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Saturday, August 19 2017 @ 02:32 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Saturday, August 19 2017 @ 02:32 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
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    SPIRIT OF SUMMER

    Daniel Boulud said his trio of seafood dishes was \'in the spirit of summer in the South of France,\' where entertaining is relaxed and main dishes commonly are served cold or at room temperature. CNS Photo courtesy of Perry Johnson/Imagica. Read the story

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    FOOD & WINE CLASSIC

    At the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, Colo., Jacques Pépin shared shortcuts for \'a simple but special meal.\' CNS Photo courtesy of Perry Johnson/Imagica. Read the story

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    PERFECT SEASONING

    Suzanne Goin of Lucques restaurant emphasized seasonal produce in her dishes, including Yellow Tomato Gazpacho. CNS Photo courtesy of Perry Johnson/Imagica. Read the story

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    TABLE FOR ONE

    You don’t have to give up great food just because you have to eat alone. CNS Photo by Justin L. Fowler. Read the story

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    BUBBLING OVER

    Chefs and backyard cooks are discovering that the effervescence, acidity and fruit notes typically found in sparkling wines are a delicious complement to the sweet, smoky and spicy flavors of grilled fare. CNS Photo by Scott Linnett. Read the story

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    CULINARY DISCOVERY

    A simple soup made by Adrian Gradea, a native of Romania, consists of broth, vegetables and homemade Cream of Wheat dumplings. Gradea is putting together a Romanian cookbook with a creative spin and shortcuts on traditional recipes. CNS Photo by David Zalaznik. Read the story

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    HOME COOKING

    Julia Gradea helps her mother, Adriana, make dumplings for soup in their home. Gradea teaches Italian cooking classes at Fondulac Park District in Illinois. After college in Romania, she went to Johns Hopkins University in Bologna, Italy, where her love for cooking developed. CNS Photo by David Zalaznik.
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    SUBTLE SUBSTITUTIONS

    Patricia Turner works on a coconut pie in her kitchen as a tray of biscuits sits nearby. Turner, a grandmother, believes that kids should eat less junk food and more healthfully. CNS Photo by Adam Gerik.Read the story

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    HOG WILD

    Whether you are grilling, sautéing or roasting, you can use some interesting marinades and sauces to add flavor to today’s leaner cuts of pork. CNS Photo courtesy of National Pork Board.Read the story

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    PERFECT PEARS

    Pears can be tricky. They are probably the second most delicate fruit to cook with. The firmer the flesh, the better for baking. CNS Photo.Read the story

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    LET’S DISH

    Thick, grilled hamburgers and a variety of salads and vegetables make the ultimate plate at a potluck. CNS Photo by T.J. Salsman.Read the story

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