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Going out to eat used to be easy. You went to a restaurant and ordered from a menu. A waiter or waitress made sure your needs were met. These days, we're eating off food trucks and dining in pop-up restaurants. At pop-ups, chefs prepare meals in...
Shelley Lee from Baltimore was looking for a good recipe for making salmon cakes using canned salmon. Cindy Terrell from Santa Rosa, Calif., sent in a recipe from the Food Network Magazine for salmon cakes that she said her family enjoys. She said...
Tags: Newspaper and Magazine, Recipes, Lemons, Ellicott City
Channel Guide MagazineIn her nearly 25 years in the restaurant business, Food Network star chef Anne Burrell has seen and done it all — right down to teaching the tricks of the trade at New York's Institute of Culinary Education. That's why, she says, she feels right...
OPENING TODAY Safe Haven Hoping to re-bottle the lightning captured in "The Notebook" and "Dear John," romance packager Nicholas Sparks has given his usual formula some sharp edges in "Safe Haven." The film, which stars Julianne Hough as a woman on...
How about a pitcher of grapefruit spritzers for weekend brunch? Grapefruit are in season and the juice is a refreshing alternative to orange juice-laced mimosas. Check out the recipe at OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish. In the meantime, let's dish: Super...
Big Red ForThe Arts Feb. 6, The Society Room of Hartford, 31 Pratt St., Hartford, letsgoarts.org, $175 for VIP Tasting and Entrance, $100 for General Entrance ($375 for a group of four) If you've ever wanted to taste from a wide-ranging spectrum...
Tags: Goshen, Restaurants, Chicago Restaurants, Simsbury, Pomfret
The big buzzword in cookbook publishing for the last decade has been “platform,” referring to something that made you famous before you actually wrote a cookbook. It usually meant a television show or a famous restaurant. Publishers Weekly&...
Stop in to one of the eight Mariano's Fresh Markets in the Chicago area and you could spot founder Bob Mariano pushing carts, rewrapping meat or helping clean up spills. The eponymous, upmarket grocery stores, tended with his exacting sense of detail,...
Trisha Yearwood has recorded 12 albums and had 20 top 10 hits. So how did a three-time Grammy Award winner and Grand Ole Opry member become a bestselling cookbook author and Food Network star? "It was a happy accident," Yearwood says by phone from her...
While Julia Child may have demystified the technique of traditional French cuisine, Steve McDonagh has made the creation of well-crafted vintage cocktails accessible for the novice home bartender. In "The New Old Bar: Classic Cocktails and Salty Snacks...
Chef Shawn McClain will soon open his first pizzeria inside Las Vegas' Aria resort, a property at which he has run the popular, upscale Sage restaurant since CityCenter’s opening three years ago. The eatery, called FIVE50, is to open this spring....
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