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10 Easy Gluten-Free Appetizers

Light, simple gluten-free bites to start your meal
May 27, 2015 1:00 pm

Gluten-free dishes can be incredibly diverse, delicious and easy to throw together, not to mention a great way to lighten up your diet. Keep an open mind in the kitchen and you’ll be surprised how many exciting meals you can make without wheat. Ditch the bread and pasta, not the flavor, with these 10 appetizers to get the party started right.

Pappardelle With Salmon, Zucchini And Walnuts

Created in Nonna’s kitchen, devoured in yours!
May 27, 2015 12:00 pm
pappardelle with salmon, zucchini and walnuts recipe

If you truly love the kind of food only an Italian grandma could put on the table, you’ll need to hop a ferry to Staten Island and visit Enoteca Maria. The kitchen is staffed entirely by Italian grandmas. Restaurant founder Jody Scaravella’s new cookbook, Nonna’s House, is a collection of beloved recipes. This one is easy — a lovely pasta dish with bright salmon, fresh vegetables and herbs and a crunchy topping.

7 Urban Breweries To Visit Around America

Stops in NYC, Boston, Los Angeles, San Francisco
May 27, 2015 11:00 am

Craft breweries operating throughout the United States have forever altered the perception and reputation of American beer, and some breweries have altered their hometowns just as profoundly. As the summer travel season cranks into high gear, let us suggest a beer pilgrimage to one, or several, of these breweries located in urban centers across America. 

Drink Your Favorite Scottish Whisky From These Islay-Inspired Vessels

A Brooklyn potter collaborates with Bruichladdich
May 27, 2015 10:00 am

When a Brooklyn artist and a scotch producer join forces, the result is a collection of sophisticated, one-of-a-kind drinking vessels. 

Hugh Acheson Stokes Controversy With A Lunch Cooked With “Endangered Eats”

His pitch: You’ve got to eat them to save them
May 27, 2015 9:00 am

Hugh Acheson recently invited Atlanta diners to a special tasting luncheon at his Empire State South restaurant featuring endangered species on the menu. What he really served up was food for thought.

Summer’s On! Make This Lemony Lobster And Kelp Salad

Save that seaweed and shell some lobsters
May 26, 2015 3:00 pm
lobster and kelp salad

Best lobster roll in the city? Tough decision. New York slings a mean lobster roll. Among the meanest: Luke’s Lobster, a delightful urban shack that holds true to its Maine roots. Real Maine Food, a new cookbook by Luke’s Lobster owner Luke Holden and food writer Ben Conniff, showcases recipes by the folks who invented this briny summer treat. Folks who know a thing or two about kelp. 

With Listeria Hysteria Cooling Down, This Summer’s Ice Cream Looks Promising

Chin up, Blue Bell fans — other pints are out there
May 26, 2015 2:00 pm

The listeria scare is over. Treat yourself to some innovative ice cream concoctions in San Francisco, New York City, Japan and London. Most of these are alcohol-based, but isn’t that just the cherry on top?

How To Make Your Own Sauerkraut

Homemade kraut with just three magic ingredients
May 26, 2015 1:00 pm
how to make your own sauerkraut
Photo: Gabi Porter

All you need to make sauerkraut is cabbage, salt and time. Homemade sauerkraut is super tangy and surprisingly crunchy — it barely resembles the limp, vinegar-based supermarket kraut that most of us grew up with. Here's how to do it.

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