• One Post, Two Months: Seafood, Meet Foods That Cool

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    August 1, 2014 What better way to segue into August's "Foods That Cool" topic than by carrying over something from our seafood spectacular in July? Eater Tessa does it flawlessly this week with her finely tuned Paleo recipe for ceviche ... serve ...

    One Post, Two Months: Seafood, Meet Foods That Cool
  • A Chef & A Seafood Sustainability Pro Dish On Fish

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    July 25, 2014 What is sustainable seafood, and why should the average fish-loving consumer care? Chef Aaron McCloud, recently returned from a fishing expedition himself, and John Rorapaugh of seafood vendor ProFish, Ltd. offer their expert advi ...

    A Chef & A Seafood Sustainability Pro Dish On Fish
  • Salt Crusted Fish: Overcoming A Fear Of Whole Fish

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    July 18, 2014 This is a true story of overcoming the sense of intimidation one Eater faced when considering whole fish preparation. She discovered that salt crusted fish is actually a fun shortcut to delicate taste and sophisticated presentatio ...

    Salt Crusted Fish: Overcoming A Fear Of Whole Fish

August 22nd, 2014

A Cool Treuse: The Chartreuse Swizzle

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Nothing better on a hot day than a drink that blends flavors of the islands and the Alps. Stir in some fruit juices and a touch of mint … and it’s pure chill-out heaven. Greta schools us on the spirits and methods (swizzle?) of this dreamy drink, with some help from David Bouchard, principal bartender at Florida bar The Cooper. Continue reading Read more

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August 15th, 2014

Keeping It Cool…As A Cucumber

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Fond memories of a friend’s Greek restaurant inspire Eater Adam to cool things off … with cucumber. His garlicky rendition is sure to take the heat off , and complement just about anything you pair it with. Continue reading Read more

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August 8th, 2014

Your Soup Needs Coolin’

This is some mint.

Mint is one of the easiest herbs to grow and provides plenty of benefits, too — like the cooling effect it can have on your tongue. Summer cocktails, minted teas, decadent desserts and … soup. Yes, it’s hard to think about soup when it’s so hot, but trust Sarah: A light pea soup with a hint of mint is just the thing to cool down your dinner. Continue reading Read more

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August
As summer heat reaches it's peak in August, we're bringing down the temps with "Foods That Cool." Pour a glass of lemonade (yes, lemons are cooling!) and join us each Friday!

Aug
15
Eater Adam pulls out the cukes ... and whips up a tzatziki that will blow you away.

Aug
22
What better way to cool off than with a cocktail? Our resident drink expert Greta shows us how it's done.

Aug
29
Your founding foodies are back with a trio of cooling recipes in our Sweet, Savory & Spin feature: kiwi, watercress ... and a surprise!