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  • Dinner tonight! White gazpacho with grapes

     
    Nothing beats the heat like a cool summer soup. For a variation on classic gazpacho, try this white gazpacho with grapes....
  • Test Kitchen video tips: Food processor for quick breads and crusts

     
    If you've never made a quick dough in a food processor, I can't stress how wonderfully simple and easy the whole process is....
  • Food FYI: Oklahoma university wants to patent a new steak

     
    Food FYI: Oklahoma university wants to patent a steak...
  • Mo-Chica to open May 30: Here's the menu

     
    Ricardo Zarate says he's looking forward to grilling paiche, an Amazonian river fish that can weigh up to 500 pounds, in his new kitchen at downtown Mo-Chica, set to open May 30. The original Mo-Chica located in the Mercado de......
  • The apéritif hour: Chopped chicken livers on toast

     
    When I got hold of April Bloomfield’s new book “A Girl and Her Pig,” I zeroed right in on the Brit chef’s recipe for chopped chicken liver on toast. Just looking at the picture, I could tell this would be......
  • Gov. Jerry Brown legalizes sale of home-cooked food in California

     
    California governor legalizes sale of home-cooked food...
  • T.H.E. Clinic: Battling diabetes

     
    Carlos Sanchez ignored his diabetes for nearly 15 years. Then in February of last year he got a sore on his foot that wouldn't go away. Sanchez went to the Harbor-UCLA Medical Center emergency room, where doctors had to amputate his leg....
  • Test Kitchen tip: Grain mill

     
    Have you ever considered milling your own flour? Whether you go for an inexpensive hand-cranked mill or a larger electric grinder, you'll find that you can vary the flavor and texture of a variety of goods -- breads, cakes, and more -- when you grind your...
  • In pursuit of the Yucatan Peninsula's gray ghosts

    Welcome to the end of the road. If you're going to Sian Ka'an Biosphere Reserve, it stops here, near the tip of a long, skinny peninsula about 100 miles south of Cancun. Scrub jungle encroaches on the village, fishermen wait for the opening of lobster...
  • Bratislava, Slovakia: A velvety visit to old city with new touches

    Bratislava, Slovakia: A velvety visit to old city with new touches
    If your destination is Bratislava, be prepared for a few questions: Is that in Eastern Europe? (No, it's in Central Europe.) Capital of Slovenia, right? (Uh, no.) Where is that? (The last question courtesy of a Customs employee at LAX.) Until recently,...
  • Destination America aims to bring us together, with bacon

     Destination America aims to bring us together, with bacon
    Tony's I-75 Restaurant in Birch Run, Mich., is proud home of what might well be the nation's largest BLT. Each sandwich contains a pound of bacon — about 25 to 30 deep-fried strips — stacked about 8 inches high between two slabs of white...