By Elizabeth Leader Smith, November 1, 2014
Brussels sprouts can be boiled, steamed, oven roasted, braised, grilled and even enjoyed raw. Autumn through early spring is peak season for these mini cabbage look-alikes, so now is the time to try them or experiment with new recipes.
By Megan Myers, October 31, 2014
Navigating special diets – whether it’s gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, food allergies, or something else – can be a difficult task, especially when it comes to Thanksgiving and other holiday celebrations centered on food. Follow a few simple tips your party be holly and jolly for everyone.
By Molly Siegler, October 30, 2014
This Thanksgiving, set tradition aside and grill your turkey! For those of you who live in warmer climates, this might not seem totally outrageous, but anyone who’s braved snow drifts before mashed potatoes, knows grilling beyond Labor Day isn’t commonplace. But hear me out…
By Allison Burch, October 29, 2014
Share your family’s Thanksgiving meal traditions or how do you buck tradition and you could win a $250 Whole Foods Market gift card. Whatever your Thanksgiving tradition, you can trust us to have the highest-quality ingredients and Team Members who are excited to help you find just what you need.
By Megan Myers, October 28, 2014
Rev up your cooking engines — it’s time to start planning for the holidays! No matter what you decide to make, you need enough for everyone, and we can help with these guidelines for how much to serve at Thanksgiving dinner.
By Ryan Ochsner, October 27, 2014
Thanksgiving is around the corner and the holiday season is almost here! It’s finally safe for those of us who’ve been eagerly waiting to dust off the decorations and I’ve put together a few simple tips that will help you up your décor game.
By Elizabeth Leader Smith, October 25, 2014
Potatoes and sweet potatoes may be basic staples for cold weather menus, but there’s nothing boring about them. The options are endless for holiday feasts and everyday evenings.
By Paige Schilt, October 23, 2014
Creating cookies, cakes and pies together doesn’t have to be a big production. If you stock your pantry with baking staples, you’ll be ready whenever the mood strikes your brood. (Got cousins or grandkids visiting? Baking together is a great way to bond!)
By Allison Burch, October 21, 2014
While hosting loved ones at Thanksgiving can be a great experience, it can be stressful and tiring, too. Right now you have a golden opportunity to prepare and enjoy your time in the kitchen this holiday season. Here are our top tips.
By Paige Schilt, October 14, 2014
Last-minute shopping trips tend to be a little disjointed. If you’d like to make healthier choices (and spend more of your precious holiday with friends and family), it helps to plan ahead.