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  • A pint and a pie: Shepherd's pie recipe recalls cozy Irish pub meal

    A pint and a pie: Shepherd's pie recipe recalls cozy Irish pub meal
    "But it is dark in there," muttered my grandma skeptically as my mom opened the door to Durty Nelly's pub in Bunratty, Ireland 20 years ago. My grandma, mom and I, had traipsed across the Emerald Isle for nearly two weeks before we darkened the doorway of...
  • Video tip: Cleaning cactus paddles (and a bonus recipe)

    Video tip: Cleaning cactus paddles (and a bonus recipe)
    Fresh cactus paddles -- maybe you've seen them in the produce aisle. While not always common in supermarkets, the paddles are easily found in Latino markets, where they're known as nopales. The paddles may be prepared in a variety of ways (grilled,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Love it spicy? Three great ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Love it spicy? Three great ideas
    Do you like your dishes with more than a little heat? Do too many recipes out there suffer from a lack of spice? Check out each of these ideas, which is sure to provide ample spice in minimal time. And, of course, while they're guaranteed to have at least...
  • Wes Avila, from fine-dining track to fine Guerrilla Tacos off a truck

    Wes Avila, from fine-dining track to fine Guerrilla Tacos off a truck
    When Wes Avila was interviewing for a job at Le Comptoir, Gary Menes' temple of vegetable cookery, Menes asked him what his ultimate career goal was. "To be the best taquero in Los Angeles," Avila replied. And while it's impossible to say who is the...
  • For food of a region, drink wine of the region

     For food of a region, drink wine of the region
    This recipe is what the Poles would call bigos or kapusta (the former thicker than the latter's soupier texture), or what those who live in Alsace, France, would name their famed choucroute garnie — or close enough. (Many more pork cuts in a...
  • Kitchen gadget: The grain mill (and a bonus recipe)

    Kitchen gadget: The grain mill (and a bonus recipe)
    Have you ever considered milling your own flour? Whether you go for an inexpensive hand-cranked mill or a larger electric grinder, you'll find that you can vary the flavor and texture of breads, cakes and more when you grind your own grains. There are a...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 citrus salads keep it light for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 citrus salads keep it light for Meatless Monday
    Dinner doesn't get much easier than a basic salad, but why not dress it up with bright, fresh citrus? Slices of sweet tangerines or rich pink grapefruit, or segments of vibrant blood orange, can add just the right tang to a salad, not to mention added...
  • Family Meals Matter: Luck O' the Irish

    Family Meals Matter: Luck O' the Irish
    St. Patrick’s Day is a time to celebrate everyone’s Irish side. Don’t forget to wear some green or you might get pinched. Since March is also National Nutrition Month, you can Bite Into a Healthy Lifestyle all week long with recipes that...
  • 16 recipes to celebrate St. Patrick's Day

    16 recipes to celebrate St. Patrick's Day
    When it comes to St. Patrick's Day, we're all honorary Irish. From beer cocktails to classic Irish soda bread to corned beef and cabbage, we cover many of the recipes with which you might want to ring in the green Tuesday. Even if you don't really...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Deviled eggs three ways for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Deviled eggs three ways for Gluten-free Wednesday
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. And who doesn't love deviled eggs? Richly flavored, they're so simple to make: Halve some hard-boiled eggs and scoop out the yolks. Mash the yolks up, fold in a little sour cream or mayonnaise, a little mustard, some...
  • Wine: Forget the Nouveau — break out a bottle of Beaujolais cru

     Wine: Forget the Nouveau — break out a bottle of Beaujolais cru
    For a roast chicken, whether it's Judy Rodgers' classic Zuni chicken with Tuscan bread salad or a chicken with truffles or herbs tucked under the skin, Beaujolais cru is always a beautiful match. Made from the Gamay grape, Beaujolais cru has almost...