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By Judy Hevrdejs, Bill Daley and Joe Gray, Tribune NewspapersSoba sushi rolls "Long noodles are associated with long life and good health,'' says Hiroko Shimbo, author of "Hiroko's American Kitchen" (Andrews McMeel, $24.99). Here she turns soba noodles into sushi rolls. Pair with your favorite cold dipping sauce....
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Onions, Cucumbers, Mangos, Kosher Salt
What's on the menu for 2013 at restaurants and watering holes across the country? Experts offer their predictions. Keg wine: Wine in kegs is "rocking San Francisco and the Bay Area," reports Evan Goldstein, the master sommelier, author and president of...
Q: I am invited to an affair called Boxing Day. My Scottish and Polish sister-in-law will be having Scottish and Polish food and I would like to bring a side dish that will knock their socks off. They wanted my spinach salad but I am thinking of...
Q: See if you can find out if the Villa Girgenti passed their pizza recipe out to anyone when they closed their place on Paulina. It was a '60s North Side high school hangout, and they had the best thin crust pizza ever. What a waste to no longer sell it....
Tags: Michigan Avenue, Values, Mario Lanza, Ethics, Chicago Tribune
Howard Johnson built a coast-to-coast network of eponymous restaurants and motel franchises that fed the wanderlust of mid-20th-century North Americans. In so doing, he transformed Howard Johnson's into a cultural phenomenon known to millions for its...
Q: I understand that slicing an apple seems like a simple task, but I would like to read about the most efficient way to slice an apple around its core in one of your columns. Also if you wouldn't mind explaining to me the most efficient way to slice a...
Tags: Michigan Avenue, Chicago Tribune, Pineapple
Q: Can you substitute margarine for shortening in a cupcake recipe? If the recipe calls for 3/4 cup of shortening, how much margarine would you use? —Judy Levin, Chicago A: Yes, you can. Just keep in mind there will likely be some texture and...
Tags: Michigan Avenue, Chicago Tribune, Margarine, Recipes
George Washington Carver was a scientist who did more to raise the peanut's public profile than any other figure in American life, with the possible exception of former farmer-turned-president Jimmy Carter and Planters' Mr. Peanut. Carver's work with...
M.F.K. Fisher had a way of surprising people. Take the name, for instance. Hiding behind those genderless initials stood a woman. That was a shocker in the 1930s. For anyone who could write so confidently and exult in a subject so base as food had to be a...
Lobster is a rich man's food, true, which may be why it tastes so extraordinarily good piled into a humble hot dog roll. This New England specialty appears on 2 percent of menus nationwide where sandwiches are offered, according to a recent report by...
Q: Do you have any advice for a movable feast? Meaning, I'd like to offer to cook and bring the turkey to this year's celebration at our son's home, but we have a 45-minute to 1-hour drive to his place, and although I like to cook I've rarely done a...
Turkey. Let's talk about it — honestly. Is it time to ax that big ol' bird from your Thanksgiving feast? Even if you do have the free hours to roast it, a hungry crowd to feed and enough oven space to hold the monster, who these days has the carving...
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