Josh Sylvester

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The New MIND Diet May Help Prevent Alzheimer's

<i>Dear Savvy Senior,</i><p>I've heard that there's a new diet that can help prevent Alzheimer's disease. What can you tell me about this? My 80-year-old mother has Alzheimer's and I want to do everything I can to protect myself.<p>--Concerned Daughter<p><i>Dear Concerned,</i><p>It's true! Research has found that a new diet …

Alzheimer's Disease

5 mistakes you're making that are ruining your salad

Throwing together a salad is a lot like making scrambled eggs. Everyone thinks they're a pro, but in reality, almost everyone is doing it wrong (seriously, here are 7 mistakes you’re making with your scrambled eggs.) And chances are, that means you! Even if you think your salads are just fine, …

Flavors

9 Delicious Ways to Use This Winter Superfood: Sweet Potatoes!

<b>Oh the glorious sweet potato!</b><p>Boasting almost double the amount of fiber as regular potatoes and a bright orange hue that reflects their high beta-carotene and vitamin C content, sweet potatoes are true nutritional powerhouses. But that's not all: they're also rich in vitamin D, iron, potassium, …

Healthy Eating

8 Soup Recipes You Should Definitely Batch

It's soup season.<p>From creamy cauliflower to classic split pea, here are eight fantastic soups to make and enjoy all week long.<p>This healthy vegan soup …

Food

Guest Chefs at Dan Barber's Pop-Up; Kerry Simon Shutters Two Restaurants

<i>NEW YORK CITY—</i> As previously announced, Blue Hill at Stone Barns will soon offer an extended series of <b>wastED</b> pop-ups in New York City, and chef<b>Dan Barber</b> has unveiled the line-up of guest chefs who will be helping him cook epic meals using food waste. Eater NY reports Grant Achatz, Sean Brock, …

New York City

Better Than a Cronut: How to Master Kouign Amann

Any savvy cronut fan knows that chef Dominique Ansel's best pastry is actually DKA, or Dominique's Kouign Amann, a perfect version of the round croissant-like pastry, loaded with butter and sugar. Yes, it's a total pain to make, but it can be done. Above, Eater's food science friends at ChefsSteps …

Food

Thug Kitchen: The Official Cookbook

• <b>Author:</b> Thug Kitchen<p>Thug Kitchen started their wildly popular web site to inspire people to eat some Goddamn vegetables and adopt a healthier lifestyle. Beloved by Gwyneth Paltrow (“This might be my favorite thing ever”) and named <i>Saveur’s</i> Best New Food blog of 2013—with half a million Facebook fans …

Blogs | Food & Wine

It beat Trader Joe's and Aldi yet again, according to a Temkin Customer Experience survey.<p>In case you missed it, the grocery store has its own …

Trader Joe's

This Week in Recipes

Appetizers<p>Fully Loaded Vegan Queso Dip<br>• Slow-Cooker Chicken Cordon Bleu Dip<br>• Warm Spanish-Style Giant Bean Salad With Smoked Paprika and Celery<p>Mains<p>Bar-Style Tarte Flambée (Alsatian Pizza With Fresh Cheese, Onions, and Bacon)<br>• Classic Tarte Flambée (Alsatian Pizza With Fresh Cheese, Onions, and …

Cooking

8 Soul-Satisfying Comfort Foods to Chase Away the Chill

Lift your family's spirit on a cold winter day with one of these delicious and satisfying comfort foods.<p><b>1. Broccoli & Gruyère Soup with Homemade Croutons</b><p>Topped with crisp homemade croutons, this rich and creamy broccoli soup is a hearty meal unto itself. It's perfect to ward off winter's chill, and …

Cooking

How to Make Pasta in 2015: The New Rules of Pasta

Here’s how to make pasta in 2015.<p>Sorry, pesto and <i>pomodoro</i>, we love you, but the rules have changed. Grated horseradish instead of Parmigiano? Why not? Chopped shrimp instead of sausage? Bring it on. Here’s how to make pasta in 2015.<p>Rule No. 1<p>To rethink <i>ragù,</i> just add horseradish<p>Pork, beef, veal? Not …

Italian Food