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09/08/10 Quit whining; wine festival season is here
By Deborah Pankey - As vineyard workers from California and Oregon to New York and Vermont start harvesting plump grapes from the vines, around here we celebrate the grape harvest with wine festivals. During the next several weekends you'll have ample opportunities to... FULL STORY
09/01/10 Apple orchards open for picking, fall festivities
By Deborah Pankey - The break in the heat and humidity that blew through the area in August gave apple growers something to smile about. "That cool air sweetens the apples," said Cathleen Harder with All Seasons Orchard in Woodstock. FULL STORY
09/01/10 Proper handling, cooking keeps eggs safe
By Deborah Pankey - Eggs have joined peanut butter and spinach as a taboo food, at least for the time being. FULL STORY
08/25/10 Remember they're a fruit: Tomatoes have sweet side, too
By Deborah Pankey - We lump tomatoes with other summer vegetables, but let's not forget that tomatoes are a fruit. Fruits lend themselves to sweet preparations, so why are we surprised when chefs turn to these garden gems for desserts and other after-dinner treats? FULL STORY
08/25/10 Celebrity cookbook helps anti-hunger campaign
By Deborah Pankey - Feed your family star-worthy recipes and help the fight against hunger with The Pampered Chef's free, downloadable cookbook featuring recipes from Courteney Cox (her Alabama Shrimp Skewers and Parmesan Grits are pictured at right), Scott Wolf, Mario... FULL STORY
08/25/10 Burgers to bistro - chef keeps it seasonal
By Deborah Pankey - The burger on homemade rye on Hackney's in Lake Zurich and wasabi-crusted ahi tuna with red miso at Retro Bistro in Mount Prospect seem worlds apart to most people, but not to Christopher Barth. FULL STORY
08/19/10 Expo brings knitting enthusiasts to Schaumburg
By Deborah Pankey - Thousands of knitters from across the region will be spinning yarns this weekend at the Stitches Knitting Expo in Schaumburg. FULL STORY
08/18/10 Getting a little nutty with peanut butter
By Deborah Pankey - A quite unscientific survey of elementary school students I know showed that peanut butter still ranks No. 1 in lunchboxes. FULL STORY
08/18/10 Getting fresh: Schaumburg's Seasons 52 lively and local
By Deborah Pankey - Ripe plum tomatoes and roasted garlic topping a crisp flatbread, corn kernels floating in a sweet broth, bright raspberries mingling with creamy gorgonzola and organic baby spinach. FULL STORY
08/18/10 Creative sandwiches could mean cool cash for school
By Deborah Pankey - Putting American cheese on his peanut butter and jelly sandwich is about as creative as my son Henry gets, but if you've got a budding chef in your family who has a hankering for peanut butter, here's a contest for you. FULL STORY
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