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  • Revel in chocolate desserts resonating with Passover themes

    (JTA) — Toss the potato starch and matzah meal — serve delectable desserts this Passover made from chocolate. These desserts, especially if using fair trade or organic chocolate, further awareness of the themes of Passover. They remind us...
  • Apple crisp recipe lost, but here are some alternatives

    Apple crisp recipe lost, but here are some alternatives
    Q: About 30 or more years ago there was a recipe in the Tribune for Oatmeal Raisin Apple Crisp. I made it for my four children for breakfast all the time and they loved it. I have since lost the recipe and they're still asking for it. Would it be possible...
  • Potato salad for Passover

    Potato salad for Passover
    Q: I had the pleasure of attending a conference at the Boca Raton Resort & Club and one of the side items on the lunch buffet was a roasted sweet potato, apple and almond salad. It was delicious and would make a great side dish for holidays. Any chance...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Great Meatless Monday ideas for cheese lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Great Meatless Monday ideas for cheese lovers
    It's Meatless Monday. Love cheese? Have we got great ideas for you. El Cholo's chiles rellenos: These chiles rellenos, from one of Los Angeles' most venerable Mexican restaurants, have an avid following all their own. The trick with that extra-fluffy...
  • Which famous recipe for roast chicken is the best?

    Julia Child used to say that you can judge the quality of a restaurant by its roast chicken. Her point: It's so simple, with just a few ingredients. But there are endless ways to do it. How well you can execute that one dish shows a lot about what kind...
  • Soup recipes that invite tinkering

    Soup recipes that invite tinkering
    After a half-dozen vegan cookbooks, Mark Reinfeld hasn't run out of ideas. His latest winner, "Soup's On! More Than 100 Quick and Easy Recipes for Every Season" (Da Capo, $17.99), is the fourth in his "30-Minute Vegan" series. Reinfeld looks at his...
  • A touch of smoke for Easter ham

    A touch of smoke for Easter ham
    Smoke and cured meats made an indelible impact on my childhood. I often ventured onto Gram's enclosed back porch to escape the cigarette smoke from the elders. There, I reveled in the enticing wood aromas coming from the brick smokehouse at the bottom...
  • Cook's Corner: Chimichurri gives salmon a peppery bite

    You wouldn't normally associate chimichurri with salmon, but the peppery bite of this arugula-kissed version pairs wonderfully with the fish and of course is a great accent to grilled flavors. The recipe is from Verlasso salmon, the only ocean farmed...
  • Hone your knife skills with these recipes

    FETTUCINE PRIMAVERA Serves: 6 Preparation time: 15 minutes Total time: 30 minutes Practice your chiffonade and fine chopping skills with the herbs and vegetables in this recipe. This quintessential springtime pasta includes lots and lots of fresh...
  • Addictive chocolate-covered matzoh

    Gilda Weinfeld from Pikesville said that last year during Passover, an acquaintance sent her some homemade chocolate-covered matzoh. She said it was absolutely delicious, and when she called her friend to thank her for the gift she asked for the recipe &#...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Deviled eggs and more for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Deviled eggs and more for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    It's Gluten-Free Wednesday. And who doesn't love deviled eggs? Richly flavored, they're so simple to make: Halve some hard-boiled eggs and scoop out the yolks. Mash the yolks up, fold in a little sour cream or mayonnaise, a little mustard, some...