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  • Recipe Finder | Green tomato pie

    Recipe Finder | Green tomato pie
    In the process of packing and moving, Jackie Commins of Redmond, Ore., lost her recipe for making green tomato pie. She was hoping someone could share one with her. Judith Nees of Waco, Texas, emailed me a recipe for a green tomato pie that she said...
  • Recipe Exchange: Goulaschsuppe, apple cake, Welsh rarebit

    LOOKING FOR Sharon Moll of Kempton is looking for recipes for Pumpkin Roll and Jell-O Cake. FOUND Phyllis Ackerman of Red Hill sent in an Apple Cake recipe for Linda Quier of Orefield. "This apple cake recipe might not be the one Linda is looking...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Paella makes a perfect one-dish meal

    Easy dinner recipes: Paella makes a perfect one-dish meal
    Paella's always a perfect choice when you want to dazzle dinner guests but don't want to spend all your time in the kitchen. Many versions can be made ahead of time, giving you ample time to enjoy your company as well as the meal. Arroz con chorizo y...
  • National Chocolate Day: Get your fix with 11 recipes for brownies, cookies, more

    National Chocolate Day: Get your fix with 11 recipes for brownies, cookies, more
    Whether you're into milk chocolate candy bars, chocolate-covered nuts or dark chocolate bark, chocolate of all varieties should be celebrated and enjoyed daily. And just so we can call our obsession with cocoa official, Tuesday is National Chocolate Day....
  • Southern banana pudding goes way beyond the box

    Banana pudding. What does that term mean to you? If you're not from the South, it might conjure up an image of an instant pudding box featuring a clip-art banana bunch and an ingredients list that includes artificial flavorings and Yellow No. 5. That'...
  • Quest for a perfect pizza starts in your kitchen

    It's one food that kids and adults will always agree on: pizza. Blame the gooey cheese, that cracker-thin (or thick and chewy) crust or a smattering of toppings that makes each pie unique. Whatever it is about pizza that we can't get enough of, embrace...
  • Recipe Finder: Sweet potato pie

    Joyce Lindsay of Baltimore wrote in search of a good recipe for a sweet potato pie. She was hoping to make one for Thanksgiving or Christmas this year but no longer has a recipe. Constance Methvin, also of Baltimore, shared her recipe for making sweet...
  • Your Signature Dish: Queen Elizabeth's Drop Scones

    Elaine Szlosberg of Raleigh shared her recipe for Queen Elizabeth's Drop Scones, which has a fascinating history. As Szlosberg noted in her letter: "The queen served tea to General Eisenhower at Balmoral. He requested the recipe and she sent it to him."...
  • Pumpin' up the pumpkin � and making more than pie

    Behold the pumpkin, plump harbinger of autumn, a bright-orange beacon for us all to blah blah blah, yada yada yada. Look, I was going to write a nice story about pumpkin, everybody's favorite winter squash, a gourd that is beloved in both pie and jack-o'...
  • Cook's Corner: Batch Gastropub's Korean-style barbecue pizza can be cooked at home

    A reader asks: Can you get the recipe for the Korean pizza at Batch Gastropub in Miami's Brickell neighborhood? A: We got it. However, the restaurant recipe is a little different they use pork belly cracklings rather than bacon, for example but this is a...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Pork Tacos with Pico de Gallo

    Tacos are time-starved cooks' best friends. They are easy to put together, make use of any leftovers, beef or poultry, and are kid-friendly. This recipe uses leftover pork from a pork loin. You can reheat the pork loin and shred or cube it. The highlight...