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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We The Eaters
February 21st, 2016

Mafe, a.k.a. African Peanut Stew (a.a.k.a. Groundnut Stew)

Founding Foodie Amy is taking us to sub-Saharan Africa this week with some traditional Senagalese fare known as Mafe, or African Peanut Stew. This hearty, rich stew is the perfect thing to take off Winter’s chill … but there’s a fowl problem for our foodie, and it’s name is Chicken. Continue reading Read more

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We The Eaters
February 21st, 2016

Brunswick Stew

We’re snowed in up to our keisters here in the Washington, D.C. area, dreaming of food to keep us warm. We’re in luck! It’s our last week celebrating stews, and new contributing Eater Debbie shares a tale of a certain “camp stew”, traditionally made with, well … squirrel. But trust her, it’s adaptable and there are plenty of ways to make it without having to skin our little furry friends. Of course, if you’re desperate, I’ve seen a few pudgy squirrels ’round these parts. 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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