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  • A look at famous brothers from Chicago

    A look at famous brothers from Chicago
    Long before anybody (besides their parents) was paying attention to Chicago's Emanuel brothers, the city could boast of lots of other siblings who made good — or, at least, made headlines. Chicago can claim brothers of wide-ranging accomplishments...
  • Strange, smelly sign of spring

    Strange, smelly sign of spring
    Antsy for spring? Stop impatiently tapping your hiking boots. The first wildflowers of spring are out. Behold the skunk cabbage. It is one of the earliest and oddest. "It's not very attractive as far as flowers go," said Brian Winters, associate...
  • Dining Review: Skaf's is a great way to eat, socialize

    Dining Review: Skaf's is a great way to eat, socialize
    A few years ago I wrote a review of Skaf's Lebanese Cuisine on Chevy Chase Drive in Glendale. At the time, I spoke effusively of the succulent chicken shwarma and gushed over the addictive cabbage salad. When the Skaf family, specifically sons Daniel...
  • Classic Corned Beef and Cabbage

    Classic Corned Beef and Cabbage
    Nothing says St. Patrick's Day like this Classic Corned Beef and Cabbage. And whether you're Irish or not, there's no denying that this is one tasty recipe! Serves: 6 Cooking Time: 3 hr 20 min   What You'll Need: - 1 (3- to 3-1/2-pound) corned beef...
  • Farm visit great spring-break trip for kids

    Farm visit great spring-break trip for kids
    Are you ready for Easter Sunday? Today on my blog, OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish, look for creative holiday brunch ideas and more in the kitchen. But first, let's dish: Take a break with your kids. Specialty farm markets are a great outdoor experience for...
  • Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in L.A. area — no blarney

    Where to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in L.A. area — no blarney
    Mistakes are the portals of discovery. At least that's what James Joyce, one of Ireland's most famous writers — and a notorious drinker — once said. The phrase rings particularly true on St. Patrick's Day, the saucy Irish holiday that is...
  • Comfort food, with a light twist

    The season's chilly weather calls for comfort food, but that's no reason to pack on the pounds. After all, spring is right around the corner. We asked local chefs to share their comfort food favorites, lightened up a bit in honor of the season ahead....
  • If kale is king, then collard greens are prince of the edible garden

    Kale, the king of greens, has been losing plot real estate to a close relative, collards. With better resistance to heat, collard greens do just fine in Southern California. And the occasional winter cold snap? It only makes collard greens sweeter. Half...
  • A guide to Harford County's CSA programs

    A guide to Harford County's CSA programs
    While it might be tough to imagine heading out to a local farm for an armful of fresh vegetables when it’s still chilly, it’s almost that time of year. Harford County farms are gearing up for growing season, and that means it’s time to...
  • Repeat performance

     Repeat performance
    The thermometer is slowly inching up, and there's a little more sunlight every day, and that means one thing to gardeners: It's time to think about seed sowing. With a little planning you can stretch your food budget for an ongoing harvest of fresh,...
  • Florida snapper great for Lenten menus

    Florida snapper great for Lenten menus
    Next week we will introduce the 10 new members of the Orlando Sentinel Culinary Hall of Fame, which each year honors those who have made significant contributions to how Central Florida eats, drinks and dines. In the meantime, let's dish: Go fish:...