If you are anything like me, you have a taste imprinted on your tongue from childhood that associates parties with piggies in a blanket.
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They say turkeys are stupid, and that may be the case, but I’ve looked different turkeys in the eye and have seen keen intelligence and even humor. I’ve also seen the vacant stare of the doomed…
Fennel is one of those vegetables that seem a bit odd if you aren’t used to it, but think of it as round celery that has a hint of licorice flavor to it and you’ll be fine.
One of my earliest memories is helping my mom prepare these for a cocktail party.
Guest blogger Eugenia Bone discusses her love of mushrooms, home-canned tuna, and the importance of clean water.
Carving pumpkins is fun. At our house, I make pretty ones and my husband specializes in scary ones. (In the past, he has been known to use ketchup as an accessory.)
Sometimes I remember what’s really important when I am doing something that doesn’t seem very important at all. And I remembered it while manning the grill with Dave Zinczenko at Apple Fest 2011. I didn’t ask him to help me cook organic hot dogs (generously donated by Applegate Farms) for my Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen […]
In America, we think we are hot stuff because of all our growing farmer’s markets across the country. Or in Manhattan, a place like Eataly seems like a whole new invention. And then you go to Barcelona, which, like many cities in Europe, has a food market in the middle of the city that has […]
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now