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What would you do with raw olives? Why, house-cure them, of course. It's easier than you think ... but watch out for the scourge of mold!
What's in a name? Plenty. But sometimes you have to look beyond the name to discover something delicious. Case in point: The Raspberry Cosmimosa.
Fiscalini Bandaged Cheddar -- at least as good as its British counterpart, and available at a store near you. MattBites cheeses it up for us.
Fishcake with not-mushy peas. Just one more reason why English food is no joke.
White bean, bitter green and something marine: An Italian salad that's gone to finishing school.
Slabs of cauliflower -- you might not miss the meat!
Forget the flabby batter coating -- try this fresh perspective on chiles rellenos courtesy of Steve at Rancho Gordo, a man who knows his new-world food.
Portable salt-and-pepper shaker ... a great idea for travel, but an absolute necessity for the gourmet disaster kit!
Cornmeal-crusted fried catfish. Who cares if there are other fish in the sea?
Thai beef salad: A refreshing rehab tonic for fat-weary dieters.
Quesadillas don't have to be all tex-mex. Just take something from column A, a little from column B ...
Orange blossom sugar -- a fabulous way to capture the ephemeral pleasures of the orange tree's fleeting blooms.
A bumper crop of lemons from the peninsula? Why of course it means a big batch of limoncello!
Dependable and delicious: Tostadas are your new BFF.
Do I dare to eat a ... cherimoya?
Bay Area food bloggers work like dogs and drink like fish. All in a day's work...
Mighty, meaty mushrooms may not be enough keep the hyperinflation at bay in Zimbabwe, but they'll have to do.
Vichyssoise ... with an Italian twist
Mmmm ... marmalade. Sometimes bitter is better.
Sweet reflections on a dearly departed. Our hearts go out to Anita at Married ...with Dinner
Gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free, non-allergenic brownies ... that actually taste good. Dessert anyone can eat!
Golden vegetable bisque ... good as gold on a chilly winter's eve
Sticky bun? Au contraire. Here's Brussels sprouts anyone will eat.
Pistachio-crusted calamari with compressed papaya, pickled onions and jalapeno. When they say Ideas In Food, they ain't kidding.
Green Tea Bubble Cream filled Cupcakes with Green Tea Cream Cheese Frosting ... now that's a mouthful!
Sopapillas: Puffy pillows of fried dough smothered in honey, a true taste of the Southwest
Fried chicken, and I helped! Golden-brown and delicious, and a heart-choking part of this classic southern meal.
Which came first, the deviled chicken or the deviled egg?
Chocolate-chipotle cupcakes? Yes, oh my, yes.
Who says white bread has to be boring?
A Scotchy drink for Burns Night. Aye, lass.
What are these? Beautiful and delish, that's what.
Can a tee shirt be tasty? Damn right it can.
We like desserts of all stripes