How many of us eat the same yogurt for breakfast every morning? Even if you love the stuff, the routine can start to feel staid.
What goes together better than food and drinks? Nothing.
Charlie Trotter was the consummate chef. As a role model, mentor and great friend to so many of us chefs around the world, he will never be replaced. And for those of us lucky enough to eat at his tables, let's forever consider ourselves grateful.
With our vision firmly planted on what's next, are we losing sight of what's right around us? Will our memories be weaker, less pronounced and less invigorating if our connection with our present experience is distracted and detached?
Packing lunches and going over menus is a great way to make small changes in the way your kids eat. You can also go a step farther and help change school cafeteria menus. Most schools lack the funds to makeover their kitchens, but parents can help. How can you make a difference?
Children want to mimic adults. They notice when you choose to prepare fresh vegetables over calling in another pizza pie for dinner. They will see that food made with love and care outweighs going through the drive-through window.
Look at an exclusive peek into Samuelsson's day-to-day culinary adventures, including his Inauguration Day snacks and a meal he recently prepared for Alicia Keys.
In preparation for Marcus Samuelsson discussing his memoir on Monday, and Danny Meyer joining writers Ian Frazier, Karen Russell and Molly O'Neill to discuss lunch on Tuesday, we hosted a Macaroni and Cheese cook-off!
Last year it was Thanksgiving in Shanghai, a ceviche crawl in Lima and lunch in Miami. Still, I need 100,000 flown miles to get the executive platinum status I've craved for years.
The always innovative event is returning to New York City for the seventh year, bringing with it some of the most talented chefs, coolest kitchen equipment and tastiest products from across the globe.
Our country is in the midst of a cataclysmic health crisis, much of it caused by how we eat. There shouldn't be a distinction between what's healthy and unhealthy. Cooking and eating well is not just an issue of access or cost -- it's also an issue of education and understanding.
Ethiopian-born, Gothenburg-raised and Harlem-settled chef Marcus Samuelsson took the flavors of his international past and infused them into his new memoir.