Pickle juice isn't just for preserving pickles! The briny, acidic liquid can do wonders in all sorts of preparations, including those for spreads and dips.
Whenever I'm preparing fresh broccoli I try to incorporate the stalks into the recipe. They're perfectly edible and nutritious and using the florets and stalks
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
Often dumped, but oh-so-useful, that thick liquid in your canned chickpeas can be a kitchen super hero. It's called aquafaba and can do magic tricks like
I love cozy, mushy dishes. Especially the hot and savory kind. If mashed potatoes, grits, or even a nice risotto or stuffing are on offer, I may very well skip
Today's flexipe is inspired by Bettina Stern, co-founder of Chaia, a DC restaurant that channels vegetable love into taco form. One way Chaia keeps operations
Banana bread is a great “solution” to the “problem” of overripe bananas (and here’s our absolute favorite recipe). But what if you don’t have the time for all
Oh, look, it’s a simple, flavorful, easy, healthy side dish that’s basically free! This latest installment of our occasional series on Stacy and Emily
When I first started feeding my baby purees, I was prepared for food to be wasted. I imagined it smeared all over his face, his hands, the high chair, the
When we last left Stacy and Emily Cloyd, they had made a delightful salad from the abundant leaves of their monster farmers market cauliflower. But the salad
Here’s a fun fact—the leaves that cradle a cauliflower head grow so big that farmers use them as built-in sun shades, tying them, ponytail-like, over the heads.
Today we’re excited to share this guest post from Boston couple Ben Jamieson and Sarah Glinski, whose pandemic accomplishments include baking sourdough bread
Eating the last pickle doesn’t mean your pickle jar is empty! Consider: pickle juice. The brine is salty, acidic, complex, and sometimes even comes with herbs
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Lesley L. of Providence, Rhode Island, reports that concern about access to vegetables led her to reevaluate stems, seeds and
What you see/experience: An apple with an icky, sandy texture; it’s mealy. What it is: A mealy apple! It's been stored for a while and lost some of its moisture
Overwhelmed with holiday cookies? Did your latest baking experiment yield less than amazing results? Contemplating some store-bought cookies on the verge of