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Movie munching: Pair perfect foods with your fave ‘Best Picture’ winner
Cooler weather – and an even cooler economy – mean the time is right for  movie night on the couch. But popcorn doesn’t have to be your only culinary option. Television programs have been suggesting food and movie pairings for years, and it’s an easy idea to bring into your own kitchen. To help you stage a homebound Hollywood bash, we’ve asked top chefs and food personalities to team several Oscar-winning “Best Picture” from the past 20 years with meals designed to take you behind the scenes. “No Country for Old Men” (2007) Watch: Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem chase each other through the West Texas desert in a battle over drug money as sheriff Tommy Lee Jones stands by helplessly. Eat: Bloody Mary Gazpacho, a chilled roasted tomato and veg



Serve up New England classic
This dense, satisfying Indian pudding developed by Kathleen Curtin, a food historian at Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Mass., can be baked for 90 minutes for a classic New England dessert.



The Impatient Baker: Candies decorate spooky-dark brownies
When this impatient baker decides to churn out something festive-looking, I naturally pursue the fastest and easiest route. Halloween makes this a fun and simple task with its bounty of treats.






Recipe finder: Hotel known for layer cake
Pam Kelleman of Phoenix was looking for a recipe for a layer cake that was served at the now-closed Pimlico Hotel restaurant in Baltimore. She was hoping a reader would have the “original” recipe for the cake. Unfortunately, I did not receive any responses, but I happened to notice that Atwater’s bakery at Belvedere Square in Baltimore makes a version of this hometown favorite. This recipe is courtesy of Atwater’s.



Recipe: Chocolate Spice Bread
This quick bread is packed with chocolate flavor. Avoid overbaking, which could dry it out.



Summer salad: It’s what’s for dinner
Let’s get one thing clear. I am not one of those salad girls. You know that girl. The one who picks at lettuce leaves while the guys dig into their steaks. The one who skips dessert or will “have one little bite.” I am not her. I say that because I feel a little defensive about salads. When people ask me – as they often ask food writers – what I cook for myself at home, I can see the wave of disappointment cross their faces. A salad? Not a dainty plate of leaves, I hastily add. A big, satisfying salad full of cheese, nuts, seasonal vegetables and, um, whatever’s languishing in the fridge. So what makes a good dinner salad? Like any great dish, it calls for balance: Color, sweetness, saltiness, crunch and a little bit of fat. (A really good



Mesquite Almond Shrimp
Mesquite flour can be found online at www.casadefruta.com, www.desertusa.com and www.amazon.com, as well as at select health-food stores. 1-1/2 pounds cleaned, tail-on large shrimp (15-20 per pound) 1/4 cup tangerine juice plus 1 tablespoon grated zest, divided 2 tablespoons Barbados rum, such as Mount Gay 2 dashes bitters Salt Freshly ground black pepper 1/2 teaspoon sugar 1-1/2 cups chopped sliced almonds 1 tablespoon plus 1 teaspoon mesquite flour 1/4 teaspoon cayenne or habanero powder 2 eggs Canola or vegetable oil for frying In a large, nonreactive bowl, toss the shrimp with the tangerine juice, rum, bitters, a pinch of salt, a couple grinds of pepper and sugar. Cover and refrigerate for 1 hour. In a medium bowl, toss the almonds wi



Mix spring’s fresh rhubarb with chocolate chips in cake
Shirley Johnston from Lucerne, Calif., was looking for a recipe for a Rhubarb Chocolate Cake.



Recipe of the Day: Pan-Braised Chicken
Four (5-ounce) boneless, skinless chicken breast halves, preferably of similar size



Recipe of the Day: Pan-Braised Chicken
Four (5-ounce) boneless, skinless chicken breast halves, preferably of similar size



Greek Turkey Burgers with Spiced Yogurt Sauce
Enjoy the bold Greek flavors in these easy and healthful turkey burgers. The yogurt topping is delicious with grilled fish, too.



Summer salad: It’s what’s for dinner
Let’s get one thing clear. I am not one of those salad girls.



Tomato-infused falafel in pitas a vegan option
Beverly Lynn Bennett’s new cookbook, “Vegan Bites,” caters to the just-one, just-veggies crowd with small-batch vegan recipes.



Mesquite Almond Shrimp
Mesquite flour can be found online at www.casadefruta.com, www.desertusa.com and www.amazon.com, as well as at select health-food stores.



Burgers’ sauce spiked with orange juice
These turkey “sliders” have a citrus twist. The National Beer Wholesalers Association offer this recipe for burgers.



Mix spring’s fresh rhubarb with chocolate chips in cake
Shirley Johnston from Lucerne, Calif., was looking for a recipe for a Rhubarb Chocolate Cake.



Recipe: Crustless Curried Spinach Tart
Crustless Curried Spinach Tart



Dessert becomes bit of fluff
This stunning chocolate meringue piled high with whipped cream and fresh berries looks over the top, but this airy dessert won’t weigh you down.