Eggs were once considered off limits for many adults. In the 1970s, groups like the American Heart Associationdiscouraged people from eating eggs because it was thought that their cholesterol-rich yolks would increase the risk of heart disease. Now egg-white omelets are ...Read More »
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Really Big Beets for Thanksgiving.Credit Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times Are you looking for a showstopping main course for the vegan guests at your Thanksgiving table? Try a really big beet. That is the advice of reader Diana ...Read More »
If you haven’t started thinking about vegetarian main dishes for Thanksgiving, now is the time. This year I am focusing on beans from North America. I have been enjoying a number of heirloom beans native to the Southwest and Mexico, ...Read More »
Caramelized onion and fennel risottoCredit Andrew Scrivani for The New York Times How do you feed a vegetarian or vegan Thanksgiving guest who doesn’t like sweet potatoes? That was the dilemma for a reader, Joe DiMaria of Somerville, Mass., whose ...Read More »
Have you ever been accused of being addicted to your phone? Sure, it sounds like a joke, but maybe you felt like the comment hit a little too close to home. Technology addiction is a very real thing, and here ...Read More »
For a beverage whose devotees are called junkies, coffee has managed to earn a reputation as a veritable health food: In recent years, studies have found that coffee can do everything from boost your mood and sharpen your brain to ...Read More »
Roasting and then grilling meat is one of Butcher Ryan Farr of 4505 Meats in San Francisco favorite techniques for cooking beef; it makes any cut tender & juicy. This herb salsa recipe has a bright, tangy, spicy flavor and ...Read More »
Recently, I received the following email from a student and friend who shall remain anonymous, about a teacher who shall remain anonymous (I don’t even know who it is), at a studio that shall remain anonymous. I’m not in the ...Read More »
As a health-conscious chef, I’ve always been a big believer in turning to your diet to help fix what ails you. But in the last year, I’ve really been trying to practice what I preach and take my own natural ...Read More »
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