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Miami HeraldWhen it comes to quinceaneras, the words " gran sacrificio" come to Miriam Rodriguez's mind. For four generations, her family has gone through great lengths to celebrate the transition from girl to womanhood. Rodriguez's mother Balbina Espino, 93,...
Passover begins at sundown Monday, and, as always, Chicago restaurants stand ready to assist. Here are some of the most interesting options; remember to order/reserve early. Bistronomic (840 W. Wabash Ave., 312-944-8400). Seasonal Passover three-course...
Need a holiday dessert for Passover or Easter? Want a flourless chocolate treat that satisfies your sweet tooth? Whatever the occasion, I love this easy-to-make chocolate macaroon recipe. Macaroons are said to have originated during the 9th century in an...
Tags: Passover, Judaism, Matzoh, Religion and Belief, Coconut
Peanut Butter Bon Bons (Better Than Buckeyes) 3 cups peanut butter* 1 cup margarine* 1 pound powdered sugar 3 cups rice krispies cereal 24 to 36 oz. semisweet chocolate chips (2 to 3 bags) 24 to 36 oz. butterscotch chips (2 to 3 bags) Melt peanut...
Tené Harris of Los Angeles was one of the 10 winners of last year's Los Angeles Times Holiday Cookie Bake-Off with ambrosia macaroons: "My dad was raised in a rural area of Texas called Garland [in Bowie County]. It was truly the country. Years ago in...
Fran Merkley from Baltimore was looking for a recipe for making coconut macaroons that she thought may have been published in this column around 15 years ago. The cookies were made with flaked coconut and sweetened condensed milk, and could be made in...
Tags: Sweetened Condensed Milk, Coconut, Recipes
Los Angeles Times Food EditorStrolling the Santa Monica Saturday farmers market the other day, thinking about dinner. Five pounds of that thumb-thick jumbo asparagus from Zuckerman Farms? Of course! I already had carrots and favas from my garden. I'd ordered a leg of lamb. But what's...
Tags: Egg Whites, Almonds, Honey, Salt
Tequila is a colorless, sometimes straw-colored liquor made by fermenting, then distilling, the sweet sap of the agave plant (a durable, long-lived cactus, also known as the century plant). It originated in Tequila, Mexico. Hence the name. While...
Tags: Strawberries, Alcoholic Beverages, Salads, Coconut, Onions
For years, the recipe for Junior's Original Cheesecake was a treasured secret of the Rosen family, which first made these treats at their Brooklyn restaurant in the 1960s. Now they're prime desserts at other Junior's locations including in Times Square...
Tags: Jams and Jellies, Egg Yolks, Coconut, Milk, Weather
Tribune NewspapersIn the heart of summer fruit season, a simple cookie can be a cook's best friend. The sweet strawberries, and the first apricots and cherries, then before you know it, peaches and nectarines -- they need no adornment. Still, even I'm not Chez Panisse-y...
Tags: Baking Soda, Egg Whites, Cinnamon, Walnuts, Almonds
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