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  • Summer refresher

    Summer refresher
    Just like her drinks, it was time mixologist Bridget Albert of Shorewood refreshed her cocktail book. The author, along with Mary Barranco, first published "Market-Fresh Mixology: Cocktails for Every Season" in 2008, which at the time stood out for...
  • Elaine Gonzalez, noted chocolatier, dead at 79

    Elaine Gonzalez, noted chocolatier, dead at 79
    Elaine Gonzalez of Northbrook, an innovative chocolatier noted for transforming chocolate into edible bowls, plates, ornaments, flowers and much, much more, died July 25. She was 79. "She was an artist and took chocolate to new places," said...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Three great fresh tomato soups in 55 minutes or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Three great fresh tomato soups in 55 minutes or less
    Love a great tomato soup? Our most recent Culinary SOS request, from reader Ruth Benson in Los Angeles, was for the soup from Angelini Osteria: "I had a wonderful soup at Angelini Osteria. It was a tomato-based soup that was the best I've ever had in my...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Make-ahead sandwiches perfect for picnics, more

    Easy dinner recipes: Make-ahead sandwiches perfect for picnics, more
    Need dinner fast and portable? Whether you're planning a picnic at the Hollywood Bowl or are juggling soccer games or after-school activities, these ideas are great when you're on the go and need an easy dinner solution. Shooter's sandwich: The shooter'...
  • Test Kitchen video: Simple tips for summer grilling

    Test Kitchen video: Simple tips for summer grilling
    Are you giving your grill a workout already this summer? Whether you're a regular grill master or only the occasional weekend warrior, here are a few handy tips to keep in mind as you plan and execute your next meal: TEMPER YOUR MEATS BEFORE...
  • How to make potato salad

     How to make potato salad
    TheKitchn.com I've never met a potato salad that I didn't like. Use mayo or Greek yogurt, season it with dill or throw in some Kalamata olives and sundried tomatoes -- they're all good. And since no cookout, picnic or backyard party is complete without a...
  • Easy (after) dinner recipes: It's Friday. Reward yourself with pie.

    Easy (after) dinner recipes: It's Friday. Reward yourself with pie.
    It's Friday. You've made it. Reward yourself with pie! From fresh strawberry to Key lime or coconut, each of these treats comes together in about an hour or less. Strawberry pie: Sometimes the best summer fruit pies are the ones in which the fruit isn't...
  • What is tamarind, and how do I eat it?

    What is tamarind, and how do I eat it?
    Q: I feel ignorant about tamarind. There are two tamarind things I love: the tamarind sauce I've had in Indian restaurants, and the Jarritos brand tamarind-flavored soda made in Mexico. What else can you tell me about where the ingredient comes from and...
  • Grain salad convert sings the praises of quinoa, farro and couscous

    Grain salad convert sings the praises of quinoa, farro and couscous
    There is none so pure as the reformed sinner. And since I overcame my irrational hatred of whole-grain salads a couple of years ago, I have been evangelizing like crazy. All I need is a big tent and a choir, and I can take my show on the road. Grain...
  • How to cook grains for salads

    How to cook grains for salads
    Here are basic cooking instructions for various kinds of grains to use in salads. Bulgur: Add 11/2 cups of boiling water for every cup of grain and soak until tender. Chewy, slightly vegetal. Couscous (quick cooking): Add 11/4 cups of boiling water...
  • Read 'Josey Baker Bread' and let your bread-baking beast out

    Read 'Josey Baker Bread' and let your bread-baking beast out
    It would be tough to write a bread book to compete with Chad Robertson’s definitive Tartine cookbooks. But another passionate San Francisco baker, Josey Baker, is taking him on with “Josey Baker Bread: Get Baking. Make Great Bread. Be Happy.&...