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Mushrooms

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  • Dining Review: Maddy's Food Truck Offers Classic Haitian Flavors

    Dining Review: Maddy's Food Truck Offers Classic Haitian Flavors
    Maddy's Food Truck @maddysfoodtruck   Griot: a French word for the traveling poets, musicians and storytellers of West African. Griot: a Haitian dish of morsels of tender, spicy, fried pork. I haven't yet figured out how these two meanings are...
  • Pork Roast Marsala

    Pork Roast Marsala
    Forget chicken and steak tonight. Our savory Pork Roast Marsala is so mouthwatering and tender, you won't think twice about making it again and again! Serves: 6 Cooking Time: 45 min   What You'll Need: - 1 tablespoon canola or vegetable oil - 1...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Celebrate Florida Beef Month

    Test Kitchen bonus: Celebrate Florida Beef Month
    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...
  • Vegan dishes and cabernet

    Vegan dishes and cabernet
    What's your favorite vegan entree with cabernet sauvignon? Sorry, it's a question always needing an answer here in California. — Terry Hall, Calistoga, Calif. What a great question, Terry. Given your gastronomic background — you were a...
  • Fried Foods: The Quest For the Holy Appetizer

    Fried Foods: The Quest For the Holy Appetizer
    A heaven-sent appetizer is endowed with a creation story, one that bestows a halo of mystique on an otherwise terrestrial snack. The first trope is the waste-not-want-not parable, also known as highly intelligent design, in which a creative chef finds a...
  • Italian Stuffed Zucchini Boats

    Italian Stuffed Zucchini Boats
    Summer yields some of the best produce! Our Italian Stuffed Zucchini Boats are a creative way to utilize some of those delicious veggies you have growing in your garden or picked up from the market! Serves: 2 to 4 Cooking Time: 30 min   What You'll...
  • Battle of the Burgers 2013 finalists: The Steakhouse burger

    Battle of the Burgers 2013 finalists: The Steakhouse burger
    Our fourth of five finalists is Christopher Lucchese of Echo Park. With his steakhouse burger, "you can have your steak dinner served on a delicious soft bun." He writes: “There is nothing better than a great rib-eye steak. It is probably my...
  • Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes showcasing Florida crimini mushrooms

    Test Kitchen bonus: Recipes showcasing Florida crimini mushrooms
    Crimini mushrooms, which are also called Roman, brown or Italian mushrooms, used to be the only mushroom grown in the United States. Growers abandoned them in favor of a faster-growing cousin, the common white button mushroom. However, an increase in...
  • Eat, drink and help end childhood hunger

    Eat, drink and help end childhood hunger
    Mushrooms are always in season and make an easy side dish for summer meals. Today at my blog, OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish, check out our favorite test-kitchen recipes showcasing crimini mushrooms (pictured). In the meantime, let's dish: Help end...
  • As good as grilling gets: Rib eye with dry mushroom spice rub

    As good as grilling gets: Rib eye with dry mushroom spice rub
    Q: Prepping for a family barbecue. I've mastered the burgers and dogs, but what's the best way to grill a steak? A: It's finally getting warm enough that the idea of firing up the grill is creeping into our minds. It's hard to go wrong with a grill, a...
  • Expectations

    It was a busy day in the kitchen and we were on our heels getting ready for a large wedding. I asked one of the young, impressionable culinary students to run into the walk-in refrigerator to get the sorrel lettuce. Returning with a bag of cilantro, I...
  • Empress Pavilion 1989: When the dim sum was better than in Hong Kong, moo shu was a 'burrito'

    Empress Pavilion 1989: When the dim sum was better than in Hong Kong, moo shu was a 'burrito'
    When Empress Pavilion, a 25-year-old dim sum restaurant in Chinatown, announced it was being evicted, the reaction included plenty of nostalgia. Many Angelenos recalled marking life's successful moments and celebrating holidays in the 600-capacity...