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  • Great potato salad comes down to how and when you season it

    I'm not a fan of potato salad that tastes like a bunch of spuds smothered in mayo. I want more. At the very least, I want to taste the potatoes. Trouble is, potatoes are pretty bland if not properly seasoned. They also need to be seasoned at the right...
  • Healthful recipe: Tofu Vindaloo

    Annie and Dan Shannon, Brooklynites who blog at meettheshannons.com, write in their new cookbook, "Mastering the Art of Vegan Cooking," that they cooked up this recipe when they lived in Virginia and couldn't get good Indian and vegan takeout. "We haven't...
  • 6 great chicken recipes for weeknight dinners

    6 great chicken recipes for weeknight dinners
    Chicken is one of the most versatile things to cook, lending itself to many diverse ingredients and flavors, different techniques and styles of cooking. Depending on what you pair with it, you can transform poultry into a dinner with Greek influences or...
  • Carrabba's Sicilian Chicken Soup recipe

    Carrabba's Sicilian Chicken Soup recipe
    Makes 8 to 12 servings. 1 whole chicken, about 4 1/2 pounds, giblets removed 1 large yellow onion, finely chopped 3 celery ribs, cut into 1/4-inch dice 3 carrots, cut into 1/4-inch dice 3 green bell peppers, cored and cut into 1/4-inch dice...
  • Let's eat: Baked eggs with Spinach, Yogurt and Sumac

    Eggs are a cheap and easy source of protein, but you can get tired of the same old way of preparing them, i.e. scrambling and frying. These easy baked eggs (also called shirred eggs) are an elegant alternative. Prepared in individual ramekins on a bed of...
  • Romagnolis were TV cooking show stars, cookbook authors, restaurant owners

    Romagnolis were TV cooking show stars, cookbook authors, restaurant owners
    G. Franco and Margaret Romagnoli brought real Italian cooking to a national audience in the mid-1970s with their public television series "The Romagnolis' Table." The show sparked a number of cookbooks and three Boston-area restaurants. "They...
  • The joy of cold soup: 11 great chilled soup recipes

    The joy of cold soup: 11 great chilled soup recipes
    Sometimes nothing beats the heat better than a bowl of chilled soup. It may not technically be summer yet in Southern California, but it's hot enough for cold soup to be a pretty good alternative to cooking a full meal in your kitchen. Gazpacho is...
  • The Kitchn: Give the gift of spring in a delicious way

    TheKitchn.com Great gift-giving is an art form. Sometimes finding a present that is the perfect balance of thoughtful, practical, intimate and memorable can be a bit overwhelming. However, if you love to DIY, then the idea of a homemade gift can make...
  • The Kitchn: Make corn tortillas from scratch

    TheKitchn.com Corn tortillas are made with just two ingredients: masa harina and water. What could be easier? You can have best-ever tacos with homemade tortillas on your table tonight. Here is a step-by-step recipe that explains exactly what to do....
  • Time for the berry best

    Now is the best time of the year. It's strawberry time. So juicy. So sweet. So delicious. So soft-tender on your tongue. No sensation in the world can compare to eating a plump, sun-warmed strawberry straight off the vine. It is all that is good about...
  • Cook's Corner: Vodka whipped cream gives Eton Mess a kick

    We're still looking for reader takes on "summer in a bowl" email, write or tweet (@MiamiHeraldFood) with your recipes. Some inspirations: Miami's Le Basque catering is known for its exquisitely styled food served to the posh and pampered, a who's-who...