Throw-Together Desserts

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Didn't plan for the dessert? No worries! All you need are a few key ingredients to create a simple, sweet treat on the fly.

2/17/11 Nourishing News Roundup

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This week: standards for sustainable aquaculture, former McDonalds execs team up for better fast food, Whole Foods' new animal welfare rating system, and you still can catch TEDx Manhattan's "Changing the Way We Eat" event online.

Community Supported … Pasture?

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Who says you can't buy local food when it comes to the meat on your plate? Here's how to find a pasture-raised pork loin near you.

Simple Winter Salad for a Nourishing Menu

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Humble winter ingredients inspire a stellar prelude to our nourishing Valentine's Day menu.

Shaved Celeriac, Radish and Pecorino Salad with Pomegranates

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A handful of well-chosen ingredients yields a winter salad that's light and bright yet earthy.

London Calling: British Fare Inspires an American Cook

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Seeking inspiration for simple, seasonal fare? Look across the pond.

Warm Brussels Sprouts Slaw with Bacon

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A handful of flavor-packed ingredients yields a simple yet stellar winter side dish that's perfect with roast beef, pork or fish.

2/10/11 Nourishing News Roundup

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In this week's headlines: How grass-fed beef production can battle global warming; Mark Bittman on the Dietary Guidelines; Barry Estabrook's favorite sustainable shrimp; and more controversy over genetically engineered crops.

Seasonality Out of Season

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If you thought you were out of luck eating seasonally in a cold climate, you'll want to read this. There are more options than you might think.

Cabbage Saute with Shiitakes and Crispy Tofu

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This cabbage dish is essentially a vegetarian mu shu turned sauté. I love it simply served with brown jasmine rice, but you could also pair it with Chinese pancakes or thin flour tortillas.