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Memorial Day is the official start to summer, and to back yard chefs it is also the official start to grilling season.
Sumac-Spiced Eggplant A A'Schnitzel.A Sometimes, all the author wants is a steak.
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Earlier this month at the big James Beard Awards whoop-de-doo in New York, the "Rising Star Chef" award went to a young man named Danny Bowien.
Add the onion and cook, stirring occasionally, for 8-10 minutes or until softened.
With barbecue season upon us, chef Patricio Sandoval of Mercadito Midtown shares a recipe quite different from the usual carnitas.
Nothing says summer like a delicious meal on the grill. From steaks to sides and even desserts, you can grill your entire meal outside with these recipes.
People's biggest mistake when cooking over fire, says Napa-based chef Michael Chiarello, is that they don't let the wood burn down to coals.
When it comes to summer barbecues, one allergy expert says it's wise to ask guests about food sensitivities long before you fire up the grill.
Pan-seared garlic rib-eye steak. Here's one way to light up a weeknight meal. Here's one way to light up a weeknight meal - and possibly smoke up your kitchen: A small amount of flambeed bourbon lends a certain and definite something to the pan sauce for this stove-top steak.
Cindy Gershen, who owns the Sunrise Bistro in Walnut Creek and teaches a healthy cooking class at Mt.
Memorial Day opens the summer season with a variety of tastes and outdoor foods for barbecues, picnics and other gatherings.
Combine the biscuits and butter and mix well. Press the mixture into the base of a 20cm springform cake pan.
Sometimes it takes the mind of an 8-year-old boy to come up with a brilliant idea.
If you're like me, you're counting the days until the first red, ripe tomato appears in the garden or at the farmer's market.
The truck carrying 96 gallons of lemonade rolled to a sloshing stop on North 7th Street in Brooklyn, the block that dead ends at the East River.
Grilling season is upon us - granted, for many Coloradans it never goes away - and with it that primal urge to apply fire to protein.