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The Dish - Orlando SentinelFood historians trace the making of iced confections to China thousands of years ago. Sorbet is the French word for sherbet, which Italians call sorbetto. Unlike sherbet, sorbet does not contain milk and has a softer consistency. It can be savory or sweet...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelCheesecakes can be challenging for even the most experienced bakers. Here's a troubleshooting guide for your kitchen files. What went wrong? *Cracked surface: Eggs have been overbeaten. Beat the eggs only until they are mixed. Also caused by not loosening...
HealthAn apple or pear a day may help keep stroke away, says the American Heart Association....
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterPonche Villa Total time: 1 hour, 15 minutes plus chilling time for the ponche Servings:25 cocktails Note: Adapted from a recipe by John Rivera Sedlar with Julian Cox. Sedlar writes, "I've always enjoyed this classic holiday 'ponche.' I like how it...
McClatchy-TribuneGreek Yogurt Cheesekcate With Ouzo Poached Figs Ingredients: 15 plain melba toasts (about 4 ounces; not Melba "snacks") One-third cup walnut halves 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil 14 ounces reduced-fat Neufchâtel cream cheese 1 1/3 cups sugar 2 1/2...
Tags: Onions, Apple Cider, Holidays, Steaks, Electrical Appliance
Count us among the fans of Peter Rabbit Organics' new line of fruit and veggie squeeze pouches for babies, with flavor combos like carrot, squash and apple; pea, spinach and apple; and sweet potato, corn and apple. Sure, we like that they're convenient...
Some foods, like soups and stews seem to taste better when they are reheated, while others foods like pasta salads and dips seem to benefit from time spent in the refrigerator overnight. When flavors "marry" over time, the results are delicious....
McClatchy-TribuneAs surely as I reach for my wool coat and warm mittens when the leaves turn to crimson and gold, so do I pull out the soup pot and casserole dishes that were set aside for months. Once again the windows steam up from the bubbling pots on the stove and...
Tags: Onions, Butter, Calcium, Winter Squash, Electrical Appliance
McClatchy/Tribune NewsWe won't take sides in the pumpkin pie versus sweet potato pie or apple versus pecan debate. But pie is simply a must-have dessert. For the harried cook, the dilemma is whether to make a pie or buy one. A 12-inch pie from Costco is hard to beat ... or is...
Note: For his September cover story on Asian pears, fruit specialist David Karp asked chef Suzanne Tracht of Jozu in West Hollywood to come up with a recipe that would show off the fruit with the subtle pear taste and the crispness of a firm apple....
Tags: Cinnamon, Whipping Cream, Butter, Pies and Tarts, Heavy Cream
Tribune Media ServicesThis dish is a go-to dessert for dinner parties or Sunday lunch. It's pretty and impressive, especially when you tell your guests that you made it yourself. Make sure to select plums that still have some give when you press them. If you can't find plums,...
Tags: Egg Yolks, Recipes, Butter, Almonds, Pies and Tarts
If they gave out an Academy Award for "most congenial hospitality in a food service establishment," hands down, the Oscar would go to Maro Wood Grill. The dramatic makeover of the former site of A La Carte in Laguna Beach has turned the little deli into...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Entertainment, Academy Awards, Salads, Chicken
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