How To & DIY

How To & DIY

Seasoning Local Fare

There's a good reason — make that plenty of good reasons — why local foods are so popular. Produce that's been grown nearby is typically fresher, riper, and better tasting than fruits and vegetables from afar.

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Seasoning Local Fare

Super Snacks for Game Day

January football parties can be an early and challenging test of your New Year's Resolutions to eat well. Snacks are often at least half the fun of the game — maybe all the fun if you're backing the wrong team — so you need some snacks that skew healthy without sacrificing flavor.

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Super Snacks for Game Day

Thai Cuisine

At once hot and spicy, cool and soothing, sweet and sour, bold and subtle— Thai cuisine is a brilliant balance of colors, tastes and aromas. In one dish, for example, the Thai cook might meld an array of hot chili peppers and pungent spices with sweet, exotic fruits or fresh seafood, smooth coconut milk, and bright herbs like mint and lemongrass.

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Thai Cuisine

Three Simple Ways to be Merry this Holiday Season

The holidays don’t have to be an overwhelming time of to-dos and compromises. Do it differently this year.

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Three Simple Ways to be Merry this Holiday Season

Peruvian Cuisine

The ultimate in fusion cooking, Peruvian cooking is a combination of Incan staples and influences from Spanish, Chinese, Italian, French, African and Japanese cuisines! While the main ingredients are maize (or Indian corn) and potatoes, you'll also find an abundance of other foods, depending on the specific locale. Three main geographical areas define the varieties of Peruvian cooking: the coast (with a focus on fish and seafood), the Andean highlands (meat and potatoes, corn, rice, noodles and breads), and the jungle (fruits, plants, yuccas, rice with fish and meat).

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Peruvian Cuisine

Enhance your Diet with Chia Seeds

Creative cooks looking for healthy solutions are discovering all kinds of ways to use chia seeds. Their subtle nutty flavor works well in sweet or savory dishes, and, unlike flax seeds, chia seeds don't need to be ground before eaten.

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Enhance your Diet with Chia Seeds

The Perfect Pizza

Is pizza your favorite food? You're not alone. Americans eat 100 acres of pizza daily! (The favorite topping is pepperoni, and the least favorite is anchovies.

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The Perfect Pizza

Cooking with saffron

Cooking with saffron is like performing a culinary coronation. The rarest and most regal spice in the world, it turns everything it touches golden, literally.

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Cooking with saffron

Herbal Vinegars

Herbal vinegars are easy to make and versatile. Use them in the kitchen in everything from dressings to desserts, as well as outside the kitchen for toiletries and cleaning.

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Herbal Vinegars

How to Boost Your Smoothie with Ingredients from the Bulk Aisle

Get on the path to wellness by boosting your smoothies with nutritional ingredients from the bulk aisle. We're thrilled to have partnered with Tess Masters, The Blender Girl, on the development of these four recipes to get you started.

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How to Boost Your Smoothie with Ingredients from the Bulk Aisle

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