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Whether you consider yourself a food connoisseur or someone who isn’t very picky, food is obviously a life necessity.
And there’s much more to it than just taste. Nutrients, food prep, and culture-driven attitudes toward sustenance all influence multiple aspects of our physical and mental health. That’s before we even get started on the impact food can have both environmentally and socially.
All these considerations
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This mostly virtual fundraiser highlights deliciously grown, raised and crafted foods available from area producers and food businesses!
Each mealkit is specially designed by HDFFA and includes ingredients for a delicious
Black salt, also known as kala namak, emits a sulfur-like smell and taste that imparts an egg-like flavor to tofu dishes. I recommend you give it a try. All these dishes are delicious with or without black salt.
Many of these recipes use powdered turmeric. When heated, turmeric “activates” and becomes a bright yellow. Turmeric makes tofu look more like eggs. Curcumin, the pigment in turmeric that gives it that bright yellow color, is valued by some people for its health benefits, too.
Scrambled tofu (Susan Alexander / For the News Tribune)
I make a big batch of
Inspired by Margaret Eby’s love of Zabar’s in New York City, the combination of creamy, silky Taleggio and nutty aged Gruyère cheeses in these small but decadent sandwiches results in the perfect melt, with plenty of flavor.
KELSEY YOUNGMAN: Now grilled cheese is normally a delicious, homey, comfort food made with simple ingredients. And those are wonderful sandwiches. But today we’re going to do something a little special. We have a collection of ingredients from a lovely, local market, Zabar’s. And we’re going to do the most flavorful, most delicious, cheese board in a sandwich, opulent
TikTok is changing the cooking game for people everywhere. These one-minute, easy-to-follow videos are inspiring people of all ages to try different recipes, experiment with new flavors, and sometimes, just *attempt* cooking, even if they’re afraid of it. While the popularity of ~food TikTok~ definitely skyrocketed during quarantine, it’s also a fandom that’s here to stay.
From Dalgona whipped coffee to the foldable sandwich to the famous one-pan feta pasta, there are always viral recipes popping up on TikTok thanks to its plethora of talented food creators. (Plus all the people who share their re-creations with their own followers.) And