Bone broth is a wonderful way to nourish and heal your digestive tract and energize your body.
Soba noodles are classically made with 100 percent buckwheat flour, and those are the ones I seek out whenever possible.
This simple soup is hauntingly autumnal: sweet pumpkin simmered with spices and stock, then pureed and dressed with a grating of smoked cheese and a drizzle of olive oil.
Creamy and mild, this simple curried soup is full of tender fall vegetables and the warming flavors of ginger and garlic.
I make this soup, or something quite like it, all year, with frozen corn and fresh.
This is somewhere between a soup and an appetizer.
Gather up lobster shells and head to the stove for a simple and luxurious lesson in stock making. The briny essence of the sea that is captured in those shells is yours with a few simple steps.
With a nice chunk of garlic-rubbed, olive oil-soaked, grilled bread called fettunta, and a glass of chilled white wine, this is a wonderful summer meal.
There's still a little chill in the air when the first peas are ready for picking. This soup is perfect in the spring when young lettuces are around.
At any given moment, there are more than 20 billion chickens on earth, says Andrew Lawler. How did one bird become so ubiquitous? The author of Why Did the Chicken Cross the World? shares seven facts from the bird's history.
“In the range between 149 and 152 degrees Fahrenheit you have what we call the Play-Doh egg...the egg is malleable and you can almost shape it like marzipan -- you can roll it out.” Dave Arnold
“In the range between 149 and 152 degrees Fahrenheit you have what we call the Play-Doh egg...the egg is malleable and you can almost shape it like marzipan -- you can roll it out.”