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By Gwen Schoen and Gwen Schoen,McClatchy-Tribune | November 12, 2008
Some people take pistachios for granted. We love them sprinkled liberally over ice cream. Shaved over salads. Toasted and chopped for a halibut crust. Packed for some crunch punch in cookies. Sunken like treasure in soups. Dusted with tangy spice rubs. Even straight-up with a drink at the game - they can give peanuts an inferiority complex. Pistachios are native to the Middle East and are likely the oldest cultivated nut tree in history. Archaeological evidence shows traces of pistachios as far back as 7000 B.C. The first commercial pistachio crop was grown in California in 1976 and it produced 1.5 million pounds of nuts.
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By Julie Rothman, For The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
Sheila Hunter of Severna Park was hoping someone would have the recipe for a one-dish baked pasta entree that does not require cooking the pasta first. She said the recipe was printed on the label of a pasta sauce (she doesn't recall which one) back in the 1990s. Hunter hasn't been able to find the pasta sauce in stores for a long time and did not write down the recipe because she always just followed the directions on the jar. She said the dish was easy and made a tasty hot main dish that could feed a family of five.
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December 18, 1996
In the Dec. 4 Recipe Finder, the size of the baking pan, the cooking time and the baking temperature for the sour cream banana cake were incorrect. The cake should be baked in a greased 9-by-8-inch cake pan at 325-degrees for 45 minutes and then at 340-degrees for 15 to 20 more minutes. (The instructions for the sour cream banana bundt cake were correct). The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 12/18/96
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By John Thomas, For The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
This recipe has the savory flavors of bratwurst, onions, garlic and parsley, and is mixed with cheese and then wrapped stromboli-style in a pizza dough. All of the preparation for this recipe is performed at home, making it a great light tailgate offering that can be ready to eat in under 10 minutes at the parking lot. Bratwurst roll 1 pack of bratwurst sausage (5 or 6 links) 14 ounce pre-made pizza dough (from the pop-can) 1/2 of a large sweet onion (diced) 5 cloves of garlic (peeled and diced)
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By DONNA PIERCE and DONNA PIERCE,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | July 19, 2006
I have a poundcake recipe that is baked in a large bundt pan. I would like to make smaller ones in mini-bundt pans. Is there a rule of thumb for this conversion? Timing and volume are the two main concerns when changing a baking pan from the one called for in a recipe. There isn't a rigid formula for the timing when changing the size of your bundt pan, so you'll have to check the doneness within a time range. We found Sarah Phillips' pan-conversion chart (which compares baking-pan size and volume)
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By Beth Hillson and Beth Hillson,Contributing Writer | September 30, 1992
These mix and bake brownies couldn't be easier. The ingredients are dumped into one saucepan, mixed and poured into the baking dish. That's all there is to it. But the results are so lusciously rich people will think an expert chef has been in your kitchen.Kids over 11 can prepare these by themselves. Younger children will need the help of an adult or an older sibling to melt the chocolate and the butter and to use the oven. Some may need a hand mixing the ingredients since, when the sugar is added, the batter becomes thick and may be difficult for little hands to stir.
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By Nancy Byal and Nancy Byal,Better Homes and Gardens Magazine | October 24, 1990
Do you love french fries, but worry about the fat they absorb during frying? These oven fries have less than half as much fat as homemade french-fried potatoes and about one-third as much fat as a serving of fast-food fries.Oven Fries4 small baking potatoes (about 1 pound total)1 tablespoon margarine, melted1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese1/2 teaspoon garlic salt1/4 teaspoon paprika1/8 teaspoon onion powder (optional)Non-stick spray coatingScrub potatoes thoroughly. Cut each potato lengthwise into eight slices.
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By Rita Calvert jTC and Rita Calvert jTC,Special to The Sun | March 1, 1995
Q: I am trying to have a healthier diet. I recently saw on a cooking show an instructor line a baking pan with wax paper. Can this help eliminate the calories from greasing with butter and then flouring?A: It's most likely the baking pan was being lined with parchment paper, which is now used more frequently than waxed paper to prevent sticking in baking. This treatment can reduce the fat and flour calories that are used to prevent baked goods from sticking. However, you still need to use some Bakers Joy or vegetable spray coating to prevent sticking.
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By Julie Rothman, For The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
Sheila Hunter of Severna Park was hoping someone would have the recipe for a one-dish baked pasta entree that does not require cooking the pasta first. She said the recipe was printed on the label of a pasta sauce (she doesn't recall which one) back in the 1990s. Hunter hasn't been able to find the pasta sauce in stores for a long time and did not write down the recipe because she always just followed the directions on the jar. She said the dish was easy and made a tasty hot main dish that could feed a family of five.
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By Julie Rothman, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2010
Nancy Hawkins from Oliver Springs, Tenn., was looking for the recipe for a cake that a woman she worked with brought into her office for a birthday celebration. It was chocolate cake that was just dumped out of the pan and had "oodles and oodles of scrumptious melted chocolate inside." Hawkins said the woman who made the cake called it an "Aussie dump cake," but she would never share her recipe. While I did not receive any responses from readers about this cake, I knew that a "dump cake" was not that uncommon.
