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  • Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries

    Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries
    Florida is the second largest strawberry producer in America. And Plant City is known as the “Winter Strawberry Capital of the World. The season for Florida strawberries is November through mid-March. Here are three recipes that capture the sweet-...
  • Test Kitchen tips: Preserved lemons

    Test Kitchen tips: Preserved lemons
    Introducing preserved lemons in her classic Moroccan cookbook, "Couscous and other Good Food from Morocco," Paula Wolfert wrote: "Preserved lemons, sold loose in the souks, are one of the indispensable ingredients of Moroccan cooking, used in fragrant...
  • Easy dinner recipes: One-dish ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: One-dish ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    Love a simple one-dish dinner solution? Hash is always a great option, especially when it comes to repurposing leftovers. Simply combine potatoes with the meat of your choice and flavor as desired. It's one-pan comfort food. Autumn vegetable hash:...
  • Video tip: How to cut up a chicken... and 14 recipes

    Video tip: How to cut up a chicken... and 14 recipes
    Whenever I buy chicken to cook or grill, I always go for the whole bird and cut it up myself. Whole birds can be much cheaper than pre-cut pieces -- often a fraction of the price -- and they're so easy to break down when you know what you're doing. If...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Salmon, veggie and more tempting burger ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Salmon, veggie and more tempting burger ideas
    Love a great burger? We've compiled a few of our favorite recipes, from a tempting salmon burger to an onion-lover's meaty cheeseburger and a veggie burger that will have even the most ardent meat-lovers eager for seconds. Check them out: Salmon...
  • Recipe: Chicken pot pie from Iron Rooster

    Snowy evenings are best enjoyed by a roaring fire with a big dish of something steamy and comforting — like the chicken pot pie from Iron Rooster in Annapolis. Executive Chef Aaron Musinski’s traditional take on the wintertime favorite is...
  • Weekend project: Homemade pretzels

    Weekend project: Homemade pretzels
    There's nothing like a really great pretzel. Freshly puffed and temptingly aromatic, they're the ones with the deep brown sheen that — if you're lucky — you get still warm, the large specks of salt catching the light just so as they're slid...
  • Updating the classic 'Silver Palate' dish chicken Marbella

     Updating the classic 'Silver Palate' dish chicken Marbella
    Chicken Marbella anchored dinner parties of the '80s. Pull on shoulder pads, dig in; feel all David Byrne. Frankly, I tangled with the trend three decades late. "You've never tried chicken Marbella?" Risa whispered, brows raised. "Where were you?" I...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three quinoa salad ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three quinoa salad ideas for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    Fan of quinoa? Perhaps not very familiar with it but curious? If you're looking for a great wheat-free alternative this Gluten-Free Wednesday, quinoa is a winner. A South American grain-like crop, quinoa has come to be recognized as a nutrient-dense...
  • Mediterranean flavors to enliven the palate in chicken recipe

     Mediterranean flavors to enliven the palate in chicken recipe
    Right now when the palate needs lightening from winter's heavy flavors, a hint of the Mediterranean sounds good. Here a quadruple threat of zesty lemon, lively white wine, piquant capers and aromatic fresh basil steps up to meet the challenge. Chicken...
  • Test Kitchen tip: Fresh vs. dried herbs and spices (and a recipe)

    Test Kitchen tip: Fresh vs. dried herbs and spices (and a recipe)
    So when should you use fresh herbs in a recipe? And when do you go for the dried? It can be a perplexing question, especially if the recipe is not specific. I usually use fresh herbs and spices in recipes where I need them to impart flavor quickly, such...