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Leave cooking to the experts this Thanksgiving. South Florida’s chefs are counting on you to skip the work of prepping, basting and cleaning up to take advantage of the dinner specials at area gourmet restaurants. But make your reservations now;...
This week's Culinary SOS request comes from Lynn Whitehouse in San Diego: "On our anniversary we had dinner at Flavor del Mar in San Diego County. I had an amazing butternut squash soup. I asked our waiter what the spices were. He said the chef did not...
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The Dish - Orlando SentinelTo novice cooks, winter squash looks like the produce section bully: a heavy-weight contender that won't yield without a bit of a tussle in the kitchen. But once cooked, the tough exterior reveals a bit of a softy inside. And health experts will tell...
Staring down a pile of dirty pots and pans is no way to end Thanksgiving Day. And for many celebrants, T-day is simply a single day off from the workweek. To avoid the Friday leftover energy crash, consider eating out this year. Local restaurants...
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: On our anniversary we had dinner at Flavor del Mar in San Diego County. I had an amazing butternut squash soup. I asked our waiter what the spices were. He said the chef did not give out information and recipes. I am wondering whether you can...
Turkey. Let's talk about it — honestly. Is it time to ax that big ol' bird from your Thanksgiving feast? Even if you do have the free hours to roast it, a hungry crowd to feed and enough oven space to hold the monster, who these days has the carving...
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Alisha Hanlin, 27, has worked in worked in several area restaurants. This year, she started her own food-related business. “I work at Safron Bakery (east of Hagerstown) for Albert Elmerraji,” she said. “I started Pressed Flour as a...
For restaurant chefs, every day presents an opportunity to create a new dish, an inspired combination of flavors, textures and ingredients to wow their guests. As the holidays approach, however, professional chefs have more in common with the home cook....
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GREEN BEAN & POTATO A LA GENOVESE Yields 4-6 4 cups basil leaves ½ cup almonds ½ cup parmesan cheese, grated 4 garlic cloves 1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil 2 pound green beans, blanced 1 pound red potatoes, small (cooked whole) 1 cup chicken...
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Happy fall! It's time to celebrate the pumpkin. Sure, you can carve, decorate and smash them — but by all means you should be cooking this fiber- and vitamin A-packed, velvety-textured squash. You'll need to act quickly as most farmers markets...
Detroit Free PressIt’s no secret that pumpkin is the ingredient du jour. You will find it everywhere. At popular coffee chains, pumpkin is in everything from lattes to muffins to breads. One of the most popular uses of pure pumpkin, of course, is in pumpkin pie....
Chef Jeff's Winter Stew Recipe by: Jeff Bland, US Foods Take my Butternut Squash Soup and customize the stew with your favorite winter flavors. I suggest adding diced sweet potatoes, crab meat, crispy pork belly or bacon, pan roasted corn, kale or...
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