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  • Recipe Exchange: Apple case, Welsh rarebit

    LOOKING FOR Gladys Knechel of Bethlehem is looking for a lasagna recipe that was on a pasta company's box years ago. "The recipe contained a meatball recipe for the lasagna and sauce made with canned tomatoes and tomato paste," Gladys says. She is...
  • Paniscia recipe: Risotto with sausage and beans

     Paniscia recipe: Risotto with sausage and beans
    Paniscia. The word sat at the top of the menu's short list of first courses. What's this strange word? A pasta shape? I had to know. It is a specialty risotto of the area, explained the waiter at Ristorante Monteariolo, a small place down a narrow...
  • Austrian pancakes: Perfect recipe for novices

     Austrian pancakes: Perfect recipe for novices
    On a recent vacation to Austria, I was bombarded with memories of my paternal grandparents. Everywhere we traveled, we encountered the bacons and sausages my grandfather cured in his smokehouse and the sweets my gram made so lovingly in their Chicago...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Love it spicy? We have 3 great ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Love it spicy? We have 3 great ideas
    Do you like your dishes with more than a little heat? Do too many recipes out there suffer from a lack of spice? We're here to help. Each of these ideas comes together in about an hour or less. And, of course, while they are guaranteed to have at least...
  • Barbara Tropp, interpreter of Chinese cooking

    Barbara Tropp, interpreter of Chinese cooking
    Barbara Tropp helped interpret Chinese food for the American home cook through two esteemed cookbooks, classes and a successful, nationally renowned San Francisco restaurant called China Moon Cafe. She also worked to improve conditions for women in the...
  • The Kitchn: Baked Macaroni and Cheese with Spinach and Red Peppers

    TheKitchn.com We've reached that golden time of year when hearty casseroles and warm cheesy things are starting to sound like a good idea again. Put this casserole on your list -- it's a vegetable-filled riff on baked macaroni and cheese that doesn't...
  • The Kitchn: Chai Sweet Potato Cupcakes

    TheKitchn.com Cinnamon and pumpkin spice have been reigning as the King and Queen of Fall for some time now, but one of my personal favorite combinations is the mix of spices found in masala chai tea. These flavors seem to embody fall to me, and they...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Chicken chopped salad in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Chicken chopped salad in an hour or less
    Looking for something crisp and refreshing? Not overly heavy and easy to prepare? Salads are the perfect one-dish meal any time of year. Bluewater Grill's chicken chopped salad: Consider a chicken chopped salad with avocado vinaigrette. Avocado lends...
  • Fight cancer by eating healthy

    Editor's note: In this week's annual breast cancer awareness issue, we feature whole wheat recipes that are both healthy and delicious. We had a guest over this past week who, with a mouthful of a date-sweetened, whole wheat blueberry muffin, turned to...
  • Recipe: Cheater's Lasagna with Italian Sausage

    Many folks want recipes that don't require a laundry list of ingredients and are quick to pull together. Lasagna is typically not one of those dishes. But today's recipe for Cheater's Lasagna is. What makes this unique and quick is using large store-...
  • Take a culinary trip to the wonders of Myanmar

    To understand why Burmese food is my favorite cuisine in the world, all you have to do is look at a map. Burma, which is now known as Myanmar, is nestled cozily between Thailand, China and India. Think of what this means for Burmese food. Though it has a...