Articles Tagged “cook”

City Dirt

No Sun? No Shade? No Problem!

By • May 18, 2012 • 12 Comments

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This is the tenth in our biweekly series from Amy Pennington – urban farmer, founder of GoGo Green Garden, and author of Urban Pantry and Apartment Gardening – on how to start growing your own food, no matter how tiny your garden-to-be is.

Today: Whether your balcony is bathed in sun or swathed in shade, Amy has the ideal plants for you to grow -- tomatoes, lettuce, herbs, you name it.


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Amanda's Kids' Lunch

Amanda's Kids' Lunch

By • May 17, 2012 • 2 Comments

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"When I don't have much inspiration or if I have a more challenging ingredient, cream cheese is my secret weapon. Kids love cream cheese so it can help soften the blow of flavors like radish or pickled ramps. That's just what I packed here, along with fresh strawberries from the Union Square Greenmarket."
- Amanda

We hope Walker and Addie packed enough to share, because their lunch looks fantastic. What are you having?

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Supply Chain

A Day in Tuscany with Nancy Harmon Jenkins

By • May 17, 2012 • 2 Comments

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We're celebrating the artisans, writers, makers, and more who make up the diverse and inspiring world of food.

Today: Nancy Harmon Jenkins shares a day in Tuscany with Supply Chain, from Tuscan Easter to trips to the local food market and cooking at Villa Campestri.

Nancy Harmon Jenkins is a leading authority on Mediterranean cuisine and the author of many books including The Mediterranean Diet Cookbook and Flavors of Tuscany. She leads food tours of Italy, Spain, and Tunisia for the Culinary Institute of America's Worlds of Flavor program, and will be the culinary guide for the 6-Day All-Inclusive Tuscan Retreat at Villa Campestri, a Renaissance estate perched on a hillside overlooking one of Tuscany's most scenic valleys. (Interested in going with a group of friends? Check out our Shop offer!)

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