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Founded in 2001, our club meets monthly. We pick titles by theme and try to bring food and drink to match the book's content. Some of our favorite combinations were graveyard cake and blood punch for Ray Bradbury's "Something Wicked This Way Comes" and...
There are plenty of ways to get kids to try new foods. Hide the broccoli in the brownies. Make muffins out of zucchini. Promise a trip to the toy store for a forkful of salad. Or you could do what the Days of Taste Program does: Take them to the farm so...
"Behind the Curtain" is a blog that gives theater and arts folks an insider's look at the cultural scene in Connecticut -- and beyond. Driven by a vast number of inside sources and the knowledge that sometimes the most exciting dramas happen off stage,...
It seems like just yesterday ‘The X Factor’ began. That’s probably because it was only last week, but considering I am seven blogs in, it feels like it has gone by very quickly. Especially since Thursday night brought the final round...
Tribune NewspapersEvery so often a book comes along that changes the world in some way. Maybe it heralds the start of a new social movement, or enlightens the world about events long hidden. Only in hindsight can we see what a difference such a book made. Here is one...
Tags: Recipes, Elections, Bill Daley, Politics
It was mid-June, and we were awash in the seasonal gloom when a box arrived at the editorial offices of the Coastline Pilot. Inside the box, nestled in brown and gold packing material, was an 18-karat gold wiener. It also happened to be the week that...
Tribune NewspapersIt’s a long way from Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck outside London, to Thomas Keller’s French Laundry in Yountville, Calif., at least in miles, even via plane. But it’s not far at all if you travel conceptually, via lines of food...
Tags: Rachael Ray, Alinea, Grant Achatz, Mario Batali , Food Industry
There's more cooking at Westwood Unique Furnishings & Antiques than meets the eye. Wander past the antique chests and art deco lamps to the back of the shop, and customers might be surprised to see a large kitchen fully stocked with pots and pans and...
We started the garden on a whim. We dug up the grass, bought chicken wire to keep out the gophers, erected a small fence to keep out the wild rabbits, then bought fertilizer, water and seeds. The plants came up willy-nilly, in no particular order. First,...
Tags: Summer Squash, Recipes, Pumpkin, Zucchini, Facebook
3 Food Events You Should Know About: Taste of the Nation; 'Beating the Nazis With Truffles and Tripe'; Mondavi on tour at L.A. Wine FestDaily DishEat well: Share Our Strength's Taste of the Nation: Los Angeles 2011 takes place June 12 at Media Park in Culver City, where top L.A. chefs will be cooking to help raise funds that go toward ending childhood hunger. One......
Baltimore Taphouse in Canton looks just fine when you walk in. It's a long, narrow hall, with plenty of beer on tap and a pool table at the back. But the first sign that you might be in better hands than you thought is found above the cash register....
Daily DishDorie Greenspan's "Around My French Table" was named the best cookbook of 2010 by the International Assn. of Culinary Professionals at the cap of their annual convention held Thursday night in Austin, Texas. It also won the award for best......
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