7 Delicious Things to Do with Pears

Paired with cheese, raw in a salad or roasted with a meaty entrée, here are sweet and savory pear recipes worth celebrating.

Get to Know Root Veggie Chips

Admit it: sometimes there’s nothing you want more than a bowl full of crispy potato chips. But these days, there’s so much more to chips than the humble potato. Grab your favorite root veggies and mandoline, and let’s get cooking!

Easy Breakfast Recipes You Can Make the Night Before

Taking care of prepping breakfast ahead of time saves time and early-morning frustrations. Check out our picks for recipes to get you going.
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Check Out Our 10 Most Popular Fall Recipes

Our top 10 fall recipes have been tried, tested and declared delicious — by you! Below you’ll find cozy soups and hearty chilies, a sheet pan supper and quick baked pasta, lots of clever shortcuts and classic fall flavors, from pumpkin to butternut squash to sweet potatoes. Happy fall cooking!

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How to Build A Better Soup

Try these easy ideas—from simple stir-ins to healthy toppers—to boost the nutrient profile of any soup.

50 Reasons to Love Butternut Squash

We’re celebrating butternut squash, a fall and winter mealtime staple, by sharing our favorite recipes and ideas for entertaining and everyday meals. Plus we’ll teach you how to cut them.
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World Vegetarian Day: Our 10 Most Popular Vegetarian Recipes

In honor of World Vegetarian Day on October 1, we’ve pulled together this list of our 10 most popular vegetarian recipes. You’ll find many staple recipes in the list here, featuring classic techniques and go-to recipes for basics like baked tofu and roasted vegetables. We can tell our audience loves spaghetti squash and black beans, with these versatile ingredients appearing in a few different recipes in the list.

My Favorite New Recipes: Spooky, Sweet and Savory Halloween Dishes and Desserts

What Elly Eats: 11 Tasty Must-Haves From Her Kitchen

Elly Truesdell, Whole Foods Market’s local forager for our Northeast region, tastes her way through five states to discover new products to stock on our shelves. Some days she’s in Manhattan dipping a spoon into a delicious new sauce from a New York City chef, on others she’s trudging through rows of pear trees on a farm in rural New Jersey. Either way, she always ends up in her happy place when the day ends—her kitchen in Brooklyn where she cooks for family and friends. Here are the 11 products you’ll always find in her fridge and pantry:

Get to Know Teff

Teff is one of the oldest cultivated grains in the world, originating in Ethiopia as plant domestication began thousands of years ago. It is a grass, not a variant of wheat, and is very similar to millet or quinoa, but this seed is even smaller. The small size makes it ideal to use in porridges and savory polenta-style meals. It’s also ground into flour and used traditionally for flatbreads like injera. Teff is high in protein, carbohydrates, and fiber, which has made it a staple for seminomadic farmers for centuries.

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