanal" comes up.) But be honest: You know when you've encountered a really great piece of toast, and when you...
  • Cook's Corner: Top toast with more than avocado

    Do you smash? I've become a great fan of the trending smash on toast, a great relief for tired breakfasts and brown bags. Though avocado butters have been around for a long time (we had a recipe in Cook's Corner in 1991) and the smash started trending at...
  • 10 meatless dinners to make during Lent

    These vegetarian and seafood main dishes may be meatless, but they're still hearty. Whether or not you abstain from meat, try these recipes for a satisfying winter meal. BEER BATTERED SMELT This recipe is from Zach Espinosa, executive chef at Harbor...
  • Tuna Noodle Casserole: Yay!

    I did not grow up having to eat Tuna Noodle Casserole, which may be one reason I actually like it. One of the legion of visceral TNC haters, my younger brother, Chris, recently told me, "I figure it was one of those meals that (Mom) forced us to eat,...
  • How to convert your diet to Paleo and lose weight

    Eat like a caveman. That's the thrust of the trendy Paleo style of eating. At its core, the Paleo diet is devoid of all processed foods, refined sugars and dairy. In theory, it is supposed to mirror the way Stone Age hunter-gathers ate. The diet has been...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Swiss Chard and Arugula Salad

    Today's recipe pairs salad greens with toasted walnuts and a lemon-mustard vinaigrette. What's to like about this salad is the greens, which are a blend of peppery, spicy and hearty. Most grocery stores carry a variety of greens other than the standard...
  • Tuna Noodle Casserole: Yuck!

    Everybody remembers a food from childhood that made them shudder, if not gag outright when Mom brought it to the table. For me, it's tuna casserole. My three older brothers all loved the dish, but me I found the creamy, fishy-smelling mixture of egg...
  • Chocoholics find sanctuary in Homewood

    Chocoholics find sanctuary in Homewood
    Chocolate lovers indulged Saturday in Homewood during a festival dedicated to the sweet treat. But only one chef's confectionary creation could be crowned best of show. That coveted award went to Pattie Tydd, representing the Homewood Women's Club,...
  • Easy Dinner Recipe: Pizza margherita for Meatless Monday

    Easy Dinner Recipe: Pizza margherita for Meatless Monday
    There are few things simpler to make, and more satisfying than a pizza margherita, a classic Neapolitan pizza composed of tomato sauce, mozzarella and basil — and a really good crust. It's also the perfect go-to dish if you're keeping up with...