Tags archives: recipes

Create: Decadent Side Dishes

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Nutrition is trending, and my orientation is to nutritious, economical, well-tested, chef-driven but doable-at-home-by-mere-mortals recipes. Photography by Janet Warlick :: Food Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins   as our editor Angela reminded me: A well-timed, once-in-awhile splurge is good for everyone. This is a splurge month. Let’s see – cheese, egg[...]

Midweek Nosh: Delish Dishes Courtesy of Blue Apron

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I'd heard a lot about meal delivery services ... you've seen the commercials. The ingredients look good, the preparation looks fun and the resulting meal is pretty and, we assume, tasty. I decided to try it out myself. I tried Blue Apron. They promised fresh ingredients, great recipes ... delivered right to my door. The verdict: They did, indeed, deliver.[...]

P. Allen Smith: Pumpkins... Three Ways, A Charm

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Autumn’s turning leaves foretell the arrival of the garden’s most bodacious fruit: the pumpkin. Photography by Mark Fonville   favorite in my fall kitchen, pumpkins aren’t limited to just holiday pies and spooky jack-o’-lanterns. Pumpkin is much too versatile, delicious and just plain good for you; it’s a great source of fiber and vitamins A, C an[...]

Create: Halloween Beyond the Teens

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Halloween parties aren’t just for kids, and not all Halloween-themed recipes have to be sweet. Photography by Janet Warlick :: Food styled by Muriel H. Wilkins :: Staged by Ashlee Nobel and Sara Edwards Neal   the amount of candy likely to come into your house that night, you’d probably like some fun and easy, not to mention affordable and savory,[...]

Health: The New Pharmacy - Your Kitchen

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When colds strike, it’s tempting to stock up on cold meds at the neighborhood pharmacy or run straight to the doctor. However, before making an appointment, take inventory of your pantry and spice rack.   foods and spices have natural healing properties — you may have the ingredients for a home remedy that will alleviate symptoms without leaving yo[...]

Create: Dinner and a Movie

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Photography by Cindy Momchilov :: Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins    for this month’s recipes included re-watching a half dozen of my favorite films. The fact that googling “food films” yields a multitude of lists indicates just how intertwined food is with life. From “Ratatouille” to “Babette’s Feast,” over and again we see food as a metaphor: It is memo[...]

Tuesday’s Heartbeat: Go Green!

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Like so many American women, I am always on a quest to lose or maintain my weight via diet or exercise, or the truly effective method of a healthy diet and exercise. While achieving my goal of a healthy weight — and a BMI that’s logical for a 47-year-old woman aka not anorexic in nature — is important, I am not one for starvation or crash diets. I like to[...]

Asian Coconut Milk and Noodle Soup

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By Matthew Krepps   We love the flavors of the Far East in the Shala's Kitchen, and we also eat very lightly in the evenings, which means we eat soup nearly every night. I once asked an Ayurvedic teacher who frequented our old Yoga studio, "Ok dude, what's the simplest thing I can do to take care of myself?" Without hesitation he said, "Learn to lov[...]

P. Allen Smith: Berry Good Fun... Summertime Edibles!

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me, summertime conjures up magical childhood memories of climbing trees, catching lightening bugs and playing daylong games of hide-and-seek in the lingering twilight well past 9 at night. I can also vividly remember picking berries, right from the garden or gathering wild berries in the woods. Berries are not only good — they’re good for you! Berrie[...]

Create: Beyond Beef

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Photography by Cindy Momchilov :: Styled by Muriel H. Wilkins    you been thinking about alternatives to burgers and fries? While you’re probably familiar with turkey burgers, you may not know that ground chicken, lamb, tuna and salmon also make great burgers. Have you made your own chickpea or black bean burgers? There is a whole world of options out[...]