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the trick to cooking millet


bring the water or broth to a boil, then add the millet. bring back to a boil, then reduce the heat and simmer, covered, for about 25 minutes, or until all of the water is absorbed.






what happened to russia's agreement to eradicate syria’s chemical weapons?


playvideosaturdaytensions between u.s., russia boil over syria attack just over a day after the u.s. missile attack on syria, the tension between america and russia is beginning to boil. while the trump administrati...






mayor: pittsburgh water safe despite boil-water advisory


pittsburgh — pittsburgh mayor bill peduto says tests indicate the city's water is safe, even though about 100,000 customers are still being advised to boil tap water before using it.peduto says tests have found no trace of the giardia bacteria that can cause diarrhea, even though some tests on one part of the city's water supply showed it didn't meet state department of environmental protection guidelines for chlorine.peduto says pennsylvania's chlorination standards are higher than federal standards, which he says the water has always met. the boil-water advisory was issued tuesday night after some water samples didn't meet the state standards.the city has opened fire hydrants in hopes of flushing any water below the state standards from its water system.peduto hopes the advisory could be






here's how to make perfect hard-boiled eggs every time


why it matters to you it may be easier to hard boil an egg than to poach one, but there are still some ways to screw it up.everyone has an opinion on the way to make perfect, peelable hard-boiled eggs. whether you’re making deviled eggs or are dipping them in dye for easter eggs, you want your pre-birds to come out right. why not sous vide or pressure cook them? maybe you don’t have an appliance solely dedicated to eggs, but there are still plenty of methods that will have you ready to decorate or devour in no time.on the stoveif you’re doing things the old fashioned way, don’t worry. you can still get perfect hard-boiled eggs on your stove. for this recipe, we took a page from j. kenji lópez-alt’s the food lab. he suggests pouring 2 quarts of water into a 3-quart pan and bringing it boil






how to hard boil eggs — and still be able to peel them — the easy way – the denv


everyone wants two things in a hard-boiled (sometimes called “hard-cooked”) egg: that it’s cooked through, yet no bitter green ring surrounds the yolk; and that it’s easy to peel.getting those two things down, however, is the devil in hard boiling eggs. overcooking is manageable, but the peeling is the pain. blame the latter on the membrane encasing the entirety of the raw egg that lies just below and against the shell. most hard-boiling methods merely adhere it to the shell and render a clean, slick peel difficult, if not impossible.i’ve tried everything to avoid that: using old eggs because the sticky membrane supposedly has shrunk away; cooking the eggs both on and off the heat; poking a hole in the fat end; dousing the eggs in an ice bath to shock the shell away from the cooked white;






power outage led to blaine's second boil water advisory of 2017


the second disruption to blaine's city water pressure in two months spurred school closings and a boil water advisory monday, but city officials said it was unrelated to a similar incident in january.in both cases, systems intended to monitor and react to low water levels in the city's water towers did not properly communicate problems. city officials attributed the january disruption to a software error and this weekend's to a power supply failure. that failure occurred saturday, but it became apparent as water use rose on sunday night."the cause of the communication problem is different," city administrator clark arneson said at a news conference monday.he added: "we are working by the minute to ensure that will never happen again."cities issue boil water advisories when water pressure d






power outage led to blaine's second boil water advisory of 2017


the second disruption to blaine’s city water pressure in two months spurred school closings and a boil water advisory monday, but city officials said it was unrelated to a similar incident in january.in both cases, systems intended to monitor and react to low water levels in the city’s water towers did not properly communicate problems. city officials attributed the january disruption to a software error and this weekend’s to a power supply failure. that failure occurred saturday, but became apparent as water use rose on sunday night.“the cause of the communication problem is different,” city administrator clark arneson said at a news conference monday.he added: “we are working by the minute to ensure that will never happen again.”cities issue boil water advisories when water pressure drop






blaine schools are closed today after water pressure problems return


for the second time in recent weeks, a water outage in blaine is causing schools to close and city officials to recommend residents boil any water they consume.residents noticed a lack of water pressure about 5 p.m. sunday. by 8:30 p.m., the city’s website reported that officials were “conducting an investigation into the drop in water pressure most citizens experienced tonight.”as a precaution, officials said they are advising residents to boil any water to be consumed until notified that the boil advisory is over.at 9:15 p.m., the anoka-hennepin district tweeted that six blaine schools will be closed monday due to the water issues.the centennial and spring lake park districts have also canceled classes at schools located in blaine, according to their websites.ted kittelson, a blaine resi






