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- Chefs’ Latest Vegetable Obsession? The Easter Bunny Would Approve.They simmer in stocks, accentuate pot roast and stand in as a crunchy, good-for-you snack between meals. But in the hands of deft chefs, taken-for-granted carrots are fast becoming the highlight of the dinner table. “Carrots have a nice bright flavor, sweet, with the slightest bit of bitterness and astringency,” says Rob Marzinsky, executive chefRead more
- This Week’s Nutrition News FeedIn this week’s news: Mondays get even more meatless; the world learns what happens when a household bans sugar (hint: a book deal); and coupon-clipping takes a healthier turn. Hitting the Beach — and the Tofu Why book Canyon Ranch when you can visit Grandma in Boca? Earlier this week, the Florida city announced thatRead more
- Yes, Turmeric Is the Spice of the Moment (Here’s Why)— Long a mainstay of South Asian cooking, turmeric adds zing to curries and other dishes. But it has also been used in Eastern cultures for thousands of years for its medicinal properties. More recently, turmeric has caught the attention of Western researchers who have been studying the herb and its potential health benefits. “OneRead more
- The Chef’s Take: Seafood and Tomato Stew from John Finger and Ron Stainer“With fish especially, I really like people being able to taste all the ingredients without covering them up with sauces and lots of fats and calories,” says John Finger, the founding partner of Hog Island Oyster Co. who first earned his reputation in the food world as an oyster farmer. An unpretentious seafood restaurant, Hog Island Oyster Co.Read more
- Dessert of the Month: Gluten-Free Jam Dot CookiesWhen made with different colors of jam, these little cookies are reminiscent of a pretty collection of jewels. They satisfy both the need for something nutty and crisp and any desire for big fruity flavors — all in one bite. The combination of whole-grain flours, ground coconut and maple complement the assertive flavor of toastedRead more
- Turning Bacon into Bombs: The American Fat Salvage CommitteeDuring World War II, the U.S. government urged Americans to save excess fat rendered from cooking and donate it to the army to produce explosives.
- Do You Walk Enough?This is an easy, passive way to find out.
- The Site of Several 2016 Olympic Aquatic Events Has 195 Times the Safe Amount of Sewage in the WaterAthletes and civilians alike are worried about contracting diseases in Brazil's feces-laden bay.
- Sad Desk Lunch: Is This How You Want to Die?How to avoid working through lunch, and diseases related to social isolation.
- 2 Charts That Put the Chinese Pollution Crisis in PerspectiveNo one now alive has experienced anything similar in North America or Europe, except in the middle of a forest fire or a volcanic eruption.