Throw Together a Farro, Tomato and Chickpea Salad

Try Jenna's recipe for farro

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I recently discovered farro and now I can’t get enough. If you never have tried farro before, it’s a chewy grain that’s cooked like pasta and tastes almost like a wheat berry. I love it because of its simple preparation and endless serving possibilities…like this easy and flavorful salad.

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Three Methods for Preserving Herbs

Preserve your herbs as summer winds down

Preserve your herbs as the summer season winds down. Marc received a table centerpiece made of herbs that a friend brought to a dinner party.

Whether you’ve planted a garden full of herbs or found a great deal on a bundle of herbs at the farmers market, summer is coming to an end, and many of us have more herbs than we know what to do with.

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What’s the Secret for the Best Raspberry Pie?

Discover Jenna's secret ingredient for raspberry pie

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Summer is just about over but there’s still time for one more berry dessert in my opinion!

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Keep It Simple With Pasta al Pomodoro

Try Marc's recipe for Pasta al Pomodoro

Pasta al Pomodoro is by far one of the easiest pastas to make, and yet it is often the most poorly done. With soggy noodles and a watery sauce that’s either too tart or just pain flavorless I tend to stay away from this dish when it shows up on restaurant menus.

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Try Vegetarian Lasagna for Dinner

Make Jenna's recipe for lasagna

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Honestly, I’ve never been a lasagna girl. My mom always made it every year on Christmas Eve but it was never my thing. I’ve always been a fan of stuffed shells, myself.

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Prepare Some Simple Japanese Potato Salad

Japanese Potato Salad

Whether it’s cameras, cars or TVs the Japanese have a tendency to take things invented in other countries and making them their own. This is especially true when it comes to food. Many “Japanese” dishes such as ramen, tempura and tonkatsu are more international in provenance than most menus would have you believe.

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Enjoy Labor Day Weekend with Honey Barbecue Roast Chicken

Roast Chicken

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There’s just something about roast chicken, isn’t there? I mean, the scent alone of a chicken roasting in your oven is enough to bring neighbors over and evoke a sense of comfort and joy in the house.  Every time I roast a chicken, it makes me think of Sundays at my parent’s house growing up. Maybe I’m just from the South, but in my mind church and chicken go hand in hand.

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Discover the Aromas of Shungiku and Maitake Stir-Fry


Shungiku are the leaves of the Garland Chrysanthemum. They have a unique herbal flavor and are widely used all over eastern Asia. While they make a great addition to soups and stews, I love using them in place of spinach because they are similar in color and texture, but have a lot more flavor.

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