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  • A natural, inside and out

    "Feel my windows," Al Rosen tells you. Feel his windows? But you do, and the floor-to-ceiling glass enclosing Rosen's den and living room is cool to the touch, despite the blazing weather outside. This is triple-glazed glass filled with argon gas, and it...
  • Here's to love (and lunch)

    Here's to love (and lunch)
    It's a shorter road than one might think from wedding-phobe to frenzied lady with a checklist and dream for that special day. Trust me. I've traveled it. I used to hear about extravagant wedding parties and think, "They're idiots," then reel off things...
  • Thrill of the chill

    There's nothing more civilized than a cup of tea. Or is there? This time of year, as the real hot weather is just thinking about blowing into town, a cup of tea sounds, well, hot. That thought sent us straight to the ice cream maker. If iced tea is...
  • Shake it up, baby!

    Shake it up, baby!
    IT'S getting hotter — and hotter, according to Al Gore. Time to turn up the AC, plan more trips to the beach, and grab yourself a seriously cool milkshake. A real shake, that is — not the synthetic kind handed to you from an anonymous drive-...
  • Flavors of Alsace

    Flavors of Alsace
    Like any hotshot young chef working in the heart of the entertainment industry, Maple Drive's Eric Klein knows how to make all of the lighter, brighter dishes that are demanded by his clientele. But Klein also has a secret weapon: choucroute, the very...
  • Pour it while it's really fresh

    When food writers first exhorted us to drizzle olive oil hither and yon in the 1980s, the problem wasn't just that drizzle is a silly word, but that the oil wasn't right. The bland, golden olive oils then dominating the market were fine for frying,...