With the summer heating up everywhere, it’s a good time to start preparing dishes that are cooling and delicious as well. Adding watermelon to panzanella, a classic Italian salad, kicks the kid-friendliness...Read More »
“Who is buying this stuff?” I always wonder when I pass by one of the wine aisles at a certain 24-hour supermarket. Past aisles of everyday wine and not far from a display of pet flea and tick...Read More »
Buying in season means that you’re going to find your produce at its best, whether you’re making a trip to the grocery store or to the local farmer’s market. So, what’s in season...Read More »
I’ve always been told that this is a vice, that alcohol is not good for you and has no nutritional benefits. But I beg to differ, especially since you can use wine to deep condition your hair, smooth...Read More »
During a recent trip to the grocery store I stumbled upon a package of pre-cut butternut squash, which to me was very exciting because, firstly, butternut squash is extremely difficult to peel and cut,...Read More »
Since spring is almost here, can Easter be far behind? Or is it the other way around? Either way, the two are as entwined as roses and Valentine’s Day, as Halloween and pumpkins, as winter and Christmas.
What’s...Read More »
When it comes to wine pairing, salads can be tricky: a salad that’s dressed with something tart can knock out the flavor of the wine you’re trying to enjoy.
We’ve always been told that...Read More »
As our New Year emerges the world welcomes a fresh start, usually with hopes of a new beginning with some luck thrown into the mix. The practice of welcoming a new cycle in the calendar is probably one...Read More »
For about 1/3 of Americans that are considered obese and the others just shy of that category, the holidays represent a very real threat to maintaining good health.
But the holiday season doesn’t...Read More »