The Face of Homelessness Isn't What You Think
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The Face of Homelessness Is Not What You Think

Chris Llamas will turn 27 next May. He might bake a birthday cake and whip up a batch of meatloaf, his favorite food. He learned how to cook from his Grandma, using her handwritten recipes. He hasn’t been able to cook for years, but…

November 3, 2017
Classic Chicken and Dumplings
Main Dishes Poultry Recipes Soups and Stews

Classic Chicken and Dumplings

It’s not often that I happen upon a recipe I dream about, one so very nearly perfect that no tweaks are needed. But Bon Appétit’s recipe for Best Chicken and Dumplings fits that description. Although it calls for “schmaltz”, a slow rendering of chicken…

November 3, 2017
taste perceptions
Blog Dishing It Up

Is What You Taste All In The Perception?

I recently had a run-in with a sweetbread and decided it was offal. Stop looking at me funny. That was a pun. We were ordering dinner at a restaurant celebrated for its way with food and opted for the “tasting menu.” Before a crumb…

October 6, 2017
spinach stuffed tomatoes
Method Recipes Side Dishes Vegetables Vegetarian

Stuffed Tomatoes with Spinach

Stuffed tomatoes with fresh spinach make a colorful side dish perfect for pairing with grilled or roast chicken, fish, beef or pork. Versatile and easy to pull together, leftovers make a great lunch, too! Stuffed Tomatoes with Spinach Recipe 4 medium tomatoes, hulled and…

October 6, 2017