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  • Break out of your dinner rut

    On Sunday nights this summer, I would often stare at a blank sheet of paper as I tried to plan a week's worth of meals. I would try to think up something new to cook for dinner. Often the menu would look like this: hot dogs, pasta, tacos. And the same...
  • 12 apple recipes to ring in fall

    It's official. Fall has begun. Instead of lamenting the end of summer and the imminent return of icy weather, let's celebrate all that fall has to offer: Pumpkins, hayrides, apple picking (find a farm for all those things using this list). Cozy...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Make-ahead sandwiches, great for picnics and more

    Easy dinner recipes: Make-ahead sandwiches, great for picnics and more
    Need dinner fast and portable? Whether you're planning a picnic at the Hollywood Bowl or are juggling soccer games or weekend activities, these ideas are perfect when you're on the go and need an easy dinner solution. Shooter's sandwich: The shooter's...
  • Chef Michael Cimarusti on slowly roasting a fish fillet

    Chef Michael Cimarusti on slowly roasting a fish fillet
    When I've got a big group of friends coming over for dinner, I'll usually prepare a roast. Frankly, I'll do the same thing even if I'm cooking only for our family of four. First, preparing large roasts is easier than cooking several individual portions....
  • Oysters, especially in California's Tomales Bay, can be pure heaven

    Oysters, especially in California's Tomales Bay, can be pure heaven
    I am not a complicated guy, and it doesn't take much to make me happy. Oysters are always a good start. Recently I spent several days at one of the happiest places I've ever been — on Tomales Bay, in west Marin County, just north of San Francisco....
  • Wines that go well with raw oysters

    Wines that go well with raw oysters
    Looking for something to drink with those oysters? Keep it simple. Sure, Champagne is always festive, and if you're in a classic mood you could go with Muscadet, Sancerre or Chablis. But you can't really do better than a clean, solidly made West Coast...
  • How to shuck an oyster

    How to shuck an oyster
    Shucking oysters takes a little practice, and there are a couple of approaches to try, but soon enough you'll find your rhythm. Here's what works best for me: Brush the shells clean with a stiff brush under running water. This gets rid of a lot of the...
  • 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...
  • Building a better bierock

     Building a better bierock
    We had Catherine the Great to thank for lunch at Fort Robinson, a former U.S. Army base on the northwestern edge of Nebraska. This region of Nebraska strongly resembles the Hollywood vision of the Wild West, with towering rock outcroppings, open plains...
  • Baseball, barbecue and Boog

    Baseball, barbecue and Boog
    Talking with Boog Powell can make you hungry. By the time the former Orioles star and current barbecue master has rhapsodized about the pleasures of, say, pit beef with horseradish sauce, homemade buttermilk biscuits and grilled asparagus with rosemary,...
  • New mango mole sauce is a hit

    New mango mole sauce is a hit
    Q: My girlfriend had the chicken with mango mole at Cantina Laredo. The sauce was great, and I'd like to try it on grilled fish. Can you please ask the chef for the recipe? — Jim Severson, Hallandale Beach A: I'm at the tail end of my frozen...