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Trust. Simple word, easy to spell. But increasingly difficult to believe, both in and out of sports. This lost of trust in sports really hurts because there was a time when we turned to sports for outcomes we could accept without question. After a day...
Tags: YouTube, Pneumonia, Everglades, Monopoly (game), Sports
EntreeThe caper, courtesy of its sharp and tangy bite, is responsible for the Mediterranean flavors of regional favorites, like chicken piccata and spaghetti puttanesca. Capers, most likely native to Asia, and abundantly grown in Mediterranean countries, such...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelThe 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 in Ale with Cheese...
This year's Oscars are expected to rival the Super Bowl as a venue for show-stopping (heh) advertisements. A New York Times article this week said advertisers are paying ABC the highest prices since 2008 for commercials during the Academy Awards. And more...
The Hartford CourantDespite its location literally steps from the University of Connecticut, the owners of new Storrs restaurant Dog Lane Café say they're not necessarily trying to attract students. The rest of the town has that covered. "[We] did a study…and at the...
The Hartford CourantYou'll find them all at East Coast Dog in Hartford: Mucke's Hummel, Little Rhody, Boston Pearl Original, Martin Rosol and Hebrew National. But you might not recognize these dogs at the city's newest frankfurter joint at the corner of Asylum and Ann...
In the crowded world of legumes, we may ignore lentils in the rush to buy red kidney beans for chili, navy beans for ham-flavored soup, black beans, pinto beans, split peas and more. That's too bad. A smart cook learns to love lentils for their variety...
PARIS — Living in France has meant that my once passing fancy for all things that swim has exploded into a very big love. From picking out the tiniest of bulots (sea snails) with needlelike tools and cracking open the claws of a fresh-caught...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Potatoes, Parsley, Seafood, Sea Salt
My husband is notorious for bringing people home for dinner with very little notice, or none at all. On nights like those, these stuffed chicken breasts are just the thing: fast and special enough for company, especially when served with an easy yet...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Salt, Blue Cheese, Parsley, Chicken Breast
There's nothing more traditional than serving a big pot of chili when a bunch of friends come over to watch a big game like the Super Bowl. Sometimes, though, I like to try something different. Last year I surprised my husband and friends with meatball...
For The Baltimore SunAre you ready for some gumbo? At 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, February 3, when the Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII, much of Baltimore will be watching, either from their stadium seats in New Orleans or here at home. Ravens fans not...
Tags: Mayonnaise, Potatoes, Parsley, Baltimore Ravens, Seafood
EntreeThis time of year can be a tricky one for inspired breakfasts. Oatmeal is my go-to on weekdays, and on the weekends we often flail for something a bit more interesting but no more complex. With this morning tart, flail no more! I call this a morning tart...
Tags: Quiche, Salt, Gruyere, Pies and Tarts, Mustard Greens
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