The Seasons of the Table

Sometimes, the food we eat and the search engines we use daily to find those perfect recipes, explore new ingredients, and discover good substitutions come together to teach us all a bit about how we approach cooking and eating and the rhythms, natural and otherwise, that they produce.

Stuff It!

No - I'm not trying to be rude … I'm sharing my favorite stuffed pork chop recipe! Packed with sautéed aromatics, crunchy whole wheat panko bread crumbs, and tangy blue cheese, these thick-cut pork chops are perfect cold weather food.

Staying Fit in the Winter

Did your New Year's resolutions involve making more of an effort to get fit? Is January underway with you still puzzling about how to do that? Get some great health tips that can help you get back to shape after the recent holiday season festivities.

Techie Fusion Tacos

Grab your pressure cooker or slow cooker and get ready to blend Asian and Tex-Mex flavors for a great dinner that leaves you with minimal effort and maximum approval from those gathered around your table at the end of the day.

Making the Season Bright

Strong flavors like lemon and ginger are natural companions when it comes to preserves like marmalade. What's more, a simple marmalade is actually quite easy to make when you have some summer squash on hand to act as a foundation.

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