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Grilled Cheese Sandwich Season

By Anna Dantoni – As the days and nights turn cooler, I think about a golden grilled cheese sandwich and a bowl of tomato soup for lunch. Or dinner. And, I wouldn’t be against enjoying it on a chilly Saturday morning for breakfast either. Everyone has a favorite kind of cheese, bread and spread to make the absolutely perfect grilled cheese sandwich. And then there’s technique. I grill mine slow and low so the cheese...

Back To . . .

By Marsha Fottler – This is the month of back to… Back to school, back to post-vacation routine, back to work, back to using the oven instead of the grill, back to slacks, back to closed-in shoes, back to car pooling, back to a new season of television shows that look dubious – the list goes on. An annual period of readjustment, that’s what September is all about. Ready or not, it’s here. The return of some rituals and...

GOURMET HIGHWAY: Spirit of Cascade Hollow

By Doc Lawrence - As summer winds down, my journeys over the years regularly take me back to Tennessee. Kinship is a lure with family near Nashville. But, increasingly the draw includes the taste adventures of Tennessee whiskey, the delightful food served in country restaurants and the taste thrills from the remarkably ascendant Tennessee wine industry. Driving from Chattanooga towards Nashville means crossing Monteagle,...

An Evening at Capella in Georgetown, DC

By Chef Judi Gallagher – Washington DC seems to have it all – historic monuments and parks, iconic and trending neighborhoods, cool restaurants, bakeries and bars. Add to that list exceptional hotel dining. While in many cities hotel restaurants are more of an amenity for tired travelers and business people who need to make a quick deal, Washington DC boasts a number of hotels that serve superior cuisine and are...

Must Haves For Today’s Ideal Kitchen

By Steven V. Philips – According to industry insiders, kitchen trends are so 21st century they’ve caused me to stop calling the appliance that keeps food cold an ice-box.  In fact, just the other day I read that there’s a chance refrigerators in 2020 will allow you to use a Smartphone to find the Latin name of the mold growing on your left-overs. The phrase “Water Station” popped up. Had to research that...

Panty-Ready Spices for Autumn Dishes

By Chef Judi Gallagher – It is time to refresh your spices and seasonings. With Labor Day over, the white pants and white sandals are packed away and seasonal clothes come out. Now, it is time to do the same with your spice cabinet. First step Throw any spices out that are over one-year old. They have long lost their optimum flavor profile. If you have a few cloves, cinnamon sticks and allspice that need to go, you can...
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