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  • Lamb shank tagine with fruit and nuts

    Total time: 5 hours Servings: 4 to 6 Note: From Farid Zadi. You may want to prepare the ras el hanout, harissa and the sweet tomato sauce the day before, then finish on the day of serving. Serve with harissa. (Harissa and ras el hanout also are...
  • Comfort by the bowlful

    AND now we enter the soup season. In the face of such recent challenges as being buffeted by freezing temperatures, battling the flu or simply recovering from the lingering effects of holiday overeating, there is nothing quite so restorative as a bowl...
  • Recipe: Bagna Cauda with Vegetables

    Recipe: Bagna Cauda with Vegetables
      Note: Basically, Piemonte's bagna cauda is a "hot bath" of olive oil, anchovies and plenty of garlic in a terra cotta pot warmed over embers (or a chafing-dish arrangement) in the center of the table. This recipe, from wine maker Giacomo Bologna,...
  • Recipe: Crispy spiced duck with roasted baby turnips

    Recipe: Crispy spiced duck with roasted baby turnips
    Total time: 3 hours, 35 minutes, plus 2 1/2 days refrigeration Servings: 4 Note: If you can't find the baby turnips at the farmers market or Japanese turnips (kabu) at a grocery, you can use four large turnips, peeled and cut in thick wedges. The duck...
  • A hassle-free feast

    A hassle-free feast
    Holidays can be a hassle for everyone, even the pros. The difference is the pros all have worked out little tricks -- what the French call trucs -- to make feasts like Christmas dinner a little saner. These tips are so simple you can easily adopt them...
  • American Heart Association offers healthful Easter recipes

     
    Here are some healthful Easter recipes from the American Heart Association and the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women movement and Power To End Stroke movement. The assortment includes Blackberry Cake With Maple Icing, Carrot-Pineapple Salad...
  • Jockey Wok offers taste of China

    First impressions: Jockey Wok 'n' Rolls, located in a homely Hoffman Estates strip mall, has perhaps the most unfortunate name for a local Asian restaurant alongside Ukrainian Village's Takie Outit and Lakeview's Ping Pong. Kitschy name aside, it has...
  • Corned Beef And Cabbage

    Corned Beef And Cabbage
    1 corned beef brisket 1 large head cabbage (preferably savoy) 8 peppercorns 6 cloves garlic, whole peeled 4-5 parsnips 1-2 turnips 2 bay leaves 1 pound carrots, peeled and cut into circles leave two whole 6 large potatoes lrg dice 6 stalk celery, cut, 3...
  • Easy magic

    Easy magic
    Many gardeners don't have the time or energy to start plants indoors — but so many of the vegetables, herbs and flowers they wait to grow as transplants can be sown from seed, and many can be planted in a few weeks. What's more, if you sow seeds...
  • Takeout: Aladdin Mediterranean Grill, Palm Beach Gardens

    Address: 3896 Northlake Blvd. (Northlake Commons Plaza with Home Depot) Phone/Web: 561-622-1660/ aladdinmediterranean.com Hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday. Type food: Middle...
  • Even In Cold Weather, Organic Produce Flourishes At White Gate Farm In East Lyme

    Even In Cold Weather, Organic Produce Flourishes At White Gate Farm In East Lyme
    Pauline Lord sits in the kitchen of her home in East Lyme, sunlight streaming through windows that wrap two walls. One morning last week, she reflected on the past decade, during which she and her husband, David Harlow, created a small but thriving...
  • Dine in Sync with Mother Nature

    Dine in Sync with Mother Nature
    Eating fruits, veggies and seafood when they're in season is healthy for you and the planet. When produce is ripe off the vine, it has more flavor and nutrition than when it is shipped across continents. Fruits and vegetables are more plentiful in...