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  • Can bitter be beautiful?

    Can bitter be beautiful?
    Once upon a time, you may have wrinkled your nose when a plate of (pick one: Brussels sprouts, Belgian endive, mustard greens, radicchio) arrived at the table. You shunned espresso and Campari. You even steered clear of those craft beers with a bitter...
  • Lebanese recipes seasoned with stories of a Michigan life

     Lebanese recipes seasoned with stories of a Michigan life
    “Rose Water & Orange Blossoms” (Running Press, $30), the debut cookbook by Maureen Abood, evokes both her Lebanese-American heritage and her life as a cook, writer, photographer and blogger in Michigan. It is an intensely personal book, filled...
  • 'New Prairie Kitchen' honors Great Plains farmers, chefs, artisans

     'New Prairie Kitchen' honors Great Plains farmers, chefs, artisans
    "Great Plains states are often referred to as 'flyover' country," writes cookbook author Summer Miller, "meaning there aren't many reasons to stop here and look around." Miller's new book, "New Prairie Kitchen: Stories and Seasonal Recipes from Chefs,...
  • Light-bodied wines best for salmon dish

    Light-bodied wines best for salmon dish
    A lot of acidity (from orange juice and mustard) goes into the marinade for this fish dish, but not a lot sticks around in the final preparation. That's a blessing because it allows for a wider range of both white and red wines to accompany it. Salmon...
  • Searching for pound cake like grandma used to make

    Searching for pound cake like grandma used to make
    Q: I am looking for a pound cake recipe I originally got from my Grandma Rowe, who was the best baker in our family. She even won a newspaper recipe contest for her Jack Horner coffee cake in the 1970s. I also have letters written to her personally from...
  • Rosé wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe

     Rosé wines with abundant acidity match chicken piccata recipe
    In Italian cooking, the word "piccata," as in veal piccata or chicken piccata, stems from an old verb, "piccare," not much used today, meaning "to prick," as with a pike or sharply pointed stick. (Medieval meaning, rather gruesome.) Perhaps the sharp tang...
  • Remote grilling thermometer makes 10-hour brisket a snap

     Remote grilling thermometer makes 10-hour brisket a snap
    Family is all about give and take. Also give and take back, if you can find the receipt and the gumption. We specialize in scorned gift. So before Mother's Day, I gathered the family and confided my hopes: a high-tech thermometer. I unwrapped a...
  • EatingWell: A healthier 'spaghetti'

    With this spaghetti squash and meatballs recipe, you can reduce the carbohydrates and increase the vegetable servings by skipping pasta and serving the Italian-seasoned turkey meatballs and quick, homemade marinara sauce over thin strands of cooked...
  • 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...
  • What to do with season's first strawberries

    What to do with season's first strawberries
    Is there a more beautiful harbinger of summer than the strawberry? Heart-shaped and crimson, these green-topped gems are one of our most-beloved fruits. Unless, of course, you're a baker. "Strawberries are the bane of my existence," says Dave...
  • Take the tongs away from the guys, and step up to the grill

    Take the tongs away from the guys, and step up to the grill
    Grilling has traditionally been the domain of men. Why? Who knows. Blame the cavemen. It really doesn't matter. In any case, ladies, here's a summer 2015 resolution: It's time to master the grill. A recent survey by Applegate, an organic and...