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  • Eat green, stay lean

    We present recipes in our Health and Wellness themed-issue that are both healthy and delicious. Nature offers its best produce with lush verdant greens to tantalize our taste buds. What better idea than combining these vegetables available to us now to...
  • Recipe Finder | Tomato jam

    Recipe Finder | Tomato jam
    Helen Wallace of Hurley, N.Y., was looking for a recipe for tomato jam or preserves made with honey. Her mother made it in the 1950s, and Wallace doesn't know how she did it. Mary Feigley of Baltimore shared a recipe for making tomato jam with honey....
  • Recipe Finder: Peanut butter cake

    Gina Karwacki of Baltimore said that many years ago, her good friend's husband worked in the kitchen at Karson's Inn on Holabird Avenue in Dundalk. One of his favorite cakes was the peanut butter cake that was made there. Karwacki and her friend have been...
  • How Sweet It Is blogger has her own cookbook

    Jessica Merchant has achieved every food blogger's dream: an audience that averages 3.7 million readers a month and her own cookbook. The author of the How Sweet It Is blog (howsweeteats.com) has just released her first cookbook, "Seriously Delish."...
  • A talk with the author of 'The Southern Living Community Cookbook'

    Writers can find inspiration from just about anywhere. And if you are cookbook author Sheri Castle, and you happen to be asked by Southern Living to write about one of your favorite topics community cookbooks you know you've found gold. Just about...
  • Cook's Corner: New Amish pie cookbook takes the cake

    My grandmother had Pennsylvania Dutch roots, and as a child I spent a lot of summer days at my aunt and uncle's farm in the heart of Lancaster County. So I always approach an Amish cookbook with a blend of nostalgia and appreciation for the simple but...
  • Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Toast spices and nuts for flavor (and a recipe)

    Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Toast spices and nuts for flavor (and a recipe)
    When you want to add a little extra depth to a recipe, consider toasting the nuts or spices before adding them to a dish. Toasting helps to release the flavor and oils in the spices and nuts, lending depth and wonderfully rich flavor to a dish. Toast...
  • Chef John Sedlar continues the evolution of fusion cuisine

    Chef John Sedlar continues the evolution of fusion cuisine
    All restaurants, and their menus, evolve over time, just as their chefs do. Any serious chef working today is constantly bombarded by information and inspiration — from traveling, from reading magazines and newspapers and the Internet, from the...
  • Recipe Finder: Green tomato pie

    In the process of packing and moving, Jackie Commins of Redmond, Ore., lost her recipe for making green tomato pie. She was hoping someone could share one with her. Judith Nees of Waco, Texas, emailed me a recipe for a green tomato pie that she said...
  • The power of one: Cooking for solo diners

    The words, repeated day after day, week after week, can be frustrating: "Yield: 4 servings." "Yield: 6 to 8 servings." What about the many people who only need "Yield: 1 serving"? Cookbooks, online sources, food television and even newspaper food...
  • Garden questions: Can I compost in winter? How should I dry parsley?

    Garden questions: Can I compost in winter? How should I dry parsley?
    Q: I have a compost bin under my elevated porch that get no sun and I was wondering if I can use my compost bin in the winter. Also, I have several pots of parsley I would like to dry to use in the winter. Do you have any suggestions about the...