Turn down a tin of artisan-crafted sweet treats? Not me! In the spirit of giving and the mantra “all foods fit,” I’ve rounded up my top picks for pastries, chocolates, cakes, ice cream, and candies that will make quick work of your Christmas list. Thank me later.
I ate quite a few burgers this year on a quest to find the cream of the crop. Some noteworthy picks, thoughts on the ridiculousness of topping offerings, and tips for ultimate enjoyment, here.
From gluten-free water to cookies boasting absence of ingredients more than actual nutritional content, “free from” claims on foods and beverages are becoming unreasonably ubiquitous. Are these labels helpful, or potentially harmful? More, here.
Tender, nutritious, and versatile, there's plenty reason to reconsider this protein choice. The icing on the cake? Veal is surprisingly sustainable. More on its humble origins and why you should eat it, here.
Feeling the pressure to hop on the "plant-based" bandwagon? Don't ditch the steak just yet. Here, some thoughts on the semantics of this buzzed-about diet.
The act of placing your hands around a loaf and waiting for that springy bounce back is so innate, you may no longer consider the simple truth about bread: softness equals freshness.
Looking forward to clinking glasses with the Easter Bunny this Sunday after a forty day dry spell? Here, the potential benefits of extending your self-imposed sobriety, speaking from personal experience.
Lamb: let's call it the other red meat. Fatty, flavorful, and surprisingly versatile, it's surely earned its place in my weekly menu rotation. New to this tasty animal? Find some ground lamb and make these easy Spiced Lamb Burgers with Fig Butter - tonight.
Did you perform a complete New Year's kitchen exorcism and clear your pantry of sweets? I most certainly did not. Here's why you might want to consider keeping goodies within reach in 2018.
They say the bird's the word, but what's the good word on how this popular protein makes its way from farm to fork? I caught up with some chicken farmers and their feathered friends in Maryland, and feel confident the voyage is humane. More on my trip to the Delmarva peninsula, here.