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home : lifestyle : food   April 29, 2016

3 cold soups to enjoy this spring
Cool down with some gazpacho. The chilled tomato based soup goes great with a margarita when the heat turns up. Soups might be considered a winter comfort food, but there are plenty of options available in the spring and summer. NewsTribune Photo/Brett Herrmann
Cool down with some gazpacho. The chilled tomato based soup goes great with a margarita when the heat turns up. Soups might be considered a winter comfort food, but there are plenty of options available in the spring and summer.

NewsTribune Photo/Brett Herrmann
When spring hits and the weather starts to warm up, one of the last things you want to do is labor over a hot stove, boiling soup.
Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Middle East tastes on your table
Arab hospitality, ingenuity result in creative combos
Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Shortcut to a Chicago classic
So far in my journey through the state-favorite foods, I’ve skirted around, but never landed on good old Illinois.
Wednesday, April 6, 2016

A taste of history: Eat like a Union soldier
A recent cooking class at Illinois Valley Community College added history to the mix, featuring “Civil War Keepsake Recipes.”
Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Grilled cheese lovers share the secrets to toasted perfection
A quick search on Pinterest will bring up plenty of variations on the old favorite, but Nick Schaefer of Mendota makes an excellent classic grilled cheese, according to his wife, Andrea.
Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Keeping salad for home better than sharing at potluck
Stacey Little never intended to write a cookbook. He was “just” a blog writer, reviewing restaurants and giving his opinions on the food scene from his Alabama home. When he started publishing recipes from a family collection, things took off. “I don’t really consider myself a writer,” Little said. “I had a lot of reservations at first about doing the book. I realized that folks were desperate for quick and easy recipes that called for ingredients that they already had on hand.”
Wednesday, August 27, 2014


 

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