Articles Tagged “tables”
A soup to take you on an adventure.Read More »
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Today: China millman reminisces about Parisian vegetables, and then cooks from a book full of them.
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We know you've got them rolling around somewhere in your kitchen. Let them shine.Read More »
Jenny says: make time for these green beans.Read More »
With tan, green, and yellow skin that yields to bright orange insides, winter squash provide a cold-weather splash of color at farmers' market. Though they're closely related to melons and (of course) summer squash, winter squash have unique characteristics -- their tough skin, delicious seeds, and sweet flesh make them kitchen staples from the beginning of autumn until spring.Read More »
An exotic take on meat and potatoes that we're convinced will please every last person at the table.Read More »
The last time we talked about potatoes, Marian Bull helped us figure out how to match recipes to the potatoes that suit them best -- starchy Russets for mashing, waxy red potatoes for salads, and more. Today we're digging underground to learn even more about the potato: we'll talk about how they're actually the stems of the plant, what exactly a potato fruit looks like, and what it really means when their skin turns green after storage.Read More »
Peasant food, no more.Read More »
When it comes to healthy eating, avocados are our best friends.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 »