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Our office is full of leafy green lovers and we are always on the prowl for new ways to prepare these nutritious dynamos. Wild About Greens , a new...
When I open a cookbook, I usually have some sort of intent, a hungry ambition so to speak. I’m either looking for a very specific recipe or at least a...
Here at Oldways we’ve been keeping tabs on the astonishing number of new books coming along that extoll the virtues of a plant-based diet. As we make...
Food inspires people in various ways. Sometimes it is a childhood memory, a single bite that takes you back to a specific moment, or recalling the...
Natasha Edwards could well be the perfect person to write a book about garlic. She grew up on Mersley Farm on the Isle of Wight, where her father...
I arrived in my office Monday morning and was given the task of baking cookies. (Yes, I have an awesome job.) These weren’t just any cookies though;...
Toni Tipton-Martin is a woman who wears many hats: Culinary historian; long-time journalist; food activist; chef; cookbook author; nutrition educator...
Kitchen Confidence is something that so many of us want – the ability to walk into the kitchen, strap on that apron and creative cap, and whip up a...
Fourteen years ago, a colleague handed me a copy of Jeanne Lemlin ’s Simple Vegetarian Pleasures. I took it home and pretty much cooked my way...
Dr. Andrew Weil is a renowned leader in the field of integrative medicine, a healing-oriented practice that takes account of the whole person (body,...
In just 16 days we will all be sitting around tables large or small, celebrating Thanksgiving. Like thrift store shopping and living with dogs, this...
The books made me do it. In 1975, I bought a copy of The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever , by Natalie Haughton, and soon after, acquired a slow cooker...

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