Patricia Cobe

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Recipe report: Comforting sides

With Halloween in the rearview mirror and Thanksgiving quickly approaching, it’s time to think about side dishes for holiday meals. These five recipes will take you straight from the thinking stage and into the kitchen.


Chefs from Texas State University compete in Culinary Throwdown

The winner was crowned “champion” of the Mongolian Station in Commons Dining Hall.

Chefs used Cura’s wellness-promoting spice blends to create signature recipes.

The chef-owner of Hmong Union Kitchen in Minneapolis tells the story about this food movement through his cooking, podcasts, TV shows and more.

Fans attending pro hockey and basketball games this season can treat themselves to plenty of new menu items.

Although pumpkin spice has been on menus since August, Halloween calls for a fresh crop of recipes. Try these five pumpkin specialties to celebrate the spookiest day of the year.

Hungry sports fans and concert goers can choose from old favorites and on-trend newbies at the New York City arena.

Hospitality students work alongside Fry and chef de cuisine Tom Baco-Wang to create lunch and dinner menus for guests at the university’s 1856—Culinary Residence restaurant.

The Israeli chef and restaurateur is partnering with the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum for a series of fundraising dinners across the country.

As fall temps drop, it’s time to warm up the menu with cozy, comforting soups. No doubt you already have some favorites in the recipe file, but these five soups should make welcome additions.

The culinary team launched “Made in Jersey,” a curated food and beverage experience at the hockey arena for New Jersey Devils fans.

Piada Italian Street Food and Choolaah Indian BBQ are growing fast casuals with authentic, hand-crafted menus and well-defined missions.

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