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Make an eggplant Parmesan without extra breadcrumbs or oil

Posted 11/8/2017 in Food

Make-ahead meals and cooking for the freezer, once relegated to suburban supermoms who had it more together than the rest of us, are now trendy with the healthy-eating crowd.

Anne's Kitchen: Packed autumn, plus pickled peppers

Posted 11/1/2017 in Food

October has been a very full month for me, and I couldn't have asked for more.

Put pumpkin puree to work as part of a frozen winter treat

Posted 11/1/2017 in Food

All four of my daughters love frozen acai bowls because they feel like you're eating ice cream for breakfast, except healthier.

The secret to tender buttermilk biscuits is a cold truth

Posted 11/1/2017 in Food

You can't beat hot-from-the oven, crispy-on-the-outside, tender-on-the-inside, buttermilk biscuits.

Cooking on deadline: mashed sweet potatoes with garlic

Posted 11/1/2017 in Food

There are certain vegetables that I bring home and have a stare-off with for a while before cooking them.

Sweets and more: Caledonia bakers are turning out the casseroles

Posted 10/25/2017 in Food

Most everyone knows the feeling -- some days we're simply overworked and overwhelmed. The kids need shuttling to and fro, job is running late, company's coming in -- or we just don't feel like coming up with dinner.

Sweet potato and Brussels sprouts hash gets a bacon blast

Posted 10/25/2017 in Food

A chill is finally in the air, which transforms what goes on our table.

Cooking on deadline: cauliflower with sesame drizzle

Posted 10/25/2017 in Food

Food writers (and I include myself) are often talking about what new things you can do with that package of chicken breasts or that pound of ground beef to get out of the same-old, same-old cooking rut.

Anne's Kitchen: Thinking ahead to Thanksgiving, eh?

Posted 10/18/2017 in Food

Oh, to be Canadian and live in the United States. Then you'd have the opportunity to celebrate two Thanksgivings!

You won't believe the thing that makes great cheese straws

Posted 10/18/2017 in Food

The South is credited with creating the cheese straw but no one knows who, where or why exactly.

Ginger tea is a soothing drink

Posted 10/18/2017 in Food

With the arrival of the cold-and-cough season, you may be thinking about cooking up a big batch of chicken soup as a cure for what ails us. I love the stuff, too, but I suggest you stock up on some fresh gingerroot instead.

This 10-minute tortilla soup is filling comfort food --fast

Posted 10/18/2017 in Food

I owe the idea to well-meaning fans, who over the years would approach me to thank me for the genius of making 10-minute-meals.

 

Cooking on deadline: red lentil and chicken slow-cooker soup

Posted 10/18/2017 in Food

I am a Football Mom. A New York City Football Mom, so Football Moms from, say, Texas or California might smirk at me a little. That's OK. I recognize the difference.

 

Awesome okra: With some help from the chickens, a Caledonia gardener is standing in tall okra

Posted 10/11/2017 in Food

Chas Allen might be starting to feel a little like the mythical Jack of fairy tale fame, the lad who grew a legendary beanstalk.

Flexible Frittata is thick, satisfying omelet

Posted 10/11/2017 in Food

What to do on a busy weeknight when you poke your head into the fridge and discover a variety of souvenirs left over from previous meals -- including veggies, protein and starch?

Cheese stars in this meatless burger that has a yum factor

Posted 10/11/2017 in Food

As much as I love a juicy beef burger, I've become a little obsessed with creating veggie burgers that step in and satisfy without any meat.

Anne's Kitchen: On the road: great friends, great food

Posted 10/4/2017 in Food

When this column appears, I'll be back home in Columbus, but as I write it I'm on Day 8 of a 10-day road trip. To remain true to the spirit of my column, I'll relate the trip as food memories.

Scratch the itch of Asian takeout craving with Kung Pao Cod

Posted 10/4/2017 in Food

Eating healthy doesn't mean there isn't room for occasional treats like Chinese takeout or a drive-thru for our favorite one-of-a-kind cheeseburger.

Tired of plain old vegetables? Spice 'em up with some flavor

Posted 10/4/2017 in Food

I am smaller than a dime, and though I am cool, I can also burn. I can be many colors, but also none at all. I am a household name, but people rarely speak of me. What am I?

Pumpkin coconut squares are scrumptious treat for Halloween

Posted 10/4/2017 in Food

Here's a scrumptious treat for Halloween. It happens to be too delicate to give away to the trick-or-treaters, but it's just right for y-o-u and your family and friends at a Halloween party or dinner.

 

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