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  • The Kitchn: Red Lentil Soup

    TheKitchn.com Lentil soup is comforting, simple and easy to throw together with the bare minimum of ingredients. It's my go-to when I want something hearty but healthy, when my body needs a reset from a spate of indulgent eating, or when I'm tasked...
  • The Kitchn: Chai Tea Cookies

    TheKitchn.com While glossy sugar cookies and stylish Christmas bars get the glamour shots during holiday cookie season, my heart belongs to the quieter cookies, the buttery yet simple ones that are meant to lie beside a cup of afternoon tea and join...
  • From Firebox: Grilled Oysters And An 'Italian Garden' Cocktail

    From Firebox: Grilled Oysters And An 'Italian Garden' Cocktail
    Looking to impress your holiday guests? Greater Hartford-area restaurants show you how to make professional-quality appetizers and cocktails in your own kitchen. This pairing comes from the pros at Firebox in Hartford. See the entire series, with...
  • Thanksgiving video tips: Homemade meringue 101, and a recipe for pie

    Thanksgiving video tips: Homemade meringue 101, and a recipe for pie
    Really nothing more than a combination of egg whites and sugar whipped to frothy peaks, meringue is a simple but key player in a variety of baking and pastry recipes. Use it as a topping, gracing lemon or Key lime pies, or maybe spread it over a cake...
  • How to choose, prep and cook winter squash

    How to choose, prep and cook winter squash
    Q: At a farmers market in Brooklyn, I was recently persuaded to go beyond butternut squash and experiment. Can you help me understand how winter squash differs from summer squash? Could you offer preparation ideas for celebration squash? — Cara...
  • Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes

    Baltimore chefs share holiday recipes
    A home-cooked holiday meal means something different for every family. We all have our favorites, from the stuffing only Mom makes the right way to green beans with onion straws that must come from a can. Here, five local chefs share recipes for the foods...
  • Thanksgiving video tips: Peeling small onions, and a recipe for glazed onions

    Thanksgiving video tips: Peeling small onions, and a recipe for glazed onions
    Many people avoid using pearl and other small onions because of the daunting fact that the onions have to be peeled. Peeled like regular onions, a bowl of these could take an hour. But there’s a simple way to peel these tasty little guys, and the...
  • Easy dinner recipes: No-work cioppino and more hearty gluten-free dishes

    Easy dinner recipes: No-work cioppino and more hearty gluten-free dishes
    Craving a hearty one-dish meal? These (which happen to be gluten-free) are bound to warm you up on a chilly night. Ciopinot's "no work" cioppino: It may take a little work prepping the ingredients, but Ciopinot's take on this classic contains a lot of...
  • Our Holiday Cookie Bake-Off voting begins now!

    Our Holiday Cookie Bake-Off voting begins now!
    Our fifth annual Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off is happening now. Bakers have submitted their favorite recipes for cookies, bars, crisps and more, and now it's your turn to vote for your favorites.  The top 50 cookies will be made at Le...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday
    Craving something comforting? You can't go wrong with a rich gratin, dressing or tortino -- not to mention that they're perfect for Meatless Monday. Check out these ideas: Polenta gratin with mushrooms and Fontina: Cook polenta the easy way using this...
  • Thanksgiving video tips: 'Deglazing' 101 and a recipe for turkey gravy

    Thanksgiving video tips: 'Deglazing' 101 and a recipe for turkey gravy
    When meats or vegetables are sautéed, seared or roasted, they leave behind browned bits stuck to the bottom of the pan. These browned bits can contain an amazing amount of flavor, and are often used to enhance the flavoring of the dish being cooked (say,...