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Michele Yockey of Arroyo Grande was one of the 10 winners of our first Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off with these Keeflees: "This recipe has been in the family for at least 115 years," she wrote. "My grandmother came from what is now the Czech...
Tags: Los Angeles Times, Holidays, Recipes, Cream Cheese, Google+
Ingredients: Crust: 1 package moist yellow cake mix, divided 1/3 cup butter or margarine 1 egg Topping: 1/2 cup firmly packed light brown sugar 1 1/2 cups maple syrup 3 eggs 1/2 tsp. maple flavoring 1 cup chopped walnuts...
In the winters of earlier centuries, rooms could become very cold. Heat came only from a fireplace, and a glass of water just 6 feet from the flames could freeze. So blankets, coverlets and quilts were necessities. Only the very rich could import fabrics;...
To everything, there is a beginning and an end. The Hortiscope column started in the early 1980s but will end its run at the end of December because that is when I'll be retiring from the NDSU Extension Service. It all began under the competent...
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Connecticut has a whole lot of history, and a surprising amount of it is being ripped off and melted down for quick cash by thieves and unscrupulous scrap dealers. The plague of thefts of metal plaques, statues, and fittings from historical monuments,...
The restaurant: 32 East, 32 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, 561-276-7868, 32East.com Holiday memory: "The flavor of Christmas for me is pork. My Cuban parents started cooking very early in the day. Dad always made a pig in a box. That was just the...
Tags: Delray Beach, Limes, Pies and Tarts, Cranberry Sauce, Salt
Monika Csaszni of Redondo Beach was one of the 10 winners of last year's Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off with her Hungarian Isler cookies: "When I was a little girl, during the holidays we would go to my grandparents' house in the countryside....
I don't know whether this is a tale about the glories of pesto or one of faulty memory. With summery basil pesto on my mind, and the desire to do something other than dressing pasta, I recalled a favorite dish from the famed Zingerman's Delicatessen in...
Tags: Chicken, Salt, Foods and Beverages, Chicken Breast, Arugula
My first encounter with polenta was with one of those easy-to-use plastic tubes. I opened the tube, sliced the polenta, and pan-fried the rounds in some olive oil. Effortless. Delicious. Then I started wondering if the coarsely ground cornmeal that makes...
Tags: Salt, Onions, Vegetarian Diet, Kale
When I sampled the offerings of Emmaus' True Blue Mediterranean Cafe not long after it opened three years ago, I discovered a source for one of my favorite cuisines close to home. Now there's an outpost of this restaurant in Historic Bethlehem, which...
Tags: Emmaus, Restaurants, Dining and Drinking, Apollo Grill, Hummus
PolitiCalCongressional leaders are in California this week to help raise money for candidates in hot congressional races. The state is seen as a key to which party will control the House of Representatives next year....
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