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  • Recipe: Roasted baby parsnips

    Total time: 1 hour Servings: 6 to 8 Note: From Donna Deane 1 1/2 pounds baby parsnips, peeled; root ends trimmed 2 tablespoons thyme leaves 1 tablespoon chopped marjoram leaves 3 tablespoons olive oil Salt Freshly ground white pepper 1. Heat...
  • Recipe: Cauliflower and Brussels sprouts salad with mustard-caper butter

    Recipe: Cauliflower and Brussels sprouts salad with mustard-caper butter
    Total time: 30 minutes Servings: 8 Note: From "Local Flavors" by Deborah Madison. Romanesco cauliflower is available at Bristol Farms and Whole Foods markets, select supermarkets and farmers markets. White cauliflower can be substituted. 2 garlic...
  • Cookbook gift ideas: 'Neue Cuisine' by Kurt Gutenbrunner et al.

    Cookbook gift ideas: 'Neue Cuisine' by Kurt Gutenbrunner et al.
    Austrian cuisine gets short shrift around here. But whenever I get to New York, I eat at Kurt Gutenbrunner's Austrian bistro Wallse, which is why I was thrilled that he's got a cookbook out this season. As soon as I got my hands on a copy of "Neue...
  • Packin' heat

    Packin' heat
    Christopher Columbus could have given those calculating guys on "Mad Men" a true run for their money. He was supposed to sail to Asia and load up on very valuable black peppercorns. Instead, he returns with a pile of fiery chilies. "What is this?" asked...
  • Christmas in a nutshell

    Christmas in a nutshell
    Nuts. That's what we have to say to the arrival of the holidays. We say it not to bemoan the rampant consumerism the season brings, though. Nor to complain about the sudden (some might say traumatic) accumulation of family members in one location, or...
  • What to serve for a side dish?

    "Potatoes or rice?" That's one of the most common questions home cooks ask themselves, or their families, when preparing stews or braises, those perfect dinner main courses for delivering warmth and satisfaction on a cold winter's night. With such...
  • You Asked For It Recipe: Peasant Soup

    This is a thick, comforting soup. • 8 ounces kielbasa, diced (about 2 cups) • 1 1 / 4 cups chopped celery • 1 fine-chopped medium onion • 1 1 / 2 cups chicken broth (we use 1 1 / 2 teaspoons Better Than Bouillon Chicken Base...
  • June 1 - Pat and Gina Neely

    June 1 - Pat and Gina Neely
    Down Home Cooking To purchase a copy of the book: Down Home with the Neelys: A Southern Family Cookbook Five Bean Picnic Salad Ingredients: Kosher salt 3/4 pound green beans, trimmed and halved 3/4 pound yellow wax beans, trimmed and halved One 14-...
  • Spring Bisque Soup

    This light and tasty soup makes a great side dish or main course. Grab some sourdough bread to dip and enjoy. Servings = 8 | Serving size =about 2 cups Cooking Time = 45 Minutes This recipe can be multiplied by 2. This recipe keeps well for about 3 –...
  • Hambone's connected to tons of flavor

    Hambone's connected to tons of flavor
    Any day now, to paraphrase Truman Capote, you'll smell it in the air. Hambone season, that is. You know the drill: You haul that gorgeous haunch o' hog out of the oven come Easter, and then, days-of-leftovers later, you're staring at the dang bone, a...
  • Ditch the salt shaker, cook with herbs, spices

    Ditch the salt shaker, cook with herbs, spices
    Sodium isn't just found in salt. If you want to reduce the sodium in your diet, consider putting down the saltshaker and limit the amount of processed and fast foods you consume. Salt is an acquired taste. Most foods in their natural state contain some...