by Amy Chaplin in Amy's Whole Food Cooking, July 29, 2014
by Kitty Greenwald in Chefs and Restaurants, March 19, 2014
When summer produce is at its peak, it needs little more than the addition of a few seasonings for the flavors to really shine. Here, cucumbers, summer squash and tomatoes are blended into three simple soups accented with herbs and enriched with avocados and nuts.
Chilled soups are not only the ideal starter for a summer dinner party, but they’re also perfect for sipping as a healthy snack on hot days, offering a savory change of pace to the usual fruit smoothies. These chilled soups are best made ahead so they can thoroughly chill in the fridge. They will keep well for up to up to 4 days.
by Toby Amidor in Healthy Tips, February 4, 2009
“To have health and wellness,” says Marco Canora, “the best thing you can do is cook for yourself, because you control the fats and salts and you are cooking with whole foods.” These days, health and wellness are of central importance to Canora, the New York City chef who owns Hearth restaurant and five wine bars, all under the Terroir umbrella. But until a few years ago, that wasn’t the case.
Inexpensive and convenient, canned food often gets panned for its high sodium content (which is true), but there are healthier options available. Here’s what to keep in mind when stocking your pantry.
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