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By Joanne E. Morvay | May 27, 1998
Item: Betty Crocker Tuna HelperWhat you get: 5 servingsCost: about $1.80Preparation time: about 10 minutes on stove top, 16 to 18 minutes in microwave, 30 to 35 minutes in conventional ovenReview: I've never been a helper fan, but the sign said "improved," and the Creamy Pasta flavor looked like a quick version of the tuna casserole my 15-month-old loves. Results were mixed. The Creamy Pasta scored high even with the nontuna fan at lunch. The new Tuna Melt flavor was very cheesy, and the addition of chopped green onion and diced tomato complemented it. But the Creamy Broccoli was bland and offered no evidence of broccoli.
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By Candus Thomson | August 12, 2007
Life isn't much fun when your dogs are barking - the ones below your ankles that keep your legs from unraveling. Sole Custom Footbeds has come up with a line of shoe footbeds that conform to your foot after you warm them up in the oven. The inserts range in support from the "signature series," for the hard-core adventurer, to the "slim series" for everyday use. Prices start at $40. It's really easy to make the footbeds your own. Just pop them in an oven at 200 degrees for about two minutes, then slip the toasty inserts and your feet into your shoes.
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By Kim Pierce and Kim Pierce,Dallas Morning News Universal Press Syndicate | March 21, 1993
Biscotti, a cross between a cookie and melba toast, are catching the coffee-drinking wave to success."I think it's all kind of tied to the interest in coffee, exotic coffee, dunking," says Marty Friedman, editor of New Product News, of biscotti's newfound popularity."
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By Maria Hiaasen | January 7, 1998
Item: Chung's Egg RollsServings per package: 4Cost: $3.29Preparation time: 10 minutes in conventional oven, 1 minute in microwave oven, or 3 minutes in deep fryer.Review: Is it possible to find a crispy, lightly seasoned egg roll brimming with crunchy vegetables at the supermarket? Maybe, but this refrigerated version doesn't qualify. There's way too much garlic and onion here; I was overpowered the instant I opened a package. Even worse, I couldn't taste a difference in the vegetable- or shrimp-flavored varieties.
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By Robert Ruby and By Robert Ruby,Sun Staff | January 13, 2002
The Englishman's Daughter, by Ben Macintyre. Farrar, Straus and Giroux. 254 pages. $24. Some catastrophes are so horrifying large, so far beyond what we can comfortably bear, they can't be truly felt except through quiet dramas that occur at the periphery. In The Englishman's Daughter, Ben Macintyre makes real some of the terrors of World War I by uncovering the small, moving story of four British soldiers who spent much of the war in a French village behind German lines. None of the four was in any conventional sense heroic.
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October 9, 2005
Chef Barry Rumsey of the Bicycle restaurant, 1444 Light St., offers this recipe for Lovely Simple Sunday Chicken. "After cooking for hundreds of people a week, on my husband's day off, the last thing he wants is to spend hours in the kitchen," says Rumsey's wife, Deborah Mazzoleni. "And I like to remind him, there are no sous chefs to prep nor battalion of dishwashers for cleanup." His Sunday chicken, she says, is a big favorite of their family, including a 10-year-old who hopes to be a food critic when she grows up. LOVELY SIMPLE SUNDAY CHICKEN SERVES 4 TO 6 PEOPLE One 2-3 pound chicken (see if you can get farm-raised)
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun Reporter | January 30, 2008
Sometimes the best pizza joints are the ones you've never heard of. GT PIZZA ADDRESS / / 10 W. Seminary Ave., Lutherville PHONE / / 410-821-9090 HOURS / / 9:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. daily The crust lining the bottom of this undercooked pizza, $11.65, was too thin. As a result, each slice was far too flimsy, and the cheese and pepperoni tended to slide off easily. The pizza could have used a couple more minutes in the oven. sam.sessa@baltsun.com PIZZA TIPS Here are some tips for ordering and reheating your Super Bowl pizza: Some restaurant / carryouts such as Gil's Pizza on Belair Road offer half-baked pizzas.
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By Marilynn Marter and Marilynn Marter,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | June 9, 2004
Peter Reinhart's passion for pizza turned into a search for the perfect crust. The author and cooking school instructor at Johnson & Wales University in Charlotte, N.C. went on a tasting tour of pizzerias in Italy and the United States looking for answers to what makes a great pizza. While his ideal pizzas are baked in wood-burning brick ovens at high temperatures, Reinhart says cooks can produce first-rate pizzas in a home oven. He offers tips for a terrific crust: Let the dough rise and ferment at least five hours.
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By Joanne E. Morvay | February 27, 2002
Item: Bridgford Bake and Serve Rolls What you get: 9 rolls Cost: About $2.75 Nutritional content: Herb and Garlic -- 110 calories, 2.5 grams fat, 0.5 gram saturated fat, 200 milligrams sodium, 19 grams carbohydrate, 2 grams sugars Preparation time: 5 to 10 minutes in oven for a few rolls, 20 to 21 minutes in oven for entire tray Review: Whenever we dine out, even the most calorie-conscious of my girlfriends waits expectantly for rolls or bread to...
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 14, 1996
A fresh summer chutney can enliven the simplest dinner, as shown here with this menu for ham and chutney with roasted potatoes. It's a perfect combination for a carefree evening meal after a hectic, hot summer day.You can roast the onions, potatoes and warm the ham all at once in the same oven. Microwave the scrubbed potatoes first to soften, and then spray with nonstick coating. Have the ingredients for the chutney mixed and ready to go after the onions are roasted. Purchase a fully cooked, sliced ham and then wrap in foil while heating.
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