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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Tsion Cafe; Where Ethiopia Meets Israel in Harlem

Tsion Cafe; Where Ethiopia Meets Israel in Harlem

When I read about Tsion Cafe, Beejhy Barhany’s cozy spot in Harlem, I wondered if the menu would link her journey from Ethiopia to NYC via Israel. Like so many immigrants’ stories, this chef’s personal history informs her cooking in plenty of delectable ways. While many dishes are distinctly Ethiopi...

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Molly Yeh’s Falafel Recipe Brings Brightness to January

Molly Yeh’s Falafel Recipe Brings Brightness to January

Taim means flavor but more specifically, YUMMMM. We use it when we take a bite and can only summon one word to express how utterly delicious that bite is. TAIM!

So it makes perfect sense that the best falafel in NYC is served at a place with a name that encapsulates how perfectly balanced, fried and...

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Spice up Chanukah with these Eggplant Pakoras

Spice up Chanukah with these Eggplant Pakoras

If latkes begin to look a little lackluster midway to Chanukah’s grand finale on the eighth night, you're not alone. Consider spicing up your holiday celebration with these fried Indian Eggplant Pakora from Shulie Madnick’s Food Wanderings.

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Gnudi with Wild Mushrooms

Gnudi with Wild Mushrooms

Thinking about the vegans and vegetarians at your Thanksgiving table yet?

We turned to Hannah Kaminsky, one of our favorite vegan food writers and blogger at Bittersweet, to see how she expresses her love for one of our favorite Autumn ingredients, wild mushrooms.

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Seasonal Snippet: Asian Pears & a Simple Salad of Contrasts

Seasonal Snippet: Asian Pears & a Simple Salad of Contrasts

Autumn is full of fun fruits we crave all year, from pomegranates and pumpkins to apples and figs. This fall, we've fallen hard for Asian Pears at our farmers' markets.

Often dubbed apple pears (only to add to the confusion…), Asian pears are the oldest cultivated pears known.

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Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Shop Local for this Sweet & Savory Carrot Mash

Shop Local for this Sweet & Savory Carrot Mash

If you've seen the mounds of deep yellow, imperial purple and sunny orange carrots at your farmers' market this autumn you may already be hooked on experimenting with these charming rainbow hued roots.

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Seasonal Snippet: All about Blueberries & How to Freeze ’em for Another Season

Seasonal Snippet:  All about Blueberries & How to Freeze ’em for Another Season

Blueberries are one the most prized gems of summertime, and they have their own little crowns to prove it. Don’t let their humble size fool you – they are loaded with powerful antioxidants and sweet juiciness. Here’s what you need to know about these revered little blue jewels that rule in breakfast ...

Monday, July 25, 2016

Mexican Street Corn Makes the Party

Mexican Street Corn Makes the Party

Not to be corn-y, but we love celebrating summertime with friends & family with a Corn Roast Party. Our favorite take is Elote or Mexican Street Corn. It's so deliciously savory and sweet that your guests may not want anything more than corn for dinner.

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Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Make Your Own Taco Bowls for Lima Bean Succotash

Make Your Own Taco Bowls for Lima Bean Succotash

For a super easy and fun party food idea, we turned to vegan chef, Rachel Carr, for healthy and creative inspiration. We wanted low fat, healthy and easy ideas for a summer salad bowl nestled in tortillas like those we love from Del Campo Tortillas. Here's what Rachel shared with us about this irresistibl...

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Roasted Fruit Sparks Winter Salads

Roasted Fruit Sparks Winter Salads

Recipe and photo courtesy of Robin Selden for Maria Selden Catering and Event Planning Remember the first time you grilled those peak-of-season, local peaches and were blown away by how much sweeter and more nuanced they tasted? Now imagine roasting winter fruits that seem, well, less exciting. By a lot. ...