By Paige Brady, May 14, 2010
Grilling never gets old…and neither do great grilling tips! Here’s an encore presentation of our favorite grilling tips blog post to help you avoid those grill-gone-wrong experiences that are so humbling.
By James Parker, May 11, 2010
Early “Apache” variety apricots
By Theo Weening, May 6, 2010
We are excited to announce that Whole Foods Market now offers grass-fed and finished beef in all of our 281 stores in the United States. While this is a nationwide program, it isn’t based on national sourcing.
By Kate Rowe, May 5, 2010
Mother’s Day is a few days away, and there’s still plenty of time to put together a plan for a sweet brunch honoring your Mom.
A couple of general tips for making Mother’s Day brunch a great one:
By Cathy Strange, May 4, 2010
The People Who Stare at Goat Cheese
would be a great title for a movie. Of course, it would star George Clooney and the superstars of the Goat revolution! Who are the superstars and what is the revolution, you might ask.
By Kate Rowe, April 29, 2010
In honor of Cinco de Mayo (the fifth of May), we’re sharing recipes inspired by Mexico’s savory cuisine. Need a reminder on the significance of this date? It’s the day Mexicans commemorate their 1862 defeat of the French army in the Battle of Puebla.
By Jaye Joseph, April 29, 2010
It used to be that when I thought of bulk foods, I thought of one of those giant membership warehouses where I could buy a case of pretzels or a gross of cheese balls, but Whole Foods Market has changed that way of thinking for me.
By Kate Rowe, April 21, 2010
Is asparagus on your menu these days? If not, it should be! This spring treat is easy to cook and extremely versatile—it can be boiled, steamed, grilled or roasted.
By James Parker, April 13, 2010
There are lots of things to love about spring but it can be a period of dread in the produce business as we transition from the winter to the summer fruit harvest season. A lot can happen all at once: citrus starts to fade, we start losing variety in hard fruit (apples and pears), and the weather can play havoc on new crop domestic fruit (like berries).
By Kate Rowe, April 7, 2010
Sue Swyt is our randomly selected winner of the $25 gift card. Thanks everyone for your entries!