We might as well just say it: kohlrabi is a little weird. The name literally means "cabbage turnip" in German (makes sense, right?), and they're as common as cabbages and turnips themselves in Eastern Europe, where they've been around for centuries. Stateside, though, they're a little more unusual -- "you'd think it had just landed on earth," Elizabeth Scneider says in Uncommon Fruits & Vegetables: A Commonsense Guide -- so farmers' markets and CSA boxes are your best bet for the hardy, prolific stems.Read More »
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We hope your batches of Holiday Cut-Out Cookies are well on their neatly-packaged ways to friends and family far and wide, but we're sure you didn't stop there. This is full-on holiday cookie crackdown mode. Get your baking sheets out, and switch up this year's cookie roster, because we're answering the question:
What is your favorite holiday cookie? Here's the twist: if someone already claimed your cookie, it is no longer eligible to be your favorite.
Let the creativity ensue.
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Watch Cleo and Julia make Cauliflower + Red Lentil Curry.Read More »
Tasia Malakasis of Belle Chevre is showing us how to make goat cheese at home.Read More »
A simple recipe that's beautiful, snack-able, and dessert-able all at once.Read More »
We're featuring a very special Whole Foods Market Holiday Big Feast centered around community giving, and shopping and cooking for a pop-up soup kitchen that is dedicated to Sandy relief.Read More »
Our Shop Manager Christina DiLaura shares her grandmother's epic holiday panettone.Read More »
'Tis the season of giving and eating. Why not combine the two?Read More »
Doing the big holiday shop the Type A way.Read More »
Revolutionize place card holders while feeding your guests at the same time.Read More »