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  • Easy dinner recipes: Breakfast for dinner with these fun ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Breakfast for dinner with these fun ideas
    Are you one of those people who likes breakfast for dinner? Why should eggs, pancakes, muffins and scones be limited to mornings? Enjoy breakfast any time of the day with these tempting ideas. Croque-madame: La Dijonaise's take on this classic French...
  • 'The Slanted Door,' a new cookbook from the great Vietnamese restaurant (recipe)

    'The Slanted Door,' a new cookbook from the great Vietnamese restaurant (recipe)
    My copy of the new cookbook "The Slanted Door: Modern Vietnamese Food" is already thumbed and sauce-splattered. Charles Phan's first book, “Vietnamese Home Cooking” (2012), is terrific, but this is the book we've been waiting for, the one that...
  • The Edgy Veggie: 3 new cookbooks put vegetables at the center of our plates

    We all know fresh fruits and vegetables are good for us. What we don't always know is how to prepare them. And frankly, some of you (and you know who you are) haven't wanted to learn. Naughty, naughty. That's no longer an excuse, not with three new,...
  • A guide to greens

    A guide to greens
    Here's a vest-pocket guide to which green is which. Kale: Today's darling salad green has always been one of the best cooking greens. The flavor mellows nicely; the texture is tender. Befitting its star status, there are a variety of kales available...
  • Chase away post-holiday blues with a pot of long-simmered greens

    Chase away post-holiday blues with a pot of long-simmered greens
    And so we enter our greens days. When the weather turns damp and chilly, when a surfeit of holiday festivities has you feeling spent and lethargic, there is nothing like a pot of long-simmered greens to warm you and fill your empty spaces. My wife and I...
  • 10th anniversary edition of Ludo's 'Crave' cookbook: That fish photo, a recipe

    10th anniversary edition of Ludo's 'Crave' cookbook: That fish photo, a recipe
    Long before chef Ludo Lefebvre opened Petit Trois, Justin Timberlake's favorite bistro-as-counter, and Trois Mec, the swank restaurant disguised as a Raffallo's pizza joint, before he ran all those pop-ups, even before Bastide, he cooked at L'Orangerie...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries

    Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries
    Florida is the second largest strawberry producer in America. And Plant City is known as the “Winter Strawberry Capital of the World. The season for Florida strawberries is November through mid-March. Here are three recipes that capture the sweet-...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Sausage, Cheese and Herb Strata

    If you have 20 minutes to spare you can put together a breakfast casserole. All it takes is a little prep work, then assembly. Cover the casserole and refrigerate overnight and pop it in the oven in the morning. Stratas are time-savers because they are...
  • EatingWell: Green Chili and Goat Cheese Dip

    EatingWell: Green Chili and Goat Cheese Dip
    This creamy, cheesy dip is spiked with green chiles and smoky chipotle pepper. Be sure to drain the ricotta the day before you want to serve the dip. Serve with tortilla chips or crackers. Green Chili and Goat Cheese Dip Makes 24 servings (3 cups)....
  • Hermit cookie recipes for a snowy day

    Hermit cookie recipes for a snowy day
    Hermit cookies like his mother used to make — that was the reason Don Hildebrandt of Carol Stream wrote to the Daley Question, looking for a Chicago Tribune recipe from 1964. The recipe, from Mrs. Frances Flanagan of La Moille, Ill., was found and...
  • Test Kitchen tips: Preserved lemons

    Test Kitchen tips: Preserved lemons
    Introducing preserved lemons in her classic Moroccan cookbook, "Couscous and other Good Food from Morocco," Paula Wolfert wrote: "Preserved lemons, sold loose in the souks, are one of the indispensable ingredients of Moroccan cooking, used in fragrant...