Topic: Food and Cooking
This version of Spanish paella combines the rich flavors of garlic, saffron, chorizo, roasted chicken legs, and shrimp.
02/23/2011 08:05 am
Soda tax repeal: A proposed repeal of the soda tax in Colo. could save soda drinkers 2.9 percent but cost the state $12.3 million.
02/23/2011 02:37 am
Fresh herbs, crispy shreds of papaya, crunchy pickled vegetables, and spicy nuoc mam cham encompasses all the flavors of Vietnamese cuisine.
02/22/2011 02:31 pm
During Queen Elizabeth II's first state visit to the United States she and Prince Philip dined at the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City.
02/18/2011 02:10 pm
Butternut squash packaged perfectly in the pillowy pastry of a turnover.
02/18/2011 10:36 am
This is the time of year – when it’s been freezing for two months and the city is covered with dirty snow that won’t melt for another six weeks – that I dream of trading it all in for a simpler life. You know, one complete with farm animals, caves for aging cheese, and a vegetable garden large enough to supply all of Manhattan with frisée. I'll never do it – I can't really live without groceries delivered to my apartment, mass transit, and access to Korean food at all hours – but I can at least read about it. Here are five amazing, hilarious, utterly charming books brought to you by people, crazier, more desperate, and with even less impulse control than I: the ones who actually did it.
02/18/2011 10:30 am
A chef and a gardener team up to tell how to grow strawberries and then turn them into a delicious dessert.
02/17/2011 04:31 pm
Liberia's capital lacks consistent electricity and clean tap water, but two restaurants still import sushi ingredients to satisfy foreign diplomats and aid workers.
02/17/2011 02:25 pm
The Egyptian revolution calls for a plate of ful medames, or Egyptian brown fava beans, Egypt's national dish.
02/16/2011 05:01 pm
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