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Cheap and cheesy

May 19, 2010 BRACEVILLE — Easy, cheap and cheesy. Cathy Pugh says her pizza burgers are quick, economical and popular. more »»

Tapas tasty for bon voyage party

April 21, 2010 Whenever I have to think of something to cook, I try to think of an upcoming event that would benefit from some good food. more »»

Warren cook proves adaptable

April 14, 2010 Whatever Frank Omogrosso does, it seems he does it 100 percent. more »»

Comfort food helps ease a long winter

March 10, 2010 There have been rumors circulating that I spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking and preparing meals. I would like to dispel those rumors once and for all. more »»

Tribune Cooks: Just like mom(-in-law) makes it

February 24, 2010 Getting married joins two people, two households and two families. For those who like to cook, it also means you now have twice as many family recipes to dish up. more »»

The value of Pie

January 27, 2010 In the Mahoning Valley, pizza allegiances run deep. Pizzerias that have been open for decades claim loyal patrons, and they will always carry a fond memory of their favorite pizza. more »»

A taste of the past

January 13, 2010 It’s easy to pick out the most popular recipes in a cookbook. They’re the ones on the stained pages. more »»

Appetizing appetizers

December 9, 2009 More than 12 years ago, a group of gardeners met each other in an Internet chat roo. more »»

Totally gross??Try totally tasty

November 25, 2009 It’s almost Thanksgiving, which always brings to mind food and family. more »»

Keep the guests fooled

November 11, 2009 Slow-cooker meals are the name of the game if you’re a working mom, like I am. more »»

Pulled pork perfect for pigskin party

October 28, 2009 Everyone has that one dish that they bring to a party. more »»

It’s the great pumpkin

October 14, 2009 The first rounds of Tribune Cooks were easy. We had a Taste of Home cookbook. We picked something that sounded good. And we wrote about it. The lack of options made it simple. more »»

This recipe is just peachy

September 30, 2009 When I was growing up my mom used to make special dinners when Dad wasn’t going to be home for dinner. If it was early summer, she made big bowls full of strawberry shortcak. more »»

Martha, LaVerne and Mrs. Curtis

September 16, 2009 Martha Evanoff was an old-fashioned, lifelong homemaker of Polish decent who married a man from Russia shortly after he came to the U.S. in 1917 to escape the revolution. more »»

A?new take on meatloaf

September 2, 2009 I love to experiment with old favorites in the kitchen. more »»

Flower Power

August 26, 2009 For the third time, Frank and Joan Travers of Bristolville have taken first place in the Tribune Chronicle and Ohio State University Extension Master Gardener Amateur Garden contest. more »»

Cherry Squares

August 19, 2009 I have always enjoyed baking. After I landed my first job out of college, I was fortunate enough to find an affordable apartment with a huge kitchen. more »»

Garden Guests

August 12, 2009 It’s true we didn’t have our usual mid-summer heat in July, but August looks to be catching up on what we’ve missed. more »»

‘Cookin’ with Vernon’ follows years of eatin’

August 12, 2009 By ANDY GRAY Tribune Chronicle Forget Rachael Ray and her ‘‘30 Minute Meals. more »»

Husband, kids don’t mind being guinea pigs after all

August 5, 2009 At the sheer thought of being a guinea pig for a Tribune Chronicle Cooks story, my husband grimaced and appeared to be less than thrilled. more »»



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