Whether you have deep Irish roots or simply love a good shepherd’s pie, St. Patrick’s Day is a widely celebrated holiday often recognized by cooking up authentic, Irish-inspired dishes.
Making bread at home doesn’t have to difficult. A famed New York baker offers his best tips and minimalist approach for making a tasty and inexpensive loaf of bread. (Recipe)
Get your blender out, because these smoothies are as good for you as they are delicious.
If you or someone you know has a dairy allergy or sensitivity, you can still milk the baking cabinet for all it’s worth — without so much as a slither of butter.
WASHINGTON — Making a healthy, hearty and delicious meal the whole family can enjoy doesn’t have to take hours of preparation and time spent in the kitchen. In fact, it can take less than an hour.…
A new book claims that eating chocolate can help you lose weight.
Turkey is the symbol of Thanksgiving for a traditional holiday spread, but what about the side dishes that accompany the 20-pound star of the table? Aviva Goldfarb offers creative recipes for Thanksgiving side dishes.
If you thought craft beer was just for drinking, John Holl is out to prove you wrong.
Aviva Goldfarb from the Six O\’Clock Scramble offers a weekly recipe for busy families.
This dish uses two power foods — spinach and quinoa — and takes less than 30 minutes
to throw together. It can be
served as a main dish, as a side or as a salad.
A healthy and simple dinner recipe from Aviva Goldfarb, author and founder of \’The Six
WTOP Living asked food contributor Mary Beth Albright to submit a recipe that screams \”fall.\” Her submission? A hearty serving of shepherd\’s pie.
Thirty-one years ago, Raghavan Iyer moved from Mumbai to Minneapolis. Recreating the tastes of India in the kitchen is one way Iyer planned to make his home, 8,000-miles away, feel closer. But he quickly realized his biggest limitation in this quest: American grocery stores.
If your household feels rundown or sick often, there could be a link
to your ailments and the food you and your family consume.
Put away the liquid nitrogen. When it comes to food, more traditional techniques are taking the spotlight. Chefs, home cooks and diners are returning to dried or cured meats, house-infused beverages and handmade treats over modern approaches. And one technique that has gained traction in the culinary and home kitchen arena is canning and preserving.