Save the Bees

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Did you know that bees are the prime pollinators of one-third of all crops worldwide, from wheat to tomatillos? Scientists estimate that honeybees’ pollination services are worth upwards of $15 billion a year. However, scientists have noted a decline in the bee population as a result of poor health. Here’s how you can help: wild flowers! Honeybees need varied diets just like … Read More

The Secret to Success: Slice

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In the kitchen, tricks and tools are totally helpful (and totally necessary) to get meals on the table fast. You don’t have to sacrifice quality prepping to get your cooking done quickly, rather you just need to cook smarter. Because of this, we can’t say enough about the mandoline! It can slice all your veggies a bunch of different ways … Read More

We’re Cookin’ Soups!

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We can’t wait for 2015, especially for that first beautiful month of January. Why? Because we’ve decided this month you will learn to cook! This week we want to focus on soups, because it’s gonna get cold people, and soups are too easy and perfect to warm you up. Here’s what you’ll need: a blender (we especially love immersion blenders). … Read More

Japanese Eggplant, the Long & Slim of it

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Japanese Eggplant is a long, slim variety with thin skin, minimal seeds and a delicate flavor. This fruit (did you know it’s a fruit?) is one of the best varieties for grilling. Check below section for NY Times grill tips (they really report on everything). Here’s a funky recipe we stumbled upon inspired by Filipino cuisine: Slices Dipped in Egg. As always, recipes … Read More