Articles Tagged “oil”
Hannukkah is a great reason to let the oil flow and fry, fry away.
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You'll be hearing from the staff at FOOD52 every week in Too Many Cooks, our group column in which we pool our answers to questions about food, cooking, life, and more.
The answers were a little surprising! As Kristen pointed out, egg preferences are really solidified in childhood -- so if your parents favored soft-boiled eggs, chances are that you do, too. Pretty Proustian, huh? And then of course we had a couple of all-around egg-loving abstainers.
What's your favorite way to eat eggs?Read More »
Amanda shows us her lazy go-to dinner.Read More »
Merrill's dives head-first into the world of baby food -- homemade, of course.Read More »
Yes, you read that right -- 3 ways to cook pasta.Read More »
Today: Come rain or shine, Tom throws a family Shrimp Boil with Remoulade and Cocktail Sauce -- and with just a little bit of planning, you can too.
Today: Nudo's Jason Gibb makes flavored olive oil with whole lemons -- pressed together so their flavors are "joined at the pip" -- and puts trees up for adoption. How cool is that?Read More »
Get to know your oils inside and out with a crash course on some of our favorites.Read More »
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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!)Read More »