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It's time to start chilling the bubbly for New Year's Eve. Today at Orlandosentinel.com/thedish I've posted my guide to great sparkling wines that cost less than $15 along with a selection of easy appetizers. In the meantime, let's dish: Really, more...
Time to take inventory and restock my baking goods to make some holiday treats. I like to make my own confections to share with friends and neighbors. Now let's see what our supermarket sleuths have discovered this week: Found Deborah found cinnamon...
Tags: Kissimmee, Walmart, Altamonte Springs, Orlando
My latest creation came about when playing with some espresso-ground pumpkin spice coffee. I love the flavor and was interested in trying to coax out more flavors at breakfast, hence the Pumpkin Coffee Cake. I also wanted it to have a bite to it so that...
Tags: Vanilla, Vanilla Extract, Coffee Cake, Pumpkin, Marketing
Pie in a bag sounds odd, but tastes delightful. My friend Alison served me one imported from Wisconsin, where The Elegant Farmer makes elegant work of apple, pie and brown-paper bag. The bag serves as steamer and shield, ushering the apples from crisp to...
Tags: Pies and Tarts, Apples
Dear Pharmacist: I ate like a hog over the holiday, and it was wonderful! To spare my guilt, are there any benefits to holiday foods and spices? — D.E., Orlando Dear D.E.: All those delicious spices have numerous medicinal benefits. Nutmeg can ease...
Tags: Asthma, Lymphoma, Viagra (drug), Pumpkin, Common Cold
Q: When I got married, for our first Christmas, I decided to bake a fruitcake for the first time. The thinking was that if it was made from scratch it would be much better than those horrors sold in the stores. The Betty Crocker yellow fruitcake recipe...
Frank “Pancho” Sampedro, the longtime guitarist in Crazy Horse, is a barrel of a man. He wears the look of a retired linebacker who has put on a few pounds. But he went airborne Thursday at the United Center as he and Neil Young squared off...
Q: While my mother was visiting me here in Chicago, my partner and I took her for breakfast at Pauline's in the Andersonville area and she was very enamored with the French bread pudding toast. She was wondering if there was any way that she could...
Tags: Michigan Avenue, French Bread, Recipes, Heavy Cream, Bill Daley
Q: I was scouring Google and the web for my favorite banana bread recipe that I think my husband accidentally threw in the trash. I won't make another banana bread without it! The recipe made one loaf and the pan was coated in sugar and cinnamon —...
Tags: Michigan Avenue, Google Inc., Recipes, Breads, Bananas
We had the pleasure of meeting some pretty talented chefs last week who prepared an absolutely scrumptious meal. Imagine a cool, refreshing apple salad made with Granny Smiths, yogurt and walnuts coupled with French toast topped with cinnamon, cocoa...
There's a category of online real estate information that I refer to as "advice for morons" that offers such stunning insights as, perhaps you ought to tidy up the house before you put it on the market. Another perennial tip: Bake some chocolate chip...
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