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  • 3 great recipes for melon

    3 great recipes for melon
    It's June already, which means that the local farmers markets are already loaded with stone fruit, tomatoes, corn — and melons. Sure, you can just slice them up and eat them as-is, but if you want to get more creative, we found three excellent melon...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Cooking tips and three ideas for steak lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Cooking tips and three ideas for steak lovers
    The next time you're going to throw some steaks on the grill, take them out of the refrigerator to give them time to shake off the chill before cooking. "Tempering" the meat allows it to cook more evenly, so the inside can actually cook as the outside...
  • 4 cocktail recipes to start the weekend off right

    4 cocktail recipes to start the weekend off right
    Long week? Can't figure out what to fix for dinner? While you're figuring out the meal, may we suggest some cocktails to help you ring in the weekend? Sip on these ideas: Mucho Ultima's fresas mojito: Bright and lightly sweet, fresh strawberries —...
  • Strawberry ice cream, pure and simple

    Strawberry ice cream, pure and simple
    There is absolutely nothing wrong with most strawberry ice creams. Except that they probably would more accurately be described as ice creams with strawberries (not that there's anything wrong with that). But you can quite easily make a really delicious...
  • Secrets to becoming a fry master

    Secrets to becoming a fry master
    Done right, fried food is an art. Beyond creating a great crust, a dip in hot oil is perfect for keeping moisture in the food as it cooks, whether you're frying up a succulent batch of chicken, battered oysters or a sweet dessert. Properly fried foods...
  • Baltimore-area Asian groceries offer chance to change up meals at home

    Baltimore-area Asian groceries offer chance to change up meals at home
    Cooking a meal is one of the quickest and most enjoyable ways to immerse yourself in the culture of a different country without hopping on a plane. Getting to know the flavors, ingredients and cooking techniques embraced abroad provides insight that can't...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Blood Orange Cake recipe

    Test Kitchen bonus: Blood Orange Cake recipe
    The famed Coca-Cola cake recipe that dates back to the 1930s. And the lesser-known, but addictive, root beer barbecue sauce. But my colleagues in teh Chicago Tribune test kitchen thought it would be fun to create more up-to-date version using the new...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Gluten-free salmon ideas in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Gluten-free salmon ideas in an hour or less
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. Even if you have no intention of giving up gluten entirely, lighten it up a little with one of these tempting salmon recipes. Each can be ready, from start to finish, in an hour or less. Roasted salmon with red pepper...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Get grilling with quick steak, pork and chicken ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Get grilling with quick steak, pork and chicken ideas
    If the weather is great, why not enjoy it? Cook dinner outdoors tonight with these simple grilling ideas. From pork steaks to carne asada to grilled chicken salad, these ideas grill up quickly with little effort. Grilled pork steaks with fennel: This is...
  • You asked for it: Thai Iced Tea can easily double as dessert

    You asked for it: Thai Iced Tea can easily double as dessert
    Q: I recently tried my first Thai Tea from The Bol, inside Seminole Hard Rock. I am totally hooked on it. Any chance for the recipe or one similar? — Karen Kirwan, Plantation A:┬áThe Bol (1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, 954-585-5104,...
  • Chef Tim Hollingsworth puts years into his barbecued tri-tip

    Chef Tim Hollingsworth puts years into his barbecued tri-tip
    Tim Hollingsworth cooks tri-tip just like his father did, which is certainly not to suggest he cooks it the same way that his father did. After all, Hollingsworth is the chef at the new-wave barbecue joint Barrel & Ashes in Studio City as well as the...