Here's a taste of newspaper food sections around the country this week.
In Nebraska they're doing tasty tapas for spring. They're also making Eggs Continental and Chocolate Genoise with Fruit Coulis.
The Washington Times urges us to make vegetable hash instead of hash of our tax forms. They also give us a recipe for Crab Rangoon, and talk about ancient pathways to health.
It's still cold in Ohio so they're saving warmth and money by cooking up Braised Brisket. They also cook Cajun and make individual bread puddings and lettuce wraps.
The Indy Star is talking picnic with bright new plates. They also have a story about hunting morel mushrooms, along with recipes for garam masala and garlic salad dressing.