Food

Published on January 17, 2019 - Page 7
Shrimp scampi is rarely awful, it’s unusual for things to go terribly wrong when garlic, wine and butter are involved but the ultimate scampi —...
Published on January 17, 2019 - Page 7
Many eggplant recipes start with slicing or dicing and sauteing in oil. But this approach can add a lot of unnecessary fat to your dish, as porous...
Published on January 17, 2019 - Page 7
Don’t throw out stale bread. Seriously, don’t. Baguettes, sliced sandwich bread and even loaves of crusty white bread can be recycled into homemade...
Published on January 17, 2019 - Page 7
Winter months do have a twist all their own. For many of us Amish housewives, the quiet winter months are a time to catch up on sewing for our...
Published on January 17, 2019 - Page 9
In the traditional Greek dish called shrimp saganaki, sweet, briny shrimp are covered with a garlic- and herb-accented tomato sauce and topped with...
Published on January 17, 2019 - Page 9
Traditionally, Italian porchetta is a whole pig that is spit-roasted to produce fall-apart tender, rich pieces of slow-cooked pork, aromatic with...
Published on January 14, 2019 - Page 17
LOS ANGELES (AP) — If you’re a lover of liver from duck or geese, your days of gorging are numbered here. A state ban of the dish known as foie gras...
Published on January 10, 2019 - Page 7
The star of this beef barley soup is a rich, intensely flavored beef stock. You can make a from-scratch stock in about 21/2 hours thanks to a lot of...
Published on January 10, 2019 - Page 7
It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s hard to get motivated to make a decent dinner. But what if that dinner could be made using just one pan? The following...
Published on January 10, 2019 - Page 7
It’s hard to find anyone who doesn’t love a bowl of spaghetti topped with meatballs and marinara, but stovetop versions are often messy (between the...
Published on January 10, 2019 - Page 9
How is everyone? Ready to settle down after the holidays and have a quieter schedule? I know winter does tend to be long and cold and gray, but I do...
Published on January 10, 2019 - Page 9
Sometimes I forget about frozen spinach. I always have frozen corn and frozen peas on hand, but frozen spinach falls off the radar from time to time...
Published on January 5, 2019 - Page 7
If you’ve had one of those days, and you find yourself glancing at the clock only to discover that it’s already 5 p.m. (What!?) and dinner is not...
Published on January 4, 2019 - Page 17
NEW YORK (AP) — Forget vending machines, PepsiCo is testing a way to bring snacks directly to college students. The chip and beverage maker says it...
Published on January 2, 2019 - Page 1
NEW YORK — Bacon and black coffee for breakfast, or oatmeal and bananas? If you’re planning to try to lose weight in 2019, you’re sure to find a...
Published on January 1, 2019 - Page 18
INCHEON, South Korea (AP) — Move over pot stickers, here comes another Asian dumpling. South Korea’s largest food company is making a multimillion-...
Published on December 30, 2018 - Page 29
This New Year’s Eve, stay home. Heck, stay in your PJs all night. But splurge on some tasty, fancy fare that’s still easy to make. ••• Peanut...
Published on December 30, 2018 - Page 30
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second part of a column about the family’s fostering journey with Rayni and Jesse. By GLORIA YODER We bade the birth...
Published on December 23, 2018 - Page 29
Take the time to indulge in some serious baking this holiday season. The following recipes will make you glad you did. ••• If you can’t find...
Published on December 23, 2018 - Page 31
Editor’s Note: This is part one of a two-part column from Gloria about her family’s long journey through the foster care system. By GLORIA YODER...
Published on December 20, 2018 - Page 9
This holiday season, take some time out to slow down, gather the family, and some friends, and enjoy a homemade, carb-rich breakfast. These recipes...
Published on December 20, 2018 - Page 11
A while ago I received a letter from a reader with a unique question. After thinking it over, I decided that maybe I should share the answers with...
Published on December 20, 2018 - Page 11
Making holiday cookies —the rolled, cutout, and glazed butter-cookie variety — is everyone’s favorite December activity. Unfortunately, these cookies...
Published on December 13, 2018 - Page 7
Let’s be honest, Christmas dinner is a big deal. Everyone wants his or her favorite to be served, because no one wants to be disappointed at the...
Published on December 13, 2018 - Page 9
Our readers shared their recipes so generously for the special edition we published at the end of October that we couldn’t fit them all. So, we’ll...
