Tag Archives: Recipes

Chocolate coconut cookies have intriguing spice notes

By Wolfgang Puck Tribune Content Agency If you’ve been a reader of my column these past many years, you know you can expect one thing from me as surely as the fact that I love to help people cook and eat the best food possible: When December rolls around, at some point I’m going to

A light, crisp salad that also hints at autumn

By Wolfgang Puck Tribune Content Agency When people think about “autumn cooking,” what comes to mind most often are ingredients that seem to offer the warmth and comfort we crave during the season: earthy, meaty-tasting mushrooms, savory-sweet mellow squashes, juicy-crisp apples combining spiciness and tanginess with their sweetness, and so on. And all that produce

Mashed sweet potatoes with a little spice and zest

By Wolfgang Puck Tribune Content Agency Who wants mashed potatoes? I can imagine hands and voices happily raised in response to that question, whether it’s asked around a family table, at a casual diner, or in the finest restaurant. My sons and I love mashed potatoes (or potato puree, as I was trained to call

Welcome autumn with French version of American favorite

By Wolfgang Puck Tribune Content Agency More even than deepest winter, I always think of autumn as soup weather. The very fact that it seems like a transitional season – with still summery days gradually giving way to cool weather and then, eventually, the first rains or snows – suits it to all kinds of

Granny Smith apples are the star of this easy, old-fashioned dessert

By Wolfgang Puck Tribune Content Agency Everybody seems to take apples for granted. They’re always there in supermarkets and farmers market stalls, parents are packing them in kids’ lunches, and some fast-food places now offer sliced apples as a healthy alternative to french fries (not that many guests necessarily go for that option). The fruit