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  • Easy dinner recipes: Meatless Monday quesadillas in 30 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Meatless Monday quesadillas in 30 minutes or less
    Dinner doesn't get much better -- or simpler -- than quesadillas. Melt some cheese over a warm tortilla, add an extra filling or two, and you're good to go. Quesadillas stuffed with greens and feta: In this variation, tortillas are stuffed with...
  • Warm up your flavors with a taste of roasted garlic

    It was one of those subzero Minnesota evenings that this eternal winter handed us in soul-crushing abundance. In an attempt to bright-side the weather look, it's a starry night my husband and I decided to pile on the Thinsulate and walk the 11 blocks to...
  • Cook's Corner: What to do with that rose cake pan?

    Q: I have a rose cake pan, but no recipe for using it. Can you help? Antoinette Rader, Davie, Fla. A: The rose shape cake pan is simply a riff on the Bundt pan, so you can use any recipe suitable for a tube or a Bundt. For those unfamiliar with the pan,...
  • Surprise-inside cakes reveal success for food blogger

    We like surprises, but rarely when it comes to what we eat. Amanda Rettke's cakes might change that attitude. Her cakes look conventional until you cut a slice, revealing the surprise shape inside. It could be a bumblebee or a football, a candle or a...
  • Spring for salads, but make healthy choices of ingredients

    Whether you want to enjoy a salad at your favorite restaurant, breeze through a salad bar for a quick and nutritious lunch, or stock your fridge and pantry so you can make a bountiful salad at home, one thing is for sure: Now is the time to do it....
  • Meatloaf convert changes things up

    Meatloaf convert changes things up
    The new crop of young restaurant chefs really pushes the culinary envelope. They are way into all aspects of their craft, from growing the food to making everything from butter to vinegar to pickles. I'm especially fond of the homemade charcuterie —...
  • Celebrate National Paella Day with a recipe from Orlando's Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant

    Celebrate National Paella Day with a recipe from Orlando's Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant
    Today is National Paella Day. Spanish cooks describe paella (pie-AY-yuh) as one of the glories of Spanish cuisine. The dish consists of saffron-flavored rice, usually cooked in a single dish with poultry, sausage and seafood. Ceviche Tapas Bar &...
  • THE KITCHN: Theater Steak with Mushrooms, Onions and Grilled Bread

    TheKitchn.com Classics stick around for good reason, and Marion Cunningham's retro Theater Steak is proof that a one-dish dinner can be downright delicious. While it's easy to turn to Pinterest for new recipes these days, I think the best ideas still...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Best Caesar salad ever? Check out these options

    Easy dinner recipes: Best Caesar salad ever? Check out these options
    Love a great Caesar salad? Each of these salads is considered a favorite by readers who wrote in requesting the recipe from our Culinary SOS column. You decide. American Fish's Caesar salad: Max Randall of Woodland Hills wrote that "I dined at...
  • Carla Hall takes you on a culinary tour

    Carla Hall takes you on a culinary tour
    Carla Hall wants people to travel the globe in their kitchens — and creative use of seasonings is the ticket. Her latest book, "Carla's Comfort Foods," promises (in the words of the front flap) to turn "your favorite go-to dish into a culinary...
  • Recipe finder | Baltimore City Schools sticky buns

    Barbra Katz Rosenberg from Baltimore, a frequent contributor to this column, was seeking the recipe for the sticky buns that were served in the cafeterias at many Baltimore City schools back in the '60s. She said before her family moved to Baltimore...