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15923   Jazz Up Your Cooking With Herbal Notes: An Herbal Affair  
Ellen Gale Fly
It''s July, and your basil is tall and fragrant. Greek oregano is covering a patch of ground with spicy little round leaves. Lemon basil, a slow grower, is poking along, waiting ... Issue Date: 7 / 1997

15478   Where There's Smoke, There's Flavor: Tips on Smoking Food  
Ellen Gale Fly
Barbecue, bar-b-q, or BBQ. No matter how they spell it in the Southwest and Midwest, when it''s on a restaurant sign out front, you can bet there''s smoke curling from a ... Issue Date: 9 / 1996

15191   Ruby Red Gems  
Ellen Gale Fly
Like blackened steaks and fish, sun-dried tomatoes are another food fad that just won''t go away. And for good reason. These chewy, dark red, intensely flavored tomatoes lend a ... Issue Date: 5 / 1996

13317   Pie Therapy  
Linda Joyce Forristal
My mother taught me how to bake a pie when I was the tender age of ten. An outrageously flaky crust held together with lard from our own pigs or Crisco was heaped full of tart ... Issue Date: 7 / 1995

13662   Cut-and-Dried  
Ellen Gale Fly
Home food dehydrating is increasing in popularity, as the number of television infomercials on the subject can attest. The electric dehydrators on the market today are ... Issue Date: 5 / 1995

13192   Foods From the Orthodox Table  
Simona Simeonova
In September 1993, quietly and without too much fanfare, Orthodox Christians throughout the United States celebrated the bicentennial of Orthodoxy on American soil. In 1793, the ... Issue Date: 1 / 1995

12372   A Heart-Happy Thanksgiving  
Ellen Gale Fly
Your relatives are coming for Thanksgiving. Your family is looking forward to a big turkey dinner with all the trimmings. But Uncle Henry had a heart attack a while back and ... Issue Date: 11 / 1994

12599   A New 'First' Kitchen  
Judith Olney
When Hillary Rodham Clinton recently chose Walter Scheib III, the then chef at West Virginia''s Greenbrier resort, to head up the White House kitchen, she sent a distinct ... Issue Date: 9 / 1994

12035   Bean-hole Beans  
Joe Wilcox
Originally from Caribou, Maine, Joe Wilcox is a Current Issues editor at The World & I. Most people define Maine by its rugged coastline, sleepy fishing villages, and ... Issue Date: 6 / 1994

11058   A Healthier Holiday with Sucanat  
Linda Joyce Forristal
Holidays are intrinsically a time for sugar: Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, and Christmas recipes ooze with it. It''s hard to escape its sweet attraction, even if you know you should. ... Issue Date: 11 / 1993

21905   Hook, Line, and Sizzle  
Judith Fertig
The Fourth of July seems to herald in the summer barbecue season. We all look forward to meals cooked over the coals. But this year; let''s give burgers, ribs, and chicken a ... Issue Date: 7 / 1993

10938   Spring in a Pie  
Linda Joyce Forristal
Certain things take me home to my childhood on an Iowa farm. One is strawberry patches. We had one behind the machine shed where my mother would pick strawberries until her arms ... Issue Date: 5 / 1993

10439   Hot Stuff  
Judith Fertig
Somehow, it is very fitting to be talking about chili peppers--capsicums--in the winter of 1993. On March 1, the city of Bayona, Spain, will celebrate the five hundredth ... Issue Date: 2 / 1993

20569   The Holiday Berry  
Linda Joyce Forristal
What''s more American than apple pie? How about cranberry pie? Now, before you accuse me of disloyalty, consider these facts. Apples are native to the Caucasus Mountain region of ... Issue Date: 11 / 1992

20205   Those Magnificent Macadamias  
Adrianne Marcus
You can never be too rich, too thin, or have too many macadamia nuts. Five pounds in the shell becomes one pound (about 3 1/2 cups) of kernels, and that translates to very few ... Issue Date: 1 / 1992

19633   In Praise of Salmon  
Adrianne Marcus
For years Americans have had this love affair with salmon--the fish, the color, the flavor. When eating out, salmon is decidedly the fish of choice, whether smoked, poached, or ... Issue Date: 10 / 1991

19242   Patriotic Palates  
Linda Bauer
Ever wonder what could be cooking in the kitchens of our congressmen, senators, or even in the grandest home of all--the White House? Surprisingly, the question never occurred to ... Issue Date: 7 / 1991

19327   Midsummer Feasting--the Scandinavian Way  
Eloise Paananen
Of all the ethnic cooking styles in America today, perhaps the most friendly, healthful, and versatile come from the Scandinavian countries. There is a certain heartwarming ... Issue Date: 6 / 1991

17175   Love Feast in Old Salem  
Eloise Paananen
The joy of a faith- and family-oriented Christmas seems nearly impossible to find in these days of commercialized glitz. But it does exist in Old Salem, a restored ... Issue Date: 12 / 1990

18154   Pumpkins at Morning and Noon  
Kay Shaw Nelson
Americans forget about the humble pumpkin until the nippy days of autumn herald the harvest holidays. It is one of our best known cultural symbols. Can anyone imagine Halloween ... Issue Date: 11 / 1990

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