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Channel Guide MagazineBy Jay Bobbin He doesn’t cook, but Jeff Foxworthy thinks that’s what makes him an ideal host for The American Baking Competition. CBS’ version of a popular British show premieres May 29, pitting food-making amateurs against one another...
Chef Art Smith doesn't do small. Never has. So it's no surprise his new cookbook — "Art Smith's Healthy Comfort" — has a really big subtitle: "How America's Favorite Celebrity Chef Got It Together, Lost Weight, and Reclaimed His Health!"...
Debilitating dietary restrictions may not seem like an obvious recipe for tasty, hilarious prose. But with "Gluten Is My B----" (Stewart, Tabori & Chang, $19.95), April Peveteaux has somehow managed to turn her celiac disease diagnosis into a memoir,...
Cocktail Crafting: Looking to create cocktails like your local mixologist? The Institute of Domestic Technology has recently added another date for its class on bitters, liqueurs and cocktail basics (the class on June 7 is sold out). The workshop on...
Readers in the greater Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena have already demonstrated their cooking prowess with the L.A. Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off, now, they'll have to prove it on the grill. Just a few more days are left for readers to submit their recipes...
The hardest thing to accept about Lucy Knisley's "Relish: My Life in the Kitchen," the lovely new graphic food memoir from the former Chicago cartoonist, is that Knisley grew up to be a cartoonist at all. In the early pages, we see an adolescent, big-...
The Hartford CourantAll home cooks have a repertoire of go-to recipes that their families like to see on the dinner table. They usually don't tire of these favorites, but there is always room for something new. We tend to think of barbecue sauce whenever we see pork ribs,...
Tags: Kosher Salt, Onions, Tomatoes, Salt
You already know you should keep a food journal if you want to lose weight, right? So why don't you do it? One weight-loss expert thinks he knows the answer. "It's just not sexy enough," said J. Graham Thomas, a research professor at Brown Alpert...
Tom Horton's op-ed in praise of Norman Meadows and nuclear power presented inaccuracies ("Time for greens to embrace nukes," May 22). Climate change is a crisis that necessitates phasing out fossil fuels, but relying on nuclear power to replace them is...
The Waynesboro (Pa.) Historical Society, founded in 1963, has been active in saving or restoring historic properties in the Waynesboro area, including Welty’s Mill Bridge, the former Zullinger Elementary School building and Renfrew Museum and Park....
Tags: Arts and Culture, Customs and Tradition, Cheese, Onions, Souffle
David R. and Virginia Hay of Somerset are observing their 40th wedding anniversary. They were married June 10, 1973, at the Meyersdale Church of the Brethren by the Rev. John Glick. After residing their first five years in Summit Township, the couple...
This recipe's ingredient of cooked chopped chicken has that air about it; the perfect wine would be that half-full bottle of Chateau Who's Itz in the fridge door. Or about anything down-to-earth, everyday, lower-shelf. Thousands of wines fit that bill;...
Tags: Summer Squash, Wines, Zucchini, Potatoes, Salt
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