the greasy chicken - andre williams
Raspberry Tart, another video treat prepared by mother/daughter team Marjorie Taylor and Kendall Smith Franchini of The Cook’s Atelier in Burgundy, France, and filmed by Matt and Julie of Tiger in a Jar. The recipe is here.
A project by photographer Erin Gleeson.
“Foodie parents, this is for you.” Illustrated ABC food book by Lauren Hom
of course we should.
Avocado eggs benedict by Confections Of A Foodie Bride
- 2 English muffins
- 4 slices bacon
- 1 avocado
- 4 eggs
- Heat a sauce pan with 2 inches of water to a simmer.
- Split the English muffins in half and toast until browned.
- Cook the bacon to a crisp and set aside.
- Cut the avocado in half, remove the pit, and scoop the flesh into a bowl.
- Add a pinch of salt and mash with a fork.
- Spread the avocado over the toasted English muffin halves and top with the bacon.
- Crack 1 egg at a time into a separate small bowl or cup. Stir the simmering water with a spoon and gently pour the egg into the swirling water. Repeat with the second egg (I poach two at a time).
- Cook the eggs for 2 1/2 minutes, until the whites are cooked through. Remove with a slotted spoon and let drain for a minute before placing on top of the bacon.
- Cook the remaining two eggs and serve seasoned with salt and pepper.
Pesticides make my groceries cry
The convenient, credit card-sized guide separates 27 common fruits and veggies into two categories, those that usually have a low pesticide content and those that don’t.”
marvelous and heart clogging
- Eat food.
- Don’t eat anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.
- Avoid food products containing ingredients that no ordinary human would keep in the pantry.
- Avoid food products that contain high-fructose corn syrup.
- Avoid foods that have some form of sugar (or sweetener) listed among the top three ingredients.
- Avoid food products that contain more than five ingredients.
- Avoid food products containing ingredients that a third-grader cannot pronounce.
- Avoid food products that make health claims.
- Avoid food products with the wordoid “lite” or the terms “low-fat” or “nonfat” in their names.
- Avoid foods that are pretending to be something they are not.
- Avoid foods that you see advertised on television.
- Shop the peripheries of the supermarket and stay out of the middle.
Everyone should read Michael Pollan’s Food Rules. It takes a total of a half an hour of your time. And I hope that it changes your relationship with food forever. These are just the first twelve “rules” but there are 64 pleasantly entertaining rules to eat by.
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