Mother Earth is not a happy camper these days. It seems that after decades of being mistreated, she’s finally fighting back. Look no further than the extreme weather we’ve experienced in the last year
After graduating from an Urban Farm Corps program, Paul Philpott is running his own hydroponic farm business out of a shipping container in a Brooklyn parking lot At age 24, Paul Philpott wasn’t exactly
By 2050, the world's population is expected to swell to 9.6 billion, with around 66% living in urban areas. This projection is leaving many cities wondering how they will feed all those people. A Swedish
All you need is a lot of wine and a little time. Salmon takes a beating. Grillers often slap a salmon fillet on the grill, torch the holy heck out of it, and serve the fish adorned with the gnarly char.
Each week, Cara Nicoletti of The Meat Hook is helping us get to know our favorite cuts a little bit better – and introducing you to a few new ones, too. Read on, study up, then hightail it to your nearest
From spicy curry to quesadillas, these international dishes feature pumpkin—without the pumpkin spice. This time of year, it seems we can't escape the wrath reach of "pumpkin spice" (that's, generally
4 Servings Chorizo adds smoky flavor to this vegetable-heavy frittata; use bacon if you prefer. September 2014Print Ingredients 8 large eggs 1½ ounces Manchego cheese, grated (about ⅓ cup) 1 tablespoon
From frying to roasting and stuffing, here are some creative ways to cook with winter squash. As soon as the first leaf turns orange, it's official: You can't hit a farmers' market, restaurant, or café
4 Servings Active Time: 1 min Total Time: 1 min Kabocha squash is made for purées. February 2014Print Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 4 oz. pancetta (Italian bacon), chopped 1 tablespoon finely chopped
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No dry, flavorless chicken here—you'll want to make everything from crispy cutlets to flavorful soups. Chicken breast may be everyone's go-to lean protein—but, man, can it be boring. Too often it's an
12 to 16 Servings Print Ingredients Cake Nonstick vegetable oil spray 2 1/3 cups cake flour 1 cup natural unsweetened cocoa powder 1 1/2 teaspoons baking soda 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1/4 teaspoon baking
4 Servings Active Time: 20 min Total Time: 20 min There’s something special about lobster you’ve prepared yourself, but if cooking one on a weeknight isn’t your speed, buy cooked lobster or shrimp instead.
Welcome to Consumed, Eater's newest video series in which Editorial Producer Kat Odell combs Manhattan and the surrounding areas for one-of-a-kind eats and drinks. Fried chicken is having a moment, and