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A nutritionist from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly provides a guest post. This week, Debra Schulze weighs in on fall fruits and vegetables. The chill of fall is in the air along with the bright red, orange and yellow colors of the...
Eating "sweetly" isn't just about dessert. Sweet is everywhere, from the obvious soft drink to the sweet ingredients we use in everyday cooking, such as the dried pears (nuggets of sugar, like every dried fruit) and caramelized onions in this recipe. Dry...
Maple Blueberry Sweet Potatoes Serves 8 The Clare has its own twist on the traditional sweet potato side dish. "We use nice, tender, baby sweet potatoes sautéed with maple syrup and a touch of brown sugar. Sprinkling in blueberries adds color and...
Tags: Cranberries, Ginger, Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes, Corned Beef
Chicago TribuneLeftover turkey usually presents no problem in the days after Thanksgiving. After all, some people even prefer it leftover. There's the classic turkey soup, the hot sandwiches, the nibbling off the carcass when no one is looking. But after a bit, even...
Tags: Salt, Onions, Ginger, Turkey (animal), Sausages
I'm fortunate to be part of a family that enjoys cooking and entertaining more than any other activity. We share recipes, butchers' numbers and gift each other with interesting kitchen equipment. As my children's generation matures, we see the family...
Tags: Salt, Cheese Corn, Tomatoes, Butter, Carrots
Total time: 25 minutes Servings: Makes a generous 1½ quarts Note: Adapted from Quinn and Karen Hatfield. Dried pears can be found in most well-stocked and gourmet markets, as well as online. Pickled mustard seeds are available at select gourmet...
Los Angeles TimesHere's the problem: "I'm a wine lover," says Hans Reisetbauer, spreading his hands for emphasis. But he was unlucky enough to be raised in upper Austria, too far north to grow grapes. The son of a farmer, at school he studied agriculture, but normal...
Tags: Austria, Agriculture
OUR TOWN EDITORCathy Stone usually cans cherries, apples, pears and peaches picked from the trees surrounding her Windber home. A housemother whose husband is on disability, Stone does not have any jars of fresh fruit after a late-winter snowfall killed the crops. ...
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: Euro Pane on Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena has the most delicious spiced pear cake. It is moist and truly delicious with a hint of ginger. I would love to re-create it at home. Could you get the recipe for me? Lynda Jenner Pasadena Dear...
Wolfgang Puck's KitchenHave you noticed how sometimes an ingredient you'd never heard of before is suddenly on menus everywhere? Sometimes, such ingredients are nothing but trendy, seeming to vanish as quickly as they arrived. But other times, they stay around, becoming...
No need to decide between pear or apple when you're craving a fruity in-season dessert! Make our Fall Harvest Cobbler, and you can have 'em both! Dried cranberries add an extra burst of flavor in this warm and cozy autumn favorite. Serves: 6 Cooking...
Tags: Apples, Cranberries, Biscuits, Cinnamon
Social networks for two Facebook and Twitter are great for keeping up with a lot of people. But there’s a new trend of social apps that keep you connected with just a single person, your significant other. Rich Demuro is here to run down the...
Tags: Lauren Conrad, Apples, The New York Times, Ginger, Pumpkin
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