Like edamame? Roast fresh garbanzo beans for an easy, addicting snack.
Excerpt: Aw, shucks! The corn at the market is fresh, tender and sweet.
Feast among the foliage and help nourish children’s education.
Eat your spinach! Instead of cooking these greens in boiling water, sauté them to keep the nutrients and the flavor.
Dip in-season star fruit and strawberries in this Toblerone-based fondue.
Make this piquant salsa to complement roasted salmon, chicken, turkey or pork.
I get all meta on you. Hey, it’s the new year.
I hope that Sound Bite will be a notebook, a workshop and a conversation about food in South Florida.
In college, I felt intimidated and unmoved by the theoryheads at school. As I used to say: Macaroni and cheese or Foucault? Which one is of greater benefit to the world? You can guess which one I chose. The 7th Annual South Florida Environmental Ethics Conference sounds philosophical and lofty, but there’s nothing more practical than the food we eat and the soil […]
The Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock enjoyed a three day gathering with the Wampanoag Indians. They ate corn; waterfowl like ducks and geese, and maybe some cranberries. There is no evidence that they ate any turkey. I discovered this while listening to an interview with a historian from the Plimoth Plantation on […]