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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What We're Reading: July 20, 2015

 

One NYC restaurateur wants you to give spaghetti-in-a-cone a twirl. [Gothamist

 

Stop wasting money on chicken cutlets and break down the meat yourself. [Serious Eats

 

How corn grew from fuel for slaves to the cornerstone of the American diet. [WaPo

 

Dig a spoon into the terroir of yogurt. [NPR

 

Meet mofongo, the unofficial food of Puerto Rico. [Bon Appétit

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What We're Reading: February 4, 2015

 

Leggo that Eggo and dig into the history of the Belgian waffle. [HuffPo

 

Save yourself from a sad desk lunch by improving your sandwich construction. [Food52

 

A new restaurant in NYC is offering the little-known Acadian cuisine. [Fork in the Road

 

Does this yogurt go with my shoes? Yoplait unleashes a line of designer-styled cups. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: October 20, 2014

 

A handy visual guide to fall apples for your ciders, sauces, and pies. [HuffPo

 

The “Hey Chef” series proves that curry powder isn’t just for vindaloo. [Serious Eats

 

There may be something besides pumpkin in that can of purée. [The Kitchn

 

Small batch, artisanal producers are changing the way we think about fake meat. [... Read more >

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What We're Reading: July 17, 2014

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Salt and vinegar, barbecue, and … cappuccino? Lay’s offers up new consumer-created flavors. [Food Beast

 

One man’s quest for the nation's best ballpark hot dog. [Smithsonian

 

The latest yogurt innovation: buffalo milk. [The Globe and Mail

 

Dip into some nut butter trivia. [Food Republic

 

Why do we refrigerate our eggs? [ABC

 

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