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Put away the lobster and try roasting your shrimp next time

Posted 10/3/2018 in Food

Lobster is not the only crustacean that benefits from roasting.

Robust grilled cheese sandwiches for adults, not just kids

Posted 10/3/2018 in Food

Grilled cheese has a kids' menu reputation, but just a few tweaks make it a sophisticated dinner option.

Give a nod to coffee: From the bean to the cup -- drink up for National Coffee Day

Posted 9/26/2018 in Food

An amusing saying that's shown up on everything from mugs to T-shirts to wall art is: "First I drink coffee, then I do things." Hands up, all who can identify. National Coffee Day Saturday may be just for you.

A bourbon bread pudding with a real taste of New Orleans

Posted 9/26/2018 in Food

We started our New Orleans Bourbon Bread Pudding recipe by tearing a baguette into ragged pieces, which gave the bread pudding a rustic look.

You can get great meaty, bold chili thanks to a multicooker

Posted 9/26/2018 in Food

Great chili should have bold, long-simmered flavor, even if it's made with convenient ground beef. The multicooker was the perfect way to achieve this with a minimum of hands-on time.

Pan roasting chicken produces moist meat and crisp skin

Posted 9/26/2018 in Food

To develop a bone-in chicken breast recipe that produced moist meat, crisp skin, and a quick pan sauce, we turned to pan roasting, where the chicken is browned in a skillet on the stovetop and then slid, skillet and all, into a very hot oven to finish cooking.

Headed to the world: Golden Ticket fast forwards steak chef to world championship

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

Chris Lytle knows his way around a grill. Born and raised in Columbus, he's been barbecuing competitively for years. In early 2018, however, he added another challenge to his plate -- turning out perfect medium-rare rib-eyes at Steak Cookoff Association (SCA) contests.

A chicken that's tender and juicy, thanks to a beer can

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

A few weeks ago, a new friend of mine asked me to make beer-can chicken. He had never had it before and had always wanted to try it.

A nutty and dense coffee cake that's pure decadence is here

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

This ultra-rich coffee cake is pure decadence, from its nutty topping and dramatic swirls of cinnamon sugar to its supremely moist, dense crumb.

Cooking on deadline: Parsnip and golden beet soup

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

With the arrival of fall, my produce thoughts start moving from things that grow above the ground to things that grow under it.

Berry scones that are a flaky, honey-glazed brunch delight

Posted 9/19/2018 in Food

These scones are a flaky, honey-glazed brunch delight, brimming with juicy, sweet berries in a buttery, rich crumb.

To everything, there is a season: Changing seasons usher in flavors, textures

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

For those who keep up with what changing seasons mean in the garden and on our plates, the advent of fall can sometimes seem a little bittersweet.

Tart cranberries and sour cream make pound cake sparkle

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

Pound cake is simple but elegant; it's also incredibly rich.

A brightly colored veggie coleslaw that can stand up to ribs

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

When hosting a backyard barbecue, it is easy to decide to make ribs because everyone loves them.

A multicooker helps make a deeply flavorful tortilla soup

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

This light yet deeply flavorful soup is a celebration of colors, tastes, and textures, overflowing with garnishes and tender shredded chicken.

Talking tailgate

Posted 9/5/2018 in Food

There was, no doubt, a time when tailgating meant showing up before the game with a sandwich and six-pack, but oh, how things have changed. Thousands of Bulldog fans proved that again Saturday in The Junction as Mississippi State opened its season at home with a win.

Shrimp go wild with jalapenos, garlic, cumin and cayenne

Posted 9/5/2018 in Food

Jolts of grill flavor and spicy heat can enhance the delicately sweet and briny flavor of shrimp, but it's easy to overdo it.

Sirloin steak tips meet their match with tangy corn relish

Posted 9/5/2018 in Food

Sirloin steak tips have deep flavor and a tender texture that calls out for a bright and texturally interesting accompaniment, so we chose our Southwestern-inspired Tangy Corn Relish.

A pinch will do: A Columbus cook makes a soul connection with spices

Posted 8/29/2018 in Food

It was the common onion that set Lillian Murray on a quest several years ago.

A brown rice salad with asparagus that's a hearty side dish

Posted 8/29/2018 in Food

This fresh, hearty side dish will stand out among its richer, creamier counterparts on the holiday table.

 

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