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Preserved lemons are a delicious kitchen gift worth the wait

Posted 11/25/2015 in Food

In Moroccan and the Middle Eastern cooking, the lemon is treated much differently than here in the U.S. And it's a difference I love.

No need to be shy about reaching for prepared pie crusts

Posted 11/25/2015 in Food

I am an unabashed fan of refrigerated pie crusts.

Sweet harvest: In time for Thanksgiving, the Country Store Bake Sale returns

Posted 11/18/2015 in Food

Betty Clyde Jones gets the cooking bug about this time of year. She isn't alone.

 

Anne's Kitchen: Cauliflower, an 'it' food

Posted 11/18/2015 in Food

What do couscous, quinoa, kale and cauliflower have in common?

 

 

Making perfect mashed potatoes, whether plain or gussied up

Posted 11/18/2015 in Food

Are you the sort of person who insists that Thanksgiving mashed potatoes can only be served straight up buttery, or are you willing to allow room for a little creative adulteration in the name of bigger, bolder flavor?

 

Not feeding a crowd this Thanksgiving? Roast a turkey breast

Posted 11/18/2015 in Food

Let's say that this year's Thanksgiving feast is going to be a more intimate affair than the usual cast of thousands, yet you still want turkey. It can be done.

Fruit of the vine: Wine tasting 101 -- a sensory journey

Posted 11/11/2015 in Food

Exploring wine is a sensory journey, one made with the eyes, nose and palate. Unlocking its secrets, its varieties, its language, has fascinated enthusiasts through the ages.

At Thanksgiving, learn to love savory side of sweet potatoes

Posted 11/11/2015 in Food

What with fall being well under way, we feel it's time to set aside our bags of marshmallows. They were fine for s'mores in summer, but do we really need to disgrace our sweet potatoes with them?

A moist and buttery seeded dinner roll with a sweet side

Posted 11/11/2015 in Food

The turkey, the stuffing, the gravy, the mashed potatoes, the sweet potatoes, the bacon-Brussels sprouts medley, the corn, the salad, the cranberry sauce ... A bountiful table, for sure.

For real fall flavors, get your winter squash on the grill

Posted 11/11/2015 in Food

Just because the weather has turned crisp, doesn't mean you have to put away your grill.

Ready for Thanksgiving turkey 101?

Posted 11/4/2015 in Food

Some people are all about the stuffing. Some can't do without the mashed potatoes. And the debate over marshmallows with the sweet potatoes can stoke family feuds. But at the end of the day, Thanksgiving is all about the bird.

 

Anne's Kitchen: Fall days, fall soups

Posted 11/4/2015 in Food

In my last column I longed for fall and cool weather. Two weeks later I am at the lake, stuck inside because of cool, fall rain for the past two days.

 

DIY or canned, leftover cranberry sauce makes great pancakes

Posted 11/4/2015 in Food

In their natural form, cranberries are quite healthy, full of vitamin C and fiber and packing just 4 grams of sugar per cup.

Can't decide between spoonbread and corn pudding? Do both!

Posted 11/4/2015 in Food

During fall -- and particularly at Thanksgiving -- we often find ourselves searching for just the perfect side dish.

Artsy edibles: Yes, there's time

Posted 10/28/2015 in Food

Three more days 'til Halloween and you've put off doing anything creative with those pumpkins you picked up a week or so ago. Sure, you meant to, but the carving, the mess, the clean up ... and besides, it's too late now, right? Of course not.

Entertaining a gaggle of ghouls? Time to dress up popcorn

Posted 10/28/2015 in Food

It's that time of year again, when gaggles of little ghosts, goblins and ghouls expect sweet treats.

Perfect nooks and crannies make DIY English muffins worth it

Posted 10/28/2015 in Food

Jasper White, one of my favorite Boston-area chefs and an old friend, likes to tell a story about the time Julia Child insisted he make common crackers (the hard round crackers served with chowder in New England) from scratch.

Warm up your butternut soup with earthy Indian seasonings

Posted 10/28/2015 in Food

Creamy, comforting, earthy, warming, silky and gorgeous. Butternut squash -- and many other winter squashes -- cozy right up to traditional Indian flavors.

Scare up some sweets: A Columbus baker shares monstrously good treats

Posted 10/21/2015 in Food

Mason Chandler needed just a little more red icing to make his sugar cookie perfect Monday. Then, a bit of green and a touch of blue and, oh yes, three or four more googly candy eyes.

 

Anne's Kitchen: Oktoberfest is in the air

Posted 10/21/2015 in Food

At long last there's a faint, far-off whisper of fall in the air.

 

 

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