Home is Where the Cook Is: Brooklyn Supper

By Ashley Bode | January 6, 2014

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One of the best things about cooking is that anyone can do it. You don’t have to be a celebrity, a trained chef or a stay-at-home mom to understand the time, energy and dedication it takes to make delicious food.  Food has recently become a huge part of our pop-culture and with it the emergence of food blogs. One such blogger is Elizabeth Stark from Brooklyn Supper, who focuses on recipes that are both simple and seasonal. We caught up with Elizabeth and asked her about her life with food. Read More


The Basics of Making Your Own Jam

By admin | June 23, 2011

Photo: ryochiji on flickr

Photo: ryochiji on flickr

Learning how to can your own jams and preserves can be a fun and economical way to save your summer fruits and enjoy them for several months. By canning your own fruits, you know exactly what you are eating and you don’t have to worry about too much sugar or the unhealthy preservatives you might find in some store-bought jams.

If you want to try out canning for the first time, there are only a few things you’ll need and a few things to keep in mind. Read More


5 Homemade Graduation Gifts for the Food Lover

By mahir | May 30, 2011

Combine your favorite family recipes in a handmade cookbook for the graduate!

Combine your favorite family recipes in a handmade cookbook for the graduate!

It’s graduation season again! From a small gift to a new apartment to straight cash, there are a lot of really considerate presents to give a recent graduate. However, if you’re trying to stay on a budget, a very thoughtful and practical gift would be to give a food-loving graduate your favorite go-to recipes for when they’re living on their own. Here are some other great ideas for edible gifts for new graduates:  Read More


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Whether it’s finding the best goat tacos in LA, spotting a well-worn vintage bag in Sweden, or interviewing the “crab man” selling seafood on a corner in Harlem, we tell stories seen from Chef Marcus Samuelsson‘s point of view. MarcusSamuelsson.com strives to create conversations about food, nutrition, culture, art, and design. We want to find Read More


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