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Saturday: Food & Drink

Friendship, family and pasties: Yungbluth and Fitzpatrick generational pasty

MARQUETTE — It’s a story about friendship, family and pasties. The story of how Frederika and Mary Yungbluth sat down with Madelyne Fitzpatrick to compare family pasty recipes, resulting in the development of a combined recipe that features both families’ generational pasty recipe. In ...

At Lunar New Year, desserts can be customary or ‘cute-ified’

Every Lunar New Year without fail, Kat Lieu’s mother would make her steamed nian gao, which is a sweet rice — or mochi — cake. It was a tasty tradition of having dessert for breakfast. The Seattle-based author of the “Modern Asian Baking at Home” cookbook and founder of the Subtle ...

Jose Andres and his daughters eat their way through Spain

By MARK KENNEDY AP Entertainment Writer NEW YORK — On his new TV show, celebrated chef Jose Andres goes into a restaurant kitchen in Spain and confronts a massive moray eel. Only one of them is leaving that kitchen intact. Andres oversees as cooks prepare the eel for its final flourish ...

Holiday advice for home bartenders

LONDON — Looking to create a bit of winter luxury when tending bar at home this holiday season? London's top cocktail-makers have some tips. "Christmas is a special time when you want to join with friends and family. And sometimes, the centerpiece of any happiness is to have a good drink," ...

Jelly doughnuts: How to make the ultimate Hanukkah pastry

By KATIE WORKMAN Associated Press Jelly doughnuts, also known as sufganiyot, have become a classic Hanukkah treat, one of a number of foods fried in oil that are popular on the holiday ( latkes, or potato pancakes, are another). They‘re doughnuts without a central hole, fried and ...