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  • Canning it: Tools of the trade

     
    Home preservation can and should be done inexpensively. But it can also be a super-fun way to fill your cupboards with tools and gadgets specifically designed to extend the life of food. If you are really interested in food preservation......
  • Movie Quote Quiz

     
    Today’s Holiday Weekend Movie Quote Quiz has a twist. Instead of using actors and actresses as themes, I’ve employed certain words in their titles. In each case, there are four or more movies whose titles contain the same word. All......
  • Test kitchen bonus: Refreshing summer salads

     
    SUMMER SALAD WITH FRESH CITRUS VINAIGRETTE Yield: 6 servings. Vinaigrette: 1/2 cup fresh orange juice 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice 2 tablespoons minced ginger root 1/2 cup extra-virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon honey 1 teaspoon...
  • Super Bowl XLV: Vegeterian and vegan recipes for game day

     
    SUPER BOWL ISSUE: Filled with burgers, dogs, dips and beer, Super Bowl Sunday is the ultimate temptation when it comes to getting your eat on. But game day inconveniently falls just over a month after making lofty New Year's resolutions, leaving sports...
  • Try this, not that: substitutions to stay healthy

     
    I grew up in the South, and like any true Southerner, I like to eat fried chicken and barbeque, dress my sandwiches with mayonnaise, dip a lot of things in ranch and I cook with butter – lots of butter. I grew up eating the tastiest food, the kind...
  • L.A. Times Test Kitchen tip: Quick blender mayonnaise

     
    Last week's story on gratins includes a recipe for a baby artichoke gratin with a filling thickened using an aioli, or garlic-flavored, mayonnaise. The recipe calls for a homemade mayonnaise, which -- delicate emulsion that it is -- can be......
  • OMG! 'Taquito,' 'rugelach' and 'muffin top' added to the OED

     
    Just FYI, when I heard about the latest entries to the Oxford English Dictionary I was like, OMG! Seriously?!? LOL! Text-speak wedged its way into this tome -- considered the definitive record of the English language. The OED announced Friday......
  • Tinga: There's room for everything

     
    The taco is not what it used to be. Thanks in large part to the Kogi Korean taco revolution of a few years back, tacos have morphed from a Latin staple of meat, cilantro and onions into a sort of cultural chameleon. As soft, corn tortilla vessels for just...
  • Morning Mix With Scott McKenzie Recipe of the Week: Cranberry-Sage Crab Cakes

     
    The more the merrier in the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen! That’s why we have teamed with the fabulous folks over at Orlando’s WOMX Mix 105.1 to offer the morning show’s Recipe of the Week. Today's recipe is Cranberry-Sage Mini Crab Cakes....
  • Could your PB&J earn a $25,000 scholarship?

     
    The ninth Jif Most Creative Peanut Butter Sandwich Contest is accepting recipe entries through Oct. 22 at Jif.com. One grand-prize winner will be selected for the $25,000 scholarship, and four runners-up will each receive $2,500 scholarships. Sandwiches...
  • Gulf oil spill update: Fresh Florida seafood availability

     
    This report is updated every day at 2 pm or as conditions warrant. A portion of coastal state waters offshore of Escambia County are closed to fishing at this time. The closure includes state waters from the beaches out nine miles into the Gulf from the....
  • Test kitchen bonus: Florida avocados for your August menus

     
    Florida avocados are grown primarily in Dade County. Our fruit is much larger than California's Hass avocados, which are bumpy and dark-skinned. Florida avocados have smooth shiny skins and are naturally lower in fat than the junior-sized Hass varieties....