Warehouse Dishes Up Technicolor Cuisine
Sep01

Warehouse Dishes Up Technicolor Cuisine

by Nancy Duffy, photography by Kelly Heck Leave the streets of Hanover; walk up the steps under a canopy of hops and into Warehouse Gourmet Bistro & Brewpub. Like Dorothy opening the door to Oz, you have journeyed from a black and white culinary existence into a world of Technicolor cuisine. On the other side of the avocado-colored wooden door, there are soothing colors, gently- worn floorboards, natural light, intimate seating,...

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Unique Grills
Jul01

Unique Grills

by Michael Vyskocil, photography by Tara Hope Cofiell Come on over! It’s grilling time! Roll up your sleeves and grab some finger foods from the grill. Backyard entertaining is casual by nature, and grilled foods like kabobs and skewers are hot items – literally – for informal summer parties. But don’t limit yourself to kabobs and skewered savories. There are other fun finger foods that lend themselves naturally to grilling. When we...

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Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Grill
May09

Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Grill

by Michael Vyskocil, photography by Tara Hope Cofiell What have you been grilling lately? If you’ve limited yourself to the comfort zone of burgers and steaks, it’s time to break the boundaries of your grilling repertoire. Appetizers, main dishes and desserts can be prepared on the grill using ingredients you probably never thought could go with the grates. A Grilled Romaine and Radicchio Salad pairs grilled greens with a tangy...

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Hearty Fare from the Emerald Isle
Mar04

Hearty Fare from the Emerald Isle

by Michael Vyskocil, photography by Tara Hope Cofiell Got a wee bit of Irish in you? Well, even if you don’t, there is no reason that you can’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March 17) with some hearty fare from the Emerald Isle. Corned beef and cabbage is often associated with the holiday, but in Ireland, it is Irish lamb stew that is traditional. And what would any proper Irish meal be without a crusty loaf of soda bread and a bowl of...

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Sweets to the Sweet: Romantic Valentine Desserts
Jan06

Sweets to the Sweet: Romantic Valentine Desserts

by Michael Vyskocil, photography by Tara Hope Cofiell Few days of the year convey as much sweetness as Valentine’s Day. Next to gifts of jewelry and bouquets of flowers, what could be more special than presenting your loved one with a homemade dessert? A tray of heart-shaped sandwich cookies or truffles are a great way to impart sentiments of love. When it comes to culinary Valentine’s Day offerings, chocolate is probably one of the...

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Thanksgiving Trimmings
Nov10

Thanksgiving Trimmings

by Michael Vyskocil  photography by Tara Hope Cofiell The side dishes at Thanksgiving dinner are often upstaged by the roasted, barbecued or deep-fried turkey, but they are just as important to the meal as the main course itself.  If your definition of a side dish constitutes the ubiquitous green bean casserole or marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, you have barely scratched the surface of what a Thanksgiving menu can offer your...

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