Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs founded Food 52, a crowdsourced cooking project that consists of a recipe sharing website, recipe contests, and (eventually) a cookbook to be published by HarperCollins.
July 1st, 2011 · Click here to add a comment · cooking
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May 14th, 2011 · Click here to add a comment · cooking, FYI
Guidance from food blog food52, shows how you can get 3 meals, starting by roasting a chicken, beautifully illustrated with photos. Food52 is written by New York Times food reporter Amanda Hesser, co-author of The Essential New York Times Cookbook and her co-author Merrill Stubbs, who is food editor at Herb Quarterly. Herb Quarterly? These [...]
January 3rd, 2011 · Click here to add a comment · farmer, FYI
…while food is a necessity that we all share for survival, it’s also a cultural bellwether. Taking control of our food – knowing where it comes from, selecting it and cooking it ourselves – makes us more thoughtful. Sitting down to a meal and eating with those we care about instead of standing over the [...]
November 11th, 2010 · Click here to add a comment · FYI
How much food do we throw away? We all know restaurants and commercial kitchens throw away tons of good food, literally. But what about homes? It’s not a pretty picture. Read this New York Times blog post. According to Jonathan Bloom, author of American Wasteland, How America Throws Away Nearly Half of its Food, a [...]
September 24th, 2010 · Click here to add a comment · FYI
The Diane Rehm Show on NPR recently had a discussion by experts on both sides of the issue of genetically engineered salmon. Very good interview reveals and discusses all the issues and implications on both sides. Listen (or get a transcript) here: The Pros and Cons of Genetically Altered Salmon.
July 22nd, 2009 · Click to read comment · Pam
July 22, 2009: This week’s featured fruits and vegetables are: Sweet corn, kale, potatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, onions, carrots, and beets with tops. CSA Customer Service: Isn’t it great when your farmer has a face – and an open email box? If you ever have any questions about the condition of your produce, you should feel [...]
June 3rd, 2009 · Click here to add a comment · Jen
June 3, 2009 – This week’s featured fruits and vegetables are snow or snap peas, strawberries, Spring onions, collards or kale, salad mix, maybe some mushrooms, most likely some rhubarb (but not such a huge bunch of it this time) and herbs. Recipes: Stir-Fries and Scallions and Collards, Oh My For me, this week’s box [...]