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As kitchen wisdom goes, I often think the best tricks are the simplest. One-pan cooking, for example. The ability to cook an entire meal on a single rimmed sheet pan - an act that leaves you with nothing … more
We've lost the woman who taught America to love Italian food, but her tomato sauce may soon live on at a grocer near you. Marcella Hazan - often unfairly called the "Julia Child of Italian cooking," for she certainly was a culinary icon in her … more
Attention oenophiles! Get ready for a dressing down. Wine writer Lettie Teague - known for her blunt, chatty style that demystifies the cult of the grape without diluting its allure - has once again taken issue with highfalutin attitudes about … more
Frittatas are like quiches without crusts, and that makes them an ideal fast and simple weeknight dinner. They also are the ultimate have-it-your-way meal, and that makes it easy to feed a family of - inevitably - picky eaters. You all get to enjoy … more
Too often, a salad is served out of obligation. We feel it is something we have to do to make the meal complete, but really don't want to. And too often that's why the salads we serve aren't all that great. We don't really care about them. Thing … more
BY FAMILY FEATURES If you find your recipe repertoire growing stale, now is the perfect time to experiment with new seafood recipes your family will love. Seafood makes a delicious centerpiece of any meal, and preparing seafood can actually be … more
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. - When Portland chef Jenn Louis set out to perfect pasta dumplings in Italy, she was occasionally met with such disdain from local chefs she might as well have been trying to push the doughy fare to the Paleo diet crowd. "Each … more
Remember the warm spinach salad? That hot bacon dressing, crumbles of blue cheese, crunchy nuts and those canned orange slices, all mounded over a bed of slightly wilted spinach? I have fond memories of those now pretty dated creations. My aunt … more
For my daughter's 10th birthday, I took 15 giggling girls to dinner at a Japanese steakhouse. Let that sink in for a moment. Because I probably could stop right here and let this column just explore the wisdom of that parenting decision. And in … more
Think of grape leaves as nature's spring roll wrapper. I mean, the Greeks certainly did. So too did the Persians, the Turks, the Lebanese, the Egyptians, the Romanians, the Armenians, even the Vietnamese! The otherwise unassuming grape leaf … more
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