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  • Family passion for baking rises into sweet business

    Family passion for baking rises into sweet business
    When Carrie Spezzano and her brother, Jim Miller, were growing up in Lake Forest, they almost never ate store-bought bread or other baked goods, thanks to their mom and grandmother. "Everything was always homemade," said Spezzano. "Cookies, bread, pies,...
  • Dining Deals: Freebies at Chili's, Bonefish Grill and more

    Dining Deals: Freebies at Chili's, Bonefish Grill and more
    If you're hungry, you've come to the right place for free eats, treats and dining deals. Bonefish Grill: Free appetizers in the bar with coupon; expires March 15;  $5 deals on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, too. Chick-fil-A: Free iced or hot coffee in...
  • You asked for it: Pudding and a pint from Kingshead Pub

    You asked for it: Pudding and a pint from Kingshead Pub
    Q: Could you please get the recipe for Sticky toffee pudding from Kingshead Pub in Sunrise? It is the most wonderful dessert I have ever had. Sometimes I skip having a meal and just have the Sticky toffee pudding and a pint. — Sandy Kinzel,...
  • How to make fresh sausage at home

     How to make fresh sausage at home
    Every culture around the world has sausage in some form or another. That's because sausages are a great way to get maximum use of a butchered animal — grinding all the scraps means nothing goes to waste. You can make fresh sausages that are...
  • How to add heat to your cooking with a variety of ingredients

     How to add heat to your cooking with a variety of ingredients
    Playing with fire in the kitchen is definitely dangerous. But it can also be delicious — if you learn to play with a few culinary heat makers. It involves working with a variety of spicy, pungent or tart foods — from arugula and chilies to...
  • Fudge recipes, Nestle-style

    Fudge recipes, Nestle-style
    Q: I have searched for several months and have been unsuccessful trying to track down a recipe that my dad pulled from a Nestle Quik can from about 1971, or 1972. The recipe was for a fudge that either exclusively, or primarily, used Nestle Quik and a...
  • Restaurant review: Pok Pok Phat Thai in Chinatown, a learning process

    Restaurant review: Pok Pok Phat Thai in Chinatown, a learning process
    Pok Pok Phat Thai is the first Los Angeles outpost of Andy Ricker, the American-born chef who has built a small Thai food empire in Portland, Ore., and New York. It is a small counter built into the Chinatown mall storefront where the chicken pho dive...
  • Weekend project: Homemade and Greek-style yogurt

    Weekend project: Homemade and Greek-style yogurt
    Ever thought about making your own yogurt, but thought the process was too involved, or that you might need special equipment or supplies? A while back, cookbook legend Marion Cunningham did a piece on quick fruit-based desserts for Food. She included a...
  • Family meals matter: Chocolate and cherry

    Family meals matter: Chocolate and cherry
    If you think chocolate should be its own food group, you’re in good company here. In addition to being delicious, chocolate is packed with antioxidants, making it a nice ingredient to add — in moderation of course — to your balanced...
  • Valentine's Day dining options in and around Baltimore

    Valentine's Day dining options in and around Baltimore
    Valentine's Day falls on a Saturday this year, which means that reservations will be even harder to come by than usual. Restaurants are encouraging diners to celebrate the occasion on Friday or Sunday, and some are extending their special menus and...
  • There are indeed pies in Pie Town, a slice of heaven for travelers

    When Kathy Knapp first stepped foot in this rugged little mountain town, something was terribly wrong. There was no pie in Pie Town. Knapp's mother had spotted the place on a map and, amused, insisted they stop for a slice while driving through on...