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2 min ago | Recipezaar

Butternut Orecchiette With Arugula and Pine Nuts

Slightly adapted for my tastes from blog "The First Mess"; gorgeous photos there of this vegetarian recipe! Posted here for safekeeping.


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3 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic

Review: Pinoy's Bistro offers classic Filipino cuisine

Review: Pinoy's Bistro offers classic Filipino cuisine Head to this Surprise restaurant for satisfying dishes with the taste of the Philippines Check out this story on Metro Phoenix has a sizable community from the Philippines, and Pinoy's Bistro & Grill is helping carry on with a culinary tradition pretty rare ... (more)


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7 hrs ago | Anchorage Daily News

Alaska from Scratch: A tomato soup revelation

A couple of years back, I was poring over the cookbook section of the Anchorage Barnes and Noble Bookstore, when a particular cookbook caught my eye.


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11 hrs ago | Korea Herald

Wallet-friendly - hansik' at Uigitu Haap

Haap owner-chef Sin Yong-il, who had been crafting Korean rice cakes and pastries for over three years, knew he would eventually branch out from desserts.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Dining, Korean Cuisine, Vegetables

11 hrs ago | Herald Gazette

Baking With Betty

Mix chicken, uncooked spaghetti and vegetables in a bowl. Whisk soup, broth and seasoning in a separate bowl.


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Thu Aug 28, 2014

'Chopped' met 'After Hours With Ultimate Champions, Italian & Firefighters

Tuesday night's special episode of "Chopped" offered three of the judges the chance to take on the appetizer round of the Pros round of the show.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Pudding

Serious Eats

Smoky Roasted Corn Soup With Chipotle Chile From 'The Beekman 1802 Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook'

Now, I know I might be overloading the column with corn-heavy recipes of late, but sweet summer corn is everywhere right now, and I am powerless against it! And it's so versatile, there's always something different and delicious to do with it.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Vegetables, Recipes

San Diego Reader

Marseilles: stay for the soup

Bouillabaisse [bu.ja.bE>E s] . For first timers, getting the correct pronunciation is hard.


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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Erie Times News

Millcreek Township's new Chopstix a fusion of flavors

The restaurant, which is located at the intersection of West Lake Road and Clifton Drive in the former Clifton Manor, has been totally updated inside and out.


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Star Tribune

Corn chowder greets the season

While it's the beginning of a new year for schoolchildren, the end of the months of fresh produce can be seen in the not-so-far distance.


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The Oregonian

'Good Cheap Eats' dishes up great dinners for $10 or less: Cookbook review

In a nutshell: With the price of groceries continuing to creep up, there's never been a better time to get serious about stretching your grocery dollars.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Recipes, Pizza, Vegetables, Meat, Chicken

Boston Herald

Cool as a Cucumber

It's always about the tomatoes. Ever hear anyone rave about the cucumbers growing in their gardens? Praise is rare but cukes really deserve better.


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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Mid-Day Mumbai

It's a girl, reveals Hayden Panettiere at 2014 Emmy red carpet

Washington: Hayden Panettiere did more than flaunting her baby bump at 2014 Emmy awards red carpet and revealed that she's expecting a baby girl.


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How about a classic Italian comfort food?

I refer to Pasta E Fagioli , a soup that can be prepared vegetarian-style or with either beef or chicken.


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The Surprising Food Flavor That Can Help You Shed Pounds

You're probably familiar with salty, sweet, bitter, and sour, but did you know there's a fifth taste? It's called umami, and a new study concludes that it has a unique effect on appetite.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Medicine, Nutrition, Vegetables, Supplement, Garlic, Tea, Drink

You're doing it wrong: Tomato soup

The glowing scarlet tomato soup of my youth served mainly as a dipping sauce for grilled cheese, and that's the way it should be.


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Cape Cod Times

Water bath takes some bite out of bitter radicchio

I wasn't a fan of sturdy, bitter lettuce like radicchio until I tasted a delicious radicchio salad made by chef Cathy Whims of Nostrana Restaurant in Portland, Oregon.


Related Topix: Life, Wine, Drink, Italy, World News, Meat, Chicken

Bangor Daily News

Zucchini Patties, Now and Next Winter, Too.

Of course, I have zucchini in the garden. What gardener doesn't? This year I am growing Cocozelle and Costata Di Romanesco, plus a yellow patty pan called Sunburst, and a pretty yellow summer squash with a green end called Zephyr.


Related Topix: Home Gardening, Home, Life, Food, Recipes, Cake, Baked Goods, Dessert, Bread

This is Local London

REVIEW: Choco-heaven at Hotel Chocolat's Rabot 1745 Cafe, Borough Market

A meal at Rabot 1745 leaves you in a cacao-induced cacoon of contentment from which you only rouse yourself to plan the next visit.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Chocolate, Dining, Pudding

Mon Aug 25, 2014

St. Petersburg Times

You Asked For It: Tomato Sweet Potato Bisque recipe

Brittany Monroe of Sarasota shares a recipe she found online. It bursts with flavor from the herbs and fire-roasted tomatoes.


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