With flecks of thyme and a touch of tangy sour cream, this farro mushroom hash would be great on its own, but finishing it off with perfectly poached eggs puts it over the top. It's a winner.
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[Photograph: Paulette Phlipot] Steamed and sprinkled with a bit of salt, edamame is great for snacking on its own. But it wasn't until we tried Toasted Nori Edamame with Garlic-Chile Oil from Cheryl Sternman Rule's Ripe did we realize its...
This Eggplant Romesco Rigatoni treats the meaty eggplant well, roasting it with onions and peppers before blending it with tomatoes and toasted almonds for an amazing pasta sauce that just to happens to be vegan.
This Eggplant Romesco Rigatoni treats the meaty eggplant very well indeed, roasting it with onions and peppers before blending it with tomatoes and toasted almonds for an out of this world pasta sauce that just to happens to be vegan.
This Radicchio Salad with Tahini Lemon Drizzle adapted from Cheryl Sternman Rule's Ripe tempers radicchio's bitterness with creamy, rich tahini, mild butter lettuce, crunchy-crisp cucumbers and bright lemon juice. It's a gorgeous salad to behold and to enjoy, full of big tastes and unexpectedly thrilling flavors.
[Photograph: Paulette Phlipot] With its lush purple leaves and white veins, radicchio is an undeniably beautiful. But it's bitterness can be polarizing. Those who appreciate the tart, bracing flavors love it, but there are many who aren't fans of this...
If Skittles hadn't already trademarked the slogan "taste the rainbow," we would be nominating it for Ripe, the newly published fruits and vegetables cookbook from Cheryl Sternman Rule, the voice behind 5 Second Rule. Ripe is a cookbook that takes you on a colorful journey through the world of produce. Enter to win a copy here.
[Photograph: michaelpollan.com] Cheryl Sternman Rule has sparked some interesting discussion about how much we know about food and food issues and the point at which that knowledge turns us into food outliers: was out with a bunch of women, and the subject turned to healthful eating. I mentioned Michael Pollan's new book Food Rules. One woman said, "Who's Michael Pollan?" My eyes bugged, though just a little. I looked to my left, I looked to my right, I looked across the table—all blank stares. Who was out of touch—was it them, or was it me? Frankly, I don't know how you could avoid learning about Michael Pollan these days. But, then again, I'm on the food interwebs all damn...