Toolkit: Knives

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To be a really great chef, you need some schooling and a bit of experience and a certain creative spirit, etc. We can’t all do that, but we can make sure we have the best tools to make cookin’ a little easier. You’ll be much better off with three good-quality knives: a 12-inch chopping knife, a 12-inch serrated carving knife and … Read More

Eat Yer Colors: They Can’t Be Beet!

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Color is critical in eating and cooking. Not only do you want to eat stuff that looks good, the more colorful it is the better it is for you. We know trends like ‘eat the rainbow’ often sound silly, but a rainbow plate packs a big, balanced nutritional punch (plus it’s pretty). Color is super important in cooking because when vegetables … Read More

Smashing!

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Mashing’s great–who doesn’t love mashed potatoes? This week we’ve got some great stuff that can be mashed and/or smashed. Smashing is essentially lazy mashing (still a bit chunky). So this is a perfect moment to get the kids involved!! Mashed vegetables bring their own sweetness and color to the party, which makes for a pretty dish and a nice break from the … Read More