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Halloween is Here, Be Safe Tonight!

Tonight is the night…

Goblins and ghouls, witches and cats, zombies and monsters. Oh my! And don’t forget, there’ll be lots of princesses, the usual plethora of sports personalities (very scary, if you ask me), and marching hordes of teenagers dressed up as themselves.

If that doesn’t frighten you, then nothing will.

Just remember: Tonight’s little devils are […]

Friday Follies: Cold, Hot and Chilling

Haloween’s here, so it’s time for a quick survey of food-related stories that will make your blood run cold. At least the first one will…

Bradenton, Florida

A man was arrested attempting to steal shrimp from a supermarket. Joseph Young, age 32, was observed “with bulging pants” by detective Robert Stevenson who was shopping at a Sweebay […]

Thursday Fish: Ancho Chile Fish with Corn and Cream

Most times, I prefer simple recipes over complex. Less to go wrong, and if the ingredients are fresh there will be plenty of flavor. Sometimes, though, I like to pretend I’m a chef and try something a little bit showy or involved.

This recipe is more on the show side:

Ancho Chile Fish

That’s not to say it’s […]

Hot Bytes for 2008-10-29

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Best New Products: Baconnaise!

Everybody knows that any dish tastes better with bacon. (Well, anybody from the South, that is.) And until now, you had to actually fry up some bacon to get that delicious taste on your bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich. Or peanut butter, banana and margarine sandwich. Whichever you enjoy the most, of course.

Well, now you […]

Tailgatin’ on a Tuesday

Finally the weather’s cold enough to think about football. If you’re a true football fan, you’re required you know how to prepare tailgating fare for you and all the lazy camp followers friends and family who come with you to the game to drink your beer and eat you out of house and home cheer […]

Chicken Soup Weather

When the weather cools down I get out my soup recipes. And my stews and chilis too, but I always like to start with something simple, not too hearty (it’s only in the 70’s after all, not that cool yet!), and with “adjustable zing.”

Thai-style chicken soup is just the thing, I think.

Of course there are […]

Restaurant Review: Chola Indian Restaurant

This entry is part of a series, Restaurants»

I’ve been home from India for a few weeks now, and although I’ve cooked some nice curries since, I don’t have the time (or the appetite) to make several entrées and all the trimmings for a simple lunch.

So I’m lucky that I have a great Indian buffet […]