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  • York women get $2,000 Economic Development Authority grant for bakery

    York women get $2,000 Economic Development Authority grant for bakery
    Two York County women are moving their home-based cake-baking operation to a retail shop thanks to fellow small-business owners tipping them off to programs like the county Economic Development Authority's $2,000 transition grant. "Local businesses here...
  • Thai Spice lights the way

    Thai Spice lights the way
    ★★★ Thai Spice isn't much from the outside. The main parking lot is cramped. The plaza could use some freshening. Even the sign in the parking lot needs updating. It all belies what happens when you get beyond the front door....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three lobster options for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three lobster options for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. Celebrate with lobster. Grilled lobster with shallot butter and cucumber "noodles": Simple as it may be to make, this dish is great when you're looking for something to fix outdoors and/or for company. Brush halved lobster...
  • Elevate a basic roast chicken with spices and savory pan sauce

    Elevate a basic roast chicken with spices and savory pan sauce
    Lately, I've been thinking a lot about roast chicken. And I have both practical and emotional reasons. The practical reason is that my culinary team and I recently developed a revolutionary new countertop pressure oven you might have heard about. Among...
  • A voice for tripe: An exclusive interview with Sir Norman Wrassle

    A voice for tripe: An exclusive interview with Sir Norman Wrassle
    That big "X" marking Oct. 24 on your calendar? Did you forget why you made it? It's World Tripe Day, of course! And in honor of the event, we reached out to Sir Norman Wrassle, since 1997 chairman of the Lancashire, England-based Tripe Marketing Board,...
  • 3 kitchen renovations reveal all with open-plan designs

    3 kitchen renovations reveal all with open-plan designs
    Once upon a time, kitchens were functional spaces closed off from the home, used purely for meal preparation. Today, the kitchen is the hub of family life, a change that is reflected in kitchen designs that call for open-plan spaces. Here we showcase...
  • Egg meets microwave for speedy rollup

    Egg meets microwave for speedy rollup
    So Dad was over for a visit and wanted scrambled eggs for breakfast. When I expressed some reluctance about pulling out a frying pan (OK, it was a whole lot of reluctance), he remained undeterred. "You don't have to fry it," he told me. "Use the...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three ideas for bacon lovers in 30 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Three ideas for bacon lovers in 30 minutes or less
    Bacon fanatic? You'll love these ideas. And they come together in 30 minutes or less. Steamed corn with clams and bacon: Just a handful of ingredients -- including corn, clams and bacon -- combine for a dish that's pure magic. Fresh corn is steamed with...
  • Qs Kitchen pop-up dinner in Geneva

    Personal chef Quenby Schuyler, who operates as Qs Kitchen (630-360-6727), is helming a pop-up dinner ($75) at Moveable Feast (321 Franklin St., Geneva, 630-845-3287) on Nov. 9, beginning at 5 p.m. Schuyler, who grew up on a farm in West Chicago and also...
  • Shopping for authentic Cajun food in Chicago

    Shopping for authentic Cajun food in Chicago
    Q: I'm looking for anything in a Cajun grocery line. --Joe Lempa, Forest View, Il. A: As you know, there are online sources from which to order all sorts of Cajun food products. It's an easy, convenient way to get what you need. But I do understand...
  • Café 95 trains JARC clients while catering to public

    Café 95 trains JARC clients while catering to public
    Gaby Gechter, 25, wasn't always allowed to use kitchen utensils as her mom figured she would hurt herself. Now, Gechter is a master potato peeler and a skilled vegetable slicer! Likewise, Carl Klein, 51, wasn't allowed to use a butter knife for...