Make the most of your Easter celebration by preparing a brunch table with a few easy, handcrafted items.
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Celine Dion, who put her career on ice back in August to care for ailing husband Rene Angelil, is going back to Las Vegas late this summer to revive her Caesars Palace residency.
The documentary: ‘Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief’
Here’s one of the million things I love about baking: You learn something new every time. Recently, I learned that I could make biscuits using cottage cheese instead of milk.
When I was growing up, my family celebrated both Jewish and Christian holidays. And one of my favorites was Passover.
With Passover looming, I thought it might be nice to suggest a side dish — roasted Brussels sprouts — to complement the feast’s traditional items.
For most of us, salads are mainly unplanned affairs. Which is why the idea of salad cookbooks can seem kind of silly.
As a child, my only experience with matzo was my dad’s pizzas. This wasn’t a good association.
The Pantheon. The Panama Canal. The Hoover Dam.
One Saturday afternoon I found myself looking critically at the house, as if seeing for the first time in months all the niggling tasks that lay in wait: walls to paint; floors to scrub; laundry to fold. I was so overwhelmed by my growing chore list that I almost got up from the couch and set down my sandwich and plate of chips. Almost. That was yet another problem: How could I loaf in front of the TV, effectively cataloging all the chores that awaited, when I had no place to set down my lunch plate?
Feeding your family a good meal is easy. Just go to the grocery store and empty out your pocketbook.
The speed of life never ceases to amaze. Thank goodness I have an arsenal of fast-cooking dinner recipes to keep pace. Favorites such as pasta, pork tenderloin, skirt steak, even the occasional omelet.
REDLANDS, Calif. — Ryan Berk makes his chocolate from scratch. That means flying to Central America four times a year, hiking over Maya ruins to remote jungle villages and meeting face-to-face with the farmers who supply his cocoa beans.