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  • Easy dinner recipes: Three chicken ideas in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Three chicken ideas in an hour or less
    When you're looking for easy dinner ideas, you can't go wrong with chicken. It pairs well with almost any flavoring and can be cooked in so many ways. These great ideas come together in an hour or less: Chicken and orzo with lemon and olives: This...
  • 25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Candied fruit and citrus peel

    25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Candied fruit and citrus peel
    Candied citrus peel, glacé cranberries and spirit-soaked fruits are easy to make and are thoughtful gifts for the home baker. They require some planning as well as, for the peel, overnight drying time. For mixed peels, select two or more varieties of...
  • 6 of the year's best baking books, plus Dorie Greenspan's matcha financier recipe

    6 of the year's best baking books, plus Dorie Greenspan's matcha financier recipe
    2014 has been a pretty fantastic year for baking books, with bakers and pastry chefs here in Los Angeles and around the country publishing books that are both pretty to look at and surprisingly user-friendly. These books also, perhaps needless to say,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: It's Friday! Celebrate with crab cakes

    Easy dinner recipes: It's Friday! Celebrate with crab cakes
    It's Friday. Why not celebrate with crab cakes? It's almost pointless ordering a main course at a restaurant when you can make a meal off of an appetizer plate of these delights. And they're just as easy to make at home, coming together -- start to finish...
  • 25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Prunes in Armagnac

    25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Prunes in Armagnac
    Pack a batch of cookbook author Paula Wolfert's prunes in Armagnac into a Mason jar. (Awesome over vanilla ice cream or crepes.) They'll be ready to eat in two weeks: You can include that on the "don't-open-until-Christmas" card. Prunes soaked in...
  • Holiday project: Homemade eggnog with creative variations

    Holiday project: Homemade eggnog with creative variations
    You're handed a glass of a familiar holiday drink, and a deliciously unfamiliar aroma greets you: toasted coconut with hints of Tahitian vanilla, cinnamon and Jamaican allspice. You raise the glass to your lips and are surprised by the satiny texture --...
  • 25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Chocolate bouchons

    25 homemade holiday gift recipes: Chocolate bouchons
    The perfect gift for the chocolate lover: bouchons. Thomas Keller's recipe for bouchons is built with a cup of cocoa powder and 6 ounces of chopped chocolate -- and twice that amount of melted butter. The bouchons turn out of their tins like oversize...
  • EatingWell: A lighter take on cassoulet

    EatingWell: A lighter take on cassoulet
    A classic cassoulet recipe is made with a variety of fatty meats like duck confit and pork sausage and cooked over the course of multiple days. This healthy cassoulet recipe is streamlined and lightened up with the use of pork shoulder, turkey kielbasa...
  • Utica greens: A regional Italian-American gem that transforms escarole

     Utica greens: A regional Italian-American gem that transforms escarole
    The melting pot, once a staple of the social-studies classroom, has been retired. And a good thing too. Our regional cuisines, stewed together, would yield a mess. Better to dine at the Great Smorgasbord. To wit: Utica greens. Menus in Utica, N.Y.,...
  • Recipe Finder | One-pot spaghetti

    Recipe Finder | One-pot spaghetti
    Vivian Hyatt of Bel Air was looking for a recipe for spaghetti and sauce that is made in just one pot. She said that when she was in junior high school in the late 1960s, this was one of the dishes students learned how to prepare in her home economics...
  • Pillsbury Bake-Off: I judged, now you get to help choose the top winner

    Pillsbury Bake-Off: I judged, now you get to help choose the top winner
    For the first time ever, America will help select the $1 million grand prize winning recipe in the Pillsbury Bake-Off. The winner will be announced on ABC’s “The Chew” Dec. 3. The 100 finalists competed at the 47th Bake-Off Contest in...