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  • Cook's Corner: New Amish pie cookbook takes the cake

    My grandmother had Pennsylvania Dutch roots, and as a child I spent a lot of summer days at my aunt and uncle's farm in the heart of Lancaster County. So I always approach an Amish cookbook with a blend of nostalgia and appreciation for the simple but...
  • Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Toast spices and nuts for flavor (and a recipe)

    Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Toast spices and nuts for flavor (and a recipe)
    When you want to add a little extra depth to a recipe, consider toasting the nuts or spices before adding them to a dish. Toasting helps to release the flavor and oils in the spices and nuts, lending depth and wonderfully rich flavor to a dish. Toast...
  • Chef John Sedlar continues the evolution of fusion cuisine

    Chef John Sedlar continues the evolution of fusion cuisine
    All restaurants, and their menus, evolve over time, just as their chefs do. Any serious chef working today is constantly bombarded by information and inspiration — from traveling, from reading magazines and newspapers and the Internet, from the...
  • Soaking beans? In most cases, you don't need to

    Soaking beans? In most cases, you don't need to
    Rich, earthy, hearty — there's nothing quite so reassuring as having a pot of beans simmering in the oven when cool weather comes along. So why don't more people cook them? One of the main reasons is the planning that's required to soak them...
  • Worried that unsoaked beans will cause digestive trouble? Worry not

    Worried that unsoaked beans will cause digestive trouble? Worry not
    Before someone brings up the whole digestibility issue, the benefits of soaking beans to relieve any unpleasantness have pretty much been disproved. Most of the gastric distress (my, we're finding a lot of euphemisms, aren't we?) that comes from...
  • 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 Key lime to fresh strawberry or coconut, each of these treats comes together in about an hour or less. Key lime pie: This is the recipe for Key lime pie purists, the filling containing...
  • Quick pickles have all the flavor without the wait

    Quick pickles have all the flavor without the wait
    White wine vinegar, water, honey and spice. I was more than a little curious as I gently simmered the ingredients over the stove. The aroma, at first richly fragrant and sweet with notes of cinnamon, allspice and vanilla, finished with subtle but sharp...
  • Seriously Simple: Sweet Potato Heaven: 2 Great Recipes for Holiday Entertaining

    Seriously Simple: Sweet Potato Heaven: 2 Great Recipes for Holiday Entertaining
    Sweet potatoes and yams make a welcome appearance on the holiday table. Most markets sell two sweet potato varieties: moist and dry. The moist sweet potato variety, a reddish-brown, moist sweet potato is often labeled a yam. And now you can find sweet...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Stir-fried chicken, shrimp or beef in an hour or less

    Easy dinner recipes: Stir-fried chicken, shrimp or beef in an hour or less
    When I'm looking for a fast dinner solution, I often turn to the wok. Food cooks so quickly over the high heat, flavors building as each ingredient is tossed into the mix. Check out these quick ideas using shrimp, chicken and beef. Ginger soy chicken...
  • Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Mashed potatoes 101

    Thanksgiving recipe video and tips: Mashed potatoes 101
    Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away, and it's never too soon to start planning your menu. Food editor Russ Parsons and I will be demonstrating videos of classic dishes and sharing holiday-themed tips on the blog every couple of days to get you in the...
  • The Kitchn: Real Irish Scones

    The Kitchn: Real Irish Scones
    TheKitchn.com I once took a work trip to do nothing but learn about Irish milk, cheese and butter. Lucky for me, the first thing I ate when I arrived, jet-lagged and haggard, was a scone. I still remember this particular scone because it was fluffier and...