Move Over, Martha. Canal House Cooks Every Day May Be the New Gold …

Move Over, Martha. Canal House Cooks Every Day May Be the New Gold …

Their studio, located in an old redbrick warehouse, overlooks a canal. But “studio” makes their loft sound professional. They prepare food on an old wooden carpenter's worktable, with their pots and pans hanging overhead. They cook on the kind of …
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Cooking mishap may have caused Warsaw house fire

“At this point, it's looking like a cooking accident,” Barker tells StaceyPageOnline.com. The fire started in the kitchen near or at the stove. “When we arrived, there was smoke pushing out from all the eaves,” said Mike Brubaker, the Warsaw Fire Chief.
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Chicken recipe wins KCC cooking contest

Eight students paired off to compete with an original recipe they demonstrated and served to judges Eric Leterc, chef of the Pacific Club; Star-Advertiser restaurant reviewer Nadine Kam; KCC registered dietitian Grant Itomitsu; and Roy King, Kahala …
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Images: Cook of the Week Challenge Finals

Michael Pennisi of Carpentersville is named Cook of the year 2012 after winning the Cook of the Week Challenge Cook-off with his dish Salmon Saute with spicy sweet potatoes and brussels slaw. Bob Chwedyk | Staff Photographer. The winning dish as …
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Stuff it, Sandy! Chefs persevere, cook in dark after storm

Food is served in the dark at the Mee Sun Cafe in Chinatown on Tuesday as power to most of lower Manhattan was lost after Superstorm Sandy hit in New York. Mee Sun was one of a number of cafes, restaurants and bars that managed to serve customers …
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Celebrity chefs, cooking shows inspire others

She met Emeril Lagasse when he was a chef at Commander's Palace in New Orleans. “He was an up-and-coming chef. I remembered that when I saw his name and began watching his show,” she said. She began culling recipes from food shows and has …
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Rs26.5 hike in cooking gas cylinders put on hold

Facing stiff opposition, the government tonight put on hold the Rs26.5 increase in price of cooking gas cylinders that consumers buy beyond their quota of six subsidised bottles. “The price hike has been put on hold,” a top oil company official said …
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