Eating In

Mushrooms have nutrients we need in winter (even Vitamin D!) and the versatility we can rely on for both side dishes and main dishes.

Q. Help! I have a lot of oranges, grapefruits and other citrus leftover from the holidays. In an effort to reduce waste in my kitchen, I’m wondering if there are ways to preserve their deliciousness for future use?

 

A. Yes, oranges, grapefruits, lemons and limes can be frozen as slices, as juice, or as zest. Freezing is the perfect way to save these tasty winter fruits from ending up in the garbage can. Here's how:

Lean on soups and seafood for balanced (and delicious) eating in January.

A look back, a peek into the future.

This week, we've got winter farm stand inspiration, holiday strategies and something for Sunday morning.

Chef Charlie Granquist of Slough Farm answers our burning (hopefully not literally burning) questions about how to cook a delicious standing rib roast.

Try these tips if you need softened butter for a baking recipe.

Our holiday menus just got a whole lot tastier.

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