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Today is the official gateway to the holiday season, which means cooking and sharing, of course, with smiling family members gathered in warm kitchens to lovingly re-create treasured specialties from recipes passed down through the generations.
Snow comes with winter the way the receipt comes with groceries. Routine. Except in Baltimore. There, snow comes with winter the way Godzilla comes with New York. Unexpected. Terrifying. Disastrous for traffic.
Wondering about those hotly advertised kitchen gadgets? Thinking about purchasing them?
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Dorothy Miller from Towson, Md., was looking for a recipe for what she called Oriental fruitcake. She said the layer cake was made with pineapple, coconut, walnuts and raisins.
Q: How long can you keep condiments, such as sauces and salad dressings?
The American story is usually told through battles, ballots and bravado, not the biscuits, briskets and beans cooked up by generations of cooks. That situation is being rectified thanks to a series of historic cookbooks, drink guides and housekeeping manuals being republished online and in print.
Better Homes and Gardens has a new book out filled with lots of easy recipes for anyone facing a diabetes diagnosis or one who cooks for a diabetic.
We all wonder what celebrities eat, right?
You know the type: She/he already has a 1,000-bottle wine cellar, 65 corkscrews, a dozen too-cute wine posters ("Wine a little; you'll feel better") and subscriptions to wine mags from seven continents. So what do you get him/her for Christmas?
In retrospect, it's a publishing no-brainer: A gifted culinary teacher and cookbook author combines both pursuits to produce an easy-to-follow field guide into the vast universe that is Indian cooking.
After a judge ordered the partial shutdown of the Sriracha hot sauce plant in Irwindale, Calif., experts must now determine which parts of the factory's operation cause odors - a decision that could affect next year's sauce supply.
More than 40 years ago, Walter N. "Mickey" Hogan intended to turn a slice of McKinley Hill into apartments.
Amy Friese is a motivational speaker and sports nutrition guru with her own company, Fearless Nutrition. She helped explain the pitfalls of eating poorly while on the road and what should be considered as alternatives:
Anew wine competition that takes a different approach has revealed some fascinating results.
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