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  • Recipe: Rosemary pine nut cookies

    Recipe: Rosemary pine nut cookies
    Total time: 2 hours, 10 minutes, plus chilling time Servings: Makes about 5 dozen cookies Note: From chef-co-owner Nancy Silverton and pastry chef Dahlia Narvaez of Mozza in Hollywood. You will need a 1 1/4-inch round cookie cutter. 1 cup pine nuts,...
  • For precise cooking, get on the kitchen scale

    For precise cooking, get on the kitchen scale
    I didn't wake up one morning wanting to be a scale evangelist, honest. The urge grew gradually. But now, as America's kitchens fill with useless gadgets -- mango slicers, slider molds, cherry pitters, egg separators (what happened to hands?!) -- but still...
  • Indian breads: Flat-out fabulous

    Indian breads: Flat-out fabulous
    Indian breads, collectively called rotis, have become extremely popular restaurant items in the U.S. They are eminently doable at home as well. The breads as we know them here are from central and northern India, where mostly wheat is grown. In those...
  • Recipe: Grissini (breadsticks)

    Recipe: Grissini (breadsticks)
      Total time: 55 minutes, plus rising time Servings: Makes 4 dozen breadsticks Note: Grissini are easy to flavor: Add 1 tablespoon finely chopped fresh rosemary to the dough. Or add freshly cracked black pepper, thyme, caraway or other spices or herbs....
  • You can put a winning pie on your Thanksgiving table

     
    There was plenty of disagreement and plenty of cajoling as the judges sorted out their opinions about the 150 pies entered in the first -- but perhaps not the last, producers say -- pie contest sponsored by "Good Food," Evan......
  • And now, for something new...

    And now, for something new...
      In late October, I drove up north to visit my daughter and her family in Santa Cruz. After lunching downtown one day, Dinah and I walked over to the Museum of Art and History. She led me to her favorite exhibit, which featured the daily life of Santa...
  • Pastéis: hot on the trail of a legend

    On the fringes of Lisbon, in the picturesque section of Belém, are two shrines that every year draw hundreds of thousands of pilgrims. The more imposing is the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, the Manueline-style monastery that contains the tombs of venerated...
  • Recipe: 1959 City School sour cream coffee cake

    Recipe: 1959 City School sour cream coffee cake
      DEAR SOS: If I were dying, I would want the coffee cake served in the junior and senior high school cafeterias in Los Angeles as my last meal. Do you, by chance, have the recipe? --MICHELE DEAR MICHELE: Our sentiments exactly. Here's the recipe as...