Better browning in nonstick cookingCalphalon, the...


March 05, 1997|By Karol V. Menzie

Better browning in nonstick cooking

Calphalon, the commercial-style cookware refined for home use, has introduced a line of nonstick cookware that helps foods brown without extra fat. Calphalon's new line uses "grit-blasts" that food can adhere to but still not stick. Calphalon is available at department and specialty housewares stores.

Soul food pyramid

Recipes and more information on the "soul food pyramid," an African-American version of the USDA's food pyramid guide that was featured in A La Carte last week, is available by writing Ebony Nutrition Consultants, 4630 South Kirkman Road, Suite 201, Orlando, Fla. 32811. Or call (407) 345-7999.

Art you can eat

Baltimore International College -- the name is new, changed in February from Baltimore International Culinary College -- is holding its first edible art competition. Prizes will be awarded in three categories: most original; most ornate; and most humorous. Entrants must be 16 and must submit an application and entry fee by April 1. For more information, call Sophie Paradis at (410) 752-4710.

Pub Date: 3/05/97

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