What’s for Dinner: Friday Night Salad with Honey and Lime Dressing

Weeknight Leftover Salad with Honey and Lime Dressing PG tested Coming off a lazy week at the beach, I sure don’t feel like cooking. But thanks to that nifty culinary shortcut known as the rotisserie chicken, my family will still get fed, and nicely. For this quick and crunchy salad, I shredded the bird’s breast […]

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To cook meat directly on the coals is to ‘clinch’ … and it’s a cinch

  Quick and clean with gas? Or slow and smoky with charcoal? That’s the question backyard grill masters have been hotly debating since the first gas grill in the 1960s. Here’s another option: Why not get down and dirty, and clinch that rib-eye to crusty perfection? Clinching — cooking meat directly on hot coals — […]

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A salute to the kernels and the cobs

Janoski’s Farm typically picks the first of its sweet corn the first week of July, just in time for Independence Day cookouts. So imagine customers’ delight when they discovered heaps of silk-topped ears in the Clinton farm market on June 16 — roughly three weeks ahead of schedule. Doesn’t the farmers’ axiom have summer’s favorite […]

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