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  • Summertime recipes perfect for picnics and barbecues

    The summer weather is finally here and we are all excited to head outside for warm weather picnics and barbecues. Here are some new and fun summertime recipes that are sure to become year round family favorites. "BUTTERMILK FRIED" CHICKEN (GFE —...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Pork tenderloin medallions are a quick grilling option

    Working with smaller cuts of meat is an easy way to get dinner on the table in a flash. But smaller cuts of pork or chicken packaged and labeled as cutlets often cost a bit more. One trick savvy shoppers know best is to skip packages of already cut and...
  • Cook's Corner: Caprese salad boasts Peruvian ingredients

    Such a great taste of fusion Peruvian superfood quinoa and distinctive aji amarillo chiles transform the traditional Italian salad of tomatoes and mozzarella known as Caprese. The recipe here is from La Mar at the Mandarin Oriental in Miami, which...
  • Signature Dish: Tangy Chicken Salad

    Claudia O'Hale's family loves some chicken salad. She has several variations that she serves in her Smithfield, N.C., home. This recipe, which appears in old cookbooks as "boiled chicken salad," is one of her family's favorites. O'Hale recounted a...
  • All about the trout

    How great are trout? They're so great that they are as pretty as a rainbow. Pull one out of the lake and slap it on a hot, greased skillet and there is nothing better. Some of the fanciest restaurants around are proud to serve trout that came from...
  • Busy working mom offers make-ahead cooking tips

     Busy working mom offers make-ahead cooking tips
    With two daughters and a full-time job as a special education teacher at Washington Middle School in the West Aurora School District, Jill Zine, 52, needs to keep organized. The Aurora resident has become an expert in the art of making things ahead of...
  • You asked for it: Cream cheese pie recipe is 'the bomb'

    You asked for it: Cream cheese pie recipe is 'the bomb'
    Q: In a recent column, you gave Betty Anckonic of Tamarac a no-bake cheesecake [recipe]. Well, I have a fantastic recipe. Would you please give it to her? — Rhoda Schneider, Boynton Beach A: Any recipe that has "The Bomb" in the title piques my...
  • Going Places: Diana Henry likes a good culinary adventure

    Diana Henry had a degree from Oxford, a great job at the BBC and the promise of a golden future. But when she turned 30, curiosity got the best of her. She took a leave to attend a course at Leiths School of Food and Wine and remembers standing proudly...
  • You asked for it: Pelican Landing's Lettuce wraps have 'layers of flavors'

    You asked for it: Pelican Landing's Lettuce wraps have 'layers of flavors'
    Q: We recently had dinner at Pelican Landing in Fort Lauderdale. The grilled pork belly lettuce wraps were out of this world. Could you please get the recipe? — Bob Mazal, Fort Lauderdale A: Pelican Landing (2301 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-...
  • Tofu: From stir fry to dessert

    Tofu is considered the staff of life in the Asian culture. It is a staple in China and Japan. As a full protein it is a good source of Vitamin C and Calcium. Moderate consumption of tofu complements legume and grain choices in the diet. Tofu can be...
  • Quinoa, lentil, vegetable and more: 11 lettuce-free salads

    Quinoa, lentil, vegetable and more: 11 lettuce-free salads
    Love salad but tired of all those greens? Now you can have your salads lettuce-free with recipes revolving around quinoa, lentils, garbanzo beans, seasonal vegetables and more with these ideas, ready in an hour or less: Shaved asparagus with mushrooms...