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Like many people, I eat a lot of fish this time of year. It's not so much because I like fish. It's because I love tartar sauce. I am very careful about my supply of tartar sauce at home because my wife has no idea how quickly we go through it. I...
The Lemon Law for used cars is due for a tune-up. The Connecticut Used Car Warranty Law offers protection for some buyers of used cars, as long as they meet certain conditions. The General Assembly passed that law in 1987, having enacted one for new...
The Hartford CourantChris just spent a few days at a spa in Mexico where he taught a course on healthful eating. He found himself including more fresh vegetables in the recipes for the cooking classes and, at meals, eating more veggies and whole grains than meat or poultry....
Tags: Recipes, Personal Service, Onions, Salt, Kosher Salt
Wolfgang Puck's KitchenI feel it is no coincidence that Passover, the holiday celebrating the liberation of the Jewish people from slavery under Pharaoh, falls around the same time as spring's arrival. After all, Passover observes a miracle of renewal -- the triumph of hope and...
Tags: Recipes, Religion and Belief, Parsley, Holidays, Easter
You recently wrote of your tartar sauce obsession. When the column first caught my eye, I did a double take. I work at the Redfield Press, and while I have written some interesting columns, I have never thought to write of tartar sauce. In fact, I...
The early mom gets a quiet cup of coffee. Which should be reward enough, but it isn't. I usually succumb to the snooze button. Still, I'm impressed by early. The friend who wakes predawn to work. Or worse, work out. The quick-study who files early. Or...
McClatchy-Tribune"Ham vs. lamb" may not rise to the level of theological debate, but when it comes to Easter dinner, the issue can divide celebrants into zealous partisan camps. Whose meat reigns supreme? We put the question to two passionate chefs. "You know ham...
Tags: Christianity, Soups, Ham, Onions, Christian Orthodoxy
Over the past week, I've learned that many people love tartar sauce, and that a lot of people make their own. Lois Fischer, for instance, believes that fish has no taste. “It's all in the tartar sauce,” she wrote in an email. She used...
Tags: Pickle Relish, McDonald's, Pickles, Mayonnaise
There's no denying the old-fashioned appeal of the Pelican Grand Beach Resort. What visitor to Fort Lauderdale wouldn't love its design, which is meant to evoke 19th century Florida with tin-roofed turrets and shingle siding? The lobby has an island...
Walt Lemon Jr. acknowledges the role luck played in the running 3-pointer off the backboard that gave Bradley a 69-66 victory over Missouri State on Jan. 19. The ball bounced the 2010 Julian graduate's way again Saturday against Illinois-Chicago, this...
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