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Meal In A Bowl

Meal In A Bowl

Eating well just got easier. Use one or more ingredients from each of the five categories. Stick with one international flavor profile. Find a sauce in your market’s global-foods section: ssamjang, chutney, hot sauce, salsa, pesto, chimichurri, romesco, aioli, tahini, or peanut sauce. Save money by using leftovers. Save time by using prechopped fresh vegetables. […]

Root Vegetables

Root Vegetables

This fall Tiny New York Kitchen celebrates sweet parsnips, earthy beets, and mild turnips. These root vegetables offer flavor, nutrition, and versatility. Look for root vegetables that are firm to the touch with smooth, blemish-free skin. If there are any greens attached, make sure they look fresh, not wilted. Before storing parsnips, beets, and turnips, […]

How To Roast Chicken

How To Roast Chicken

Pulling a tender, juicy roast chicken with crisp, golden brown skin out of the oven is so rewarding. For a simple side, roast a pan of in-season produce like spring onions, ramps, new potatoes or carrots during the last 20 minutes of cooking. INGREDIENTS 1 Whole Chicken (4 Pound) 1 Teaspoon Sea Salt 1/2 Teaspoon […]

Ways To Use The Whole Vegetable

Ways To Use The Whole Vegetable

Use The Leaves The leafy green stems of beets or radishes make a tasty side dish when sautéed with garlic and olive oil. Try blending carrot greens with olive oil, Parmesan cheese, and a squeeze of lemon for a tasty pesto. Slice The Stems Broccoli stalks are the perfect size for spiralizing and make a […]

Carrots

Carrots

The orange carrot we know and love today came originally from Holland, but up until the Middle Ages, all carrots were purple. Gardeners often delight in such oddities, but you will be very lucky to find any purple specimens available in stores or supermarkets. Carrots contain large amounts of carotene and vitamin A, along with […]

September

September

September September is a wonderful time for enjoying the beautiful array at local farmers’ markets. September is a delightful time for gathering ingredients that will showcase fleeting flavors of summer. A walk among colorful baskets filled with fresh produce is incredibly inspiration. Blazing scarlet tomatoes, sun-sweetened and fattened from their time on the vine, are […]

5 Ways To Use A Vegetable Peeler

5 Ways To Use A Vegetable Peeler

5 Ways To Use A Vegetable Peeler The humble vegetable peeler has hidden talents. Easily Peel Fruit: To peel soft fruits and vegetables, like tomatoes and peaches, you usually have to briefly dunk them into boiling water. Using a good vegetable peeler is so much easier and faster. Look for peelers with serrated blades for […]

Everything From Apple Sauce To Tzimmes!

Everything From Apple Sauce To Tzimmes!

Everything From Apple Sauce To Tzimmes! For a Sensational Seder you’ll want to have these traditional Passover dishes on hand. Coconut Macaroons (You’ll Go Coco-Loco For Coconut Macaroons!) Haroseth (For A Sweet Seder) Matzo Ball Soup (Keep Your Eye On the Matzo Ball) Potato Kugel (When Life Gives You Potatoes, Have Kugel) Apple Sauce (Passover’s […]

Passover Menu Ideas

Passover Menu Ideas

Passover Menu Ideas If you’re wondering what to serve for Passover here are some handy menu ideas. Soups & Appetizers Matzo Ball Soup Matzo Balls Chopped Chicken Liver Side Dishes Quinoa Salad (Avocado, Mandarin Oranges, Toasted Walnuts, Citrus Vinaigrette) Spiced Applesauce Potato Kugel Potato, Carrot & Prune Tzimmes Walnut, Fig & Apple Haroset Potato Latkes […]

Slim Sandwiches

Slim Sandwiches

A sandwich doesn’t have to be full of fat and calories. Replace high-fat mayonnaise with one of the reduced-fat varieties. You may want to stir in some chopped fresh herbs into reduced-fat mayonnaise for a flavor boost.  You may also want to hold the mayo and spread your bread with mustard, as mustard is naturally […]