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Leftovers become marvelous soup

January 5, 2011 Ham usually is the main course for Christmas dinner in the Gray household. But with all of the side dishes filling the table, no one ends up eating that much ham. That’s a good thin. more »»

Reintroducing Dad’s nut roll

December 22, 2010 My father, Clarence Thomas, was not a U.S. Supreme Court Justice, nor was he a cook. more »»

The verdict is in, and it’s tasty

December 15, 2010 Dinner’s in session, and the verdict is delicious. The jury was a photographer who is not a fan of broccoli. And the evidence? His plate of Creamed Broccoli Shells is clean. more »»

Lasagna dish is family favorite

December 8, 2010 Editor’s note: For this week’s Tribune Cooks, Chuck Profera, the Tribune Chronicle pressroom manager, has prepared a family recipe of his own invention and written about it and his experiences in th... more »»

Celebrating with cheesecake

December 1, 2010 Today, my little sister Ellen turns 27. I was a few months shy of turning 4 when she was born, and I took my responsibilities as a big sister very seriously. more »»

Tweaking some holiday favorites

November 24, 2010 Sometimes, during the holidays, cooks get the urge to try something new. more »»

Just in time for Thanksgiving

November 17, 2010 Everyone loves their turkey and gravy. And of course, family favorites are the pumpkin pie and candied sweet potatoes. more »»

Sauerkraut Medley is a family fave

November 10, 2010 AUSTINTOWN — Mariana Dumitrascu Grimes is Romanian. She’s becoming an American citizen. She loves Italy and its cuisine. Her Trumbull Cooks recipe is from Germany. more »»

No one-hit wonder here

November 3, 2010 I like food magazines. Currently we get Bon Appetit, Cooking Light and Food Network magazines, and my daughter gets Taste of Home. more »»

Putting to use the power of pesto

October 20, 2010 When I began growing culinary herbs, it was more for the growing and not necessarily for the using. more »»

Banana cake speaks for itself

October 13, 2010 WARREN?— Barbara Eschman’s mother bought her daughter her first cookbook when she was 8 years old. That was 1959, and Eschman still makes use of the “Betty Crocker’s Cook Book for Boys and Girls. more »»

Pressure is on for the perfect stew

October 6, 2010 I recently became the proud owner of a pressure cooker. Folks, this is not your mother’s, or grandmother’s, pressure cooker. more »»

Cookies remain a family favorite

September 29, 2010 A couple of weeks ago, I was at a church dinner and ended up sitting with my uncle Bob Bolla. more »»

Trumbull Cooks: Southington cook banishes bland

September 15, 2010 SOUTHINGTON — Cherie Paisley can’t stand bland. Since she thinks just that about the taste of eggplant, she’s added a couple different ingredients to her recipe for eggplant parmesan. more »»

Tickets going fast for Taste of Home show

September 15, 2010 Tickets are going fast for the Taste of Home Cooking School show, presented live at Packard Music Hall in Warren on Tuesday, Oct. 5. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. with preshow activities beginning at 6. more »»

Tribune Cooks: Meatballs can be an art

September 8, 2010 Making good meatballs to go with your favorite pasta dish can be an art. It’s one, I admit, I haven’t exactly mastere. more »»

Tribune Cooks: A dish with many delights

August 25, 2010 The creation of this week’s somewhat exotic Tribune Cooks dish began with a trip to the somewhat less exotic Chicken Coop for some good old-fashioned fried chicken. more »»

Botanically speaking

August 18, 2010 When Diana Burrell Shipton began getting serious about growing herbs, it had nothing to do with starting a business. In fact, it had everything to do with family. more »»

TRUMBULL?COOKS: Using up zucchini as easy as pie

August 11, 2010 NILES — Ann Wright may be a small woman, but she’s used to a big kitchen. “I was a cook at Washington School in Niles,” she said recently at her home of 45 years in Nile. more »»

Using up zucchini as easy as pie

August 11, 2010 NILES — Ann Wright may be a small woman, but she’s used to a big kitchen. “I was a cook at Washington School in Niles,” she said recently at her home of 45 years in Nile. more »»

 
 

 

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