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Lent is a time when less can mean more, especially in the kitchen. Going without need not be faced with a frown. Let dietary restrictions spur creativity and boost flavor, however modest the meal.
Q: I buy expensive gin but cheap commercial tonic water. What are the other choices? I've seen some high-end bottled quinine waters but have not tried them. Are they any good? Can I make my own?
Q: Could you possibly clear up the notion of Kobe beef? From what I have read it is extremely hard to find the real stuff outside of Japan and that in the U.S. it's all just a big scam.
For Gonzalo López, 77, it has been a lifetime of scrimping on a factory worker's salary, trying to save enough to make sure his brain-damaged son would be cared for even after he was gone.
The father of a 12-year-old boy arrested in the fatal stabbing of his 8-year-old sister said Monday he believes his son is innocent until he is shown evidence that proves otherwise.
Robert and Margrit Mondavi personified the glamorous wine country life during their high-profile 28-year marriage. As America's most famous winemaker, Robert Mondavi proved what California vintners could achieve, while Margrit deftly wove wi...
Gizella Beres Devenyi, who works behind the cash register at the delicatessen Zena in a working-class neighborhood here, says it is easy to see Hungary's new salt tax at work.
The Brothers Grigg had just started a frozen food company to make, among other things, french fries.
As interest continues to grow nationwide in all things Southern food restaurants, chefs, cookbooks there's a "natural curiosity" about the humble yet iconic cast-iron skillet, says Virginia Willis, the Atlanta-based a...
A crowd of shorebirds eyed the 30-pound salmon on a cleaning table at the edge of Tomales Bay. "I brought that in," Pat Cannon said proudly.