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Survey Reveals That Almond Eaters Are Happier

Survey Reveals That Almond Eaters Are Happier

BY ILENE ENG   National Almond Day falls on Feb. 16, and almond lovers have another reason to celebrate this year. In addition to the studies that have already demonstrated almonds’ health benefits, a recent survey shows that almond eaters are happier too. The Almond Board of California conducted a survey last summer and found that those who […]

The Secret to the Best Ragù, According to My Tuscan Grandmother

The Secret to the Best Ragù, According to My Tuscan Grandmother

BY GIULIA SCARPALEGGIA These days are made for ragù. It is cold outside, and the windows in your kitchen will quickly be fogged up by the steam from the pot of meat sauce sputtering on the stove. The smell, that familiar, heartwarming, delicious aroma, will stick to your clothes like the warmth of your grandma’s hug. […]

Recipe of the Week | Watch Fabio’s Kitchen: Portobello Steak

Recipe of the Week | Watch Fabio’s Kitchen: Portobello Steak

Team Fabio, We are making an amazing Portobello Steak this week on Fabio’s Kitchen. This beautiful Portobello Steak will expand your steak game in delicious ways you didn’t even know were possible! Come on into my home kitchen, completely outfitted with Viking Appliances. Watch the episode by clicking the photo below, where you’ll also be […]

Chocolate Truffles, Decadent and Impressive, Are an Easy Homemade Treat

Chocolate Truffles, Decadent and Impressive, Are an Easy Homemade Treat

BY CRYSTAL SHI   For such rich, luxurious treats, chocolate truffles are incredibly simple to make at home. At the heart of the bite-size confections is ganache, a mixture of chocolate and cream, chilled until firm, scooped and shaped into balls, and rolled in cocoa and confectioners’ sugar—or whatever coating you desire. First, choose your chocolate: […]

Recipe of the Week | Eggs in Purgatory

Recipe of the Week |  Eggs in Purgatory

There are a number of recipes for this lost classic. Looking to create a recipe with my signature on it, I went to the store to get the ingredients for the recipe below. So when I saw a foodie friend walk into the store, we talked for a moment about this dish. I asked about […]

Aïgo Boulido, Garlic Soup for the Soul

Aïgo Boulido, Garlic Soup for the Soul

BY AUDREY LE GOFF Translated from the Provencal dialect as “boiled water,” aïgo boulido is an unassuming broth of garlic and sage, enriched with eggs. But don’t be fooled by its simplicity: “Aïgo bouildo sauvo la vido”—“boiled water saves your life”—as the popular Provençal folk saying goes.  The simple, delicately aromatic soup has long been believed to have powerful curative properties. […]

Recipe of the Week | Pupusas y Curtido

Recipe of the Week | Pupusas y Curtido

Want a fun, different, and fulfilling dish? Try pupusas. A pupusa is a stuffed tortilla usually served with a spicy coleslaw called curtido. This recipe makes both. Pupusas originated in El Salvador, but emigrants have taken the dish to South and North American. They are hand-made and thick. Like all corn tortillas, pupusas are made […]

Recipe of the Week | Watch Fabio’s Kitchen: Shrimp Scampi

Recipe of the Week | Watch Fabio’s Kitchen: Shrimp Scampi

Team Fabio, We are making a seriously delicious Shrimp Scampi this week on Fabio’s Kitchen. I am turning you into a legit Shrimp Scampi performer this week!! Come on into my home kitchen, completely outfitted with Viking Appliances. Watch the episode by clicking the photo below, where you’ll also be able to view the recipe […]

Recipe of the Week | Roasted Red Pepper and Carrot Soup

Recipe of the Week | Roasted Red Pepper and Carrot Soup

  This is a popular vegan soup if for no other reason than it is easy to make and goes from the stove to the table in 60 minutes. In addition, the carrots and bell peppers have beta-carotene, which is a good source of anti-oxidants. The combination of carrots and red bell peppers provides a […]

Recipe of the Week | Mushroom Bourguignon

Recipe of the Week | Mushroom Bourguignon

Boeuf Bourguignon is a traditional French recipe. According to the website The French Traveler, “This dish is prepared by braising the beef in a full-bodied, classic red (Burgundy) wine.  It is then stewed with potatoes, carrots, onions, garlic, and well-seasoned (during the stewing process) with a bouquet garni , or a small satchel of thyme, […]