Your pantry should always contain non-perishable foods, like canned goods, dry goods like rice and pasta, things that can be eaten directly, or things easy to cook. You should consider you may or may not have a way to cook.
Thanks to the increased popularity of these direct growers-to-consumers selling venues, tricksters and con men are seeing a ripe hunting ground for easy marks.
Part of learning to cook is learning how to handle the food properly so you don’t make yourself or others sick.
The USDA has replaced the Pyramid with the Plate.
Too often the fare for those who don’t eat meat is just a collection of side dishes. I’ve also noticed that too many vegetarians are looking for meat replacements like veggie burgers and fake bacon. This is the wrong approach.
Now we’re finding out that not only is American Cheese product not cheese, we’re also learning it’s not American!
Make grocery shopping less of a chore and save money at the same time.
Because of the abundance, whether or not you shop at Farmers’ markets, it’s time to try all the great variety of locally grown fruits and vegetables at their peak of perfection.
In addition to taking a regular inventory of the refrigerator contents and making a note of expiration dates, the next best thing is to use your nose.
This staple of Italian cuisine has now been elevated to gourmet status by leading chefs.