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By Julie Rothman, Special To The Baltimore Sun | March 25, 2012
Wanda Reynolds from Baltimore was looking for a recipe for baked shad. She remembered seeing a recipe for making the fish some years ago in a local newspaper. She thought the recipe called for a long baking time that helped soften the bones. Pamela Green from Arnold sent in a recipe that she says she found in either The Washington Post or the Capital in Annapolis in the 1980s that calls for wrapping the fish in foil and baking it for six hours at a very low temperature.
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By Julie Rothman, Special to The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2010
Nancy Hawkins from Oliver Springs, Tenn., was looking for the recipe for a cake that a woman she worked with brought into her office for a birthday celebration. It was chocolate cake that was just dumped out of the pan and had "oodles and oodles of scrumptious melted chocolate inside." Hawkins said the woman who made the cake called it an "Aussie dump cake," but she would never share her recipe. While I did not receive any responses from readers about this cake, I knew that a "dump cake" was not that uncommon.
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By Gwen Schoen and Gwen Schoen,McClatchy-Tribune | November 12, 2008
Some people take pistachios for granted. We love them sprinkled liberally over ice cream. Shaved over salads. Toasted and chopped for a halibut crust. Packed for some crunch punch in cookies. Sunken like treasure in soups. Dusted with tangy spice rubs. Even straight-up with a drink at the game - they can give peanuts an inferiority complex. Pistachios are native to the Middle East and are likely the oldest cultivated nut tree in history. Archaeological evidence shows traces of pistachios as far back as 7000 B.C. The first commercial pistachio crop was grown in California in 1976 and it produced 1.5 million pounds of nuts.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2008
Ann Sillitto of Winchester, Va., was looking for a recipe for Molasses Fruit Bars with raisins. She says that they are a favorite of her 91-year-old mother and she wanted to make them as a treat for her. I found an easy recipe for the bars on a recipe-sharing Web site called Recipelink.com. It was adapted from the Brer Rabbit Book of Molasses, first printed in 1956. The recipe does not specify a pan size. I tested it using an 8-by-8 inch baking pan. It was ready in 25 minutes. Naturally, the cooking time will vary according to pan size.
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By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Tribune Media Services | November 4, 2007
After looking through recipes for easy dishes to serve out-of-town company, I have planned an uncomplicated menu that will give me plenty of time for catching up. A white bean soup with kale and chorizo, an all-in-one main course that can be prepared a day ahead, will anchor the meal, and will be accompanied by an arugula salad and a basket of warm bread. For dessert I have decided to make an old favorite - a plum clafoutis. Clafoutis is one of the simplest yet most delicious French desserts a home cook can prepare.
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By DONNA PIERCE and DONNA PIERCE,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | July 19, 2006
I have a poundcake recipe that is baked in a large bundt pan. I would like to make smaller ones in mini-bundt pans. Is there a rule of thumb for this conversion? Timing and volume are the two main concerns when changing a baking pan from the one called for in a recipe. There isn't a rigid formula for the timing when changing the size of your bundt pan, so you'll have to check the doneness within a time range. We found Sarah Phillips' pan-conversion chart (which compares baking-pan size and volume)
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2008
Ann Sillitto of Winchester, Va., was looking for a recipe for Molasses Fruit Bars with raisins. She says that they are a favorite of her 91-year-old mother and she wanted to make them as a treat for her. I found an easy recipe for the bars on a recipe-sharing Web site called Recipelink.com. It was adapted from the Brer Rabbit Book of Molasses, first printed in 1956. The recipe does not specify a pan size. I tested it using an 8-by-8 inch baking pan. It was ready in 25 minutes. Naturally, the cooking time will vary according to pan size.
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By John Thomas, For The Baltimore Sun | December 6, 2013
This recipe has the savory flavors of bratwurst, onions, garlic and parsley, and is mixed with cheese and then wrapped stromboli-style in a pizza dough. All of the preparation for this recipe is performed at home, making it a great light tailgate offering that can be ready to eat in under 10 minutes at the parking lot. Bratwurst roll 1 pack of bratwurst sausage (5 or 6 links) 14 ounce pre-made pizza dough (from the pop-can) 1/2 of a large sweet onion (diced) 5 cloves of garlic (peeled and diced)
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By ERICA MARCUS and ERICA MARCUS,NEWSDAY | November 23, 2005
Can I use wax paper instead of parchment paper when baking? Wax paper is paper that has been impregnated and coated with food-grade paraffin to make it stronger and more moisture-resistant than untreated paper. The Web site of Reynolds Consumer Products, maker of Cut-Rite wax paper, states that wax paper can be used in the oven as long as it never is exposed directly to heat. This means you can use it to line pans when you are baking cakes, brownies or muffins. For cookies, or anything else where the paper will be exposed to direct heat, you will need to use parchment paper.
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By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Tribune Media Services | September 21, 2003
While visiting good friends who have a cottage on Cape Cod, I noticed the ease with which they served breakfasts each day. Our first early-morning meal took place on a small backyard deck, where we found a table set with casual blue and white linens and blue-and-white striped dishes. A large, shallow bowl was mounded with an array of sliced fruit, a rich, dark loaf cake rested on a platter, whipped cream cheese piled into a ramekin was at its side and a Thermos-style coffee pot was filled with steaming brew.
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