blaine schools are closed monday after water pressure problems return


for the second time in recent weeks, a water outage in blaine is causing schools to close and city officials to recommend residents boil any water they consume.residents noticed a lack of water pressure about 5 p.m. sunday. by 8:30 p.m., the city’s website reported that officials were “conducting an investigation into the drop in water pressure most citizens experienced tonight.”as a precaution, officials said they are advising residents to boil any water to be consumed until notified that the boil advisory is over.at 9:15 p.m., the anoka-hennepin district tweeted that six blaine schools will be closed monday due to the water issues.the centennial and spring lake park districts have also canceled classes at schools located in blaine, according to their websites.ted kittelson, a blaine resi






peas with meyer lemon, orzo and feta


serves 6note: this salad uses both english and snap peas. it’s great for picnics or as a side dish for easter ham or lamb. salty feta and a tangy meyer lemon dressing accentuate the sweetness of the peas.1 cup shelled english peas1 cup sugar snap peas, cut in half on the biaskosher salt1 cup orzo pasta3 tablespoons freshly squeezed meyer lemon juice2 teaspoons finely minced shallot3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oila few grinds of black pepper3 ounces feta, crumbled1 teaspoon grated lemon zestfreshly chopped herbs, such as parsley or chives, to tastehandful of pea shoots, optionalbring a large pot of water to a boil over high heat. prepare a large bowl of ice water and set aside. when water comes to a boil, add the shelled peas and blanch in the boiling water for 2 to 3 minutes. in the fi






bear bowl is a foldable cookpot that fits in your pocket


why it matters to you it's important to keep your pack light and portable when you're on the trail. cook pots add lots of bulk and weight, but the bear bowl solves both of these problems.there’s no way around it. if you want warm food on the trail, then you have to carry a cook pot. it sounds simple, but, in reality, it’s not. the pots are space hogs — they need to be big enough to boil water and rehydrate your food, and their round shape makes them difficult to stuff neatly in your pack. and the bigger they are, the more weight they add to your bag. if you understand the struggle, then you should check out the bear bowl from bear minimum.the bear bowl is the world’s first cook pot to fit in your pocket. yes, your pocket. and it’s not like any other cook pot you’ve seen — it’s square with






we tried pinterest’s natural easter egg dye recipes


clockwise from left: turmeric, beets, onion skins, cabbage.can you really make dyes in all colors of the rainbow with vegetable scraps and other earthy organic things? tons of pinterest posts claim that you can. we wanted to be sure. so we tested some of the recipes and found that some work beautifully, while others just give you different shades of brown.onion skins just make eggs brown hope you like brown.i had high hopes for this one. i’ve used onion skins successfully in the past to dye wool yarn. (they turned white yarn a beautiful golden yellow). my results here were disappointing, though.advertisementfirst, let’s clarify: we are indeed talking about onion skins, not the onions themselves. you can buy onion skins by going up to a display of onions in the supermarket and just rummagin






we tested pinterest’s natural easter egg dye recipes


clockwise from left: turmeric, beets, onion skins, cabbage.can you really make dyes in all colors of the rainbow with vegetable scraps and other earthy organic things? tons of pinterest posts claim that you can. we wanted to be sure. so we tested some of the recipes and found that some work beautifully, while others just give you different shades of brown.onion skins just make eggs brown hope you like brown.i had high hopes for this one. i’ve used onion skins successfully in the past to dye wool yarn. (they turned white yarn a beautiful golden yellow). my results here were disappointing, though.advertisementfirst, let’s clarify: we are indeed talking about onion skins, not the onions themselves. you can buy onion skins by going up to a display of onions in the supermarket and just rummagin






clarifying butter – the denver post


what we don’t know about butter is a lot more than figuring out how much is “a little butta’” that “won’t hurt.” it’s 15 percent water, to begin with, which makes it —  along with extra virgin olive oil, another cooking fat surrounded by its own disinformation —  a nearly useless oil with which to fry or saute. but use them for that, we do.this is a recipe for clarified” butter (what the indians, who use it extensively, call “ghee”). the directions for making it are the recipe. it removes the water and allows for high temperature cooking (up to 485 degrees).it’s also great for adding a deep, nearly-nutty, real butter taste to dishes such as risotto, some pasta preparations, the finishing to filets of fish, steamed or roasted vegetables, or for deglazing a pan in order to sauce a chicken. a






