| Apr 19, 2010
| 4:22 AM
Here we are again. Cyndi is still simmering that Holly dissed her. "The younguns don't listen," she tells the camera. Cyndi and Holly hate each other. Like maybe for real. This week Trace Adkins joins Trump for the challenge announcement. Sharon......
| Mar 17, 2010
1 corned beef brisket
1 large head cabbage (preferably savoy)
6 cloves garlic, whole peeled
2 bay leaves
1 pound carrots, peeled and cut into circles leave two whole
6 large potatoes lrg dice
6 stalk celery, cut, 3...
| Mar 7, 2010
Many gardeners don't have the time or energy to start plants indoors — but so many of the vegetables, herbs and flowers they wait to grow as transplants can be sown from seed, and many can be planted in a few weeks.
What's more, if you sow seeds...
| Mar 23, 2010
| 9:51 AM
Braised turnip greens
Total time: 50 minutes
Servings: 6 to 8
6 slices bacon, diced (or salt pork), optional
1 pound turnip greens
1 pound pea tendrils (or Swiss chard)
4 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons minced garlic
1 cup diced onion
| May 4, 2010
| 3:21 PM
It's that time of year when winter's star vegetables wear out their welcome. Parsnips? Been there. Turnips? Done that. Potatoes, mashed, hashed, roasted or fried?
Check, check, check, yawn.
In short, it's time to start mixing it up a bit in the root...
| Jun 10, 2010
As friends and I step into Patina, the figures of the hostess, manager, bartender, server and sommelier awake from their enchantment. They move forward, murmur a greeting and lead us to a table in the elegant, modernist dining room. Sometimes it feels...
| Dec 23, 2009
| 12:17 PM
Note: Basically, Piemonte's bagna cauda is a "hot bath" of olive oil, anchovies and plenty of garlic in a terra cotta pot warmed over embers (or a chafing-dish arrangement) in the center of the table. This recipe, from wine maker Giacomo Bologna,...
| Dec 23, 2009
| 12:18 PM
Note: This stew, from chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken, would be a great dish to serve to friends who scoff at meatless meals. It is so hearty and delicious -- and the grapefruit and chile added at the end is such an inspired touch--that...
| Dec 28, 2009
| 2:42 PM
Note: Paul Bocuse is probably the world's most famous chef; he's not somebody you associate with hearty, homey dishes. But this recipe proves that a truly great chef can bring something special to even the most rustic fare.
1 sheet caul fat or kitchen...
| Jan 20, 2010
Eating fruits, veggies and seafood when they're in season is healthy for you and the planet.
When produce is ripe off the vine, it has more flavor and nutrition than when it is shipped across continents. Fruits and vegetables are more plentiful in...
| Jan 2, 2010
This should have been Wilhelmina Josephine's first clue that she was a bad cook: Her husband would routinely call the Aliso Viejo stay-at-home mom in the afternoon to ask what she was making for dinner. And then, more often than not, he would tell her...