Published on December 6, 2018 - Page 9
Since the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah is underway, it’s time to get a primer in the holiday’s basics. Brisket, latkes and challah are all pretty...
Published on December 6, 2018 - Page 11
Rolled in powdered sugar before baking, chocolate crinkle cookies (often called earthquakes) feature chocolaty fissures that break through the bright...
Published on December 6, 2018 - Page 11
Use Yukon Gold potatoes for their rich flavor and moderate starch content, which helps them hold their shape when cooked. Olive Oil Potato Gratin...
Published on December 6, 2018 - Page 11
D ANIEL: So, we all like to make memories you know, and tonight was one of those nights, today was the last day of deer season for shotgun, so I told...
Published on November 29, 2018 - Page 7
Tuesday evening as I looked around the circle of friends, both Amish and non-Amish, I just wished there was a way to reach any of you readers who are...
Published on November 29, 2018 - Page 7
Our readers sent in so many recipes for the special edition we published at the end of October that we couldn’t fit them all. So, we’ll be...
Published on November 19, 2018 - Page 10
NEW YORK — There’s no reason to skip Thanksgiving dinner because of a salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey. That’s according to health officials...
Published on November 18, 2018 - Page 33
Thanksgiving is arguably the biggest holiday for pies. So why not take the time to learn how to make one from scratch? The following recipes offer...
Published on November 18, 2018 - Page 33
Panini, sandwiches traditionally cooked in a ridged press, are hard to get wrong — but also surprisingly hard to get just right. To turn a crowd-...
Published on November 18, 2018 - Page 35
BY GLORIA YODER Thanksgiving is just around the corner. I wonder what you think of as you prepare for this holiday? As long as I remember, a...
Published on November 18, 2018 - Page 35
Our readers provided so many recipes for our recent special edition that we couldn’t fit them all. So, we’ll be publishing the ones we have left in...
Published on November 15, 2018 - Page 9
A lot of people wait all year to enjoy their Thanksgiving meal. Everyone has a favorite dish, and the following recipes can help you tweak some...
Published on November 15, 2018 - Page 11
Good morning, the children are all sleeping, so I’m seizing some quiet moments to get in touch with you. I’m writing in response to Norma, from...
Published on November 8, 2018 - Page 7
Let’s get creative! Let’s get excited! Let’s make a few of the relatives nervous! And it doesn’t involve anything drastic, just a tweak or two to...
Published on November 8, 2018 - Page 9
I tossed and turned. The mental list was only getting longer. “This is ridiculous, why waste this precious time when I could be sleeping?” I asked...
Published on November 1, 2018 - Page 7
For an easy, rustic dessert, you really can’t beat a cobbler. With a fleet of tender biscuits floating on a sea of sweet fruit, a good cobbler can...
Published on November 1, 2018 - Page 7
Many people who grew up outside the South think that all Southern food is the same. But this is far from the truth. You can live one county away and...
Published on November 1, 2018 - Page 7
I have been searching for this recipe for years. Early in my career, I worked with a girl who was originally from Ireland. Most weeks, she would make...
Published on November 1, 2018 - Page 9
We were on our knees, having our morning prayer together when I heard the “tingle, tingle” of a bell. “What could it be?” I wondered. As we rose...
Published on November 1, 2018 - Page 9
Our readers shared their recipes so generously that there just wasn’t enough room in the special section we published on Monday. So, we’ll be...
Published on October 25, 2018 - Page 9
This cheese bread starts with all-purpose flour and whole milk and sour cream for a clean, creamy flavor and rich, moist texture. Just a few...
Published on October 25, 2018 - Page 9
Everyone knows it’s a terrible idea to go trick-or-treating on an empty stomach. It might seem like a good idea at first. More room for candy, and so...
Published on October 25, 2018 - Page 9
It’s Sunday afternoon and we are cruising down Interstate 70, heading for Hocking Hills in Ohio. We have another 230 miles until our arrival. Yes, we...
Published on October 25, 2018 - Page 11
The appeal of a dish consisting of just five ingredients is pretty obvious — it’s easy to make and it takes almost no time to land on the table....
Published on October 18, 2018 - Page 9
Halloween is creeping up on us, and while candy is always fun and expected, homemade treats are even better. If you’re throwing a Halloween bash or...