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Grilling fish and seafood can be intimidating.
Time to break out the napkins. It's rib time.
In the wake of the craft cocktail movement, could poptails be far behind?
Steak, mushrooms and sweet onions on the grill make a perfect quick dinner.
On Thursday, the Fourth of July, we celebrate the 237th anniversary of the day the Founding Fathers declared America's independence from Great Britain. Historians say they toasted their life-risking audacity with a heady wine called madeira.
LONG BEACH ISLAND, New Jersey - Residents of Long Beach Island enjoy their steamed clams, stuffed clams, clam sauce and clams on the half shell as well as white and red clam chowders. But they also "dig" clams as tourist attractions and teaching tools.
Q: Can I substitute buttermilk for sour cream in a recipe? How about using buttermilk instead of half-and-half?
Soave. I love to roll that word around in my mouth. Pronounced "suave-ay," Soave Classico is perfect summer drinking, especially this example from third-generation winemaker Stefano Inama. The grapes for his Soave Classico come from 30-year-old vines, and the wine has an uncharacteristic intensity. The bouquet is gentle, mostly wildflowers, but the 2011 has a minerality reminiscent of Chablis along with a bright thread of acidity. And that's what holds your interest, sip after sip.
Liz Williams from Newton, N.C., wanted help finding a recipe for making baked lasagna that she had lost. She said the recipe came from a box of pasta she was using probably around 20 years ago, and it was the best lasagna ever.
In the not-too-distant past, a marinade was something you mixed up yourself, often with family-secret ingredients, to flavor and perhaps tenderize meat before cooking it. Then some industrialist noticed that typical marinade ingredients (oil, vinegar, herbs and spices) were what he was already selling as salad dressing; he began advertising this other use for his products, and sales increased.
OCONOMOWOC, Wis. - The humble, unassuming bratwurst has become an indispensable part of many small businesses across Wisconsin of late, and along the way the sausage has undergone a makeover that would make a high-brow fashionista drool.
Whatever you call it, the world is agog at the Cronut, a deep-fried croissant-like doughnut. The originals are made in New York, but here's an option for your own kitchen.
Is your refrigerator running? If so, better go catch it.
Last week, I was awash in one of Michigan's best home-grown gems: strawberries.