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Los Angeles TimesSometimes a cocktail is as good as a meal. That's certainly the case with a big, bold summer drink called the Horchata Colada. Created by Paul Sofsky for the new Mexican restaurant El Corazon de Costa Mesa at the Triangle in Costa Mesa, the concoction...
Commercial AppealBarry Pelts wants to make something clear about his new cookbook: "Let's face it. We're not Kelly English. We're not Wolfgang Puck. We're just folks. These aren't chef-driven recipes." Pelts, along with Andy Woodman and Jimmy Stovall, has just...
Tags: Potatoes, Marshmallows, Book, French Bread, Kosher Salt
LOOKING FOR Donna Missimer is looking for a recipe for Butta Kprohen, flaky Hungarian cookies. "When you bake them, they puff up with several layers of flaky dough in between. You can also put a filling in them," Donna says. Bill and Kathy Vresics of...
Ingredients: 1/2 box or 1 cup soupettes (acini de pepe macaroni) 1 can pineapple chunks with juice 2 cans mandarin oranges with juice 8 oz maraschino cherries (cut in half) 12 oz cool whip Sauce ingredients: 3/4 cup sugar 2 beaten eggs 1 teaspoon salt...
Miami HeraldSummer is when the stream of tourists to South Florida slows, deterred by hot, wet weather and the threat of hurricanes. It's when rates at beachfront hotels plummet, spas and restaurants offer special deals, traffic eases and locals can enjoy discount...
When life hands you lemons, make lemonade, or so the adage goes. The clever tippler knows to take that pragmatic advice one step further: Give those lemons a twist — be it a clever garnish, an unexpected flavor pairing or, even, a bright shot of...
Tags: Dale Levitski, Grapefruit, Wines, Blackbird, Dining and Drinking
To appreciate Bread & Wine, the 16-month-old restaurant in the Irving Park neighborhood, it helps to be less literal and more observant. For instance, you might be surprised, as I was initially, to discover that the kitchen doesn't set out much bread....
Tags: Phil Vettel, Popcorn, Chicago Tribune Columnists, Wines, Rhubarb
At a high-end cocktail bar, everything from glassware to garnishes adds extra detail to your drinks. It's no surprise, then, that ice is the next frontier. The Aviary blew minds when it opened in 2011 with its alcohol-filled ice orbs, and now bartenders...
The Register-Herald, Beckley, W.Va.Global spice leader and flavor forecaster, McCormick �, challenges home chefs each year to shake up their pantries with unique and emerging trends for grilling season. Likewise, McCormick develops new products to add to its Grill Mates product...
Tags: Steaks, Lemons, Hot Dogs, Ketchup, Foods and Beverages
Detroit Free PressHave you ever wondered what was cooking in local kitchens generations ago? We have, which is why we were so excited to unearth a copy of the "Home Makers' Handibook" by the Women's Service Bureau of the Detroit Free Press. The book, which we believe...
Michael Connelly's novels about LAPD detective Harry Bosch have made him one of the top contemporary mystery writers, and a staple of the best-sellers list. More than 20 years after Connelly's 1992 award-wining debut "The Black Echo," he is still...
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