It’s time for low-calorie, high-flavor cooking | Food and cooking

Written by Daniel Neiman | St. Louis Post-Dispatch And now comes the regret. Did I really have to have the second piece of pecan pie? Couldn’t mashed potatoes contain less butter? Did I really have to eat all that mint chocolate our friend brought from Chicago? Yes. Yes, I did. These things are wonderful. But … Read more

This potato casserole with cheese can be prepared from Kitchen House | Food and cooking

The flavors and colors of Italy sparkle in Bravo Cucina’s crispy Neapolitan shrimp with a delightful complex red tomato sauce, delicately wrapped shrimp, and bright green onions. Photo by Pat Ebi Yield: Serves 8 as a shared appetizer 1 pound deveined, deveined shrimp, size 16-20 lbs, buttered tails and carcasses removed 1/2 cup plus 1 … Read more

College Cook: The Ultimate Sunday Breakfast | arts and culture

If you’re like me and enjoy a bountiful breakfast, I’ve got the perfect recipe for you! There are many different breakfast options available to choose from, but I will tell you about some of my favorites. These recipes are great for breakfast with friends and roommates, and they’ve worked wonders on a hangover or two. … Read more

College Cook: Salmon date night on one baking sheet | arts and culture

For all the aspiring chefs looking to cook the perfect dinner for their date night, look no further. I’m going to tell you all about one of my favorite ways to cook a delicious meal for two, all in one skillet. Cooking the perfect meal for your loved one can be challenging, especially when you … Read more