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Make Chinese takeout yourself

January 1, 2020, 6:00am Food

Chinese takeout can be a lifesaver on busy weeknights. But if you’ve got a few minutes to spare, you can make many of those favorites at home. Read story

Brussels sprouts even their haters will love

January 1, 2020, 6:00am Food

Among my favorite wintertime bites are the warm Brussels sprouts served at Prune in New York. The sprouts come steamed tender and bathed in olive oil and salt, toothpicks on the side for spearing. It’s a great appetizer and always surprises guests who would never think to serve sprouts like the natural hors d’oeuvres they are. Read story

Bread knife can do more

December 29, 2019, 6:05am Food

There’s a reason a serrated knife is so often called a bread knife. The long blade with a series of sharp teeth excels at neatly cutting through the exterior of crusty loaves and gliding through soft ones without crushing them. Read story

SugarFoot’s BBQ makes the grade in Vancouver

December 27, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

It has been my pleasure to judge many major U.S. barbecue competitions, including Memphis in May, Kansas City’s American Royal and The Jack Daniel’s World Invitational Barbecue, enjoying some of the best of this culinary art in the country. So when I discover what I consider really good barbecue I love to talk about it. One recent weekend I discovered really good barbecue in Felida. Read story

Food & Drink: Indulge in decadence of boozy shakes

December 27, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

The end of the year is all about decadence. As part of my duty to overindulge in sugar and alcohol, I assembled a team of fellow hedonists to wander Vancouver seeking boozy shakes. It was a glorious — but surprisingly not very intoxicating — evening. Read story

Cold, wet year puts damper on potato yield

December 26, 2019, 6:03am Business

TWIN FALLS, Idaho — Fresh potato prices have roughly doubled after a poor growing year and a frosty harvest caused American production to drop 6 percent in 2019. Read story

A rustic French-style tart with the best fleeting winter fruit

December 25, 2019, 6:05am Food

In October, I flew to Paris to visit a friend living there. We were there to do research in Normandy for her next book and spent days driving around the French countryside — eating moules frites in Étretat, cobbling together dinner from a French grocery store while staying in a remote 17th century chateau in La Pommeraye — and, of course, drinking lots and lots of cidre. Read story

The Zen art of making Buddha’s hand marmalade

December 25, 2019, 6:05am Food

There are few things as alien-looking as a Buddha’s hand. Most people I’ve talked with have never even heard of it or seen it, and when I show them a picture, they scream in terror. Read story

Close out the year on a lighter note with a sumptuous breakfast strata

December 25, 2019, 6:05am Food

Breakfast bakes are a morning mainstay for good reason. They are prepped the night before, and so offer the cook a relaxed morning. They can feed a house full of guests, or check breakfast off the to-do list for a couple of days. Read story

Got an air fryer for the holidays? Break it in with these bagel chips

December 25, 2019, 6:03am Food

If you got an air fryer this holiday season, you’re in for a treat. Read story