Vegetables

January 8, 2015

Keeping it Fresh: Make Your Juice Last Longer

Jack LaLanne was the world’s first fitness superhero, the “godfather of fitness.” He also really loved juice. The Jack LaLanne Juicer turned juicing into a mainstream practice and juicers into common kitchen equipment. Research studies have yet to validate claims that juicing is more beneficial than eating whole fruits and vegetables, with some studies suggesting […]

June 7, 2013

Seven Salad Tips

With warm weather comes an abundance of produce. Salads are a classic way to create a mélange of flavors and textures by using the best produce of the season. But often times, produce can become soggy, wilted, or just plain boring. Here are some of our favorite tips to brighten up your salads during this […]

December 2, 2011

Behind the Scenes at a Lab Dinner, Part 1

A peek at what it is like to prepare a 33-course tasting meal at The Cooking Lab for 16 VIP guests (part 1 of 3)

October 3, 2011

New Recipe & Video: Caramelized Carrot Soup

Baking soda and a pressure cooker are the secrets to this remarkable recipe.

September 27, 2011

A Visit to Uwajimaya

Culinary treasures can be found in stores that specialize in food from foreign lands. Here are some we spotted recently in our local Asian grocery.

September 20, 2011

In the Recipe Library: Striped Mushroom Omelet, Explained

You may have seen this on Martha Stewart's show. One of our cooks calls it "the omelet that will change your life."

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