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Full steam ahead: The 'dog days' of summer are a perfect time to start thinking about fall fare


We're now in the middle of a part of summertime known as "the dog days." Although that term began in ancient Rome to signify the time when Sirius, also known as the Dog Star, rose in the night sky, most people today associate it with weather so ...

Berry well: Enjoy the final days of strawberry season making this classic shortcake recipe


We professional chefs can sometimes feel the pressure of having to come up with new, delicious dishes that will get people talking and make them excited about returning to our restaurants. After all, if we served just the same old familiar recipes...

Building blocks: A 'high-rise' approach to a summertime favorite


As I often like to say, we eat with our eyes first. Food that looks beautiful without being too fussy starts your mouth watering in anticipation. And, by contrast, if good ingredients have been well prepared only to be presented in a way that ...

Midsummer mania: It's time for the eggplant's turn in the spotlight


Among summertime's signature vegetables, eggplant sometimes seems like it doesn't get its fair share of attention. Tomatoes are the seasonal superstars, filling farmers' market stalls with all their many-shaped, multicolored variety. Zucchini can ...

In the raw: Try a dish that highlights fresh fish at its finest


In my early years as a chef, one of the most basic, and best, lessons I learned was to taste ingredients raw. Experiencing even a little bit of food in its uncooked state is a perfect way to get a sense of its flavors and textures, so you'll ...

Summer's bounty: When tomatoes ripen past their prime, try drying them in the oven


Yes, I have to admit it: I played a part in the great sun-dried tomato craze of the 1980 s. Guests at my original Spago location above Hollywood's Sunset Strip could enjoy sun-dried tomatoes on pizzas, in pastas and salads, and as part of the ...

Easy does it: There's no sufferin' over this simple succotash recipe


Cooking with the seasons has become a big catchphrase these days. And it's easy to understand why. When you plan meals around what's freshest in the farmers' market, you almost always ensure that the food you put on your table will have the best ...

Go nuts! Cashew 'cream' sauce is the highlight of this vegan dish


Most people today understand what it means to be vegetarian, avoiding meats, poultry or seafood in their diets. In fact, the ever-rising popularity of farmers' markets makes it possible for more and more food lovers to consider themselves at least...

From sea to shining sea: Set off culinary fireworks with this fresh, flavorful seafood recipe


I haven't seen definitive statistics on the matter, but I'd be willing to bet that Independence Day sees more people across America cooking and eating outdoors than any other day of the year. It's a time to enjoy summer in all its glory with ...

Pizza party: Welcome summer with a new approach to barbecue


Summer is now officially here, and everyone seems to be craving barbecue. Of course, that word can mean different things to different people, from the slowly smoked meat of the American South or Midwest to the Caribbean- and Mexican-influenced ...