How to Eat a Pomegranate
November 4, 2014 – 7:51 pm | No Comment

Some foods are just plain intimidating, and I’ve historically counted whole pomegranates among them.
Unlike other fruits, whose edible flesh lies directly under the skin, a pomegranate’s edible part is actually the hundreds of little juice-filled …

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Putting Peas on a Pedestal
June 27, 2011 – 7:23 am | No Comment
Putting Peas on a Pedestal

Peas are having nothing short of a renaissance, and they owe their meteroic rise from the lowly ranks of TV-dinner cast-off to Top Chef-testant Carla Hall’s well-publicized 2009 preparation of fresh peas with butter, lemon and thyme …

Field trip to G-free NYC
June 10, 2011 – 10:42 am | No Comment
Field trip to G-free NYC

Two months after it opened, I finally made my way over to G-free NYC, a quaint little carbohydrate mecca on New York’s Upper West Side devoted to all things gluten-free.
The shop is a well-curated collection …

Interpreting the New USDA Food Plate
June 6, 2011 – 9:04 am | No Comment
Interpreting the New USDA Food Plate

Rest in peace, Food Pyramid.
Last Thursday, the USDA unveiled the new graphic tool to depict the recommended eating pattern for Healthy Americans, and it’s a significant departure from the carb-heavy, animal-protein laden pyramid whose emphasis …