October 27, 2012 All Italians are being urged to eat a special cheese and rice dish tonight to promote the revitalization of Emilio-Romagna, Italy's famous food production region, after the deadly earthquakes back in May destroyed factories and warehouses.
October 24, 2012 Eating offal isn't a fringe idea these days — fine-dining restaurants are serving nose-to-tail cuisine and charging a lot of money for it. But getting kids to eat blood pudding and beef hearts might take some salesmanship, and this spooky season can help.
October 17, 2012 During her childhood, says food writer Monica Bhide, the whistle of the pressure cooker always signaled that a comforting lentil dish would be on the dinner table. But you don't need a pressure cooker to make these protein-packed, flavorful dishes.
October 10, 2012 Between the forbiddingly hot kitchens of summer and the long, produce-deficient months of winter comes a spell of abundant vegetables and perfect cooking weather — just right for savory tarts.
October 4, 2012 For The Latin Road Home, chef Jose Garces traced the food traditions that have influenced his cooking. From Spain to Mexico, to Ecuador, Peru and Cuba, he investigated the techniques and ingredients that shaped the foods of his childhood. Garces talks about his journey, and shares favorite recipes.
October 3, 2012 Sweet peppers surge into ripeness in late summer and flourish into fall. When they're in season and plentiful, they're a bargain. So stock up now and explore their various forms — crisp and aromatic when raw, silky and alluring when cooked.
September 26, 2012 You might have had a Vietnamese-style "summer roll," with shrimp and fresh herbs wrapped in translucent rice paper. But what else could you tuck into this versatile wrapper? Sandwich fixings (minus the bread!), leftovers — your imagination's the limit.
September 19, 2012 It might look like a typical apple pie, but this is no cinnamon-sugar bomb. Cut into it and you'll find seasoned pork along with the sliced fruit. It's just one of many savory ways to highlight the versatile apple.
September 16, 2012 Processed wild rice dominates grocery store shelves, but around the Great Lakes, Native Americans still harvest it the same way their ancestors did centuries ago. This weekend, the Wild Rice Festival in Rosemont, Minn., celebrates the tradition.