Cooking tasty and healthy meals from scratch is easy and can be super-quick if you're set up and ready to go. The key to success is having your kitchen stocked to rock.
So as much as I love making pies at home, I try not to have entire full-size pies lying around because, as much as I try to convince myself otherwise, they won't last more than two days. Pie for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, midnight snack... you get the idea.
Whenever a new food item is invented or discovered, it needs to be named. Some people, if they're feeling scientific, go with a variation of a Latin origin. More literal-minded folks just name it whatever's closest to what the product is (see "meatloaf.")
Do you love apples? You might want to find a new favorite fruit. A new report from the Environmental Working Group found that 80 percent of apples are coated with a pesticide that's banned in Europe because it could be carcinogenic.
I believe in starting with good-tasting varieties picked at peak maturity, and I rarely use recipes.
Every tree in the world participates in many biological processes, but the most notable one is photosynthesis: Tree leaves absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, mix it with water, convert it into sugar using the sun's energy and give off oxygen as a by-product.
After reminiscing with my mom and sister about the Normandy Chicken recipe, I pieced together my own version. The basics included a whole chicken cut up, shallots, mushrooms and Calvados, a french apple brandy. I added apples with the mushrooms and some crème fraîche at the end to make a creamy sauce.
People say having kids changes you. I have five, so I feel pretty confident in attesting that there is truth to this. But even I am amazed by how much I've been transformed.
We're all familiar with the classic children's snack of ants on a log, which consisted of celery, peanut butter and raisins (or chocolate chips as a treat). Well, think of this as the adult version!
Try out this pie and we promise it will be the hit of your Thanksgiving dessert table.
by guest blogger Isaac Eliaz, MD, MS, LAc, integrative medicine pioneer Our relationship with food is constantly evolving. In the past few years, m...
Maybe it was the color, so rosy and mauve, or maybe it was the naturally sweet flavor.
An apple dessert that satisfies both the child in you and your adult self.
What is it about turning something into a chip that makes it so irresistible?
Canning this filling ahead of time is the perfect way to whip up a delicious dessert in minutes, without sacrificing the homemade part.
The succulent fennel-roasted apples make every bite of this autumn salad a true celebration of fall's bounty.