In Yotam Ottolenghi’s cabbage rolls with walnuts and sour cream, the dreaded vegetable becomes a star.
Tag Archives: Vegetables
11 Winter Vegetable Recipes for Exciting Weeknight Dinners
Summer produce may get all of the glory, but these cool-weather recipes make winter vegetables exciting and bright.
Meet Ira Wallace, the Godmother of Southern Seeds
For a quarter of a century, Ira Wallace has nurtured seeds and gardeners: ‘When you say her name in our community, all this love comes up.’
The Sneaky Allure of a Detox
A cleanse might make you feel better, but not for the reasons you may think.
How Do Heavy Metals Like Lead Get in Baby Food?
The problem begins at the farm where plants draw toxins from the soil. There’s no washing them away.
Winter Salad Recipes That Are Anything but Sad
January is a tough time for vegetables, but these recipes prove how good they can be, especially when roasted until their natural sweetness shines.
10 Nutrition Myths Experts Wish Would Die
We surveyed some of the country’s leading authorities to reveal the truth about fat, dairy, soy and more.
This 3-Course Meal Can’t Get Much Easier
David Tanis offers a carrot-leek soup, baked fish with mushrooms and just a tiny bit of sweetness to finish after the holidays’ excesses.
A Cozy Risotto Party for the New Year
Invite friends over for a chill feast, starring a creamy chestnut risotto (with a toppings bar!) and a vibrant sheet-cake-style pound cake.
Brunswick Stew Is the Perfect Soup for Right Now
Soul-warming, savory and sweet, this dish with a deep history is perfect for right now.
Medical Care Alone Won’t Halt the Spread of Diabetes, Scientists Say
Now experts are calling for walkable communities, improved housing, and access to health care and better food, particularly in minority communities.
The Worst Foods and Drinks for Your Teeth
When assessing how likely a given meal, snack or drink is to harm your dental health, there are two main things to consider, experts say.
Indoor Farming Is a ‘No-Brainer.’ Except for the Carbon Footprint.
Why greenhouses might be the future of vegetable agriculture.
11 Quick Spring Dinner Ideas for Celebrating Warm, Sunny Days
Asparagus, rhubarb and peas, peas, peas: The season of abundant produce has finally arrived.
Can Your Diet Help Prevent Dementia?
Here’s what the science says about whether your diet can counteract cognitive decline.
How to Turn Any Vegetable Into Pasta Sauce
With five simple techniques that pair fresh ingredients with any kind of noodle, you can create countless produce-based meals.
Vertical Farms Expand as Demand for Year-Round Produce Grows
The industry is expected to grow to $9.7 billion worldwide by 2026, but it faces challenges, including high energy costs, technological limitations and the ability to scale.
Nondairy Plant-Based Milk Offerings Continue to Peak
There is already a vast array of dairy alternatives, but experts say the flow of new offerings won’t slow down anytime soon.
One-Pot Stew Recipe: Braised Short Ribs With Squash and Potato
Cozy, generous, brilliant: There are no shortage of words to describe eintopf, a German stew Yewande Komolafe learned from her parents.
Try These Brain Foods to Improve Your Mood
For this week’s Eat Well Challenge, try some new foods that have been linked with improving your mood.
Easy One-Pot Vegetarian Recipes
Resolve to wash fewer dishes in 2022.
10 Lessons We’ve Learned About Eating Well
Water vs. seltzer? Can food affect the brain? We’ve rounded up useful research on diet and nutrition to stay healthy in the new year.
Sri Lanka’s Plunge Into Organic Farming Brings Disaster
The economically troubled country banned chemical fertilizers without preparing farmers, prompting a surge in food prices and worries about shortages.
Your Heart and Diet: A Heart-Healthy Way to Eat
Aim for an overall healthful dietary pattern, the American Heart Association advises, rather than focusing on “good” or “bad” foods.
