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4 ingredients + 20 minutes = great soup

September 30, 2015 In the farm-to-table food world of today, we often praise the cook who keeps recipes simple, letting the ingredients speak for themselves. more »»

Mark Bittman’s kitchen matrix helps home cooks get creative

September 30, 2015 BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Mark Bittman has an exponential theory of cooking: If you can cook one dish, you can cook thousands. more »»

No pop-the-top green olives?

September 30, 2015 Dear Heloise: I have a consumer complaint that I wonder if you could address. I love green olives, and very often I find that the jars do not “pop” when I open them. Some do, but many do no. more »»

A new era for a New Orleans eatery that predates Civil War

September 30, 2015 NEW ORLEANS (AP) — When customers started using the telephone to make reservations at Antoine’s Restaurant, owner Roy Alciatore was insulted that anyone would refuse to send a letter requesting a... more »»

Ditch the dairy to make the most flavorful, creamy soup

September 30, 2015 This time of year, with the weather getting colder, I love to serve soup for supper. It’s an easy sell at my house, where The Husband is a soup-aholi. more »»

String music brings tomato medley

September 23, 2015 Autumn brings a gold embrace that is currently starting to be on display in the Magic City. Have you driven through Oak Park? The flames of autumn are, without a doubt, my favorite time of the year. more »»

Pyrex: A glass act for 100 years

September 9, 2015 Guess what kitchen icon is celebrating a centennial birthday? I will give you a hint — this product has been showing up at weddings, bridal showers, family celebrations, picnics and state fair... more »»

It’s always about the people

September 2, 2015 All restaurant stories are above all else, people stories, the people who own and staff these businesses, and the patrons who frequent them. more »»

Design flaw for microwave

September 2, 2015 Dear Heloise: Years ago, I recall a column you had about microwaving. The reader was drying herbs, I think. more »»

Swiss chard and saxophone medley

August 26, 2015 I think it is safe to say that Swiss chard does not spend much time in the kitchens of today. This is according to my own mini-survey that I have been conducting since May. more »»

Is bigger always better?

August 19, 2015 Is bigger always better? Does a business or institution get better by being bigger? This question can include virtually any organized endeavor, from a pizza parlor, a family restaurant, a gas... more »»

Mixed company ... relish it!

August 12, 2015 Rays of sunlight recline on their sunny, star-shaped flowers, and before long this company of pollinated blossoms brings forth cucumbers. more »»

The restaurant women of Velva

July 22, 2015 Few have reason to know about or remember the little great plains town of Velva, that sits on about 500 acres somewhere near the center of North Dakota. more »»

Tomatoes can ripen family connections

July 14, 2015 It no longer lodges the souls at our Underwood family home; rather it has become the resting place for my Ringo geranium. more »»

What makes a restaurant exceptional?

July 8, 2015 These days the word exceptionalism is used in the context of election year sloganeering and vote mongering, especially patriotic appeals to “American exceptionalism. more »»

Cold winter day? Enjoy Elvis Jam!

July 1, 2015 If you are looking to liven up your breakfast table in January, now is the time to start preparing. Sometimes here in Dakota land a winter storm can put us in a jam. more »»

Rhubarb, photographs and more

June 17, 2015 Each one of us has experienced lists of things we should do before we depart this world and the lists seem to be ever growing! Here is a simple pleasure you need to place on your list: step into a... more »»

Harbor Bar and Grill: a culinary halfway house

June 10, 2015 Coleharbor, North Dakota, is a different kind of place. About halfway between Minot and Bismarck on U.S. more »»

Come, take a seat

June 3, 2015 The year was 1965 and Petula Clark’s hit song, “Downtown” was playing on radios everywher. more »»

Betting on the boom

May 27, 2015 Tombstone, Ariz., is a boom town founded in 1879 because of the discovery of silver in the area. Within seven years the town burgeoned from a population of 100 to over 14,000. more »»



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