Top 5 Things to Make with Yogurt in the Summer


Anyone who has walked down the dairy aisle recently has witnessed yogurt's ascendance. What was once a paltry selection of a few fruit flavors plus some nonfat options has morphed into a well-marketed superfood. "It's very much on the radar in a way it wasn't ten years ago," says Cheryl Sternman Rule, author of Yogurt Culture. "Yogurt has taken over the dairy case."


And for good reason. Yogurt is a staple of myriad world cuisines—Greek, Indian, Pakistani, Turkish—and it's extremely healthy in ways both well-established (as a source of protein and calcium) and still emerging (as a source of healthy bacteria in our microbiomes). It's also delicious, particularly in summer, when its cool, creamy tang... Read more >

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10 Ways to Cook Kale Without Making Kale Salad

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Though it's hard to remember, there was a time when few of us had heard of kale salad. Back in those gastronomically prehistoric days, kale was, in fact, occasionally consumed in cooked form. And it was still delicious. If you've maxed out on raw greens, here are some alternative ways to prepare this celebrated superfood:


1. Serve it Greek-style: blanched, squeezed, chopped, and doused with olive oil and lemon juice. Top with a handful of crumbled feta: you won't regret it.


2. Throw it into a tangy, garlicky pasta sauce.


3. Add kale and other greens to a hearty, phenomenal, bean purée–thickened minestrone soup.


4. Blend it into a ... Read more >

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Recipe Roundup: Thanksgiving Leftovers

turkey sandwich We had so much fun last year coming up with ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers that we thought we’d revisit the topic with a list of some of the best leftover-loving recipes out there. David Chang’s Soy-Braised Turkey, Mashed Potato Spring Rolls, Spicy Brussels Sprouts with Mint [F&W] Indian-Spiced Turkey Lentil Soup, Cranberry-

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