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Internet search yields tasty results

July 20, 2011 When I want to find a recipe, I usually go to www.foodnetwork.com, type in the ingredients I have at home and cross my fingers that I will find something that interests me. more »»

Homemade, homegrown and delicious

July 13, 2011 Homemade and homegrown describes Dottie Fogel’s recipe for this month’s Trumbull Cooks feature. It kind of describes the cook, too. more »»

Summer sun, picnics, potato salad

July 6, 2011 I love summer. I love the hot weather, the sunshine, and I even love the muggy, humid days that make my curly hair frizz. And with summer comes summer picnics, and I love summer picnics. more »»

Fired up about grilling

June 29, 2011 It’s time to dust off the grill, break out the charcoal and fill that propane tank. In other words: It’s barbecue season. more »»

Shells: Easy, Italian and delicious

June 22, 2011 Pasta and sauce is a family favorite in my household. Throw in some mozzarella or ricotta cheese, and you have a definite winne. more »»

Making the most of garden’s bounty

June 15, 2011 They’re coming. In a month, or maybe even a few weeks. Soon, everyone will be inundated with them, and we will be powerless against their deliciousness. more »»

Meal tastes like summer

June 8, 2011 After spending the last couple of years throwing charcoal into the shell of an old gas grill, I finally got around to buying a decent charcoal grill. more »»

Gigi’s Soup gets goodness into grandkids

June 1, 2011 NILES — “How do you like it?” he asks about the cheesecake. “It’s good. You don’t like it?” she frets. “I love it,” he says, leaning in close. more »»

Jazz up your burgers this summer

May 25, 2011 Summer means two things to me: Cleveland Indians baseball and grilling. As soon as the temperatures top 50 degrees, I start itching to get outside and cook something. more »»

Picnic perfect

May 18, 2011 Long before I knew what a proper English Trifle dessert should be, I was taking punchbowl cake to summer cookouts and picnics. My mother made the dessert back in the 1980s. more »»

California cook at home in Ohio

May 11, 2011 “Ahhh. This smells so good.” Dana Stevens is sauteing vegetables in her kitchen with the bright yellow walls. more »»

A new twist on an old favorite

May 4, 2011 This time of year, I look for recipes that I can put together in a few minutes. I’d rather spend my time outside than inside, and I don’t always want to cook on the gril. more »»

In a lunch rut? Soup to the rescue!

April 27, 2011 I’ve never really liked lunch. In my opinion, it’s the most difficult meal of the day for a celiac. Think about it — what’s the most common lunch item? The sandwich. more »»

Easter bread recipe modified for machine

April 13, 2011 The Pascha Bread in the picture is Judy Shuttic’s 357th. Really, it is. And yes, she really kept track. more »»

Icebox cake: Easy, versatile and yummy

April 6, 2011 Need a quick dessert that is as delicious as it is easy to prepare? And it can be versatil. more »»

Get ready for opening day

March 30, 2011 Everyone has a favorite holiday. Children usually pick Christmas. more »»

A pie for a pi – Pi Day, that is

March 23, 2011 In past Tribune Cooks articles, I have revealed that I enjoy torturing myself with Bon Appetit magazine. more »»

Two generations collaborate on cake

March 16, 2011 HOWLAND — Someday, Amber Peterson would like to go to culinary school in New York and eventually own a restaurant. But first, she has to pass Grandma’s class. more »»

Chicken recipe has never failed to satisfy

March 9, 2011 As the newest member of the Tribune Cooks, I had to think long and hard about the recipe that I would roll out here. more »»

Using the last of the garden bounty

March 3, 2011 Cold temperatures and dreary days make it hard not to long for summer and fresh vegetables from the garden, but if last year’s harvest was a good one, there should still be plenty left in the freeze... more »»

 
 

 

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