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Not that my memory is slipping or anything, but I was surprised, bordering on astonished, to realize that mk restaurant is in its 15th year. Though it won't arrive until late November, the impending anniversary has the restaurant in a celebratory mood...
Tags: Bacon, Rhubarb, Foods and Beverages, Phil Vettel, Restaurants
Ice-cold watermelon is a warm weather treat. Florida is one of the nation's leading producers of watermelons, according to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. They are grown throughout the state and are available from April...
Piazza Rialto is an interesting find in west Orange County. The restaurant is nicely designed with a large main dining room centered around a bar. The room is voluminous yet it has cozy, intimate niches. The décor has a casual elegance vibe that makes...
Honestly, could it get any better than salad sometimes? Big, beautiful, colorful -- and so often simple -- salads are a perfect choice when you're planning dinner in a pinch. Tailor the components just so to please picky dinner guests, or fix one as a...
Tags: Lemons, Onions, Kosher Salt, Foods and Beverages, Pies and Tarts
Contributing WriterDon’t forget to mark your calendars for Berry Blast Saturday on May 25. Complimentary strawberry shortcake samples, made with local homegrown strawberries, will be offered to our patrons. Our local schools will be competing in a farmers market...
The proliferating sizzle of grilled doner kebabs and scent of baked borek are heady signs of the growing number of Turkish restaurants in Southern California. In Orange County, Doner G in Anaheim is expanding into Irvine. Another branch of Canoga Park's...
Eggs, cheese, bacon and black pepper. Those are the components that go into pasta carbonara, a classic Italian dish that's a real crowd pleaser. But what's pleasing to the public isn't always fulfilling for creatively inclined chefs. And so they come up...
Tags: Bacon, New York City, Foods and Beverages, Game, Pasta
What do you make when unexpected guests drop in? Quick nibbles are my choice. I usually keep some popcorn chicken or shrimp in the freezer, or fixins for petite sandwiches or cheese and crackers. Now let's see what our sleuths found for you this week:...
You loved a lime-sparked gin cocktail perfumed with lavender that refreshed you in New York, and the lemon, mint and verbena mocktail that cooled you in Miami. Now you've decided to play with herbs and cocktails at home. Which is brilliant if you grow...
Tags: Lemons, Whole Foods Market, Thyme
"Woo-hoo," Homer Simpson well might say, "Bacon Day!" But while Homie would pop open a cold one to accompany this recipe, we're after a wine pairing. For a red, keeping it on the lighter side is smart (bit of fat, bit of tannin), so pinot noir or gamay...
May is Florida Beef Month and you can visit floridacattlemen.org to learn more. Here are some easy to prepare beef recipes for your spring menus: Easy Steak Diane Yield: 4 servings 1 pound beef shoulder petite tender medallions, cut 3/4 inch thick...
Tags: Steaks, Shallots, Salt, Mushrooms, Foods and Beverages
PALERMO, Italy — This Sicilian city is full of secrets, but its street food isn't one of them. Monday through Saturday, the locals follow the smells and sounds to any one of Palermo's open-air markets for a taste of regional fare. My experience...
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