September 5, 2010 After mad cow disease, peanut butter recalls and e-coli in spinach, shoppers want to know what’s in their food and where it comes from. That's turned a very old way of eating into a very new way of shopping — one that crosses religious lines.
April 14, 2010 The delicate, delectable eggs and egg sacs from many kinds of fish are a seasonal treat worth trying, even for the uninitiated. So, food writer Bonny Wolf suggests, don't balk when your fishmonger asks if you want to keep the roe.
March 21, 2010 A proper martini isn't made with vodka. It isn't green, and its ingredients do not include fruit flavoring or chocolate. For food commentator Bonny Wolf, these points are not insignificant, so Wolf shares her recipe for the perfect martini, a pleasure that needs no sweetening.
August 2, 2009 Just before the culinary queen turned 90 and moved to California, she gave the Cambridge, Mass., kitchen where she filmed three of her TV shows to the Smithsonian Institution. Curators at the National Museum of American History reassembled it exactly as it was — except for one major part.
May 20, 2009 Cooking with sorrel, a deceptively bland-looking green that bursts with lemony tartness, offers depth and a surprise flavor with almost no effort. It is spring's little gift to the cook.
October 8, 2008 Purple-black, sweet-tart Italian prune plums are far easier to cook with than their summer cousins, making them a favorite for desserts as well as savory dishes. But better act fast — the season is short, and it's already upon us.
August 20, 2008 Paella prepared on a kettle grill and served with a glass of cool sangria made for a magical party for food writer Bonny Wolf. But first she gathered a few tips on the proper equipment and ingredients for this traditional Spanish meal.
July 2, 2008 It's the Fourth of July and time for a barbecue — but don't just throw some hamburgers and hot dogs on the grill. Take a stab at making real Texas barbecue — and all the fixings.