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Kathy Brown wasn't always much of a chef — but she was an educator. When Brown, the former head of Grace Christian School, was diagnosed with amyloidosis of the heart in April 2008, she began experimenting with recipes to suit her new low-fat, low-...
Tags: Carrots, Stroke, Thyme, Crime, Law and Justice, Onions
As "Barbecue Bible" author Steven Raichlen points out in "Raichlen's Tailgating! 31 Righteous Recipes for On-the-Go Grilling," his latest ebook, "Long before NASCAR and the Super Bowl, there was tailgating. This distinctly American institution dates...
Marinated Chicken Breasts with tomatoes, artichoke hearts, feta, and basil cous cous Serves 4 4 ea Chicken Breasts (boneless, skinless, 5-6 oz. each) ¼ c Italian dressing (to marinate chicken) 2 ea ...
Tags: Feta Cheese, Chicken Breast, Tomatoes, Onions
While the en papillote ("in parchment") method of cooking might sound a little too fancy for tailgating, Mark Graham, in his Dinner Tonight column for the Chicago Tribune, has suggested that it's really nothing more than food wrapped in parchment paper...
Tags: Salt, Carrots, Cheese Corn, Onions, Chicago Tribune
At Bob & Luigi's, they don't just make pizza, they engineer pizza. As co-owner Eliot says, "We're pizza engineers. We build pizza. We can build anything you want." Bob & Luigi's has 13 specialty pizzas, but they can make a pizza with any combination of...
Los Angeles Times Restaurant CriticFive years after Pizzeria Mozza opened on Highland Avenue and Melrose Boulevard, it's still one of the toughest reservations in town. And while the pace of new pizzeria openings, inspired by Mozza's success, has picked up, no other pizzeria so far has put...
First impression: From a single restaurant in San Francisco to 18 restaurants across the country from Las Vegas to Atlantic City, chef Michael Mina has a lot on his (pardon the pun) plate. Bourbon Steak opened here in 2007, and while Mina has great...
Overall impression: Vivo Partenza represents the resurrection of Tony Bova's luxury restaurant empire. His restaurants in Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton closed after his business partner Scott Rothstein was revealed to be running a massive Ponzi scheme....
Overall impression: South Florida fans of Spanish tapas — with large helpings of flamenco — may already know chef Jorge Luis Fernandez. Last year, he sold his downtown Hollywood restaurant, La Barraca, after a six-year run. He's as well...
Tags: Salads, Sports, Tapas, Mussels, Entertainment Events
Overall impression: South Florida has a serious pizza-maker in Pizzeria Oceano owner Dak Kerprich. The meat-filled, excessively topped, chewy-crusted pizzas of the chains and our childhoods don't hold a candle to his new wave pies. All that said, Oceano...
Your family may be the stay-at-home-on-the-holidays type. If that's the case, you might think breakfast in bed is just the thing to honor Mom on her day. But this year, why not ask her opinion? It's entirely possible that the female parental unit in...
Tags: Salt, Biscuits, Parsley, Butter, Father's Day
The Dish - Orlando SentinelFlorida grouper — because of its limited supply and relatively high price — has been targeted by unscrupulous merchants who seek to deceive and cheat consumers, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services....
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