making coffee with the biolite cookstove / boing boing


the friendly folks at biolite (makers of innovative battery-powered lighting, solar charging batteries, and other cool field gear) sent me a biolite cookstove to try out. imagine a tin can that holds burning sticks. and attached to that can is a battery pack with a fan that blows air into the can, which makes the sticks burn hot and bright. you can put a pot on top of the can to cook food or boil water. that's what the cookstove is. i tried it out by making some coffee in my backyard (see my video, above). first, i found a small branch that fell from a tree during the last ... ial downpour here in la. it was already dried out from a few days in the sun. i snapped it into 4-inch pieces. i also found some pieces of eucalyptus bark, which were thin and kind of rolled up like cigars. i put a f






blaine's water safe to drink again


city officials in blaine said monday night that the city's water system is up and running, and the water is safe to drink.test results from the minnesota department of health conclude that there are "no safety or contamination issues with the water," according to an update posted on the city's website just before 11 p.m."residents and businesses may resume using water for normal day-to-day activities," according to the post.the second disruption to blaine's city water pressure in two months spurred school closings and a boil water advisory monday, but city officials said it was unrelated to a similar incident in january.in both cases, systems intended to monitor and react to low levels in the city's water towers did not properly communicate problems. city officials attributed the january d






perfect hard-boiled eggs every time


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);we’re awash in brightly colored hard-boiled eggs and anticipating the deviled eggs to come — if, that is, we can get the peels off without reducing the egg whites to a pockmarked lunar landscape. you too?there are a number of reasons for egg shell stubborness, including ph level and egg age. (apparently, 10 days post-chicken is optimal. good luck figuring out when your eggs were laid, supermarket shoppers.) but speed of cooking makes a huge difference. eggs that are heated quickly — and cooled quickly — peel more easily. celebrity chef alton brown, for example, uses a pressure cooker to cook the eggs, then gives them a quick cool down in an ice bath. here are two more methods that promise hard-boiled perfection:the boil and ice method: doctore






arugula salad with beets and goat cheese recipe


the amount of ingredients shown is just a guideline for two servings. the actual amounts depend on how much salad per serving you want.ingredientssalad ingredients:2 medium beets, cooked (roasted* or boiled**) until a fork easily goes in one (about an hour), peeled, diced into bite-sized pieces2 handfuls (about 2.5 ounces) fresh baby arugula4 tbsp goat cheese (about 1.5 ounces)1/4 cup roughly chopped toasted walnutsdressing ingredients:3 tbsp olive oil1 1/2 tbsp lemon juice1/4 teaspoon dry powdered mustard1/2 teaspoon sugar1/2 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon pepper* to roast beets, scrub raw beets clean, coat with a little olive oil, w in aluminum foil, and roast in 400°f oven for 1 to 2 hours, until fork tender** to boil beets, scrub raw beets clean, put in small pot, cover with water, bring to






soba noodle bowls with spinach and poached eggs recipe


1 heat the poaching water: fill a wide a wide saucepan with 2 inches of generously salted water and bring to a boil. add the vinegar, and adjust the heat to a gentle simmer.2 heat and season the stock.  meanwhile, in a large saucepan over medium heat, bring the stock to a boil. add the ginger, garlic, sesame oil and salt to taste. adjust the heat to a gentle simmer, cover, and let it cook while you poach the eggs. this gives the flavors time to mingle.3 poach the eggs. line a tray or plate with a paper towel. adjust the heat under the poaching water so that it's at a very gentle simmer.crack 1 egg into a small bowl or measuring cup. hold the rim of the bowl or cup as close to the surface of the water as possible, and gently tip the egg into the water. rapidly repeat with the remaining eggs






soba noodle bowls with spinach and poached eggs recipe


1 heat the poaching water: fill a wide a wide saucepan with 2 inches of generously salted water and bring to a boil. add the vinegar, and adjust the heat to a gentle simmer.2 heat and season the stock.  meanwhile, in a large saucepan over medium heat, bring the stock to a boil. add the ginger, garlic, sesame oil and salt to taste. adjust the heat to a gentle simmer, cover, and let it cook while you poach the eggs. this gives the flavors time to mingle.3 poach the eggs. line a tray or plate with a paper towel. adjust the heat under the poaching water so that it's at a very gentle simmer.crack 1 egg into a small bowl or measuring cup. hold the rim of the bowl or cup as close to the surface of the water as possible, and gently tip the egg into the water. rapidly repeat with the remaining eggs






