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June 29, 2000

Pot pluck
Smart cooks know how to turn out a tempting casserole, salad or dessert that stands the test of time and the taste buds of many. Long live the old-fashioned potluck dinner! Story

The Web won't leave cooks in a bind for recipes, reviews
Every couple of days, Ellen Folkman cruises the Internet, looking for something good to cook.

Savoring the possibilities
Peruse wine cellars and wine lore at your leisure, even if the law discourages delivery of the real thing to your home in Florida.

Food File
Special events and food tastings

Can-do barbecue
That bird is sitting pretty on a rather unconventional cooking process. For the birds? Think again. Cooks swear by it. Cheers.
Story

Backfin Blue knows the art of making Maryland crab cakes
GULFPORT -- We phoned the Backfin Blue Cafe on a rainy Saturday night on our way home from a youth soccer game. It took a few minutes for the waiter to hand the phone to the bartender to take our carryout order. When we arrived at the Gulfport restaurant, we understood the delay -- the place was packed.

Taste Recipes
Browse these collections for hundreds of recipes and timely tips that will make you a star in your own kitchen.

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