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  • Mastering the art of deglazing a pan with steak au poivre

    One of the main reasons carnivores love meat is because of its depth of flavor. And the easiest way to magnify that flavor is to brown the meat. For those of you into science, this is called the Maillard reaction, after the French chemist who first...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Citrus-Glazed Salmon with Spinach

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Citrus-Glazed Salmon with Spinach
    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 Citrus-Glazed Salmon with...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three simple ideas for shrimp lovers

    Easy dinner recipes: Three simple ideas for shrimp lovers
    Love shrimp? If you can't get enough of America's favorite shellfish, check out these tempting recipe ideas: Peel 'n' eat shrimp: If you don't mind getting your hands dirty at dinner, you can't go wrong with the peel 'n' eat shrimp recipe David Lentz of...
  • Test Kitchen video tip: Roasting garlic 101 ... and a recipe

    Test Kitchen video tip: Roasting garlic 101 ... and a recipe
    Roasted garlic: It's one of the most amazing flavors in the kitchen. Add it to soups and stews, whisk it into a vinaigrette or tomato sauce, brush it onto grilled steaks, use it to lend extra flavor to your secret recipe for mashed potatoes. Or simply rub...
  • Valentine's Day: 43 great recipes for two

    Valentine's Day: 43 great recipes for two
    So you’re planning a romantic dinner at home for Valentine’s Day. Whether this is your first time cooking for someone new, or you’ve celebrated with the same person for years, this is one meal you probably (hopefully) want to be special....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three garbanzo bean salads for Gluten-Free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Three garbanzo bean salads for Gluten-Free Wednesday
    It's Wednesday. You know what that means. An opportunity to change your diet to eliminate gluten for a day. These salads are unconditionally delicious, and you might never guess they're gluten-free. Chickpea salad with chorizo: Whether you call them...
  • Test Kitchen tip: Mise en place ... and a recipe

    Test Kitchen tip: <i>Mise en place</i> ... and a recipe
    Mise en place is a French cooking term meaning "everything in its place," and it's one of the most important foundations of an efficient and functional kitchen. The principle is simple: Be prepared. Whenever you plan to work in the kitchen, keep these...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Gratins, tarts and more for Meatless Monday
    Craving something comforting? You can't go wrong with a rich gratin, dressing or tortino -- not to mention that they're perfect for Meatless Monday. Check out these ideas: Polenta gratin with mushrooms and Fontina: Cook polenta the easy way using this...
  • Recipe Finder| Chop suey

    Recipe Finder| Chop suey
    Marc Neermann of Norcross, Ga., was looking for a recipe for chop suey like his grandmother made in the 1950s or early 1960s. The main ingredients, as far as he and his mother can recall, were beef and possibly pork, bead molasses, bean sprouts, water...
  • Chinese-American cookbook gathers recipes from Chicago families

     Chinese-American cookbook gathers recipes from Chicago families
    "Have You Eaten Yet?" is the apt title of a new community cookbook published by the Chinese-American Museum of Chicago. "Food is very essential in the culture," says Anita Luk, the museum's executive director. "When we gather together we eat. When we...
  • Pasta and buckwheat play against each other in Eastern European dish

     Pasta and buckwheat play against each other in Eastern European dish
    Had I called this recipe by the name I grew up hearing — kasha varnishkes – would you have even read this far? What does that mean anyway? The traditional Eastern European dish — which combines buckwheat (kasha) and a short pasta...