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Ever since I got Seattle chef John Sundstrom’s cookbook and iPad app "Lark: Cooking against the Grain" (Community Supported Cookbooks, $50 for the book; $9.99 for the app), I’ve been cooking out of the book like crazy. For a Sunday supper, his...
The sign out front doesn't automatically call my name: "PDQ Fresh Tenders Salads Sandwiches." All I know from tenders is what I see in the meat department at the grocery store — strange breast-meat pieces that seem ready-made for kids' hands to...
EntreeSteamed, roasted or grilled: these are delicious ways to enjoy asparagus, but not the only way. Have you tried it raw? If you were to just bite in, it's pretty tough to eat. But that's where your vegetable shaver comes in. With it you can create thin...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Salads, Lifestyle and Leisure, Salt, Lemons
Chiang Mai-style curry 6 1/2 hours. Serves 8 to 12. Housemade red curry 1 ounce (about 60) dried red chiles About 2 3/4 tablespoons (.8 ounce) white peppercorns About 2 tablespoons plus 1 teaspoon (.55 ounce) whole cumin seeds About 3 1/2...
1641Dietitian2@hy-vee.com++++++++++++++++++++ || Serves: 6 (about 3/4 cup each) Source: adapted from Eating Well, Inc. Ingredients: 1 1/2 pounds of new or baby potatoes, cut in half 8 ounces of green beans, trimmed 5 teaspoons of extra-virgin olive oil, divided 1/2 teaspoon...
Tags: Dietary Fiber, Green Beans, Salt, Potatoes
Tribune Media ServicesI never was a ham lover until I made this delectable sweet-and-savory version. It calls for a convenient, pre-cooked, spiral-sliced ham that is heated and glazed with a complementary mustard-pineapple sauce. If your family enjoys ham for Easter dinner,...
Tags: Ham, Scrambled Eggs, Honey, Eggs, Easter
Seder dinner may be the most beloved meal of the Jewish year, but it’s also the most daunting: All the elements must be ready to go — and then abandoned — for the hour or two it takes to get through the prayers, singing and stories in...
Tags: Matzoh, Salt, Passover Seder, Parsnips, Periodicals
Birgit Biehl sat down in late January with three members of the body care team from Whole Foods. They tested some of her lotions and scrutinized the packaging and labeling of her soaps and spa items as the North Judson small business owner explained...
This finale was unlike anything we’ve ever seen, and clearly produced by some kind of fill-in crew. The entire episode was done in Iron Chef style “live” from a Kitchen Stadium-esque set with a hooting and hollering audience. This...
Elm Restaurant 73 Elm St., New Canaan, (203) 920-4994, elmrestaurant.com Chef Brian Lewis is doing his thing, his way — creating dishes that "slide, slip, crunch, awaken or calm you." His menus are like music. He composes moments, three to...
When they opened Eldersburg's County Cork Wine Pub in 2010, business partners Arlene Stecher and Chris McManus were thinking of their neighbors. McManus and Stecher, both Eldersburg residents, wanted to build a spot where adults could gather with...
The big question for some of us on Super Bowl Sunday isn't who will win or which pricey TV commercial scores big with viewers. We want to know what there is to eat — and there better not be any fumbles. Here are three food strategies to help you...
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