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Colorful cookies a sign of spring

April 23, 2014 This time of year, colors are everywhere. more »»

A springtime take on the classic crabcake

April 23, 2014 As the weather gets warmer, I cook lighter. And in The Husband’s taxonomy of food, crabcakes are relatively light. more »»

Berry season pops with tons of flavor

April 16, 2014 With spring in the air and summer not far behind, it won’t be long before we are in the height of berry seaso. more »»

Grape salad is love at first bite

April 9, 2014 It’s a rare recipe that becomes an instant classic — a dish that’s so tasty people ask for the recipe immediately and one that you can picture yourself serving at family functions for years to come. more »»

A new way to dress up chicken

April 2, 2014 When watching what you’re eating and trying to lose weight, a lot of times chicken becomes a go-to dish. However, after a while, chicken can become boring and predictable. more »»

Egg whites work magic to make filling omelet for two

April 2, 2014 By SARA MOULTON The Associated Press Leaving aside anything made with powdered eggs (which don’t really count as eggs at all in my book), I’ve never met an egg dish I didn’t like. more »»

Fudge tastes like childhood treats

March 26, 2014 What to prepare for my next featured Tribune Cooks recipe? That was my dilemma. I had no doubt that it had to be some sort of sweet treat. more »»

Versatile, fresh mini cakes fit for Easter dessert

March 26, 2014 Chocolate seems to reign supreme when it comes to Easter. And while it’s hard to deny the appeal of cocoa, this spring holiday also begs for something fresh and citrusy. more »»

‘Twice-baked’ and ready to party

March 19, 2014 In a my last food column, I wrote about the comforts of meatloaf and twice-baked potatoes on cold winter days. more »»

Fish and chips a Lenten classic

March 11, 2014 If you live in the Mahoning Valley, chances are there’s a fish fry near you. During the Lenten season, churches and organizations all over take part in the no-meat Fridays by offering fish specials. more »»

The right sides can make the meal

March 5, 2014 Just as the right condiment can elevate any sandwich, the right side dishes can make the meal. more »»

Chocolate Haupia Pie: A taste of the islands

February 26, 2014 My daughter doesn’t bake. more »»

Risotto for the mushroom convert

February 19, 2014 Last summer, my husband, Jim, and I got hooked on “Master Chef. more »»

Recipe provides dinner and lunch

February 12, 2014 Every day you learn something a little bit different about yourself. Recently, I discovered that I’m a pretty good cook. This fact escaped me during my first 32 years of existence. more »»

Three cheers for quiche!

February 5, 2014 It’s that time of the year again when our busy schedules seem to taper down quite a bit. During the winter months, with the cold, snowy weather outside, I tend to hibernate in the warmth of my ho. more »»

Keeping comfy on cold winter days

January 29, 2014 Meatloaf and potatoes are the perfect comfort foods for a blustery January afternoon for two reasons. First, there is no other way to describe the combination but “yummy. more »»

Curl up with chicken and noodles

January 22, 2014 Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s feasts are traditional indulgences that are hard to pass up. more »»

Veggie box provides culinary inspiration

January 15, 2014 As a 24th wedding anniversary gift, my mom bought my wife and me a Veg of the Month Box subscription from The Chef’s Garden. more »»

Perfect dish for a cold winter night

January 8, 2014 When you work a busy schedule, it is nice to have meals ready to toss in the oven to bake while unwinding. more »»

Ring in the new year with mousse

January 1, 2014 For our Christmas Eve celebration at my mom’s house last week, I made bread pudding to share with the family, using the Paula Deen recipe that’s my go-to for bread pudding. more »»

 
 

 

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