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  • Easy dinner recipes: Dinner using 9 ingredients or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Dinner using 9 ingredients or less
    How's this for easy: Dinner tonight using 9 ingredients or less -- and each dish comes together in 50 minutes or less. Because sometimes you want dinner simple and fast, yet still filling. We understand. Lentils with sausages: "Among a few staples...
  • Mardi Gras: Celebrate with king cake and 16 additional recipes

    Mardi Gras: Celebrate with king cake and 16 additional recipes
    Mardi Gras is Tuesday -- do you have your king cake? At first sight, it may come across as, well, a little unusual. A large wreath-shaped cake bedazzled in vibrant shades of purple, green and gold — there's nothing subtle about it. It might be...
  • Saybrook Point Inn Lures Amateur Chefs For Food-Lovers Getaway

     Saybrook Point Inn Lures Amateur Chefs For Food-Lovers Getaway
    As the late-January morning sun glinted off the frozen marina through the windows, eight amateur chefs stood in pressed whites, facing Saybrook Point Inn's executive chef Leslie Tripp as he carefully seared short ribs in a pan atop an induction burner....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Waffles aren't just for breakfast

    Easy dinner recipes: Waffles aren't just for breakfast
    Waffles are one of those simple culinary marvels. Baked in a hot iron to crisp and light perfection, these honeycombed breads are made for catching whatever you lovingly ladle on top. While their deep pockets are perfect for holding warm syrup, waffles...
  • Indulge yourselves with a luxurious yet light Valentine dessert

    Indulge yourselves with a luxurious yet light Valentine dessert
    Valentine's Day is just a few days away. I know you're probably busy right now shopping for the usual beautiful cards and the gifts you'll wrap in pretty paper and bows. But please don't forget what I think is the best present you can give -- something...
  • Recipes for homemade caramel treats for your valentine

     Recipes for homemade caramel treats for your valentine
    Chocolate may be the go-to sweet for Valentine's Day, but it's time to show caramel a little love. It's been relegated to a supporting role in beribboned boxes of candy for too long. So this year, we're letting caramel star. Golden brown caramel is...
  • Test Kitchen recipe: Shrimp, Avocado, Grapefruit Salad

    One of the best of uses of avocados is eating slices fresh with just a sprinkling of salt and maybe a few slices of tomato. Sometimes that's my breakfast or midafternoon snack. But adding avocado slices to a salad is something I never get tired of. The...
  • Chew on This: Cook for your loved ones

    I didn't used to be a softie. I used to have a front row seat at the Wake County courthouse covering criminal trials. I didn't flinch at crime scene photos or graphic testimony about violence. I'm not saying I was ever as intimately knowledgeable or...
  • Easy (after) dinner recipes: Cake, ice cream and more for beer lovers

    Easy (after) dinner recipes: Cake, ice cream and more for beer lovers
    It's Friday. You've made it. Have your beer and eat it too with these tempting after-dinner treats: Beer ice cream: It's the best of beer and ice cream, need I say more? This dessert can't get any easier to make, as it uses only four ingredients and...
  • Cooking chard from the garden can be simply delicious

    Cooking chard from the garden can be simply delicious
    I kept staring at that patch of chard in the garden. It's wild San Francisco chard, grown from starters from Logan's Gardens, which sells at the Santa Monica and Hollywood farmers markets. The leaves are so tender I'd been eating them simply sautéed in...
  • 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...