By Alana Sugar, June 27, 2010
What would a summer garden be without basil? Pretty boring if you ask me! I love to think of fresh herbs as staples for exquisite cooking and, come summer, basil is a must-have. Its refreshing aroma and distinct flavor are loved by cooks all over the world and the popularity of pesto simply added to its appeal.
By Kate Rowe, June 26, 2010
It’s easy to put together a great spread for July 4. Whether you get a thrill from making everything from scratch or prefer to leave the work to us, we’ve got you covered. Approach #1: Let us do the work!
By Kate Rowe, June 25, 2010
Fresh cherries are such a summer treat that sometimes it can be hard to consider doing anything with them other than eat them straight from a bowl. But fresh cherries make a sweet addition to any part of the meal.
By Genie Bolduc, June 24, 2010
Recently I was lucky enough to be able to travel to Africa (for the first time!) as part of my work with the Whole Planet Foundation
By Alana Sugar, June 22, 2010
Lentils are so nutritionally rich that I think they should be eaten way more often – in fact, I just wrote a whole blog post about Loading Up on Lentils
By Kate Rowe, June 21, 2010
This week in our series tracking down the “Best Ever” classic summer dishes (see Best Ever Pasta Salad
By Paige Brady, June 21, 2010
It’s week three of our collaborative 8-Week Recipe Contest with food52, an online community for home cooks. If you have a great recipe starring fresh cherries, go to the food52 contest page
to submit your recipe for a chance to win a $100 gift card from Whole Foods Market.
By Alana Sugar, June 20, 2010
I was a youngster the first time I had lentil soup – I’m guessing maybe 11 or 12 years old. I liked it a lot, and after that I always associated lentils with soup.
By Paige Brady, June 14, 2010
By Kate Rowe, June 12, 2010
Let Dad put his feet up while you man the grill this Father’s Day.