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  • Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries

    Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes for Florida strawberries
    Florida is the second largest strawberry producer in America. And Plant City is known as the “Winter Strawberry Capital of the World. The season for Florida strawberries is November through mid-March. Here are three recipes that capture the sweet-...
  • Cook's Corner: Watercress, cauliflower lead food trends into 2015

    Bored with quinoa, and so over kale, I thought the start of the new year was a good time to look at what the food pundits are pontificating re: 2015 trends. What "new" tastes will we embrace? Watercress: Previously languishing on plates as a mere...
  • The Edgy Veggie: Spoiler alert, some of your favorite foods may be vegan

    You've made your New Year's resolution to drop the December holiday pounds. You've pledged to eat better. But it doesn't sound fun. And you're not sure what "better" means, anyway. You're in luck welcome to Veganuary, your free, monthlong, all-inclusive...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Snapper, swordfish and more fish ideas under 400 calories

    Easy dinner recipes: Snapper, swordfish and more fish ideas under 400 calories
    Looking for something great and low in calories? Oh, and you want it fast too? Check out these great fish recipes: Canele's pan-seared snapper: At Canele in Atwater Village, chef Corina Weibel serves a perfectly seared snapper fillet perched atop a...
  • 6 of the year's best baking books, plus Dorie Greenspan's matcha financier recipe

    6 of the year's best baking books, plus Dorie Greenspan's matcha financier recipe
    2014 has been a pretty fantastic year for baking books, with bakers and pastry chefs here in Los Angeles and around the country publishing books that are both pretty to look at and surprisingly user-friendly. These books also, perhaps needless to say,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: It's Friday! Celebrate with crab cakes

    Easy dinner recipes: It's Friday! Celebrate with crab cakes
    It's Friday. Why not celebrate with crab cakes? It's almost pointless ordering a main course at a restaurant when you can make a meal off of an appetizer plate of these delights. And they're just as easy to make at home, coming together -- start to finish...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Breakfast for dinner with these fun ideas

    Easy dinner recipes: Breakfast for dinner with these fun ideas
    Are you one of those people who likes breakfast for dinner? Why should eggs, pancakes, muffins and scones be limited to mornings? Enjoy breakfast any time of the day with these tempting ideas. Croque-madame: La Dijonaise's take on this classic French...
  • Modern pantry: Discovering anew the age-old satisfaction of preserving

     Modern pantry: Discovering anew the age-old satisfaction of preserving
    Our grandparents and great-grandparents ate locally, seasonally and sustainably. But they had to in an age before modern supermarkets and jet transportation made a fresh tomato possible in January. (Notice I wrote "possible," not "palatable.") Today...
  • Vegetable soup: Simple, delicious and a nice break from holiday fare

    Vegetable soup: Simple, delicious and a nice break from holiday fare
    I will bow to no one in my affection for holiday cooking. For our Christmas open house every year, I make gallons of posole and black beans. One family holiday tradition is spending a day decorating hundreds of cookies. There is no Christmas Eve without...
  • Don't you dare toss those leftovers: 100 recipes for using extras

    Don't you dare toss those leftovers: 100 recipes for using extras
    When I hear someone say that they don't save leftovers, I don't know what to think. You throw them out? I ask. You know you can repurpose that into another dish for another meal, right? That chicken carcass can yield a broth that will make you pass...
  • Mario Batali: Rabe, Potato and Ricotta Ravioli

    Mario Batali: Rabe, Potato and Ricotta Ravioli
    I learned a lot about traditional Italian cooking from my grandmother. She was undeniably the best cook in the Batali household, and her ravioli were absolutely legendary. Some of my fondest childhood memories stem from helping Grandma in the kitchen...