Nutrition

How to Protect Against Food Fraud

What if you discovered that your honey jar was filled with high-fructose corn syrup? Or your expensive extra virgin olive oil was actually cheap swill? Would you still eat your…

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Overnight Chicken in a Pot

It’s been a couple years now since at-home sous-vide has come into vogue. And for good reason: Who doesn’t want perfectly cooked food that you needn’t watch over every moment?…

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How to Make Your Best Pot of Chili

A pot of chili may be one of winter’s ultimate comforts. Hearty, filling, hot and well-suited for a long cook time on your stovetop, filling your kitchen with warmth and…

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Harness the Power of Garlic in Everyday Cooking

There are probably plenty of small but mighty ingredients hanging out in your kitchen. Cinnamon sticks, dried chili peppers, cardamom and herbs are all proof that size is definitely not…

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Artificial Dyes Fading, But Food Will Still Get Color Boosts

Many companies, including fast-food restaurants and Kellogg’s, are purging artificial colors from their foods, but don’t expect your burgers or cereal to look much different. Colors send important signals about…

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An Air Fryer Offers a Healthier Way to Cook Foods

In recent years, any tool that rendered people more efficient in the kitchen and more effective in reaching their health goals seemed to sell. The slow cooker launched the trend,…

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This Fried Rice Recipe Is a Lifesaving One-Pot Meal

Perhaps no one knows her way around a quick, improvised stir-fry better than cookbook author Grace Young (“poet laureate of the wok,” according to one food historian). Here are Young’s…

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New Ways to Handle Picky Eaters

Once upon a time, not too long ago, in a land not far from here, parents would force children to clean their plates during meals, regardless of their hunger level.…

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