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Pity the late John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, whose snack during a card game gave name to the English culinary craze that followed. No, he didn't invent putting a filling between two pieces of bread. That had been done since ancient times....
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Onions, Breads, Hamburgers, Ketchup
Porta Via. Is it Italian for “by way of the door”? Or is it the verb/adverb combo “to carry out”? Either way, you'll want to take everything home from the Italian food emporium bearing this moniker. You may already recognize the...
So how are those New Year's resolutions going? Are you getting to work a little earlier? Hitting the gym more than once a month? Writing that novel? Eating more healthily? Maybe trying out a vegetarian diet? We can't help with the first few, but if you'...
Tags: Lettuce, Onions, Lasagna, Summer Squash, Hummus
There's a new burger and sports TV joint in Pasadena. We're calling it the Testosterone province of Cholesterolistan. The owners call it Slater's 50/50. The 50/50 stands for the makeup of their burger patties — 50% ground beef, 50% ground bacon....
Tags: Bacon, Potatoes, Onions, Los Angeles Times, Jack Cheese
The buzz around Trattoria Neapolis, the new fine-dining establishment on South Lake Avenue, is almost deafening. But there's a lot to buzz about. The venue is spectacular, the service is impeccable, the cocktails are exhilarating, the wine and beer...
There are cuisines that most Americans don't know enough about to even have misconceptions. Consider Ukraine, which shares a border, religion and alphabet with Russia. People who know only those facts might assume that the culture and cuisine are the...
Thyme is keen on duress. It grows in clay or sand. It tolerates drought, tight quarters and getting trampled. Some gardeners maintain it likes getting trampled. Which might explain, in a twisted way, thyme's reputation as courageous. Once, the soldier...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Thyme, Chives, Foods and Beverages, Salt
Margie Wight has been a member of the Hagerstown chapter of the Embroidery Guild of America since the 1980s. She’s also a home cook. One of her all-time favorite recipes is this white bean salad. “Anytime I’ve brought it to a picnic or...
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: Recipes, Rice Salad, Onions, Pasta Salads, Lemons
LOOKING FOR Deb Behie is looking for a recipe for a Blueberry Yogurt Cake similar to the cake at the cafe at Lehigh Valley Hospital. "I recently was visiting my daughter and had a delicious blueberry yogurt cake in the cafe at Lehigh Valley Hospital,...
Total time: 20 minutes Servings: 6 Note: This is the best way to get to the elusive pure, sweet but earthy flavor of the eggplant. Surprisingly, when this was served to a crowd of non-eggplant enthusiasts recently, it disappeared before the tomato...
Three years after Congress voted to require it, you still won't find calories listed on the menus of most restaurant chains. The problem? The federal government has yet to write the specific rules to carry out the law, in part because supermarkets are...
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