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home : lifestyle : food   May 22, 2015

Become a grill master overnight
It was, oddly, the search for the perfect Thanksgiving turkey that made Brian Shofner such a whiz at the grill. Shofner, seen here grilling some of his specially brined chicken at his home in Utica, discovered that soaking poultry in a salt solution has the double effect of adding flavor and sealing in juices to keep chicken, duck, Cornish hens and, yes, turkey moist when cooked outdoors on the grill, smoker or deep fryer.NewsTribune photo/Chris Yucus
It was, oddly, the search for the perfect Thanksgiving turkey that made Brian Shofner such a whiz at the grill. Shofner, seen here grilling some of his specially brined chicken at his home in Utica, discovered that soaking poultry in a salt solution has the double effect of adding flavor and sealing in juices to keep chicken, duck, Cornish hens and, yes, turkey moist when cooked outdoors on the grill, smoker or deep fryer.
NewsTribune photo/Chris Yucus
Oddly enough, it was the quest to make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey that helped make Brian Shofner such a whiz at the grill during summertime.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Garden fresh food makes 'healthy' taste good
Bryon Walters of rural Mendota made a choice several years ago. He had a family history of diabetes, and decided to cut out sugar from his diet.
Wednesday, May 13, 2015

These cookies helped women get the right to vote
So far, via “The American Plate” I’ve explored the history of American cuisine through the experience of early settlers, immigrants and assorted soldiers, but amazingly enough, it took almost 200 years of U.S. History to get to a section focusing solely on the experiences of women.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015

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

Pumpkin a perfect palate
One of the first things I think about when it’s fall is all of the wonderful aromas coming out of the kitchen. My favorite is pumpkin. I know many people are enamored by the apple, and I like it, too, but it’s pumpkin all the way for me.
So when I found this recipe in Stacey Little’s “The Southern Bite Cookbook,” I knew I just had to try it.

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