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Snow Pea Shoot Pappardelle

Snow Pea Shoot Pappardelle

You know when you get to that point toward the end of the holiday season when you just crave something green and not too heavy? That’s when you’re going to want to turn to this quick and easy Snow Pea Shoot Pappardelle made with tender, delicate snow pea shoots.   The snow pea shoots (Dau […]

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Restaurant-Style Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts have an unfortunate reputation as one of the most dreaded vegetables, and yet they’re actually quite tasty…or at least they should be. The key is in the preparation. If you serve 1970s-style over-cooked, limp, flavorless Brussels sprouts, you’re pretty much guaranteeing that your family members will turn up their noses. But if you […]

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Cooking With Olive Oil

Olive oil: It’s one of the oldest and most widely used foods in the world, except most people’s knowledge of this flavorful oil probably only scratches the surface of its potential uses. Enter Cooking Techniques and Recipes With Olive Oil, the new gold-medal-winning cookbook by the “Two Extra Virgins,” Laura Bashar of Family Spice and […]

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iPad Mini #Giveaway

UPDATE: Congrats to winner Jaclyn R. and thanks to all who entered! Happy December! We’d like to kick off the season with a fun, easy recipe and a great giveaway. If you’re looking for a quick, pretty, no-back appetizer you can make with your kids, look no further than these pretty Cranberry-Jicama Star Appetizers. All […]

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black garlic hummus

Black Garlic Pumpkin Hummus

It’s getting closer and closer to October 31 and we just can’t resist making more Halloween-themed food. Our friends over at Frieda’s Specialty Produce sent us a bunch of spooky foods including rambutan and Buddha’s hand citron, but the black garlic was the most mysterious. Why is it black? What does it taste like? And […]

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100-year-old olive trees at Lodestar Farms

Farm Water and Farm-Fresh Food

Here’s a question that keeps coming up as we continue our Real Food farm tour project – Why should consumers care about or get to know what happens at farms? Why do we need to know about our food and where it comes from? This question struck us when we came across a survey by the U.S. […]

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