Passover is a holiday about many things: rebirth, escaping the oppressor, welcoming the stranger. And also wine. It’s a lot about wine. If observing the
Five ways to use citrus peels in desserts
We've previously written about how to candy citrus peels. It's an easy, delicious, low-waste and extraordinarily inexpensive way to make a fancy treat.
Savory recipes using orange peel
Around every orange is a flavor-packed secret ingredient just waiting to shine: the peel! Peels are great in sweet dishes, like these candied citrus peels, but
You say mango pit? I say, let’s jam
Mangos are easily my favorite fruit to eat, and one of my least favorite to cut up. Despite myriad “hacks” offered on the internet, every technique seems to
Don’t toss citrus peels! Candy them!
The first time you make candied citrus peels, you might feel like you’re somehow cheating. After all, these gummy-bear-like candies cost pennies to make, but
Strawberry tops keep things saucy
Today, I'm excited to share a guest post from Jonathan Deutsch of Drexel University. Deutsch, a professor of culinary arts, founded the Drexel Food Lab, which
Papaya seeds are great in salad dressing!
I love papaya and can’t believe it took me this long to learn that the seeds are edible! When raw, they’re peppery with a texture somewhere between a
Shrubs: Why I hoard apple cores in the freezer
I still remember my first sip of that strange drink called shrub. It was refreshing, perfectly fruity, sweet, but not cloying; it had a little bit of a