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- The Chef’s Take: Kabocha Squash Soup from The Fat RadishThe Fat Radish, which opened in 2010, is one of those perfect New York City restaurants. The uncomplicated, slightly British, vegetable-focused menu traces the seasons with local as its mantra. The design is that effortless combination of reclaimed barnyard and weathered industrial chic. The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming. And the folks in the seatsRead […]
- Winter Squash, Three Delicious WaysSoon winter squash of all shapes and sizes — from butternut and kabocha to acorn and delicata — will fill farm stands and grocery stores. Their sweet flesh is delicious when simply prepared by steaming or roasting. Here are three recipes using those simple methods with a few different flavorings you may not have tried.Read […]
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- Football Sunday? Try These Healthy Tailgating SnacksGet your game-day buzz on with these winning tailgating snack recipes. They’ll get everyone in the team spirit — and you’ll score points ’cause they’re good for you, too. Buffalo Cauliflower with Blue Cheese Sauce Have your creamy blue cheese sauce and eat it, too. Swap in buffalo cauliflower for the usual wings and withRead […]
- 5 Kitchen Habits to Break (Let’s Get Some Food Safety Up in Here)We often think those small bad habits in the kitchen are no big deal. But it’s the little things that can lead to food-borne illness. In honor of Food Safety Month (September!), here are five less-than-squeaky-clean practices worth quitting. The Habit: reusing grocery bags A survey conducted by the Home Food Safety program found that 85 percent of AmericansRead […]
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