Does it Matter if I Eat the Stickers on Fruits and Vegetables?
They won’t cause you any harm, but there are reasons to remove them before taking a bite.
How to Make Fluffy, Flavorful Mashed Potatoes
You’ve tried boiling, but Genevieve Ko found a better way to make this side dish fluffier — and more flavorful.
How to Stir-Fry Without a Wok
Keeping culinary traditions going sometimes requires adapting to the realities of daily life.
Restaurant Review: Eleven Madison Park’s Plant-Based Menu
Now vegan, Daniel Humm’s acclaimed restaurant does strange things to vegetables.
Finding Home Through West African Food and Cooking
In her new monthly column, Yewande Komolafe returns to the food of West Africa to examine how it shaped her cooking, and her idea of home.
Easy Dinner Recipes (Without Having to Cook Anything)
Follow a simple formula for colorful, satisfying dishes that don’t require turning on the oven or stove.
11 Vegetarian Recipes Our Readers Can’t Get Enough Of
These are the dishes our readers return to again and again.
Can Fruits and Vegetables Boost Brain Health?
Flavonoids, the chemicals that give plant foods their bright colors, may help curb the frustrating forgetfulness and mild confusion of advancing age.
Cauliflower and Chaos, Fractals in Every Floret
Scientists take a crack at recreating the hypnotic fractal spirals of the Romanesco cauliflower.
18 Vegetarian Grilling Recipes for Your Next BBQ
Enliven your repertoire with these deeply flavorful vegetarian options.
The Best Way to Cook Vegetables: Low and Slow
Crisp vegetables are often prized, but long-cooking them into tenderness can bring out their deepest flavors.
How to Wash Fruits and Vegetables
A food safety specialist offers tips on helping to keep your food safe.
Are Smoothies Good For You? It Depends.
“Just because there’s a leafy green in it doesn’t make it low-calorie.”
How to Grill Vegetables
Two grilling methods are all you need to cook summer’s bounty, from broccoli to asparagus, cauliflower to tomatoes. Even leafy greens benefit from a brief turn on the grill.
16 Grilling Recipes You’ll Want to Make All Summer Long
Cookouts are making a comeback, and these never-fail recipes will guarantee your best get-together yet.
The Key to Easy Summer Baking Is in the Freezer Aisle
The best, most adaptable tarts start with a store-bought puff pastry, to be topped with any fruits or vegetables you like.
Vegetables Get the Ripert Treatment
The latest cookbook from the chef of Le Bernardin focuses on simple, but stunning recipes for seasonal produce.
Why Diversity Is an Advantage in a Vegetable Plot
Forget whatever you’ve heard about which plants “love” which other plants. This isn’t Match.com for vegetables: There’s a science to it.
16 Asparagus Recipes That Positively Scream Spring
After a particularly long winter, these bright, fresh recipes will have you clamoring to eat greens.
A Classic Venetian Dish That Doesn’t Need Improvement
With some trepidation, Gabrielle Hamilton puts her own spin on risi e bisi — rice and peas.
Asparagus, Just in Time for Spring
Spring starts with “A” for asparagus, one of the most versatile of vegetables. (Apologies to artichokes.)
Our 17 Coziest Vegetarian Soups
These heartening recipes are here to convince you that comfort is best served by the spoonful.
5 Ways Teens Can Get More Fruits and Vegetables Into Their Diets
A new study found that high school students aren’t getting enough produce.
A Foolproof Path to Dinner, by Way of Korea
J. Kenji López-Alt puts his fridge odds and ends to work in crunchy, savory, wildly adaptable jeon.
Foods That May Lead to a Healthier Gut and Better Health
A diet full of highly processed foods with added sugars and salt promoted gut microbes linked to obesity, heart disease and diabetes.
How Will We Eat in 2021? 11 Predictions to Chew On
Meal kits from your favorite restaurant, snacks that help you sleep and other ways the food world may respond in a year of big changes.