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  • 1918 'Loyalty Bread' recipe

    Q: My great-grandmother, after whom I am named, was born in Chicago and resided there all her life. She was skilled at several crafts including candy making. Among my grandmother's things was found a letter from the Tribune which my father gave to me....
  • How 'bout them apples?

    The traditional foods we eat during Jewish holidays have been reflecting and celebrating each season since long before "seasonal produce" was even a thought, let alone a "trend." (Let's not forget that once upon a time, "seasonal" was all there was.) From...
  • Straub's Lobster Bisque recipe

    Straub's Lobster Bisque recipe
    Yield: 8 servings 1/2 gallon milk 1/2 cup lobster base (available in supermarkets and gourmet stores) 1 (11.3-ounce) can frozen Maine lobster meat (available in seafood markets) or the equivalent amount of fresh Florida lobster 1 1/2 teaspoons...
  • Build a better brownie

    Along with death, taxes and Meryl Streep landing another Oscar nomination, add this to the "life's certainties" pile: the spontaneous "Omigod" that follows a first bite into a Palm Beach Brownie. All of the standard brownie superlatives are inadequate...
  • Cook's Corner: Cheesecake brownie recipe replicates a Starbucks favorite

    Q. Do you have the recipe for Chicken Salisbury Steak? It is a very good recipe that I lost. Thank you. Arlene Appel A. I think of TV dinners old-school, 1960s-style, on foil trays when I see the term Salisbury steak. Frankly, even in its most appalling...
  • Gem squash just the right size to enjoy single serving

    Little gems, that's what they are. And Suzanne Zipperer thinks more people ought to be able to enjoy them. Zipperer met up with her first gem squash in Zimbabwe, where she lived from 1980 to 1987. "I was traveling in Africa and I ran out of money,"...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Pork Chop Suey

    This stir-fry recipe benefits from two hours of marinating and two ingredients: garlic and soy sauce. Using soy sauce (reduced sodium preferred) helps tenderize and add flavor to the pork. The short marinating time works because the pork pieces are cut...
  • The legacy of Marcella Hazan

    The legacy of Marcella Hazan
    When Marcella Hazan died a year ago at age 89, Christiane Amanpour described her to CNN viewers as "one remarkable woman" who "set the dining room table, and the tastes, for millions of Italian food lovers." Hazan did so by vigorously extolling —...
  • Easy (after) dinner recipes: Three sweet treats for Friday

    Easy (after) dinner recipes: Three sweet treats for Friday
    It's Friday. You've made it. Celebrate with these tempting dessert recipe ideas: Julienne's graham cracker chewy bars: These delicious little bars combine a dense graham cracker base with a velvety custard filling rich with brown sugar and chopped...
  • Don't soak your dried beans! Now even the cool kids agree

    Are you still soaking dried beans? Why?  For years I’ve been telling people that you don’t need to soak most beans. Now the cool kids are agreeing. Yesterday my old e-friend, J. Kenji Lopez-Alt, published on Serious Eats his findings on...
  • The Kitchn: Balsamic Marinated Stuffed Flank Steak

    The Kitchn: Balsamic Marinated Stuffed Flank Steak
    TheKitchn.com Flank steak is a fairly popular cut of beef, and for good reason -- it's flavorful, inexpensive, and incredibly versatile! Unfortunately, I've had my fair share of tough ones over the years; the lean meat almost seems to overcook if you...