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Healthy Foods The Kids Will Love

Healthy Foods The Kids Will Love

You adore your grandchildren and want to spend as much time with them as possible.

November 2013
Cooking On The High Seas

Cooking On The High Seas

The year is 1984. I am standing on the aft deck of a gleaming 100-foot motor yacht in the south of France, and I’m acutely aware that this is a “pinch me” moment.

September 2013
Recipe For Success

Recipe For Success

Anyone who has lived in Vero Beach for any length of time has seen restaurants come and go. Ask restaurateur John Marx the recipe for a successful venture and he will tell you that it’s all about the formula.

June 2013
Some Like It Cold

Some Like It Cold

Soups are a mainstay of a chef’s repertoire; along with sauces and stocks, they are often one of the first components in a formal culinary education.

May 2013
Faith-Based Food For The Needy

Faith-Based Food For The Needy

People who think prayer doesn’t work ought to talk to Joel Bray. He has operated the Shining Light Garden for the past five years, growing healthful produce and giving it away to needy families and senior citizens

April 2013
Chef’s Progress: From Illiteracy To Ph.D.

Chef’s Progress: From Illiteracy To Ph.D.

There are a couple of things that Chef Curtis Aikens is all about these days: food and education. His love for both inspires everything he does.

March 2013
Small Portions, Big Taste

Small Portions, Big Taste

Think “tapas” and what comes to mind? Spain, most likely, their country of origin. Or maybe a nibble, such as a plate of olives to enjoy with a chilled glass of wine or frosty mug of beer.

February 2013
Chefs With A Bedside Manner

Chefs With A Bedside Manner

Hamburgers are the number one choice on the menu. Comfort foods such as meat loaf, pot roast and chicken noodle soup are also popular.

January 2013
Cookies Fit For Santa Claus

Cookies Fit For Santa Claus

The holidays are full of tradition, and one of the most cherished is baking Christmas cookies.

December 2012
Don't Squander The Squash

Don't Squander The Squash

It’s that time of year when the winter squash crop, planted in the summer through Labor Day, is at its peak. Hubbard, acorn, butternut, pumpkin, buttercup, banana and spaghetti – among the most common – are plentiful on supermarket shelves and at farmers markets.

November 2012