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Be Good to Your Heart on National Pistachio Day!

Science shows that pistachios boast a healthy serving of heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and they also contain phytochemicals that serve as antioxidants and lutein to further protect your heart.
Posted Fri., Feb. 24, 2017

Make a Great Choice on National Chili Day: Choose Pulses!

Why are pulses so great? They are rich in protein and fiber, high in vitamins and minerals and low in fat.
Posted Wed., Feb. 22, 2017

A New Take on an Old Favorite

The Lékué Duo springform pan represents a major departure from the typical aluminum type in that none of the pan is metal.
Posted Tue., Feb. 21, 2017

Stone Soup Vlog: Quick Pickles

In this monthly vlogging series, Stone Soup blogger Celestina Brunetti demonstrates recipes using ingredients featured in the most recent issue of Food & Nutrition magazine.
Posted Mon., Feb. 20, 2017
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For years, beets were near the top of the "most hated vegetables" list. But lately, these roots have enjoyed a resurgence and are perennial farmers market favorites.
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Kohlrabi, Apple and Shrimp Spring Rolls

Sweet and crunchy apple and kohlrabi balance the heat of a spicy dipping sauce.

Creamy Dutch Oven-baked Parmesan Risotto

Wow dinner party guests with this elegant vegetarian risotto topped with crispy broccolini, peppery arugula, toasted pine nuts and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
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Mallets and Pounders: Valuable Kitchen Tools for Meat, Poultry and More

What’s more therapeutic after a long, busy day than pouring a glass of wine and pounding out your aggressions with a mallet?

Beyond Recycling: The Three Rs of the Environment in the Kitchen

"Reduce, reuse, recycle." Often people focus their energy on the final word of this ecological trifecta — but the first two are just as important (if not more so)! Tackle waste in the kitchen with these tips.

How Dutch Ovens Do (Almost) All the Cooking for You

A classic enameled Dutch oven is considered by many to be the workhorse of the kitchen. On the stove or in the oven, use a Dutch oven to cook roasts, braises, soups, stews and casseroles, as well as any recipes that can be prepared in a conventional oven.

From Diet to Discipline: The Power of Yoga

When most people hear “yoga,” they think of the physical practice. But in fact, The Yoga Sutras contains only one verse about physical poses. Most teaching is devoted to understanding the mind and living a harmonious life.
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Understanding the Glycemic Index

After nearly 40 years, experts continue to debate the usefulness of this dietary measurement.

Decoding Food Label Claims: The Lowdown on Package Promises

These claims may seem like fluff meant to tempt consumers into buying products, but most food label declarations actually are tightly regulated.

How to Host a Twitter Chat

Looking to expand your reach on Twitter? Twitter chats are a great way to bring awareness to a cause, build your network and interact with others in your community.

Is Spirulina a Miracle Cure-all?

Arguably the “superfood” of the moment, spirulina is associated with a number of health claims, from curing allergies and candida to detoxifying the body and aiding in weight loss. Does this blue-green algae deliver, or is it all health hype?
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A New Take on an Old Favorite

A New Take on an Old Favorite

The Lékué Duo springform pan represents a major departure from the typical aluminum type in that none of the pan is metal.
A Kitchen Scale That Pulls Its Weight

A Kitchen Scale That Pulls Its Weight

This scale is big enough to weigh a melon, but also compact and lightweight. I found it very user friendly with a sleek design that produced accurate results.
A Whisk for Nearly Every Kitchen Occasion

A Whisk for Nearly Every Kitchen Occasion

The cost of these whisks is on the high end, but cheaply made whisks tend to break down quickly. And, with the Rösle lifetime guarantee, your batter making, crêpe flipping, egg whipping and hot chocolate days are secured.
An Elegant, Practical Roasting Pan

An Elegant, Practical Roasting Pan

You can get less expensive or larger pans, but this pan is just right for the cook who loves to roast.
Four Knives That Get the Culinary Job Done

Four Knives That Get the Culinary Job Done

Inspired by ancient Japanese sword-crafting traditions, Shun knives are handmade by highly skilled craftsmen, resulting in products that are both functional and beautiful.