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  • Living in the CSA: Blood orange olive oil cake recipe

     
    It's SarahKK, back with today's cooking-the-CSA report. I'll note again that I'm taking part in an early-bird CSA that does exchanges with other East Coast farms during this part of the year, which is why today's ingredient, blood oranges, isn't......
  • Historic labels sold oranges -- and the California lifestyle

     
    Citrus crate labels started out as advertising but have emerged as art and a peek into California's past. Packinghouses often created three different labels: one for high-grade fruit, one for mid-grade and one for the bottom of the barrel —......
  • Corbett: "I'm Not Going To Let Them Poison The Water."

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett ... ... told a convention of township supervisors this morning that he's going to keep a Tomcorbett close eye on the state's burgeoning Marcellus shale gas industry, even as he repeated a vow not to impose a severance tax on drillers....
  • The Dry Garden: An Altadena couple's 15-year quest to plant nearly an acre of unusual edibles

     
    When musicians Kazi Pitelka and John Steinmetz tell friends that they are leaving their Altadena home of 15 years, the invariable responses are: “Why?” “Do you have to?” “Whyyyyy?” It’s not that their friends...
  • Morning Mix With Scott McKenzie recipe of the week: Stir-Fried Chicken

     
    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 Stir Fried Chicken with Mandari...
  • Got more orange than you know what to do with?

     
    We can't all be Virginia Paca, the gardener profiled in October who grows food and donates it to food banks. But this winter those of us with orange trees laden with fruit might take a page from the book of......
  • The Dry Garden: Abundant harvest? Donate it

     
    We can't all be Virginia Paca, the gardener profiled on this blog in October who grows food and donates it to food banks. But this winter those of us with orange trees laden with fruit might take a page from......
  • Reality check: Thanksgiving turkey and the trimmings on a tight schedule

     
    The clock is ticking. Are you ready for a Thanksgiving feast? Between work, regular household activities and guests-are-coming house cleaning you could spit cranberries right now. Here are great shortcuts from the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen that will...
  • Checking Out the Fall Color

     
    If you want to see fall color, you have to go to the source – the northern states. Each fall Joani and I need to escape to the colder part of our country. We head north to enjoy a little chill and to bring back some fall color to share with you. Most...
  • Morning Mix With Scott McKenzie Recipe of the Week: Halibut With Tomato-Orange Relish

     
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks overs at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is for sweet and savory...
  • Temper the sweltering heat with a glass of cool sangria

     
    Sangria is a liquid study in the eloquence and passion of Spanish cuisine. It makes perfect sense that a style of cookery that is marked by full-flavored foods and fresh ingredients would give birth to such a refreshing warm-weather party beverage....