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  • Foraging for Flavor: A grand journey into Maryland seafood

    Foraging for Flavor: A grand journey into Maryland seafood
    Mary Lou Baker has been writing for area magazines, the visitor's bureau and The Capital for decades. Much of her work is related to food, travel and tourism. And now she has written a book about Maryland's best destinations for local seafood, aptly...
  • Mindy Segal shares her obsession in new cookbook 'Cookie Love'

     Mindy Segal shares her obsession in new cookbook 'Cookie Love'
    Mindy Segal has this great look she gives you, a look that says "What are you, a *#%$ idiot?" It is her default look, and pretty adaptable: She can deliver it with a smile, or a frown, with an air of puzzlement, or a hint of generosity. It is a reassuring...
  • Diving into farmed fish: Aquaculture promising solution to supply seafood to a hungry planet

    "Depending on where you live, there is no industrial hunting anymore," says Aaron McNevin, Director of Aquaculture for the World Wildlife Fund, a global nonprofit conservation organization. Large buffalo herds no longer roam the prairie, and wild fish...
  • Big Jones chef cooks up colorful, regional Southern dishes in new cookbook

     Big Jones chef cooks up colorful, regional Southern dishes in new cookbook
    Reezy-peezy is a funny name for a restaurant dish. Visiting Paul Fehribach's Big Jones restaurant a few years ago, we ordered the reezy-peezy because we liked the sing-songy sound of it. In his just-published "The Big Jones Cookbook" (University of...
  • One-pot meal recipes to cut down on dishes

    When I was working full-time as a reporter and I was out in the community, very often at night meetings, people would always ask me how I had the time to cook so much. Back in those days, I really wasn't cooking that much. My husband worked a lot of...
  • Lost pasta brand sparks Test Kitchen pot-boiler to find best dried spaghetti

    Lost pasta brand sparks Test Kitchen pot-boiler to find best dried spaghetti
    For a busy weekday cook, having a good dried spaghetti in the pantry is about 90% of having dinner made. Dress it with butter and Parmigiano Reggiano, or chopped fresh tomatoes and olive oil, and you have a memorable meal with little more than the time...
  • Family Meals Matter: Quick recipes help reduce stress

    Family Meals Matter: Quick recipes help reduce stress
    We’ve assembled more of our favorite recipes that require just 15-20 minutes of preparation time. Remember to choose foods and activities every month of the year that will reduce your level of stress, improve your mood, and promote a healthy...
  • Turn up the heat with hot and spicy stir-fried shrimp

    Stir-fry some shrimp with hot pepper sauce, garlic, ginger and lemongrass for a succulent, quick, Thai-flavored dinner. Lemongrass is the secret to the flavors in this dish. It adds a tang like that of lemon or lime and is one of the most important...
  • Ask the Test Kitchen: Cooking and storing pasta

    QUESTION: What is the best way to refrigerate cooked pasta? How long will it last? Ann Seeloff, Lake Orion, Mich. ANSWER: Store plain (no sauce or other ingredients) cooked pasta in a container or plastic sealable bag in the refrigerate for up to...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Chicken Cordon Bleu

    When looking for different ways to prepare chicken breast, stuffing them with cheese and deli meats is a great option. Chicken breasts are pounded thin (or you can slice them in half horizontally), and then a slice of ham and cheese is placed on top....
  • Tea leaves and brewed tea add unique flavors to variety of recipes

    Annelies Zijderveld was working in marketing for California-based Mighty Leaf Tea Co. when she realized that tea was much more than a beverage. One afternoon, while working on a description for a shade-grown Japanese green tea called Gyokuro,...