From Waste to Great Taste, food waste
November-December 2016

From Waste to Great Taste

Stalks, stems, peels and rinds don’t get much love in the kitchen, but many of these so-called food “scraps” offer nutrition and flavor. As you prepare holiday meals and host celebrations, take note of these

9 Super Seeds Are Small but Mighty
July-August 2016

9 Super Seeds Are Small but Mighty

At the forefront of the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans are recommendations to focus on varied proteins and heart-healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. Seeds provide all three of these nutrients and are plant-based sources of

Citrus Juicers Make an Appeal
March-April 2016

Citrus Juicers Make an Appeal

Although the cultivation of citrus fruit began more than 4,000 years ago, the oldest known citrus juicers were discovered in Kütahya, Turkey, in the early 18th century. Made of ceramic pottery and exquisitely detailed with

Why We Love Lentils
November-December 2015

Why We Love Lentils

With a history rooted in the Bible and the writings of Hippocrates, lentils have maintained prominence in Middle Eastern and Indian cuisine since their cultivation 8,500 years ago. A member of the legume family, lentils

Today's Look at Yesterday's Deli
November-December 2015

Today’s Look at Yesterday’s Deli

Move over, fried chicken strips, mayo-laden potato salad and overstuffed meat sandwiches. Today's supermarket deli food offerings are an improved trifecta of taste, variety and nutrition. Alongside traditional deli meats and cheeses in the "prepared