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One thing I love about studying food is the insight that culinary traditions give you into history and culture. While researching the preparation for The Feast of the Seven Fishes, also know as The Vigil, which contains a unique way of preparing fish, I discovered a delicious recipe for Pasta with Sardines and Lemon Caper Sauce. This budget-friendly recipe is packed with flavor and uses only a few, high-quality ingredients. It’s the perfect dish for feeding and serving a crowd. more
The optimum way to save on fruits and vegetables is to buy when in season. They’ll be less expensive and at peak flavor. Keep this list to help you target the best deals this year. more
Nearly 50 percent of produce in the US is thrown away before it reaches your plate, according to USDA estimates. This waste not only affects the environment, it impacts shoppers’ wallets, as well. The average family of four discards $1,600 of food each year, according to a study published by the International Journal on Food System Dynamics. more
You may know Southwestern New Mexico for it’s million-acre forests and seemingly endless miles of desert, or perhaps you immediately think of Billy the Kid and hunting mule deer. But if you’re touring the Southwest and lack the inside scoop on where to dine, here are three deliciously wonderful restaurants that you’ll be glad you visited. more
The art of the roast is simple. Put a marshmallow on a stick and rotate slowly over coals just long enough to turn the white outside a toasty golden brown. But as all experienced marshmallow roasters know, one second too long and the caramelized crisp instantly turns charcoal black. Patience is the key, a good lesson for rookie roasters of any age. more
Greet the new year with a showy, wintry dessert. It’s a take on traditional baked Alaska that you may have enjoyed at a fancy restaurant. more
Cranberries are an integral part of many holiday feasts, but their nutritious tastiness is worth having year-round. Like many fruits, cranberries are high in fiber and vitamin C and low in calories and fat. more
As the nights lengthen and temperatures drop, it’s a time to embrace all the simple and cozy pleasures the season has to offer: Tailgating parties, fuzzy socks, hanging strings of lights to bring ambiance to those early evenings. more
Stress. No one wants it, but we all experience it from time to time. Higher levels of stress can cause problems at work and home. But stress is not just hard on your mental well-being; it is also … more
It's time to turn our thoughts to all the good things that come with the season, including the warm comfort food. A longtime cool-weather favorite is the classic grilled cheese sandwich in all its … more
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