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  • Readers share their favorite fudge recipes

    Readers share their favorite fudge recipes
    Daley Question readers responded generously to my plea for help in finding a fudge recipe made with Nesquik, formerly known as Nestle Quik. ("Fudge recipes, Nestle-style," Daley Question, Feb. 18, 2015). Bob Smith wrote in from Wheat Ridge, Colo.,...
  • Traditional Spanish fare gets light-style adaptation

    Red bell peppers, chicken, sherry, onion and garlic are frequently used in Spanish cuisine. In keeping with today's trends, new and lighter recipes are evolving from traditional Spanish cooking. Here is my re-creation of an old Spanish favorite. The...
  • Getting a handle on proposed U.S. Dietary Guidelines

    It's time again to anticipate the release of a new set of official U.S. Dietary Guidelines. The guidelines, which inform federal food and nutrition education programs, are updated every five years. A government advisory committee submitted its report...
  • Cook's Corner: Kids' tastes go beyond grilled cheese, french fries and chicken nuggets

    My daughter often accompanied me when I used to review restaurants in South Florida for the Miami Herald, and she loved fresh snapper, particularly with a Key lime beurre blanc at Louie's Backyard in Key West. She ordered duck whenever it was on a menu,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great soups for cheese lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great soups for cheese lovers
    Isn't everything better with cheese? (Unless you're not a cheese person or can't handle dairy, in which case, we're very sorry.) For the rest of us, a there's nothing like a rich and cheesy soup on a cold night. And since it's actually cold outside...
  • Open, sesame seeds

    It was the Great Sesame Chicken Debacle of 1975. I'm guessing on the 1975 part. It was certainly around then. 1975-ish. At the time, my mother had decided, for reasons I never fully understood, to serve the same dish at every dinner party: sesame...
  • Easy Cioppino is a traditional San Francisco seafood stew

    I once went with a friend to San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf for lunch. I grew up as the daughter of a commercial airline pilot, which made it easy to taste the world on a whim. My children did not inherit the same travel benefits, but I like to...
  • Kitchen gadget: The mandoline ... and a recipe

    Kitchen gadget: The mandoline ... and a recipe
    Really nothing more than a flat tool fitted with an angled adjustable blade, the mandoline is one of the few gadgets and gizmos that is actually worth making space for in the kitchen. Mandolines save time. The compact slicer makes fast work of often time-...
  • Let dinner make itself with slow cooker

    You can cook just about anything in a slow cooker. That doesn't mean you should. But the slow cooker is kitchen appliance gold for those foods that are made better by a long, slow braise or just made more convenient to prepare with a hands-off technique....
  • Aged rice? You bet, and it makes the best risotto, chefs say

     Aged rice? You bet, and it makes the best risotto, chefs say
    After tasting a luscious rice frittata prepared by executive chef John Coletta of Quartino Ristorante in Chicago, and viewing an episode of "In Search of Perfection," in which England's Fat Duck chef Heston Blumenthal went nuts over developing the perfect...
  • Test Kitchen tip: Storing chocolate ... and a recipe

    Test Kitchen tip: Storing chocolate ... and a recipe
    If you happen to have a lot of chocolate lying around (and have the self-restraint not to eat it all at once), you might want to consider how to properly store it to keep it in prime shape. Store your chocolate in a cool, dry place -- we keep ours...