Yes, the process takes time. But it's time that requires nothing in the way of effort from you.
One thing was becoming very clear: The crowd I run with doesn't cook. I have friends from all walks of life. Writers. Lawyers. Artists. Accountants. Syndicated Cartoonists. Rich and poor, young and old, all with one thing in common: They wouldn't be exchanging any recipes.
The key to throwing a memorable party? Incredible food.
The crust on this recipe is delightfully spiced and the praline caramel sauce is an unexpected twist that will keep you coming back for more.
Combat the cold -- or re-fuel after skating at the ice rink -- with these six soups that batter the winter blues in to submission.
Pull out a plate of homemade cookies at a Christmas party or when a friend stops by for coffee and you will almost always get a smile in return.
One of the things I love teaching my clients the most is how to incorporate kale, quinoa and other superfoods into familiar favorites. Using new ingredients can be daunting, but after a few tries these healthy additions will be your new go-tos.
Essentially, mindfulness in eating is about looking inward and outward in your relationship with food. Internally, it is about being aware of how you feel about food, in the moment and in context; it is meditating upon the sources of your food and the effects of its production.
These five recipes are as easy as they are delicious.
I grew up in the Andy Warhol generation of tomato soup. Not only did it come from a can, but the can itself was worshiped. But recently I was trave...
We've got the story of how those delectable logs of goat cheese get made.
You can easily round out the turkey day traditional dishes with sides that accommodate a variety of dietary restrictions.
Before you decide whether to host for the first time or for the umpteenth time, grab a glass of wine and check out this flowchart first.
I'm a big fan of instant noodles but what I like even better is making my own versions to take to work.
Thankfully brunch is pretty easy because many brunch foods are easy to make from pantry staples. Few things are less expensive than pancakes. Flour, milk, egg, baking powder, a bit of oil and done. Cheap and oh so cheerful.
I've had a jar of pickled jalapenos in my pantry for a couple of months now and every time I open the door, there they are, eyeballing me.