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  • Food editor celebrated African-American cooking - 7/9/2014

    Freda DeKnight was named the first food editor of Ebony magazine in 1946 and thus became "the national, if not international, face of...

  • Hemingway's favorite burger is a moveable feast - 7/9/2014

    He was a soldier, a boxer, a hunter, a fisherman, a drinker, a father and the writer of words and stories that aimed to be, above all else, true and...

  • Kids, adults can 'eat the rainbow' - 7/2/2014

    Emblazoning plates with red, white and blue for July isn't just a show of patriotic pride.

  • It's all about steak! - 6/25/2014

    The weather's cooperating, the coals are lit — and you've got your mind on a juicy steak with perfect grill marks.

  • It's herbs for all - 6/18/2014

    Beyond bringing color, texture and flavor to the table, common culinary herbs also can make for "a medicinal meal," says Nellie Nutt.

  • Learn the sounds of proper cooking - 6/18/2014

    You expect a kitchen to be noisy. The tap-tap-tap of a knife mincing mounds of fresh herbs. The rhythmic beat of a wooden spoon mixing a batter.

  • Farmers markets: Shop like a pro - 6/11/2014

    From appetizer to dessert, course after course reveals itself as chef Sandy Dowling browses local farmers markets.

  • Sweet Devotion - 6/4/2014

    Chef Matthew Griffin's knowledge of the pastry arts was just enough "to be dangerous."

  • Good on the grill - 5/28/2014

    Rarely do the summer grilling standbys — "steaks, burgers and dogs" — yield memorable meals.

  • Read all about it: The thrill of the grill - 5/28/2014

    It's time to get your grill on. This year, there are tons of new grilling cookbooks out there to get you fired up.

  • Breakfast Makeover - 5/21/2014

    Breakfast often answered the question of what's for dinner in Braden Hitt's family.

  • Artisan movement catches up to cheese - 5/21/2014

    Cheese is going the way of the craft beer movement: People are learning how to make it in small batches while taking advantage of local ingredients...

  • Food with a view - 5/18/2014

    Summer is almost here, and when the hot weather arrives, people often make their restaurant choices based on outdoor comfort as much as for the food.

  • Locals return to rabbit - 5/14/2014

    After decades of limping along, the rabbit business is hopping again.

  • It's a local 'white-hot' cider - 5/7/2014

    Growing apples to make cider for the past decade, the owners of Thompson Creek Organics had to take a hard look at their business model.

  • Fill the bowls to fight hunger - 4/30/2014

    In choosing a soup to prepare for charity, Merrie Gaye gives over some of the process to chance: which ingredients are available, how much time she...

  • Calling all 'coffee geeks' - 4/23/2014

    Education is a passion second only to coffee for the owners of Noble Coffee Roasting in Ashland.

  • An invitation to spicy smiles - 4/16/2014

    The commingled aromas of more than 250 herbs, spices, salts, sugars, teas and even rice tend to overwhelm patrons of The Spice & Tea Exchange.

  • Relish these delicious dogs - 4/16/2014

    Baseball is not just about the game, it's about the food, too.


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