• Sweet Tea: It’s Where I Draw The [Mason-Dixon] Line

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    January 30, 2017 There's a line Founding Foodie Amy won't stand to be crossed when it comes to iced tea: SUGAR. As in, don't add any. Sweet tea wasn't even in her vocabulary before moving to Washington, D.C. Though she's lived in the area for more ...

    Sweet Tea: It’s Where I Draw The [Mason-Dixon] Line
  • Ode To A Cookbook Collection

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    October 10, 2016 Cookbooks are foodie porn. From the moment you crack your first cover, hand trailing longingly over picture after mouthwatering picture... you're hooked. At least this foodie with her bookcase overflowing with titles was. My favor ...

    Ode To A Cookbook Collection
  • Sprouting 101

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    April 3, 2015 Spring is springing as we type this! To celebrate, we're doing a whole month of sprouted goodies. Founding Foodie Sarah gets us started with this overview. What can be sprouted? What are the health benefits? How can you use sprout ...

    Sprouting 101
  • What The Pho?

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    January 2, 2015 Nothing is as comforting as a big bowl of soup. Whether you’re recovering from a holiday season replete in heavy foods, or trying to fend off that winter cold making its way around the office, soup can be a magic elixir. This we ...

    What The Pho?

August 21st, 2017

Preserving The Best Herbs Of Summer

While your garden is producing you might want to think ahead to the cold, gray days ahead. What if you could have these vibrant, flavorful herbs in your fall and winter soups, stews and vegetables? There are several very easy methods to allow you to do just that. From freezing your herbs to making a delicious compound butter, your future self will thank you for thinking ahead. Continue reading Read more

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August 14th, 2017

Chim Chim Cher-ee … I Mean, Chimichurri

If Mary Poppins had been in the business of sauces instead of child-rearing, chimichurri is the magic she’d have created. Chim, chim chimchurri is also a great way to get more fresh herbs into your diet. Once you read this post, you’ll have a better sense of why that makes delicious sense. Continue reading Read more

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August 7th, 2017

Culinary Herbs & Your Health

This week, local acupuncturist and Chinese herbal medicine practitioner, Elizabeth Fellows, gives some sage advice on using herbs to help you transition through the damp, sticky tail end of summer into the cooler temperatures fall promise. She kicks off We The Eaters’ August series on herbs. Continue reading Read more

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July
Watermelon is the perfect summer food. It hydrates, it cools, it's sweet and juicy. We have some great ideas for your table, including a salad, ceviche cups, popsicles and cocktails. Get ready to beat the heat with us!

 
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