corned beef and cabbage recipe


corned beef (baked)1 lightly boil to remove excess salt: take the corned beef from the package and discard the spice packet. note that one side of the roast should have a layer of fat, the other side should have distinct lines indicating the grain of the beef.corned beef can be very salty, especially when baked. to remove some of the salt before cooking, place it in a pot fat side up. cover with water, bring to a boil, and discard the water. repeat to remove even more salt.2 top with cloves, honey mustard, brown sugar: preheat oven to 350°f. lay the corned beef, fat side up, on a large piece of heavy duty, wide, aluminum foil (you may have to get creative with the way you wrap the beef if your foil isn't wide enough).insert the cloves into the top of the slab of corned beef, evenly spaced.






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






here, making maple syrup is a sweet retirement gig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare each spring, residents at wake robin in shelburne take a vacation from their retirement, roll up their sleeves, and head out to the sugar house, where they gather sap, haul wood and boil to make dozens of gallons of maple syrup. ryan mercer/free pressjohn blackmer dips into a boiling pan of maple sap, checking to see if it's time to pour some off at a sugar house at wake robin in shelburne on tuesday, march 22, 2017. residents gather and boil sap each season, last year making about 35 gallons of maple syrup.(photo: ryan mercer/free press) 164 connectlinkedinemailmoreshelburne, vt. — thirty or so tiny plastic cups line the windowsills of the wake robin sugar shack, with a name written on each in indelible-ink marker. those names represent each resident or emplo






how to make the ultimate mashed potatoes


is there anything more perfectly lovely than mashed potatoes? done right, they’re creamy, comforting and flavorful — and such a good vehicle for gravy consumption. the “done right” is the trick, says james beard award-winning food writer and culinary teacher raghavan iyer, author of “smashed, mashed, boiled and baked — and fried, too!” (workman, $17), a paperback homage to the potato in all its global glory.“the secret of perfect mashed potatoes lies in the right floury potato, a potato ricer and, of course, indulgent fats like cream and butter,” iyer says. “this cloud-soft fluff is the perfect bed for any and all kinds of herbs, spices, sauces, meats and even vegetables.”that fluff can be embellished, too, by adding a ½ cup finely chopped fresh basil just before you fold in the liquid, fo






airstrikes pummel syrian town hit by chemical attack


beirut -- warplanes on saturday struck the syrian town where a chemical attack had killed scores of people earlier this week, as turkey warned that a retaliatory u.s. missile strike on a syrian air base would only be “cosmetic” if greater efforts are not made to remove president bashar assad from power. the airstrikes on the opposition-held northern town of khan sheikhoun, where 87 people were killed in the chemical attack earlier this week, killed a woman and wounded her son, according to the britain-based syrian observatory for human rights and the local coordination committees, an activist collective. elsewhere in syria, u.s.-led airstrikes killed at least 21 people, including a woman and her six children who were fleeing on a boat across the euphrates river near the islamic state group






ritz-carlton's spring pea soup with bacon


serves 6 to 8 as a first coursenote: this soup is delicious either hot or cold, so serve it as the weather dictates. use the pea pods to make the flavorful stock.2 ½ to 3 quarts chilled pea stock, divided (see recipe below)1 pound fresh shelled peas8 ounces spinachsalt and freshly ground peppercrispy bacon chips (see recipe)crème fraiche, whippedpea tendrils, optionalin a large pot, bring half the pea stock to a boil. in a large bowl, keep the remaining stock chilled; you’ll use it to shock the vegetables after they blanch.once the stock comes to a boil, add the peas and blanch them for 2 minutes. add the spinach and continue blanching the vegetables for 1 minute more. use a slotted spoon or strainer to quickly transfer the peas and spinach to the chilled pea stock to stop the cooking proc






rhubarb fool recipe


1 cook the rhubarb: place a medium-sized, heat-proof bowl on the counter next to the stove. in a wide, deep skillet over medium heat, stir together the sugar, orange zest and orange juice. stir constantly until the mixture liquefies and begins to boil. (it's fine if not all the sugar is dissolved at this point.)raise the heat to high and add the rhubarb. cook, stirring constantly, until the rhubarb juices start to flow, the liquid comes to a boil, and the sugar dissolves completely.adjust the heat to maintain a gentle simmer. cook, stirring often, for an additional 4 to 6 minutes, or until the rhubarb starts to fall apart, but about one-third of the chunks remain intact. taste and add more sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, if you like.2 cool the rhubarb: immediately pour the rhubarb puree int






