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FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-GRILLED SAUSAGES WITH ONIONS We wanted a foolproof method for grilling sausages and onions simultaneously that would produce nicely browned links with juicy interiors and tender, caramelized onions.By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 480 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-CHICKEN SATAY WITH SPICY PEANUT DIPPING SAUCE: This Southeast Asian dish of marinated, grilled meat weaved onto skewers has deep flavor to match its convenient format By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 450 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-PAN-FRIED SOLE WITH LEMON-CAPER PAN SAUCE: Sole fillets bathed in a lemon, caper and white wine is a classic for a reason: The fresh, bright acidity of the sauce wakes up the flaSole fillets bathed in a lemon, caper and white wine is a classic for a reason: The fresh, bright acidity of the sauce wakes up the flavor of the fish. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 600 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-STRIPED FRUIT POPSICLES: To make an ultraflavorful, naturally sweetened version of a multicolored popsicle that would please kids and adults alike, we started with two kinds of berries. By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 480 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-ATK-S’MORES ICE CREAM CAKE We wanted to take each element of s’mores and reimagine this beloved campfire snack as a magnificent ice cream cake By America’s Test Kitchen. UPCOMING: 480 words by 2 p.m. Monday, photos.
FOOD-COLUMN-DEADLINE-GREEN BEANS: COOKING ON DEADLINE: Green Beans with Tarragon Vinaigrette. By Katie Workman. UPCOMING: 490 words by noon Monday, photos.
HOMES AND GARDENING
HOMES-RIGHT-DIAPER BAGS: RIGHT AT HOME: Diaper bags get a stylish update. By Kim Cook. UPCOMING: 700 words by noon Tuesday, photos.
GARDENING-MONARCHS AND MILKWEED: For generations, North American farmers have despised milkweed and done their best to rid their lands of the encroaching plant. “I hate to have milkweed in my strawberry field,” Nathalie Leonard says from her farm by the Quebec village of Lac-du-Cerf. So why does she also have 60 acres of milkweed growing on purpose? It’s for the sake of butterflies — the iconic monarchs. And for a chance to turn milkweed into profit. By Calvin Woodward. 850 words by noon Tuesday, photos
GARDENING-COLUMN-CEREUS: Cereus is night-blooming cactus that blooms just a few nights each year. By Lee Reich. UPCOMING: 450 words by noon Tuesday, photos.
NATIONAL COMEDY CENTER: The National Comedy Center is opening in Lucille Ball’s hometown, Jamestown, New York. By Carolyn Thompson. SENT: 750 words, photos. Originally sent Sunday. Retransmitted Monday on travel lines.
BOSNIA HIGH DIVE: A tradition of diving off a bridge in Bosnia has been going on for centuries. By Amel Emric. SENT: 400 words Sunday, photo.
COAST STARLIGHT: All aboard for Amtrak’s 35-hour traincation offering chef-inspired meals, wine-tasting and an old-fashioned, unplugged escape with scenic views of the Pacific Northwest. By Nicole Evatt. SENT: 400 words by noon Monday, photos.
GOLF IN WHISTLER: Whistler, in Canada, has become a must-stop golf destination with four championship courses in the area. It’s also known for summer activities, from fishing and hiking to zip lining and mountain biking, along with winter skiing. By John Marshall. SENT: 600 words by noon Monday, photos
LONELY PLANET-CRUISES: Lonely Planet has come out with its first guidebooks to cruising. SENT: 200 words by noon Monday, photos.
SOUND OF FROGS: If you can stand the heat and humidity, a symphony of frogs and a magical verdant landscape await you on the Barataria Preserve Trails at Jean Lafitte National Park in Marrero just outside New Orleans. And yes, it’s a swamp. By Beth J. Harpaz. UPCOMING: 800 words by noon Tuesday, photos.
NEW ORLEANS CEMETERY: You might be drawn in by the grave of the voodoo queen, but there’s so much more history in New Orleans’ famous St. Louis No. 1 Cemetery. By Beth J. Harpaz. UPCOMING: 700 words by noon Tuesday, photos
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
GENERAL LIFESTYLES: MARIE KONDO’S EMPIRE; DIVORCE ALIMONY CHANGES
FOOD: ATK-CHERRY COBBLER; ATK-GRILLED TUNA STEAKS WITH LIME-GINGER VINAIGRETTE; ATK-BAKED CRAB DIP WITH CROSTINI; ATK-SALMON, AVOCADO, GRAPEFRUIT AND WATERCRESS SALAD; ATK-VEGETABLE AND ORZO TIAN; DEADLINE-SWEET POTATO FRIES; KITCHENWISE-FRESH CORN SPOONBREAD
HOMES AND GARDENING: MARIE KONDO’S EMPIRE; GARDENING-LOSING POWER; HOMES-PLANNING A NEW KITCHEN
TRAVEL: BOLIVIA WITCH MARKET; VERMONT-RESTAURANT 100TH; REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA; TRAVEL INSURANCE; ON THE MONEY-EXPERIENCES
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