Spaghetti Squash, A Most Versatile Food

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Spaghetti squash can be baked, boiled, steamed, and/or microwaved. You can serve with sauce or butter it up. It is all the rage as a no carb substitute for spaghetti. Don’t forget the seeds, which can be roasted just like pumpkin seeds. Plus, it is packed with nutrients and low on calories (about 42 calories a cup). Spaghetti squash flavor is mild…okay sorta … Read More

Signs of Spring

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Finally, the asparagus has arrived! A springtime favorite, asparagus graces us with its presence for a quick two months so we’ve got to get it while the gettin’s good. Everyone is familiar with it, but some of us may be cooking it not quite right. Did you know asparagus can be eaten raw? It’s great! Some tips for cooking up … Read More

Maillard and Kipfel

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In researching roasting, it was revealed that a reaction known as Maillard is at the root. Maillard is a chemical reaction that gives roasted food its flavor. When food is roasted, hundreds of different flavor compounds are created. And in turn, each food has its own distinctive set of flavor compounds. As you can see in this chart (click to see … Read More