recipe: chorizo and potato tacos


chorizo and potato tacosmakes 12.note: browning the chorizo until slightly crispy gives these tacos a deep flavor and nice texture. from meredith deeds.• 3 medium (about 12 oz.) yukon gold potatoes, cut into 1/2-in. cubes• 1 tbsp. white vinegar• 1 tbsp., plus 1/2 tsp. salt, divided• 2 tbsp. vegetable oil• 12 oz. fresh mexican chorizo sausage, casing removed• 1 medium white onion, diced• 1 poblano chile, seeded and diced• 12 warm tortillas• 1 avocado, pitted and sliced• fresh cilantro leaves• homemade or store-bought green salsa• lime wedgesdirectionsplace potatoes in a large pot and cover with cold water by 1 inch. add vinegar and 1 tablespoon salt, and bring to a boil over high heat. cook the potatoes until they are just becoming tender (they will still be quite firm), about 5 minutes aft






oakland toxic site to begin $10 million cleanup to boil pollutants – the mercury


oakland — a $10 million clean up of contaminated soil and groundwater at a former chemical distribution center near homes will begin saturday following years of debate on how to make the property safe for neighbors.the federal environmental protection agency and community leaders will hold public tours of the third street property from 11 to a.m. to 2 p.m saturday, and conduct a 1 p.m. ribbon cutting to celebrate the milestone.the treatment system uses electrodes placed deep under ground to generate a current that heats up the water underground to vaporize the toxic contaminants. then they are collected and shipped to a waste disposal site.“you basically boil the water underground to vaporize and condense the pollutants, and then you use a vacuum system to collect the chemicals,” said kell






recipe: coq au vin tacos


the coq au vin tacos at groveland’s fork & love restaurant layer braised chicken and brussels sprouts slaw atop red wine-pomegranate tortillas. a garnish of pickled porcini mushrooms adds even more flavor.red wine pomegranate tortillas1½ cups red wine, such as cabernet1 tablespoon pomegranate molasses2 cups masa (corn flour)1 teaspoon salt2 tablespoons olive oilin a small pot, bring the wine and pomegranate molasses to a boil.place the masa in a mixing bowl. make a well in the center. pour the warm red wine mixture and salt into the well and mix by hand until moist and smooth.  add the olive oil and knead dough until the oil is absorbed.pinch off 1¼ ounce pieces of dough and roll into balls. use a tortilla press to smash the dough into tortillas. cook each tortilla on a flat top or cast ir






recipe: filipino kare kare


serves 4 to 6note: this classic filipino stew is typically served with steamed white rice and a bit of shrimp paste, which provides deep umami flavor.3 pounds oxtail2 tablespoons salt½ cup uncooked jasmine rice1 cup roasted organic peanuts1 bunch chinese long beans, cut into 3-inch lengths, or green beans4 japanese eggplants, cut lengthwise and then into 2-inch sections4 bok choy, ends trimmed, leaves separated¼ cup canola oil1 ounce whole annatto seeds½ head garlic, peeled, minced1 onion, dicedrinse and clean oxtail.  place oxtail in a large pot with enough water to cover, about 8 cups. add salt. bring to a boil over medium heat, then lower heat and simmer, skimming off any scum that forms on top, for about 2 ½ hours or until tender. skim off excess fat, remove oxtail from the beef broth






family of teen who died after wisdom teeth procedure sues edina dentist


the “negligent and dangerous” actions of an edina oral surgeon during a routine wisdom teeth extraction led to the death of an eden prairie teen, the ’s family is alleging in a lawsuit filed this week in hennepin county district court.the medical malpractice and wrongful death suit against dr. paul tompach, who continues to see patients under state licensing board restrictions, alleges that several missteps caused the death of sydney galleger in june 2015. the lawsuit’s allegations about what tompach did wrong early in the procedure mirror much of what the state board of dentistry investigation determined before it put him under indefinite restrictions starting in march 2016.those missteps range from incorrectly administering general anesthesia to failing to provide proper monitoring durin