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  • Fill your fruit and veggie gap

    Everyone knows fruit and vegetables are good for you, but we're not eating nearly enough. Only 6 percent of us meet our daily recommended target for vegetables, and 8 percent achieve our goal for fruits. That's a pretty dismal track record for foods...
  • A favorite winter soup

  • Celebrate spring with risotto

    Celebrate spring with risotto
    We're only a couple of weeks into springtime, and already the world looks fresh again. The last of the snow is melting. Flowers are poking up from the ground. Trees are budding. And many farmers' markets and supermarkets alike are beginning to showcase...
  • Soup to make anyone a garlic lover

    Soup to make anyone a garlic lover
    Forty years ago, I moved from Europe to the United States. I was so excited to be here. I loved everything I'd heard and seen about America, and really did think of it as the land of opportunity. Today, I'm happy to be a citizen. But, I must admit, it...
  • Double happiness for the Chinese New Year

    Double happiness for the Chinese New Year
    Gung hei fat choy! That's the traditional Cantonese greeting (roughly translated as, "Wishing you great happiness and prosperity!") heard in midwinter with the arrival of the Chinese New Year, a lunar holiday falling this year on Sunday, Feb. 10. In...
  • A different way to satisfy an appetite

    If the Food Network is hunting for its No. 1 fan, I suggest executives stop at my house to interview The Hubby. He watches more of its programs than anything else on TV, including reruns of our mutual fave, "NCIS," and the endless stream of fishing...
  • Traveling on your stomach

    Traveling on your stomach
    Many travel for business. Some travel for fun. Food people travel to eat. We asked our favorite eating enthusiasts the question "When you travel to eat, where do you go?" The delicious responses follow: Chef Bill Kim owns Chicago restaurants Urban...
  • Winter into spring

    Winter into spring
    What do you cook when the calendar tells you that spring is coming soon, while every weather report or look out your window reminds you that winter is still here? Cooking with the best seasonal ingredients is always a pleasure. But staying true to the...
  • SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: When there's no kitchen, go for no-cook summer dishes

    SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: When there's no kitchen, go for no-cook summer dishes
    Wouldn't you know it? Upon returning from a dreamy Alaskan cruise, my husband and I were met by my daughter, whose first words were, "Now don't freak out, but there has been a flood in your kitchen." I didn't freak out -- until we came face to face...
  • EATINGWELL: Chilly Dilly Cucumber Soup

    This cold cucumber-dill soup has a surprisingly seductive taste. The secret is that both the broth and the yogurt garnish are loaded with fresh (never dried) dill and chives. Serve as a starter or a light lunch entree. The recipe calls for "handfuls" of...
  • Memories of Mussels Mariniere

    Memories of Mussels Mariniere
    Q: I'm wondering if you could locate a recipe from Pistache French Bistro for me? I get their Moules Frites "Mariniere" every time I'm there with a glass of Rosé. It brings me back to the summers I spent in the south of France. I would love to know how to...