Top Chef: Seattle: Make Last Night's Winning Cod

Top Chef: Seattle: Make Last Night's Winning Cod

Each week, two chef instructors will choose the best recipe from a pool of student submissions: This week's recipe was created by culinary arts student Aaron Tekulve, who last week helped create our rendition of gazpacho. Top Chef: Seattle has already …
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Still #1: Thanksgiving Cooking Fires

Year-to-date, the City of Madison Fire Department has responded to almost 300 cooking fires in 2012, for a total of $630,956 in property damage, 11 civilian injuries, and 3 firefighter injuries. Next week will likely see a spike in that number …
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Kitchens of Cooking Celebrities Zillow Blog

While many celebrities are usually spotted dining out or confess to having private chefs, a small number of them say they love to play chef.Zillow Blog – Real Estate Market…
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What's Cooking on 1060: Truffles, Dark Craft Beers, and New Gastro …

Hadas Kuznits covers a new gastro pub in center city, a restaurant celebrating high-end Italian truffles, and a West Philly bar marking Black Friday with dark beers.CBS Philly
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Killing, Cooking, Eating, and Crapping the Golden Goose Daily …

Hostess is trying to shed some of these obligations via bankruptcy proceedings, but management is finding out that unionized rank-and-file workers aren't on board with these concessions and want the company to uphold its collective …Daily Pundit
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Glean cooking advice from a sage authority on Thanksgiving

As a young reporter, I was fascinated by a news service item dispatched every day. It was a budget or list of what would be on the front page of The New York Times the next morning. The theory was that editors at newspapers large and small across the …
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Nathan Wood: Cooking the perfect turkey is all about the temperature, part two

Though praising and bashing the eats in Ann Arbor is my customary modus operandi, I'm shifting course a bit this time around in honor of Turkey Day. Join me as I mix together a few family favorites, a blue ribbon culinary technique or two and some real …
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