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Brussels Sprouts With Pancetta, Garlic, Pinenuts And Blue Cheese + The Perfect Dinner Party

Authentic Suburban Gourmet | Posted 11.26.2012 | Taste
Authentic Suburban Gourmet

A good dinner party means clean plates, numerous wine glasses, and empty bottles of wine, laughter and lovely music. It is the kind of evening where everyone wants to linger and no one wants to say goodbye.

Simple Weeknight Meal: Pot Roasted Pork Loin With Vegetables And Figs

Jeannette Ordas | Posted 11.25.2012 | Taste
Jeannette Ordas

Now that the temperatures are getting cooler, it's time to think about heartier fare. This easy, porky, one-pot meal brimming with seasonal vegetables is just the ticket.

How To Roast Peppers

Laura Kumin | Posted 11.24.2012 | Taste
Laura Kumin

Why roast peppers? If you haven't had one, just try a home-roasted pepper and you'll understand how far superior it is to the stuff you buy in a jar at the grocery.

Kids More Likely To Eat Vegetables With Goofy Names, Study Says

The Huffington Post | Rachel Tepper | Posted 09.17.2012 | Food

Renaming fruits and vegetables with catchy, attractive monikers could more easily convince children to eat them, according to a new study. Research...

Simple Ratatouille Recipe

Caroline Phelps | Posted 11.10.2012 | Taste
Caroline Phelps

This ratatouille recipe takes no time prepare and requires only a few ingredients. It's a very simple and easy side dish that's comforting, and pairs well with almost anything.

Soda Tax or Free Fruits and Veggies?

Darrin Nordahl | Posted 11.07.2012 | Politics
Darrin Nordahl

For all its good intention, the soda tax will undoubtedly ignite a bitter debate. Why not try a more palatable policy, such as swapping out azaleas and petunias for apples and peas?

5 Ways To Add Avocado To Every Meal

Phoebe Lapine | Posted 10.29.2012 | Taste
Phoebe Lapine

Labor Day is as good a time as any to get your avocado on. Try one of these ideas as part of your BBQ spread, or keep them in your back pocket for back to school season.

Psychological Theory May Explain Why Guys Shun Vegetables

Posted 08.25.2012 | Science

By: Karen Rowan, MyHealthNewsDaily Managing Editor Published: 08/24/2012 12:39 PM EDT on MyHealthNewsDaily Men are much less likely to eat their ...

9 New Ways To Use Summer Produce

Food52 | Posted 10.21.2012 | Taste
Food52

You're starting to resent those plump, ripe specimens at the market, on your counter. We're here to show you how to embrace them again.

9 New Ways To Use Zucchini

Food52 | Posted 10.20.2012 | Taste
Food52

Here are 9 new ways to use zucchini and summer squash, to make that gigantic pile feel exciting, inspiring, and new again.

Dr. Oz's Five Favorite Foods (WATCH)

Posted 08.21.2013 | MarloThomas

Emmy Award-winning doctor, television host and author Dr. Oz discussed his favorite foods for healthy eating when he joined me on Mondays With Marlo. ...

Kitchen Ninja: A Hack For Slicing Cherry Tomatoes

Food52 | Posted 10.10.2012 | Taste
Food52

Here's a quick tip for halving handfuls of cherry tomatoes at a time, using a few things you probably have lying around your kitchen.

10 Farmer's Market Rules To Swear By

Bon Appetit | Posted 09.29.2012 | Taste
Bon Appetit

Now that just about every town boasts a market, it's a good time to clarify some guidelines.

Healthy Eating Tips For A Big Family On A Small Budget, From Joy Bauer (WATCH)

Posted 08.21.2013 | MarloThomas

Is it possible for a family of four to eat healthy on a tight budget? Health and nutrition expert Joy Bauer taught me some surprising methods for savi...

How To Start Eating Healthy In Midlife, From Joy Bauer (WATCH)

Posted 08.21.2013 | MarloThomas

Is it too late to start eating healthy when you are middle-aged? Health and nutrition expert Joy Bauer taught me about improving eating habits in mid...

Easy Hot Sauce For 4th Of July Celebrations

The Splendid Table | Posted 09.01.2012 | Taste
The Splendid Table

This dipping sauce is as simple as it gets. Nippy and bright, Hot Shot Sauce is especially fine with sweet things like grilled yams, onions, corn, ripe melon, spring rolls and BBQ.

Heirloom Boom

Sierra | Posted 08.29.2012 | Green
Sierra

Seed Savers has blossomed into a 13,000-member nonprofit whose mission is to preserve and spread heirloom (nonhybrid, that is) vegetables, fruits, herbs, and flowers by exchanging and selling seeds.

WTF, CSA?: What To Do With Dandelion Greens

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Orchant | Posted 07.18.2013 | Taste

Don't let these bitter greens throw you for a loop, they prove that even weeds can be delicious.

Eating Is Dangerous

Dr. Cheryl Pappas | Posted 08.21.2012 | Green
Dr. Cheryl Pappas

Is it better to be ignorant and eat toxic foods or is it better to spend a lifetime reading ingredients on packages and asking where meat and fish were born, and what their astrological signs are?

Ten Best Veggies for the Grill

Mary Ann Esposito | Posted 08.11.2012 | Food
Mary Ann Esposito

The best veggies for the grill are those that stay put on the grill grate, need minimal fussing -- just a light olive oil spray -- and whose flavor is enhanced by grilling.

Vegetable Abundance

Christina Pirello | Posted 08.06.2012 | Food
Christina Pirello

The day I met Julia Child was amazing and I was just a little star-struck. "So all you eat are vegetables?" she asked, genuinely interested and perplexed.

7 Gorgeous Spring Pea Recipes

Food52 | Posted 08.31.2012 | Taste
Food52

Each part of the pea plant -- the tiny peas themselves, their shoots, even their pods (which can be simmered to make a broth) -- tastes of the sweet, sunny days of spring.

Cardoons: In Season Now

YumSugar | Camilla Salem | Posted 08.31.2012 | Taste

I grew up eating cardoons, or cardoni, every Spring; my grandmother would braise them, and I was always so fond of their artichokelike flavor. Because...

Creamy Mustard Roasted Red Snapper

Marilinda Hodgdon | Posted 07.08.2012 | Food
Marilinda Hodgdon

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Don't Start a Veggie Garden to Save Money

Dan Allen | Posted 07.03.2012 | Food
Dan Allen

Saving money is a popular rationale for starting a vegetable garden at home. A commonly cited statistic suggests that home gardeners can expect a return of $8 worth of produce for each $1 they invest in seeds, starts, fertilizers and pest control.