March 2009

A new update to an old favorite: it’s the 5th edition of Environmental Working Group’s classic href="http://www.foodnews.org/" target="_blank">Shopper’s Guide to Pesticides

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So far, this year has been the year of the href="/roast_chicken" target="_blank">roast chicken. But, before you grow tired of this subject

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This recipe was inspired by the famed San Francisco restaurant Zuni Cafe. You can use individual small, young chickens, a.k.a. poussins, or a smaller whole chicken. The delicious bread salad makes this a wonderful meal. Serves 6 Fail-Proof Roast Chicken 1 crusty baguette 3 Tbls. dried currants 1 tsp. red wine vinegar 3 Tbls. pine […]

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When it comes to food, we are willing to pay more for higher quality, but not without thought. We truly appreciate the better taste in slow-reared, artisan-produced,

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Serves 4-6 1 lb. asparagus 1 lg. bunch arugula, washed and trimmed good olive oil 1 large lemon Parmigiano Reggiano Fresh Bufala Mozzarella Trim asparagus and cook in salted boiling water for about 5 minutes. Drain. In a large bowl toss asparagus and arugula with a good glug of olive oil, lemon juice, salt and […]

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Welsh Rarebit (a.k.a. Welsh Rabbit) is a traditional British dish consisting of melted cheese, beer and spices. It is perfect for post-partying wee hours when you�re craving

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Adapted from Tasty: Get Great Food on the Table Everyday by notable food editor Roy Finamore. This is a wonderful way to cook carrots — the slow-cooking leaves them tender and full of flavor. Serves 6 1 1/2 lb. carrots, peeled and cut into thin coins 1 c. orange juice 4 Tbls. unsalted butter Salt […]

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Taste Better Butter

March 16, 2009

On St. Patrick’s Day, what hits the spot for us is a Guinness, corned beef, and some warm soda bread with Irish butter.

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Some favorite salad greens are the easiest plants to grow and don�t need a lot of space

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Slow Thinking

March 12, 2009

We recently heard a story about an organic dairy farmer who turned to his customers for help with financing

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