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Root Vegetable Tagine Recipe

By Joanne Bruno | November 5, 2012

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Photo: Joanne Bruno

In addition to stocking up on necessities such as peanut butter and chocolate chips, I prepared for Hurricane Sandy by cooking up as much comfort food as I could before the storm hit. Warm loaves of bread, chili, loads of pasta, and this tagine.

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Curried Cauliflower and Carrot Soup Recipe

By Aine Carlin | November 14, 2011

cauliflower and carrot soup

Soups are my go-to meal. If in doubt, I get the blender out and know that a nutritious, delicious meal is a mere blitz away. Well, there may be a little more involved than blitzing some vegetables, but none the less it remains a fairly painless process. I welcome meals that require little to no effort but still deliver when it comes to flavor and soups do this better than any dish I know of. Read More

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Stewp Recipe

By Linda Wagner | September 28, 2011

Photo: Linda Wagner

Photo: Linda Wagner

After a long weekend it’s back to a busy work week. I always try to get right back on the healthy eating train by immediately going to the grocery store to stock up on lots of fresh produce, fruits, veggies and other essentials.   Then I’ll make large quantities of healthy dishes for the week.  This week I’m coming back to a jam-packed schedule. Since my flight got in last night at midnight, I had very little time to prepare. I had to be inventive and use whatever I had left in the fridge. It’s times like these that are perfect for stewp!  One of my dear friends came up with the name and I just love it! Of course it’s a dish that falls somewhere between soup and stew.

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Carrot Lemonade Recipe

By Linda Wagner | August 24, 2011

Photo: Linda Wagner

Photo: Linda Wagner


Everyone loves a nice tall glass of lemonade, especially on a hot summer day. After reading the latest issue of Better Homes & Gardens, I decided make my own version of the Carrot Lemonade they featured this month.   Read More

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Orange Glazed Carrots & Parsnips Recipe

By Arun Gupta | November 15, 2010

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Photo: Arun Gupta

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and I think everyone, especially those who care about food are starting to think about Thanksgiving dinner. Traditionally, there are several Thanksgiving staples that we tend to focus on when we think of the big dinner: turkey, stuffing, gravy, potatoes, cornbread, green beans, creamed onions, Brussels sprouts etc. Some families cook all of these things in fairly traditional ways while others cook some of these dishes and substitute for others while others, (especially in a city like New York) put their own multicultural twists on Thanksgiving fare.

Thanksgiving for me has always been about spending time with family and friends, hopefully enjoying a nice meal and then probably falling asleep somewhere warm, hours before I’m supposed to go to bed. Read More

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