New Recipes This Week: Tarte Flambée, Mango Pudding, Grilled Potato Salad

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Jul 18, 2014 3:00 pm

This week is all about peak of the summer produce presented in delightful, easy, occasionally flashy and always delicious ways. Don't bring tuna pasta salad to that picnic. Just don't. There are exotic deviled eggs, way better grain and potato salads and flavor-packed dips and sandwiches in this world. Pack a feast you can be truly proud of.

10 Things We Learned During Tomato Week

Heirlooms, imports, cherries, ketchup and Instagram
Jul 13, 2014 10:00 am

We're now totally equipped to handle the rest of the hot weather bounty. No mozzarella is safe, hide your Early Girls. Tomato Week was a huge success. After celebrating one of our favorite treats of the year for seven straight days, we thought we'd share a few of our favorite nuggets of knowledge from this very enlightening, lycopene-filled week of the ripe, juicy summer tomatoes we'd been looking forward to all year.

New Recipes This Week: Tomatoes, Tomatoes And More Tomatoes!

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Jul 10, 2014 5:45 pm

Well that was a super-fun week filled with none other than tomatoes! We've been waiting since November (at least) for those delightful little summer treats to rear their plump, juicy heads and the wait, while interminable, was totally worth it. We cooked up a storm, left some of the storm raw and most importantly, ate a bunch of tomatoes right off the vine, as nature intended. Enjoy this week's new recipes!

New Recipes This Week: Cachaça Grilled Chicken, Provoleta, Rice Noodle Salad

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Jun 27, 2014 3:00 pm

If you're grilling light, we have chicken and fish recipes you're going to love, provided you haven't finished all the cachaça during your epic World Cup celebrations. If you think you like that sweet spirit, wait til you see how much poultry does. Okra's in season, so toss that in the deep-fryer. Hey, we grilled a whole fish, which is very healthy. We'll take a little fried okra and maybe one or two White Russians made with homemade Kahlua as a treat. Enjoy this week's new recipes!

8 Savory Egg Dishes Off The Beaten Path

Get it? Eggs off the beaten path? Now make brunch.
Jun 21, 2014 12:01 pm

Don't just scramble an egg because it's easy. Scramble it because Nobu's scrambled egg donburi demands it. Don't just make an omelet because you know how. Make one because you also fried tofu for an omelet banh mi. Today, we bring you 8 delicious egg dishes off the beaten path. And sure that's a good egg joke, but let's get serious for a second. It's your weekend morning. Are you really just going to commemorate this occasion with a couple of over easies? 

New Recipes This Week: Chicken Banh Mi, Olive Oil Gelato, Escargot

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Jun 20, 2014 3:00 pm

When the hot, hot weather hits, you have two choices: lighten up (as in don't eat these) or go spicy because spicy food cools you down. We obviously chose both — two delicious vegan recipes for tofu, a fiery hot cumin lamb stir fry and a jalapeño-spiked Vietnamese chicken banh mi sandwich. The Spanish olives have a chili kick, too. Too much? We whipped up a vanilla gelato that will soothe the burn. Enjoy this week's new recipes. 

13 Cocktails To Make For World Cup Viewing

Create these easy drinks from around the globe
Jun 20, 2014 1:30 pm

Whether your spirit of choice is cachaça or whiskey; tequila or gin, we've got you covered here with 13 of our favorite easy-to-make drinks from around the globe. These concoctions are sure to have you jumping off the couch and yelling, "GOL!" in no time.

So, NOW You Are Really Excited About The World Cup. Here's How To Eat Well.

Tournament recap and recipes, right this way
Jun 17, 2014 4:00 pm

If there’s one thing that just might excite us more than the matches of the World Cup, it’s the incredible array of local cuisine available in the host country. From feijoada to coxinha, Brazilian food has never been more popular on a global stage. In honor of the opening week of the tournament, we’ve rounded up our World Cup coverage, as well as some of our favorite Brazilian recipes.


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