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  • 25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Brownies

    25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Brownies
    With a delicate, crisp crust enveloping a wonderfully ooey-gooey filling, this amazingly rich brownie takes perfection and coats it in chocolate, and then drizzles over even more chocolate just for good measure. These wonderfully rich brownies are...
  • Spam lover's guide to L.A.: 7 great dishes with your favorite processed meat

    Spam lover's guide to L.A.: 7 great dishes with your favorite processed meat
    Fans of Spam know that it can actually be pretty great stuff. Sure, it's a chunk of gelatinous, salty meat in a little blue can, but when you put it in the hands of trained professionals, or your grandmother, it can be pure magic.  If you didn't grow up...
  • EatingWell: Sweet and Sour Meatballs

    EatingWell: Sweet and Sour Meatballs
    These bite-size sweet-and-sour meatballs, drizzled with a pineapple- and soy-based sauce, make a great appetizer. Shredded carrot and finely diced pineapple keep the meatballs moist, while fresh ginger and Chinese five-spice powder amp up the flavor....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great ideas for bacon lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great ideas for bacon lovers
    Do you love bacon? Even if you're just a casual fan, it's hard to deny that bacon makes almost any dish better. Whether crumbled over salads, lovingly folded into sandwiches, or sauteed with everything from vegetables to stews, bacon is a great team...
  • Test Kitchen Bonus: Potato cakes are essence of comfort food during Hanukkah

    Test Kitchen Bonus: Potato cakes are essence of comfort food during Hanukkah
    The crisp tendril edges of a perfectly cooked latke give way to a softer, savory center with the very first bite. These pan-fried potato cakes are the essence of comfort food when Hanukkah begins at sundown Dec. 16. Tips for cooks The oil: Latkes...
  • 25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Beer brittle

    25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Beer brittle
    Now you can drink your beer and eat it too. Flavor this crunchy brittle with a good dark beer, such as a stout or an amber ale, for rich caramel notes. It's a fun gift, and it comes together in less than 30 minutes. Beer brittle is just one way to get...
  • Gifts for food lovers: Olive oil, wooden spoons and two must-have pans

    Gifts for food lovers: Olive oil, wooden spoons and two must-have pans
    It's always nice to daydream about getting some kind of extravagant gift for the holidays. But presents like that tend to be one-time things -- you enjoy them once and pretty soon they're forgotten (unless, of course, you're talking real extravagance, and...
  • A Chicago restaurants roundup: Right bites, big city

    A Chicago restaurants roundup: Right bites, big city
    Our apology to you: So many restaurants in the city, so little stomach capacity. Let us remedy that by recommending four recent openings within city limits we think are worth your consideration. Dove's Luncheonette My first exposure to Dove's...
  • Enjoy a golden loaf of homemade bread on your holiday table

    Enjoy a golden loaf of homemade bread on your holiday table
    "I've baked a loaf of bread." These are such simple words. Yet, if you say them to family or friends, especially during the holidays, there's a very good chance they'll be greeted with awe, admiration and gratitude. Nothing you can make impresses in...
  • Successful recipe to help at-risk girls

    Successful recipe to help at-risk girls
    They had only an hour to come up with a tasting for 200 people using only certain items and the special ingredient, cranberries. Chefs from five local restaurants faced this during the fourth annual Chefs for PACE Cook-Off at Hugh's Culinary in...
  • A positive path from jail into the kitchen

    A positive path from jail into the kitchen
    Slowly but surely the U.S. economy is generating jobs again, which could be great news for Remicko George and his lemon poppy-seed muffins. He's got a dream of one day working in a big, professional kitchen like the one at Chicago's Hyatt Regency Hotel....