What We're Reading: October 13, 2015


The science and magic of the soufflé’s rise and fall. [NYT


Does a bowl of oatmeal a day keep the doctor away? [The Kitchn


Mushrooms could be our best bet for saving the bees. [NPR


Get sweet on the potential of muscovado sugar. [Food52


Gooey, decadent recipes for the cheesehead in all of us. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: October 7, 2015


Learn JBF Award winner Jacques Pepin's secret for incredible eggs from the master of eggs himself. Pro tip: don't skimp on the cream or butter.  [Saveur]


Up close and personal with top European chefs: take a peek into the secrets that lurk in the depths of their home refrigerators. [Bon Appétit]


Aluminum foil isn't just for leftovers or grilling: here are some tips for getting the most out of your roll. [Tasting Table]... Read more >

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What We're Reading: September 24, 2014


For the Goldilocks in all of us: an in-depth guide to oatmeal. [The Kitchn


Turns out that gut bacteria might also be impacting your brain. [The Atlantic


A new cookbook highlights the role of women in Mexican cooking. [NYT


Poultry companies are switching from controversial antibiotics to probiotics for their chickens. [... Read more >

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Recipe Roundup: March 7, 2013

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What are your weekend cooking plans? Here are the recipes we're eyeing to cure a case of the winter-that-just-won't-quit blues.


Blood Orange Margaritas [Smitten Kitchen]

This brilliantly hued, sweet-tart cocktail is an enticing alternative to hiding under the covers until spring.


Bulgur Maple Porridge [NYT]

There's only so much oatmeal a person can eat. A warm, nutty porridge of lightly sweetened bulgur topped with nuts and dried fruit is a welcome substitute.


Irish Lamb Stew [Simply Recipes]

For a slightly simpler preparation and meltingly tender results, ask your butcher to de-bone a leg of lamb and chop it into... Read more >

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