What changed for the world of food in 2012? Plenty!Read More »
There's a lingering stereotype about brussels sprouts that says they're mushy, funky, and to be avoided. Not so! Brussels sprouts, which originated in Northern Europe in the 13th century or so, are actually the greatest of all brassicas: they have cabbage's vegetal sweetness, kale's versatility, cauliflower's nuttiness, and more surface area (which equals more potential crispiness) than just about any other vegetable.Read More »
Watch Cleo and Julia make Banana, Date + Walnut Loaf.Read More »
Our new favorite party snack, hostess gift, and vehicle for cheese.Read More »
There's something about January and drinking. Happy happy hour!Read More »
It's that time again -- help us pick the contest finalists for Your Best Beer!
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The twins' lunches today echo a sentiment after our hearts: why should cookie consumption end with the holidays? Christmas has come and gone, but cookies remain a lunch go-to -- just the way it should be. Here's Amanda with the details:
"Antipasti time! Porchetta, Serrano ham, olives, a few beans for fun, Italian crackers, and two kinds of cookies."
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It's time to raise a glass.Read More »
Healthy and indulgent salads. Don't believe it? Read on.Read More »