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  • Getting schooled on lunch

    Getting schooled on lunch
    In a blink, it will all be over. The leisurely mornings. The trips to the beach. The too-late bedtimes delayed by ice cream and game nights and movies under the stars. Soon it'll be the return of backpacks and homework and, of course, the scramble to...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Spicy Korean Pork Skewers

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week:  Spicy Korean Pork Skewers
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Spicy Korean Pork Skewers....
  • As figs ripen, simple recipes come to full fruit in anticipation

    As figs ripen, simple recipes come to full fruit in anticipation
    The fig tree in my backyard is close to producing its first real crop since I planted it four years ago. I've been watching its progress anxiously. Every morning before I go to work, I walk by and give one fig a gentle squeeze to see if it's ready yet....
  • Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners

    Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners
    Shakers Cafe in Orlando's College Park has new owners. Sunny Nelson, owner of Shakers Cafe in College Park near downtown Orlando, sold her restaurant last week. The new owners plan to keep the eatery much the same so the sale may not seem obvious to those...
  • Tips for making a wood-fired pizza

    Tips for making a wood-fired pizza
    Here are some of the tips that I learned while perfecting my KettlePizza technique. Use charcoal briquettes rather than lump charcoal, and use a lot of them. Briquettes don't burn as hot as the lump, but they burn longer. You'll need two to three...
  • KettlePizza, customized, turns grill into a pie-making dream oven

    KettlePizza, customized, turns grill into a pie-making dream oven
    Lives there a cook whose heart beats so cold that he has not entertained dreams of building a wood-fired pizza oven in his backyard? Not in my house. Just imagine summer evenings with friends gathered around the fire, shoveling in custom pizza after...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 refreshing no-cook salads in 20 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 refreshing no-cook salads in 20 minutes or less
    Keep your kitchen cool tonight with these quick and simple no-cook ideas. Bright, colorful and easy to prepare, you can make these salads in just about no time. Smoked chicken and cantaloupe salad: Arugula, shredded smoked or rotisserie chicken (use...
  • Easy dinner recipes: 3 no-cook salads and soups to beat the summer heat

    Easy dinner recipes: 3 no-cook salads and soups to beat the summer heat
    Beat the heat tonight and keep your kitchen cool with these refreshing dinner ideas: Crab salad with cucumber: Fresh chunks of crabmeat are tossed with a bright lemon vinaigrette, then layered with very thinly sliced cucumber on a plate. It's a...
  • Nancy Silverton's short order for a dinner party time crunch: help

    Nancy Silverton's short order for a dinner party time crunch: help
    Last month, my friend Phil Rosenthal, creator and producer of the television show "Everybody Loves Raymond," came to my little town in Italy to film an episode of his new travel-food show, "I'll Have What Phil's Having." Among the daily activities and...
  • Low and slow grilled chicken

    Low and slow grilled chicken
    Chicken on a bedspring. The only summer camp meal I care to remember. The novelty of utilizing the metal bedsprings as a rack over the fire redeemed a nasty week of mosquito bites and homesick blues. The aroma and flavors from cooking over hardwood...
  • What is tamarind, and how do I eat it?

    What is tamarind, and how do I eat it?
    Q: I feel ignorant about tamarind. There are two tamarind things I love: the tamarind sauce I've had in Indian restaurants, and the Jarritos brand tamarind-flavored soda made in Mexico. What else can you tell me about where the ingredient comes from and...