Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Cooking

After a summer that spared us punishing heat, the temperatures climbed into the uncomfortable range just in time for school doors to open. When the heat...
Do you buy one of every vegetable when you are at the market? Do you find yourself with a stuffed fridge and not enough time to get through it all before it turns?
Are candy and caramel apples treats for summer or fall? You can spot their stop-light red glow from across the carnival grounds in August. You’re...
When it comes to tailgating, you’ll always have kids throwing footballs and somebody using a grill way too big for a parking space. So, you’re...
I thought I knew how to make good guacamole until I tried this bacon guacamole recipe. It seems like such an obvious pairing, but I've rarely (aside from Taco Bell) eaten bacon in Mexican dishes.
While I normally roast peppers following the traditional method (in the oven) or on the grill, sometimes I get lazy and simply throw them directly on the gas stove like I'm a Spanish grandma. Here's how you do it.
I have a huge sweet tooth. Huge. Years ago, when I attended culinary school, we prepared a restaurant-quality three-course meal every single day...