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  • WOMX Morning Mix With Scott McKenzie Recipe of the week: Beef Kebabs

     
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Beef Kabobs with Peanut...
  • Sip on this: Lost in Laos cocktail by Matt Biancaniello

     
    Winter seemed to drag on and on for Angelenos this year. Crippled by a series of cold, rainy days, our city's citizens are raring for some serious beach bumming and sunshine. These welcomed months also mean it's time to start making summer travel plans....
  • Winning recipes from Orlando’s local Cupcake Wars champ

     
    Hollis Wilder of Orlando's Sweet! By Good Golly Miss Holly (711 N. Alafaya Trail, Orlando; 407-277-7746; sweetbyholly.com) won Food Network “Cupcake Wars” champions. Here are Wilder's award-winning championship recipes. Be prepared. These is not...
  • Test kitchen bonus: A global bean primer with recipes

     
    It's hard to find a food that has traveled as well as the little legume. In ancient times, its portability made it a staple of travelers, explorers and conquerors. In modern times, these nutritional powerhouses have opened up a world of ethnic cookery for...
  • DineLA hosts cold noodle comp at Starry Kitchen

     
    Top Chef might have ended, but the quickfires are far from over. Tuesday, the folks from dineLA Restaurant Week are hosting their second throw down in an installment of three: a cold noodle comp between Octavio Beccera of Palate Food + Wine and Brendan...
  • Recipes: Keep your late-season cool with DIY popsicles

     
    Whether bright and studded with fruit or smooth and shiny like stained glass, ice pops are playful, big in taste, low in guilt and easy to love. Even better: They're nearly as easy to make. One of the pleasures of pop-making is that unlike churning ice...
  • Recipe: Thai Red Curry Chicken

    Recipe: Thai Red Curry Chicken
    ENTREE • 3 tablespoons vegetable oil • 1 cup diced yellow onions • 1 tablespoon minced garlic • 1 tablespoon prepared Thai red curry paste • 1 teaspoon salt plus more to taste • 1 / 2 teaspoon fresh-ground white...
  • Got Coconut Milk?

    Got Coconut Milk?
    Coconut milk used to be something that came in a can and was good to have on hand for making pina coladas or Thai curries. These days, coconut milk can also be found in cartons in the milk aisle and in pints in the ice cream section—and as yogurt,...
  • Rooting for new flavors

    Rooting for new flavors
    It's that time of year when winter's star vegetables wear out their welcome. Parsnips? Been there. Turnips? Done that. Potatoes, mashed, hashed, roasted or fried? Check, check, check, yawn. In short, it's time to start mixing it up a bit in the root...
  • Mother's Day brunch

    Mother's Day brunch
    Author Lori Longbotham has penned a terrific book on coconut desserts. Who knew there was so much to know about coconut? She gives valuable tips on selecting coconut milk, coconut cream, shredded dried coconut and coconut extract. You'll also learn how...
  • Backpack gourmet

    Backpack gourmet
    The freeze-dried era is over — if you're willing to put in a little work. After years of just adding water to bring your camping feast to life, refinement has come to eating in the wild. Fresh fish, meat, veggies and savory sauces no longer are...