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  • Market Watch: New cherry varieties worth a pit stop

    Market Watch: New cherry varieties worth a pit stop
    — Early cherries are reason enough to head to the farmers market, but be careful. Erratic winter chill, freezes during bloom, hail and late rains have made for a short crop of early cherries from the southern San Joaquin Valley. But there's still...
  • Farmers Markets: Indigo Rose tomato, a dark beauty

    Farmers Markets: Indigo Rose tomato, a dark beauty
    Of the dozen tomato varieties displayed at Vang Thao's stand last Saturday, one, with purplish black skin over a flaming orange ground color, stood out spectacularly. It's a new variety, Indigo Rose, pigmented by anthocyanins, the same compounds...
  • No longer just a fad, quinoa here to stay

    No longer just a fad, quinoa here to stay
    By Susan Russo for Oneforthetable.com When I first wrote about quinoa some years ago, many of you empathized. You too had gone to a supermarket and asked someone where you could find the kwi-NO-ah. Not anymore. Quinoa (pronounced keen-WAH) is no...
  • Ravenous Pig chefs celebrate National Rainier Cherry Day

     
    Make room in the fruit bowl, July 11 is National Rainier Cherry Day. To celebrate the Northwest Cherries association has selected chefs from all states to showcase Rainier cherries, which are grown only in Washington State. In Florida, chefs James and...
  • What Is It?

     
    Last week's "What Is It?" item was handled rather easily by readers, although I also got some imaginative guesses. Lee, the first to respond, correctly identified this as a cherry pitter. Doris Kershner, who contributed the item, actually sent me......
  • Celebrate Rainier cherry season at Bierbeisl

     
    Don’t let this one get away: Wednesday is National Rainier Cherry Day, marking the Rainier cherry’s short six-week season in the Pacific Northwest. That’s the beautiful yellow cherry blushed with red and blessed with a sweet, delicate...
  • Twitter #Weekendeats highlights: It's a pasta party

     
    One dish emerged a clear favorite during this morning's #weekendeats chat on Twitter: Pasta. It seemed people couldn't get enough of the al dente golden noodles and all their glory. Here are some of the highlights from today's carb-filled chat:......
  • Food FYI: Sweet news about sour cherries

     
    Food FYI: Sweet news about sour cherries...
  • Test Kitchen tips: Use foil to prevent over-browning

     
    Pie browning too quickly? Cover the crust with foil. Foil tenting is an old kitchen trick. If your food is coloring more quickly than it is cooking, foil can be a lifesaver....
  • Test Kitchen video tips: Homemade hazelnut and almond pastes

     
    A mixture of ground nuts -- such as hazelnut and almonds-- sugar and liquid (egg whites and perhaps a liqueur), nut pastes are frequently added to baked cakes, tarts and pastries for added richness and flavor....
  • Market Fresh: Cherries

     
    Cherries are one of those foods that inspire a feeding frenzy on first sightings. When you spot the first cherries in the market, it's almost an automatic reaction that you're going to buy a whole bag and wolf them down.......