Monthly Archives: March 2009
Have you ever looked at a nutrition label and wondered what the numbers had to do with anything? I know I did, so I did some digging and I would love to share some basic “food math” with you! I don’t go over everything, but I do touch on a few of the major components. I also make a point to go into what I feel is a bit of underhandedness when it comes to how things are labeled. Continue reading
I’m a huge fan of casseroles when they taste good. What’s not to love? They are filling, usually take little work, and can feed an army (or have tons of leftovers). The catch is that most casseroles are quite bland in my opinion, so what do we do about it?
Let’s throw the usual out the window and kick that flavor up to 11! Continue reading
Chef Dan Barber speaks at a TED (Technology Entertainment Design) conference about an experience he had with what some people are calling ‘Ethical Foie Gras’.
This is a good watch for anyone wondering about the whole “eat local” movement and why new isn’t always better. Continue reading
Ah, nothing tastes quite like a nice hunk of sourdough, does it? There’s just something about that bread, from the hard outer crust to the chewy tangy inside… pure heaven!
Let’s see what happens when I give it the old college try! S-O-U-R-D-O-U-G-H… what does that spell?! TASTY FRESH BREAD!!! Continue reading
Back in January I was messing around on the internet, and I stumbled across something I had never heard before: CSA. Now, I knew what a Farmer’s Market was, but I had never heard of this concept. For those of you who were like me and have no idea what it is, CSA simply stands for Community-Supported Agriculture. This cool program allows […] Continue reading