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  • NCC prof celebrates Pi Day with sweet and savory pies

    NCC prof celebrates Pi Day with sweet and savory pies
    Every year since 2005, North Central College professor, Mary McMahon has invited current and former students of the Naperville college to join together to celebrate Pi Day. For those who have forgotten their high school geometry, Pi is found by dividing...
  • Video tip: How do I choose the right bread wash? (and a bonus recipe)

    Video tip: How do I choose the right bread wash? (and a bonus recipe)
    Bread, biscuit and roll recipes often call for some sort of "wash" or glaze before baking. Sometimes a recipe may call for egg, sometimes milk. Even butter. Different washes are used to achieve different results. So how do you choose the right one for...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Love mussels? Great ideas in about 30 minutes

    Easy dinner recipes: Love mussels? Great ideas in about 30 minutes
    Love mussels? They're a great option for a busy weeknight: simply pick up a bunch and steam away with any of a variety of flavors. These quick and easy options come together in about 30 minutes. Don't forget a loaf of crusty bread to sop up all the...
  • Date bar cookie like Mom used to buy

    Date bar cookie like Mom used to buy
    Q: In the early to mid-70s my mom used to buy a bakery item at the grocery store named China Chews. I am assuming it was a Heinemann's product as that what was mostly stocked at Dominick's, where she did the majority of her grocery shopping. I tried in...
  • Michael Ruhlman makes braising, roasting easier with new how-to cookbooks

     Michael Ruhlman makes braising, roasting easier with new how-to cookbooks
    Michael Ruhlman is talking about writing two new cookbooks with just 20 recipes each. A challenge? Yes, but freedom too. "It frees me from writing 200 recipes. I've done that,'' says the Cleveland-based author and food authority. "I don't even like...
  • A fresh take on the classic Easter ham -- with a fresh ham

    A fresh take on the classic Easter ham -- with a fresh ham
    When I think of spring menus, I instantly think of asparagus and the fresh ham that my grandmother made every Easter. The pork was studded with cloves and slathered with brown sugar and mustard before roasting. And it made the entire house smell amazing....
  • Easy dinner recipes: Kale three ways for Gluten-free Wednesday

    Easy dinner recipes: Kale three ways for Gluten-free Wednesday
    Love kale? Soon you'll be able to get kale not only at every gastropub in town, but at McDonald's. Lucky you. Or you can try one of these three recipes, each perfect for Gluten-free Wednesday. AOC's cavolo nero: You'll love this recipe for its...
  • Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Clam chowder

    Scott McKenzie & the Morning Mix recipe of the week: Clam chowder
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is New England Clam Chowder....
  • Asian dumplings make a quick, easy weeknight meal

    The thought of making some foods at home can be intimidating. For me, Asian dumplings fall into that camp. I surprised myself a few weeks ago while planning a week's worth of meals by deciding to make Pork and Shiitake Mushroom Pot Stickers, a recipe...
  • Cook's Corner: Quinoa con pollo is one way to lighten a Latin classic

    Long ago, when I moved across the state from St. Petersburg, Fla., to Miami, I had to rethink some of my Cuban recipes. I remember the first time I put out vinegar and sherry cruets with my black beans on yellow rice, with a chop of raw onions and...
  • Test Kitchen video tip: Trim and clean ribs like a pro (with a recipe)

    Test Kitchen video tip: Trim and clean ribs like a pro (with a recipe)
    A while back, we ran a Culinary SOS recipe for the spice-braised pork ribs from Urban Tavern in San Francisco. The recipe calls for St. Louis-style pork ribs. If you've never heard of these before, St. Louis-style ribs are spareribs that have been trimmed...