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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...
Tags: Russ Parsons, Jonathan Gold, Shallots, Mustard, Wines
Our third of five finalists is James Pike of Los Angeles. Needless to say, it's a glorious mess of a burger. He writes: “We believe that the true spirit of burgerism is a personal devotion to one’s ideals. The ideal burger has a juicy,...
Tags: Restaurants, Russ Parsons, Jonathan Gold, Judges, Bacon
Our second of five finalists is Julia Hoadley of San Diego. Love a little heat? Her Hoads Hot Jalapeno Burger will make you very happy. She wrote: “This burger uses homemade ingredients that enhance the flavor. For example, nothing is better...
Tags: Bagels, Russ Parsons, Jonathan Gold, Mustard, Garlic
Food editor Russ Parsons loves his anchovies: "Once many years ago I came across a fish vendor at the farmers market with a whole tray full of beautiful fresh anchovies. On a sudden impulse, I bought them all. Real anchovies — the ones that have...
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Wondering what to do with your summer produce? This week, Food editor Russ Parsons shares 4 ways to cook 5 different types of summer produce, including tomatoes, eggplant, peppers, zucchini and corn. Corn salad? Check. Eggplant appetizer? Check....
Tags: Pancakes, Russ Parsons, Zucchini, Souffle, Bacon
Rice salad takes a colorful turn with cooked small shrimp, fresh arugula, tomatoes, minced red onion and toasted pine nuts. The whole dish comes together in about 45 minutes. / For more quick-fix dinner ideas, check out our video recipe gallery. Food...
Tags: Shrimp, Russ Parsons, Pasta Salads, Rice Salad, Salads
Soup. It's the perfect one-dish meal. A little of this, a little of that -- before you know it, dinner is served. It's simple. But perhaps the best thing? Soup always seems to taste best the next day, after the flavors have really had a chance to marry....
Tags: Vegetarian Diet, Wines, Zucchini, Garlic, Chicken
So what's the true test of a cook? Well, as Food editor Russ Parsons shows, it's the ability to make something from nothing: "Here in California we love to brag about our abundance of wonderful seasonal ingredients and how that makes good food easy....
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Ever made -- or heard of -- onigiri? A couple of years ago, food writer Sonoko Sakai did a great piece on onigiri for Food. She wrote: "Onigiri is a quick and satisfying Japanese fast food made with rice. You might find some resemblance to those sushi...
With strawberries showing up in the market now, how do you know what to look for? Here are some tips on choosing, storing and using berries, courtesy of Food Editor Russ Parsons: - Choose the best berries by aroma, not color or size. The flavor of...
Tags: Russ Parsons, Pies and Tarts
From beer cocktails to classic Irish soda bread to corned beef and cabbage, we cover all the recipes you could want to ring in the green on this St. Patrick's Day! Recipes: 15 recipes to celebrate St. Patty's Day In addition to the 15 recipes above,...
Take some milk, add a little acid and give the mixture time to do its thing — who would have thought homemade cheese could be this simple? What with all the equipment and specialized ingredients I'd read about, cheese making sounded as if it were...
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